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I'm trying to tag a section of road as one-way, but only for bicycles.

Washington Ave, between its northern end (where it turns into I295 on/off ramps) and the intersection with Eastern Promenade is one-way south only for bicycles. I can't figure out how to properly mark this.


asked 01 Apr '21, 18:19

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And I also have the opposite question. Nevens St between Concord St and Saunders St is 2-ways for bicycles, and 1-way for vehicles.


(01 Apr '21, 19:08) scotteaton92


"but only for bicycles."


This give oneway direction for bicycles.



This give two way direction for bicycles, when oneway=yes is set.

Look at the drawing direction of the wayline. oneway=yes is the forward direction, oneway:bicycle=yes is also forward direction.

There is also oneway:mofa and oneway:moped possible.

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answered 01 Apr '21, 20:50

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edited 01 Apr '21, 20:52

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