[talk-ch] routing.osm.ch is routing via a motor_vehicle=delivery
gerzim at bluewin.ch
Tue Apr 12 14:16:15 CEST 2016
Du schreibst: Well delivery and destination is kind of the same, isn't it?
Das Problem ist, dass es in JOSM unter der Vorlagengruppe Strassen / Strassenbeschränkungen /Alle Fahrzeuge, zwei Auswahlmöglichkeiten hat: Anlieger frei und Lieferverkehr frei.
Bei der häufig anzutreffenden Zusatztafel „Zubringerdienst gestattet“ wird daher eher Lieferverkehr frei (delivery) ausgewählt.
Von: talk-ch [mailto:talk-ch-bounces at openstreetmap.ch] Im Auftrag von michael spreng
Gesendet: Montag, 11. April 2016 21:56
An: talk-ch at openstreetmap.ch
Betreff: Re: [talk-ch] routing.osm.ch is routing via a motor_vehicle=delivery
On 11/04/16 11:17, Fred Jelk wrote:
I can't find something about motor_vehicle=delivery in your link. I've just found something about motor_vehicle=destination. And this is solved.
Well delivery and destination is kind of the same, isn't it? I mean in both cases you can use the street if your start or end is on that street, but not otherwise (from the perspective of the router, at least)
And I think, the problem with motor_vehicle=delivery is also solved in osrm... Have a look at my postet link: http://map.project-osrm.org/?z=15 <http://map.project-osrm.org/?z=15¢er=46.895349%2C7.491045&loc=46.887827%2C7.496345&loc=46.881154%2C7.482033&hl=en&alt=0> ¢er=46.895349%2C7.491045&loc=46.887827%2C7.496345&loc=46.881154%2C7.482033&hl=en&alt=0
There its routing correct. Its just in routing.osm.ch where its wrong.
I don't think it is solved. Look at what happens if I put the start or the end inside the "delivery" zone:
http://map.project-osrm.org/?z=18 <http://map.project-osrm.org/?z=18¢er=46.886646%2C7.495382&loc=46.886580%2C7.495240&loc=46.881154%2C7.482033&hl=en&alt=0> ¢er=46.886646%2C7.495382&loc=46.886580%2C7.495240&loc=46.881154%2C7.482033&hl=en&alt=0
So in contrast to what routing.osm.ch currently is doing (ignoring it), it just blocks it like a "motor_vehicle=no". But I think I will do the same on routing.osm.ch (blocking it like no), because it is less confusing until this feature is implemented.
On issue 156 a hack is mentioned to be able to at least start or end on such roads. If someone has time we could try that on routing.osm.ch, but it still would not be a perfect solution.
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