I see gates into the neighborhood with a padlock that says FIRE DEPARTMENT on them. For some reason, I thought we had access=emergency (apparently I was wrong). Is the correct tagging

barrier=gate
access=no
emergency=yes?

asked 26 Apr '11, 00:20

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Reading the wiki, I would agree.

access=no implies that no regular traffic may pass, and emergency=yes makes an exception for emergency vehicles.

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answered 01 May '11, 22:59

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we have some of those rising bollards triggered by buses or emergency service vehicles which need a tag in my area

(02 May '11, 09:10) andy mackey
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@andy: Well, go ahead and tag them :-).

(02 May '11, 12:58) sleske
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