[OSM-talk] Swedish maps that lye...
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Fri Apr 7 18:28:16 BST 2006
On Friday 07 Apr 2006 14:59, Etienne Cherdlu wrote:
> The Map Features scheme at
> http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/index.php/Map_Features accommodates this
> Possible values for Transport Mode keys:
> 1. public (The public have right of access)
> 2. private (The public do not have right of access)
> 3. permissive (The owner gives permission for access)
> 4. unknown (The access conditions are unknown or unclear)
> 5. no (Access by this transport mode not permitted or unsuitable)
This is fine for hard limits on what can and can't go on a road, but I was
wondering whether some kind of metric could be applied so that a routefinding
algorithm could do some magical weighting to choose to use the road only if
it is the most sane choice. I.E. If you're doing a trip from effectively one
end of the road to another it won't route you 30 miles around it just because
the road has been marked inappropriate.
ps- I should indeed read the wiki more.
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