|traffic_sign = city_limit
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|Status: in use
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traffic_sign=city_limit is a sign that indicates the road is crossing a boundary of the urban area of a city (or town, village, etc.). In many countries, it also indicates where legal restrictions (such as driving speed limits) will implicitly apply. Most city-limit signs are double-sided (beginning of city in one traffic direction, end of city in the other); single-sided versions also exist, typically on ways with oneway=yes.
How to map
direction=* should be specified for double-sided city-limit signs to clarify which traffic direction enters city limits. Set the appropriate value, following the general conventions for traffic signs, for the beginning-of-town side of the sign (except if mapping a city_limit=end sign).
- Not rendered by standard map styles like OSM Carto.