If no one has the answer to hand, it might be laborious to infer it from 
OsmAnd's rendering .xml files. But you could just go to each type of road 
on openstreetmap itself https://www.openstreetmap.org and click on them 
with the "Query features" tool (the arrow and question mark button at the 
bottom of the tools on the right edge). A panel of results will open on the 
left; hover your mouse over each of the "Nearby features" and they will 
highlight on the map. Click on the correct one and you will see all of the 
information that openstreetmap has about it. It should be easy to work out 
what you want to know.  

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