User:Cmuelle8/Bicycle oneway scratchpad

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bicycle oneway scratchpad
Status: Proposals with undefined or invalid status (inactive)
Proposed by: cmuelle8
Tagging: cycleway:*:oneway=*
Applies to: way
Definition: scratchpad to discuss and/or clarify oneway related tags and feature interpretation
Rendered as: n/a

OSM differs between cycle lanes and cycle tracks. A cycle lane lies within the roadway itself (on-road), whereas a cycle track is separate from the road (off-road). Tracks are typically separated from the road by e.g. curbs, parking lots, grass verges, trees, etc. For general information see Bicycle.

The tag sets given below

  • assume a consistent interpretation of all oneway related tags, unaffixed or not.
  • are interpreted solely based on the direction of the osm way which is given by the order of its node list.
  • refer to the left side location of a subject walking forward from first to last way node, for :left suffixed keys
  • .. and respectively to the right side location for :right suffixed keys

Cycle lanes in bidirectional motor car roads

A lane marked on a portion of a carriageway (UK), roadway or shoulder (USA), designated for cyclist use.

L1a L1b L2
Cycle lanes left right.svg
Cycle lanes both right.svg
Cycle lanes right only.svg
Way A.png
Way A.png
Way A.png

cycleway:left=lane
cycleway:right=lane
cycleway:left:oneway=-1 (implied?)
cycleway:right:oneway=1 (implied?)

cycleway:right=lane
cycleway:right:oneway=no

cycleway:right=lane
cycleway:right:oneway=1 (implied?)
(nb: bikes can use the normal highway on the left side)

Cycle lanes in oneway motor car roads

Way A and if present Way B all have oneway=yes in common for M1..M5 cases.

M1 M2a M2b M2c M2d
Oneway cycle lane left right.svg
Oneway cycle lane right only.svg
Oneway cycle lane left only.svg
Cycle lanes oneway middle.png
Cycle lanes both left.svg
Way A.png
Way A.png
Way A.png
Way A.png
Way A.png

cycleway:left=lane
cycleway:right=lane
cycleway:left:oneway=-1 (implied?)
cycleway:right:oneway=1 (implied?)

cycleway:right=lane
cycleway:right:oneway=1 (implied?)

cycleway:left=lane
cycleway:left:oneway=1 (implied?)

??

cycleway:left=lane
cycleway:left:oneway=no

M3a M3b M4 M5
Oneway cycle opposite lane left.svg
Oneway cycle opposite lane right.svg
Separate car lanes cycle lanes left right.svg
Separate car lanes cycle lanes right only.svg
Way A.png
Way A.png
Way A Bdown2.png
Way A Bdown2.png

cycleway:left=lane
cycleway:left:oneway=-1

cycleway:right=lane
cycleway:right:oneway=-1

Way A : same as M2a
Way B : same as M2a

Way A : same as M2a

Cycle tracks

Road (UK) or path (USA, Canada) dedicated to cyclists on separate right of way.
All Way A's have bicycle=use_sidepath in common if that applies within the jurisdiction of the object mapped for T1..T4 cases.

T1 T2 T3 T4
Cycle tracks left right.svg
Cycle tracks both right.svg
Cycle tracks cars-one-way cycle-two-way right.svg
Cycle track oneway right.svg
Way A B Cdown.png
Way A B.png
Way A B.png
Way A B.png
Way B : highway=cycleway + oneway=yes
Way C : highway=cycleway + oneway=yes
Way B : highway=cycleway + oneway=no Way B : highway=cycleway + oneway=no Way B : highway=cycleway + oneway=yes
Way A.png
Way A.png
Way A.png
Way A.png

cycleway:left=track
cycleway:right=track
cycleway:left:oneway=-1 (implied?)
cycleway:right:oneway=1 (implied?)

cycleway:left=no (implied?)
cycleway:right=track
cycleway:right:oneway=no

cycleway:left=no (implied?)
cycleway:right=track
cycleway:right:oneway=no

cycleway:left=no (implied?)
cycleway:right=track
cycleway:right:oneway=1 (implied?)
(nb: bikes can use the normal highway on the left side)