I'm trying to imagine a tag with a wider meaning, so I created a table in which I put the different sports more or less competitive, grouping them in some way. For every sport for which there are typical facilities I put the common names with which these are called.
On 8/22/2018 12:22 PM, Greg Troxel wrote: In the US, there are a vast number of places where the public goes (at normal hours), and they are not in fact public rights of way. A typical supermarket or other shopping area has parking lots, and footpaths, etc. In OSM we typically don't have
Martin Koppenhoefer writes: > sent from a phone > >> On 21. Aug 2018, at 19:31, Greg Troxel wrote: >> >> If it's private, then access=yes is arguably not right, as permission is >> granted to the public, vs the public having a right of access. > > > “private” (not the osm key) is about
On 21/08/2018 23:57, Jo wrote: Vehículos de Turismo con Conductor Thanks, Jo. -- Steve --- This email has been checked for viruses by Avast antivirus software. https://www.avast.com/antivirus ___ Tagging mailing list Tagging@openstreetmap.org
sent from a phone > On 21. Aug 2018, at 19:31, Greg Troxel wrote: > > If it's private, then access=yes is arguably not right, as permission is > granted to the public, vs the public having a right of access. “private” (not the osm key) is about private ownership. This doesn’t exclude a
The legal term in British English is Private Hire. Not sure why London has invented its own term but London is like that. I am not aware of any specific tagging as in highway terms they are legally the same as any other private motor vehicle. Fares must be pre-booked and they have no special