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there is a Parking spot for Taxi and ambulance, it's intended for both, and clearly say so, it's painted spot.

I marked it like this: amenity=Taxi, ambulance capacity==1 name=Taxi og Ambulanse name:en=Taxi and Ambulanse

is this correct? or should I change it? is there a feature coming for this type stop?

asked 17 Mar '20, 02:16

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  1. amenity=taxi manes a taxi stand. Multi-value should be separated by a colon ;, and yet there is not really amenity=ambulance. You should use amenity=parking_space with firstly taxi=yes. There's ambulance=yes at 2-digit use, but motor_vehicle:conditional=yes @ (ambulance) would be more general (there are many ambulance vehicle types) and meaningful (same issue with emergency= as a legal access restriction - would it be built specifically to receive ambulance as a facility, more than about ambulance use only?).
  2. Don't tag these as name=. Use description=.
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answered 17 Mar '20, 05:01

Kovoschiz's gravatar image

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edited 17 Mar '20, 05:25

Thx, I fixed it.

(17 Mar '20, 07:10) mtbboy1993

Very sorry, I forgot to mention you should use vehicle=no to forbid all other vehicles.

(17 Mar '20, 07:55) Kovoschiz
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