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Seems in the part of the world I've been focusing on in recent months, a pretty common turn restriction sign will say something like "NO LEFT TURN, 7am-7pm Mon-Sat, EXCEPT TRANSIT BUS". I get how to restrict this to modes other than mass transit, but how do I define the time restriction?

asked 11 Nov '13, 21:54

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The wiki suggests day_on and day_off; though these lack some granularity you might be able to use them. Of more interest may be the section on the discussion page about conditional restrictions, although I suspect nothing will use such tagging.

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answered 11 Nov '13, 22:44

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Additionally to day_on and day_off there is also hour_on and hour_off if you need more granularity. Or just opening_hours as suggested somewhere else at the discussion page. But conditional restrictions allow to specify much complexer conditions.

(12 Nov '13, 07:15) scai ♦
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