|crossing = marked|
|A generic crossing with no traffic-signals of any type, just road markings|
|Used on these elements|
|Status: de facto|
|Tools for this tag|
This tag describes a pedestrian crossing that is marked but not controlled by traffic lights or people.
The type of marking can still be described explicitly with crossing_ref=*
How to map
Tags to use in combination
- tactile_paving=yes/no - Indicates whether a blind or visually impaired pedestrian can detect or follow the feature using a cane
- crossing:island=yes/no - Specifies whether a pedestrian crossing has a refuge island
- crossing_ref=* - Used to reference a specific type of crossing markings
- crossing_ref=zebra - A crossing with zebra markings
- bicycle=yes/no - if the crossing is expressly also to be used by cyclists
- lit=yes/no - Indicates whether a feature is lit.
- kerb=* - Used to indicate height and thus accessibility of a kerb
- crossing:markings=* - The existence and style of pedestrian crossing markings
- wheelchair=* - Indicate if a special place can be used with wheelchairs
This change was reverted in v2.17.0, released Dec 2019, due to ambiguity issues raised by mappers.
OsmAnd draws gray and white stripes along the crossing way and adds a pedestrian pictogram at the crossing node.
Tagging schemes and tag growth evolution
Graphs of different schemes are shown on the following page link:
- crossing=uncontrolled - A generic crossing with no traffic signals of any type, just road markings; e.g., zebra-crossings
- crossing=zebra - A zebra crossing
- Proposal: Proposed_features/crossing=marked
- Bryan Housel: Switch crossing presets to "marked"/"unmarked", retain "zebra" as unsearchable. Github, 2018-10-02 online