[OSRM-talk] Per-Direction Node Restrictions
hofmann at mapbox.com
Tue Sep 27 10:11:36 UTC 2016
When you say "should be avoided" you mean completely discarding a way going
over a specific node in a single direction?
In that case, we support turn restrictions in the form of
`fromWay,viaNode,toWay` you could try.
As in: `no_turn, fromResidential, viaHighwayNode, toResidential`
(Relevant: via-way restrictions:
Daniel J H
On Sat, Sep 24, 2016 at 6:16 PM, Spencer Gardner <spencergardner at gmail.com>
> Is there currently a way to treat a node differently based on the way that
> is used to access it? I think what I'm after is something similar to the
> discussion here:
> My issue is specific to bicycle routing, though. There are instances where
> a node should be avoided on a residential highway because it crosses a high
> speed or heavily traveled primary highway. However, the same node is an
> acceptable crossing for a cyclist traveling along the primary highway since
> they have the right of way.
> Is this possible currently? It doesn't seem like the existing bicycle
> profile accounts for it.
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