Layer SPEED_LIMITS_FC2

Posted and derived legal speed limits. Derived speed limits can be from inside/outside urban areas, route type etc. Columns can be NULLABLE.Please be aware that 3-4 different layer need to be evaluated to determine the actual link speedlimit: SPEED_LIMITS_FCx (general speed limits), SPEED_LIMITS_VAR_FCx (variable speed limits), SPEED_LIMITS_COND_FCx (conditional speed limits) and TRUCK_SPEED_LIMITS_FCx (in case of vehicle is a truck). The lowest speedlimit on a link is the legal one.
Level for tile requests: 10
Example tile requests: json txt
AttributeDescription
LINK_IDPermanent link ID. Positive 64 bit Integer that globally identifies the road, carto or building footprint link, also across map releases. Link IDs are never reused.
FROM_REF_SPEED_LIMITSpeed limits when driving from reference node in KPH. 998 = undefined (e.g. certain motorway ramps), being gradually replaced by the most probable values. 999 = unlimited (e.g. German motorways).
TO_REF_SPEED_LIMITSpeed limits when driving towards reference node in KPH. 998 = undefined (e.g. certain motorway ramps), being gradually replaced by the most probable values. 999 = unlimited (e.g. German motorways).
SPEED_LIMIT_SOURCESpeed Limit Source is a generalized identification of the source of the From/To Speed Limit information.
1: Posted, 2: Derived.
SPEED_LIMIT_UNITUnit in which speed limits are posted in the country, e.g. K = kilometer, M = miles per hour.