|hazard = turns|
|A section of road that turns sharply two times, in opposite directions|
|Used on these elements|
|Tools for this tag|
A reverse turn hazard is a section of road that turns sharply two times in opposite directions, presenting a hazard to motorists. Turns present a hazard of obscured visibility of oncoming traffic as well as a short turning radius. This tagging is applied to roads that are signed for dangerous turns and should not be applied indiscriminately to roads merely because they have a turn.
How to Map
Tagging can be applied to the section of road with the turns or the location of the signage:
- Place a node at the location of the turn hazard traffic sign, tagged traffic_sign=hazard (or code) + hazard=turn.
- Tag a node along a highway=* way at the location of the sign
- Tag the section of highway=* where the reverse turn hazard is present.
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