Fw: Log bollard fence tagging

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Fw: Log bollard fence tagging

Reuben
I sent this to the tagging list a month ago and got no response so I am going to forward it here.

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Subject: Log bollard fence tagging

I am just wondering what the best way to tag barriers like this:

It is closest in design to a split rail fence however it is not a linear barrier (you can walk between them), and it doesn't seem right to use to use log bollard.

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Re: Fw: Log bollard fence tagging

Jonathon Rossi
I'd use "barrier=bollard" on a way, it prevents passage by some traffic but not being continuous I wouldn't call it a fence.

Even though it is 3m long I see it a bit like those large concrete temporary bollards (the size of a standard pallet placed by forklift) that are used to block vehicles during big events for the safety of people.

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I sent this to the tagging list a month ago and got no response so I am going to forward it here.

----- Forwarded message -----
Sent: Monday, 1 October 2018, 11:17:26 pm AEST
Subject: Log bollard fence tagging

I am just wondering what the best way to tag barriers like this:

It is closest in design to a split rail fence however it is not a linear barrier (you can walk between them), and it doesn't seem right to use to use log bollard.
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