For shops that offer pick-up service where they send someone out to your car, is there a consensus on how to map the area? I found parking_space=pickup, but I don't want to individually micromap every space (especially since some stores add and remove spaces based on shopping seasons and covid waves), just tag where to go if you're trying to pick up your groceries.

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takeaway:motor_vehicle=yes???

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That doesn't really explain that this is a curbside pickup location. Also restricting it to motor vehicles sounds wrong. I would expect curbside pickup to also work for cyclists and pedestrians.

(26 Jan, 09:00) scai ♦

Oh sorry I misunderstood the question. Thought it's asking about how to show a shop provides a kerb-side pickup.

One can simply add a =parking_space + capacity= to represent the entirety. parking_space=pickup is likely a synonym with passenger pick-up. Use takeaway=yes. But then =parking_space doesn't usually includes, so you have to add bicycle=yes.

I doubt pedestrian is fully relevant here. It's common for take-aways to be transferred outside a restaurant.

(26 Jan, 10:02) Kovoschiz
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