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Instead of

destination:lanes=Brussels;Bruxelles|none|...

is it possible (and better) to use

destination:lanes:lang:en=Brussels|none|...

and

destination:lanes:lang:fr=Bruxelles|none|...

Edit: Destination sign is bilingual - local language and transcription similar to English

on the same way?

asked 10 Oct '16, 18:06

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edited 10 Oct '16, 19:13


Taking a quick look at taginfo I don't thing the "lang" part is needed. So I'd do something like

destination:lanes:fr=Bruxelles|none|...
destination:lanes:en=Brussels|none|...

But I believe that the destination:lanes tag should reflect what is on any destination sign, so you would only use the language specific tagging if the sign is multilingual.

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answered 10 Oct '16, 18:31

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