|LINK_ID||Permanent 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.|
|FOUR_WHEEL_DRIVE||Indicates roads which are only suitable for vehicles with four-wheel drive.|
|SCENIC_ROUTE||Link comprise the main route and the spurs leading to a scenic view off the main route.|
|PARKING_LOT_ROAD||Link is internal to a parking lot area.|
|PARKING_AVAILABILITY||Indicates whether general parking is allowed on a link or not.|
This attribute exists only until 2014 Q2.
|PRIORITY_ROAD||Road stretch has signs indicating priority on the road. All traffic has priority over the traffic on the incoming roads.|
|CARPOOL_ROAD||On this, at specific times, all lanes serve as Carpool lane.|
|REVERSIBLE||Link is fully reversible: Traffic changes direction for a specific time frame.|
|EXPRESS_LANE||Link serves as an Express Lane.|
|TRANSITION_AREA||Defines a stretch of road where the number of lanes changes and lane markings are not present on the road surface.|
|EXPANDED_INCLUSION||Identifies links that meet criteria associated with the value published.|
1 : Meets expanded inclusion
10 : Supplemental Geometry
11 : Four-Wheel Drive
12 : Parking Lot Road
13 : In-Process Data
14 : Coverage Expansion
3 : Cemetery
4 : Industrial Complex
5 : Park(City/County)
6 : Lake
7 : Woodland
8 : 2D Building Footprint
9 : Pedestrian Geometry
|DELIVERY_ROAD||Indicates whether the link is part of a road for deliveries.|
|TRUCK_ROAD_TYPE||Identifies the truck road type based on local authority data. Will be published only for certain countries. Nullable. Possible values:|
1 - ET4 (MEX)
2 - ET2 (MEX)
3 - A4 (MEX)
4 - A2 (MEX)
5 - B4 (MEX)
6 - B2 (MEX)
7 - C (MEX)
8 - D (MEX)
|BICYCLE_ACCESS||Bicycle Access indicates if a link is designated for bicycle traversal. It overrides the bicycle access restriction of a controlled access road link. Nullable. Possible values:|
Y - is applied to controlled access roads (including the ramp systems) that legally allow bicycle traversal.
N - is applied to Non-controlled access roads (including the ramp systems) where bicycles are not allowed or pedestrian only paths.
Bicycle Access is not applied to regular road network links that are not designated for bicycles. It is assumed that bicycles are allowed to traverse on these road links.
|BICYCLE_PROTECTION_TYPE||Bicycle Protection Type describes the physical road characteristics for bicycles and how this protects them from regular traffic on a road link. Nullable. Possible values:|
1 - Generic Lane is a lane added to the roadbed adjacent to the lanes for vehicular travel that allows bicycles only.
2 - Protected Lane is a lane that is physically separated from the lanes for vehicular traffic by buffers or barriers.
3 - Sharrow Lane is a lane that has markings placed on the centre or on the side of a lane to indicate that a bicyclist may use the full lane.
4 - Unknown Bicycle Lane Type is published when a bicycle lane exists on a road but the information on protection type is unknown.
|BICYCLE_TRAVEL_DIR_OVERRIDE||Bicycle Travel Direction Override identifies the permitted direction of travel for bicycles when different from that of the road link. Nullable.|
Example: A road with one-way traffic for vehicles allows bicycles to traverse in both directions. In this, case Bicycle Travel Direction Override = B (Both Directions) is published.
B : BOTH DIRECTIONS
F : FROM REFERENCE NODE
T : TO REFERENCE NODE
|SURFACE_TYPE||Surface Type indicates the surface material of a bicycle path or trail. Nullable.|
1 : ASPHALT
10 : LADDER BRIDGE
2 : CHIPSEAL
3 : CONCRETE
4 : GRAVEL
5 : DIRT
6 : SAND
7 : BRICK
8 : ROCK
9 : OTHER
|GENERALISED_BICYCLE_PATH||Generalised Bicycle Path describes a separated bicycle path that is not part of the main road geometry. Values are published when a bicycle path adjacent to the road network exists on any side of the road. Nullable.|
B : BOTH
L : LEFT
R : RIGHT