In my area, there are two roads interconnected, so it seems crossable, but what happens in reality is that there is some sort of fence, (cement block + chain) at the end of one road.

So you can cross on foot, bicycle but definitely not by car. How should I represent such obstacle ? Does it makes sense to disconnect the roads and add some kind of footway at the end ?

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Thanks, very interesting and relevant, it seems in my case it would rather be a barrier=block.

(23 May '14, 11:46) XavierT

don't forget to add access=no, foot=yes, bicycle=yes

(23 May '14, 15:09) escada
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