Is it possible to set up a rule, that would allow you to cross the road, in any place within the area of Home Zone? In Europe Home Zone allow pedestrian traffic in any places (without marked pedestrian crossing). Is it supported by any routing algoritm ?

asked 18 Jun '19, 10:29

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Standard routing on highways without separately mapped sidewalks (en-gb pavements) will always allow this, for any road class which would default to allowing pedestrians. Once sidewalks have been introduced the routing possibilities will largely be restricted to mapped crossings (which is a major disadvantage in jurisdictions where there are no '''legal''' restrictions as to pedestrian access to roads (e.g., the UK).

In other words for Home Zones (usually mapped as highway=living_street) avoid mapping the sidewalks as separate ways.

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answered 18 Jun '19, 11:17

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