Access only for destination & psv one way, all car traffic the other way, how to indicate?

 0 Hello, I know a road near me, which is only for destination traffic & psv in one direction, but open to all car traffic in the other direction because it is an exit from a car park. How do I indicate this on the map? At present the road is marked with access=destination and psv=yes, which does not allow exit from the car park that way. It's about the western part of Keetmolenweg, Ede, Netherlands (west of the junction with the car park). asked 26 Apr '15, 23:38 AlbertP 11●1●1●2 accept rate: 0% this https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/6952921 street part? (27 Apr '15, 00:13) aseerel4c26 ♦ Yes, that street part. (27 Apr '15, 09:36) AlbertP

 0 The problem with your solutions is the destination traffic, I think. People whose destination is on the street, may drive in eastern direction (they don't have to go through the car park to their home). For now I have made it a one-way road in western direction with oneway:conditional=no @ destination (and oneway:bicycle=no, oneway:psv=no of course), does that seem about right? I think the solutions you proposed don't allow the destination traffic to go into the street in eastern direction. answered 27 Apr '15, 09:14 AlbertP 11●1●1●2 accept rate: 0% 1 @AlbertP: Yes, I think your additional tag `oneway:conditional=no @ destination` is right. Maybe even the simpler `oneway:destination=no` would be reasonable (we currently have this tag about 40 times), although this does not fit into the conditional restrictions syntax. (27 Apr '15, 13:15) aseerel4c26 ♦
 1 Let me show an example I've mapped: no vehicles except PSV and bicycles are permitted to enter the road https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/37670256 at its southern end. I have created three turn restriction relations to map this. See the relations of which the node at the southern end https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/114359685 is a member ("via" role). Or see http://map.comlu.com/?zoom=19&lat=50.026238&lon=8.790454&layer=OSM%20Standard&overlays=TTT (click the number at that location and then hover over the restriction icons) Possibly the same would be possible with direction-based access tags for a split-off(!) southern part of my example road: `vehicle:backward = no` `bicycle:backward = yes` `psv:backward = yes` For your road, if there are oneway signs, you could use something like (plus check that the way's direction is as needed): `oneway=yes` `oneway:bicycle=no` `oneway:psv=no` I hope this second part is right … those tags are not really used often (around 100–300 each). I am not really sure which mapping method is better (suited). answered 27 Apr '15, 00:11 aseerel4c26 ♦ 32.6k●18●248●554 accept rate: 18% @AlbertP: yes, sorry, I missed the "destination" allowance. (27 Apr '15, 13:10) aseerel4c26 ♦
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