[OSRM-talk] How to change the routes so that it is not illegal

Natfoot natfoot at gmail.com
Mon Oct 28 18:15:40 UTC 2013

Thanks for the quick replies.
In Edmonds, WA the Washington State Ferry System has a dock. This Dock is
separated by a public road from the waiting lines and the toll booths. It
is required for people getting on the ferry docks to go through the toll
booths.  this almost means that you have to start the ferry routing at the
toll booths and not at the end of the dock.   That would be one way to make
it work even though there are more roads.

Best Regards,

On Mon, Oct 28, 2013 at 10:51 AM, Lester Caine <lester at lsces.co.uk> wrote:

> Natfoot wrote:
>> Unfortunately I am way beyond that at over 3,000 edits. If I can get
>> directions
>> or guidance towards editing routes that would be great.
> It depends on what you are trying to correct?
> The usual problem I have is missing 'obstructions' such as 'bus access
> only' or we have just added a temporary blockage to a few roads and a
> removal of one way while one of the local bridges is closed.
> It's normally obvious what is wrong, but the router software does not
> necessarilly recognise some of these fine details so one has to be a bit
> more brutal to adjust routing.
> That said ... I've still not managed to get a number of the routing
> packages to actually USE the preferred local routes as they are 'tertiary'
> by classification, but the same quality as the adjacent 'A' roads which
> provide a 5 mile detour :(
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