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Ogle County IL White Pines State Park Ford
Description
A point where a path or road crosses a river or stream which is at times covered by shallow water.
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesmay be used on waysshould not be used on areasuse on relations unspecified
Wikidata
Status: abandoned

Consider using ford=* instead: as this provides a more consistent approach and avoids the problem of how to tag a ford which is a way (when there is a conflict with the need for other highway tags on the same way).

Used to tag a point where a path or road crosses a river or stream which is at times covered by shallow water.

How to map

For narrow watercourses add a node tagged with highway=ford at the point where the highway intersects with the waterway. For places where a path crosses a wider river, which will often be tagged with waterway=riverbank or for a place where a path or road crosses a wider length of sea then tag the relevant section of highway with ford=yes as well as with the appropriate highway=footway/unclassified etc tag for the highway classification.

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