I have added an express toll lane (which is a type of managed lane) to Loop 1 in Austin between RM 2222 and FM 734 as shown here: small area just north of RM 2222. I was wondering what the proper tagging would be. Here are the following tags I have added. I divided the lane from the rest of the freeway because there is a barrier between the lane and the rest of highway with access points.
Picture of lane entrance
highway = construction (lane will open later in July)
construction = motorway
hgv = no (trucks and trailers are prohibited)
lanes = 1
lit = yes
name = Express 1 Toll
oneway = yes
ref = Express 1
surface = asphalt
toll = yes

asked 04 Jul '16, 00:24

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edited 04 Jul '16, 00:26


Looks like you already nailed it. I'd probably leave the name off, though.

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answered 04 Jul '16, 05:42

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Thanks. I'll go ahead and add the rest of the project in the coming months when they get completed.

(04 Jul '16, 14:27) Longhorn256

If this is a toll way there must be a toll bridge or toll gantry. I would add a node where this feature is indicating also the method of payment.

You can use the following preset to do this easily.

https://josm.openstreetmap.de/josmfile?page=Presets/Toll_Infrastructure&zip=1

manuel.

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