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Yes, because cycleways may be used by horses and by pedestrians, if
nothing else is signaled. I may be wrong, but for all cycleways I have
seen it applies, that pedestrians and horses were allowed.
No would mean, that generally pedestrians and horses are not allowed on
cycleways, which is not the case, or am I missing something?
Stéphane Brunner wrote:
> For example on cycleway you change foot and horse to yes, and so one, is
> there any reason of that ?
> datendelphin a écrit :
> > Hello
> > I made some changes to the Wiki site. Here my reasoning:
> > Trunk roads and motorways should be the same for access
> > restrictions/routing. They differ only in irrelevant points. The most
> > prominent being that the lanes must not be separated physically with a
> > railing. For routing, you probably will never have a trunk road and a
> > motorway side by side anyway, that this precedence would be relevant.
> > Then for Bridleway and cycleway, use of those two types for
> > bicycle/horse and foot is not prohibited. Only one rule applies (but
> > thats already clear I think) That if there is for example a cycleway,
> > cyclists have to use it. But that is clear with the designation already.
> > For foot ways, things are not so clear. I think, usually ways which have
> > a ban of driving sign (the red circle, white center sign) are tagged as
> > foot ways. But this sign specifically does not hold for horses, see:
> > http://www.admin.ch/ch/d/sr/741_21/a2.html [de]
> > http://www.admin.ch/ch/f/rs/741_21/a2.html [fr]
> > But it really depends on what is tagged as a foot way, and I think that
> > is still a huge mess. Still I think it is safe to assume that horses are
> > allowed.
> > Feel free to revert things where you do not agree with my arguments.
> > datendelphin
> > Stéphane Brunner wrote:
> >> Hello !
> >> I just add the Switzerland in the Access-Restrictions page,
> >> If there is a mistake please correct it.
> >> CU
> >> Stéph
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