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Pedestrians not routed through oneway full-height_turnstile


#1

I have mapped a full-height turnstile that allows passing only in one direction (and only for pedestrians), according to
https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Tag:barrier%3Dfull-height_turnstile
However, GraphHopper does not find the route through that (exit) turnstile, but takes the detour through the main entrance.
Is this a GraphHopeer bug or should I map this in a different way?

Is there a reliable way to declare a path to be oneway for pedestrians?


#2

barriers are blocked unless you specify e.g. access=motor_vehicle.

Furthermore we have deactivated updates since yesterday since we try to migrate a better update pipeline.


#3

So i should add access=foot, correct?


#4

If they are always allowed and you have local knowledge - yes :slight_smile:

Please note, that the migration introduced some problems and so it might not be updated as usual after ~2 days.


#5

Ok, have tried that (I do have local knowledge). Let’s see.


#6

It still does not work. Was the graph updated in the meantime? Can I see anywhere how recent the data is that the openstreetmap.org GraphHopper instance bases on?