I would like to know the best practice on how to tag a street sign that is non-traffic related. For instance a multi use large street sign with the multiple names of businesses on it. A single use sign with some general information that is not specific to any destination. Thanks

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How about advertising=sign if it's just related to businesses? Also tourism=information with subtags might be a idea, if it's more related to general aspects.

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