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Two routers I tried (OSRM, ORS) did not route on the highway=service line 178383235 https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/178383235 despite it is public. Do they avoid maxheight and maxweight highways?

asked 13 Oct '19, 06:11

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edited 13 Oct '19, 10:32

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I suspect the routers don't want to route over the lift gate down the road which has no access tag allowing passage. Since your service road is oneway it would be a dead end and the routers could have excluded it from the routing graph.

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answered 13 Oct '19, 17:38

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