I am in the process of making a routing engine. I want to know, is it possible for a road segment in osm data (that is accessible from pedestrians) to only be walkable from one way ? Or should I take from granted that every single road segment is double-way ?

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answered 27 May '16, 17:40

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Actually, look at this osm routing query. GraphHopper routing engine registered this edge as double way...

(27 May '16, 17:49) shiro900

Here's an overpass query that shows that it's not too common:


Some routing engines will get things wrong; Graphhopper clearly has here. Some of the examples are a bit "open to interpretation", such as:


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