I have set up a local GraphHopper installation as part of the backend used in my project. However, when I do some routing tests it does not give me expected results avoiding bicycle=no.

Here's an example:
My site (wrong) Demo site (right)

The tunnel used in my local installation is marked with bicycle=no and I am using up-to-date Metro extract. I am running the latest unstable branch pulled freshly from github just today.

How should I configure my server in order to make it correctly?

asked 01 Apr '15, 16:09

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I would recommend to ask this special question maybe on the graphhopper mailing list (unless a solution will be posted here) where its developer is present:

https://graphhopper.com/#community

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answered 01 Apr '15, 17:16

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I have found that the data source has mistake and I have replace it. Now the problem has been fixed.

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