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#1 2022-03-31 20:48:21

geos567
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track-tagging - values

https://www.imagenetz.de/kFFuH

how do you generally tag such a path?
I come from M-Eu and am not sure about customs in the south - although it is of course no national or geographic topic but a technical topic and therefor is a wiki ...
thx for response,

best, g

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#2 2022-04-01 19:36:23

geos567
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Re: track-tagging - values

Actually, I think I've got it now: you don't just go by structure & condition, but also by use: for abutters/residences and connections hightway=unclassified and for agriculture only hightway=track, track=grade3, or so.

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#3 2022-04-03 09:51:31

Map-Finder
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Re: track-tagging - values

This shown on the pic may be only tagged as "Highway track" since motorized vehicles can use it.

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#4 2022-04-04 03:38:16

jimkats
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Re: track-tagging - values

Plus the track grade, wherever possible. I think some services utilize this tag aswell

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#5 2022-04-07 10:18:21

ika-chan!
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Re: track-tagging - values

Regarding the example image:

If it leads to a property from a residential or higher road:

highway=unclassified, lanes=1, oneway=no, surface=ground, smoothness=bad

Otherwise:

highway=track, tracktype=grade2, surface=ground, smoothness=bad


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