See the screenshot (arrow added by me, this is at 45.413357,-75.668271). This is a cyclepath that merges into the bridge, and the bridge does have a cycleway tag, but I'm not sure this would be acceptable for a trip planner.

I'm not sure also that I should connect them, so I'm asking that here first.

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Is this some sort of bus or tram system bridge that also has a couple footpaths or cycle ways each side of it?

(20 Feb '13, 22:38) andy mackey

Yes, exactly

(20 Feb '13, 22:39) gcamp

Hi Gcamp, I would tag them as separated paths aside the main- or busway, if the cycleways are seperated from the busses. If not and the bicycles have to join with the busses just connect the paths to the mainway. Greetz

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