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Is it possible to add a tag for wooden pedestrian ways, as they are found in wetlands (walking routes through fi Yellowstone park) and city parks? And how to tag a way covered with wooden chips used like gravel?

asked 29 May '12, 00:52

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edited 27 Jan '16, 20:48

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(29 May '12, 10:15) SomeoneElse ♦

Hi SomeoneEls, No its just looks like it. Woodchips are nt likely to form a solid plank bridge ! Ill have a look if you try. But ill look at gnurks hint for the surface and thanks very friendly for your reaction.

(29 May '12, 12:23) Hendrikklaas

Thanks guys with excuse it was figured out already, sorry for the trouble. Im not used to follow WIKI but just the menus, Ill follow WIKI more closely.

(29 May '12, 12:29) Hendrikklaas

There is at least a surface=wood tag described in http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Surface

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answered 29 May '12, 00:56

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(re the wooden chips) Taginfo shows a list of values used for surface here. It's not used much, but perhaps "surface=woodchips"?

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answered 29 May '12, 12:33

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