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How should a street that is one-way for general traffic, but two way in its construction and for public transportation?

or a recent question from czech forum How to tag road that has toll for vehicles exceeding certain size (3,5t) and free for passenger cars?

asked 11 Aug '11, 17:05

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Please take a look at our Wiki, there are pages for the oneway and vehicle tag. For tagging the oneway restriction you can use oneway=yes in combination with psv:backward=yes or bus:backward=yes whichever is correct in your case. For similar tags check the road signs page which is available in several languages.

There are also toll and maxweight tags but there is no hint on how to combine them. According to tagstat there are use cases like toll:hgv.

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answered 11 Aug '11, 17:13

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edited 11 Aug '11, 17:19

Might start new questions about your maxweight and toll confusion.

(11 Aug '11, 23:54) Baloo Uriza

Have a look at Oneway in the wiki ... there are some tags like oneway:bicycle=no

Maybe you can adapt that to public transport.

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answered 11 Aug '11, 17:16

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