Suggestions wanted on preferred tag for the line of stacked tyres forming a barrier around a motor racing track. The barrier tags don't seem to offer a solution.

asked 08 Oct '14, 11:46

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Barrier=wall, material=tyres has been used in a couple places Overpass Turbo link

A couple others have tagged barrier=tires Overpass Turbo link. That also seems OK, except for the American "tire" vs. British "tyre" spelling.

You might also consider putting something about this on the highway=raceway wiki page, as that is usually the context these will be used in.

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answered 08 Oct '14, 15:29

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I would tag it as barrier=wall. You mention it being a tyre wall yourself in your question. Sure, they're usually made of brick, concrete or stone, but the material doesn't really matter.

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answered 08 Oct '14, 14:41

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Stereo, it does matter if there’s a collision, just add material=tyres like neuhauser said, there more safety barriers with different materials used with of by sports with high velocities.

(08 Oct '14, 20:55) Hendrikklaas
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