[OSRM-talk] Island hopping
rudolf.mayer at gmail.com
Tue Oct 14 11:51:07 UTC 2014
On 2014-10-14 21:45, Zenon Panoussis wrote:
>> How can you detect whether there is an intersection at sea or in
>> the harbour?
> If it is an intersection between route=ferry and route=ferry,
> it is almost certainly at sea. The only possible exception is
> on the port quay itself, but there you should also have an
> intersection between route=ferry and natural=coastline. Hence
> the proper logic would be something like
I guess the question is - should there be an *intersection* in the data?
- if ferry routes cross each other on the sea, very likely not
- if some routes have the first part of a section similar to each other
(e.g. they all leave the port in the same way...), then this could be
seen as a likely mapping approach, not really a bug in the data.
==> I guess this is similar to e.g. tram lines sharing the same way for
some of their route. So I guess along that thought, OSRM (and other
routers?) should consider changing between ferry routes only at ferry
terminals, that would render all on-sea changes invalid anyhow.
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