Hi !

I have a traffic_sign which describe:

  • No left_turn for hgv
  • except for delivery. (in french, sauf livraisons)

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My relation start with these tags: type=restriction restriction:hgv=no_left_turn

Perhaps i should add restriction:hgv:conditional=none @ delivery

What is your opinion about this ?

asked 29 Jun '16, 14:10

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edited 29 Jun '16, 14:24

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don't know the situation, but wouldn't it be easier to map the restriction on the street? of course this is only possible when the same restriction holds for traffic coming from any side.

(29 Jun '16, 15:21) escada

In this case, you're right, it's easier and valid (there is a turn restriction for the backward traffic). On the highway i've added: - hgv=no - hgv:conditional=yes @ delivery

But I'm still curious to know how to map it when there is only one side with this restriction.

(29 Jun '16, 15:29) StephaneP

If you want to tag that then the solution is indeed what you wrote, supported by the wiki page Conditional_restrictions

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answered 07 Jul '16, 14:32

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