It is a rest area for bicycle-people only. Maybe it is a spesific tag I can use?

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I've never heard of a rest stop like this, could you provide more info on its physical features, and its surroundings?

Would adding access tags (access=no, bicycle=yes) to the roads and/or paths servicing it be a useful approach?

(02 Jul '17, 18:47) keithonearth
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Thorwald do you have or can you provide a picture or link, the way you could reach the site could be the key ? Are there signs with that rule in the area ?

(02 Jul '17, 19:14) Hendrikklaas
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something like this ? http://www.djwriter.com/cycling/az2001/photos/MesaBikeRest.jpg, I guess it can be used by pedestrians as well and it might be better to map it like rorym describes, mapping all the individual parts separately

(03 Jul '17, 15:17) escada

I don't know if there is a tag for this, I've never heard of this specific feature. At a minimum you could tag things that are there. Is there a little service road off the main road? Map that. Are there benches? Map those. Water fountains? Map them. Bicycle parking facilities? Map it. etc. etc.

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answered 03 Jul '17, 14:47

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I tag such features as highway=rest_area bicycle=designated

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