Tag:barrier=sump_buster

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Public-images-osm logo.svg barrier = sump_buster
SumpBuster.jpg
Description
A barrier to stop cars (two tracked vehicles with less than a certain ground clearance and width between tracks). Edit
Group: Barriers
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesshould not be used on waysshould not be used on areasshould not be used on relations
Wikidata
Status: in use

A sump buster is a low concrete slab or steel structure intended to stop passing of cars and other two tracked vehicles with less than a certain ground clearance and width between tracks. The vehicle will either be stopped by some low hanging part of the car hitting the block or by damaging the sump (oil pan) of the vehicle.

Ambulances, fire trucks, garbage trucks and other public service vehicles are often large enough to pass without problem.

Sometimes accompanied with signage that further restricts who can legally pass.

How to map

Simply add the tag barrier=sump_buster to the node where it is located.

As always, do not place the barrier at a junction, but at a node on the branching way where the barrier actually is.

Used with

mintrackwidth=*[1] and/or minclearance=*[2] Discuss!

Photos

Possible Rendering

Barrier sump buster.svg suggested by User:Chrisana13

See also

References