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Is it possible to tag a road with no stopping / parking allowed?

asked 03 Dec '20, 22:01

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parking:lane=* has values no_parking and no_stopping.

edit: As Kovoschiz pointed out. It needs to be parking:lane:both=*, parking:lane:left=* or parking:lane:right=* depending on local situation.

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answered 03 Dec '20, 22:13

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edited 06 Dec '20, 21:56

To be precise, it would be parking:lane:both=no_stopping.

For stats, https://taginfo.openstreetmap.org/compare/parking:lane:both=no_stopping/parking:lane:left=no_stopping/parking:lane:right=no_stopping/ combined has 53648 instances.

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answered 04 Dec '20, 11:08

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edited 04 Dec '20, 11:16

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