Hi,

I've marked a route as closed (access:conditional) (Link) , but unfortunately it's still available.

Could someone explain to me what's the problem

asked 29 Aug, 09:51

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  1. What do you mean "available"? Many maps only render access=. Routers may not support *:conditional=.
  2. Short term construction works not lasting more than a few months are not represented, to cater for varying data update frequency in applications. *:conditional= vs temporary:*= was mentioned in a similar question https://help.openstreetmap.org/questions/81353/how-to-add-construction-with-conditional-access last week.
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answered 29 Aug, 10:53

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edited 29 Aug, 11:05

I mean if I try to calculate a route from Point A to Point B (with OSM) - it still navigates me over the "closed road".

Your answer has solved my problem - I don't get the meaning in not representing short term constructions, but I think I have to deal with it.

Thanks

(29 Aug, 11:05) Ravira43
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OSRM (from https://github.com/Project-OSRM/osrm-backend/issues/4231 to https://github.com/Project-OSRM/osrm-backend/issues/5801) doesn't support this yet. Graphhopper does (https://github.com/graphhopper/graphhopper/pull/621). You still need to wait for some to allow the data to be updated I believe.

(29 Aug, 11:10) Kovoschiz
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