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 ==== Temporary or Conditional Access Restrictions ==== ==== Temporary or Conditional Access Restrictions ====
  
-These can include road closures on the weekend, in the winter, at night, or for a certain period of time. This also includes construction sites shorter than 6 months. Tagging conditional access restrictions,​ might look a bit complicated at first, but don't worry, it's not that complicated,​ we will show you a couple of the common examples and should be easy to extend it for your specific case.+These can include road closures on the weekend, in the winter, at night, or for a certain period of time. This also includes construction sites shorter than 6 months. Tagging conditional access restrictions,​ might look a bit complicated at first, but don't worry, it's not that complicated,​ we will show you a couple of the common examples and it should be easy to extend it for your specific case.
  
 Road that is closed for motorcycles on the weekend: ''​motorcycle:​conditional=no @ (Sa,​Su,​PH)''​\\ Road that is closed for motorcycles on the weekend: ''​motorcycle:​conditional=no @ (Sa,​Su,​PH)''​\\
 Road that is closed for some time, like a construction site: ''​motor_vehicle:​conditional=no @ (2018 May 22-2018 Oct 7)''​\\ Road that is closed for some time, like a construction site: ''​motor_vehicle:​conditional=no @ (2018 May 22-2018 Oct 7)''​\\
 Road that is closed every year, for example in winter:\\ Road that is closed every year, for example in winter:\\
-The fast and generic option is to use ''​access:​conditional=no @ winter''​\\+The fast and generic option is to use ''​access:​conditional=no @ winter''​. For many roads there is no fixed date, usually the road will be closed with the first snow and opened once the snow as removed in spring, so tagging no @ winter is not the worst option, but there is no way to automatically evaluate this.\\
 Some roads usually have close from a certain month to another month, so you could use ''​access:​conditional=no @ (Nov-Mar)''​ for roads that are usually close from November to March. Some roads usually have close from a certain month to another month, so you could use ''​access:​conditional=no @ (Nov-Mar)''​ for roads that are usually close from November to March.
  
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