Hello, there.

How should I map destination signs applicable to bicycles and pedestrians? destination:foot=* and destination:bicycle=*? Other tags? I could use destination=*, of course, but I already encountered junctions where the road to be followed for a destination was different, depending on whether you were driving or biking, so I assume I should map the difference.

Awaiting your answers,

Regards.

asked 21 Jul, 13:40

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I don't know of any established way of doing this but your proposal with destination:foot= sounds reasonable. To assure compatibility for applications that don't understand the suffixed tages I would still use the plain destination= tag and include all destinations there as well.

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