Bug in the route planning tool

Andrea Alessia Tavagnutti shared this problem 21 days ago
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I'm trying to plan a route in the Monte Cavallo mountain group (Pontebba, Italy), the route will follow the CAI 433, from the parking to Sella della Pridola (I want to mention the fact that I planned the same itinerary before and everything worked fine). This time the planner sets an extremely long itinerary to connect the two point, and there is no way to follow the 433 path, also setting lots of middle points. It seems like there is a specific point in the maps in which the system do not allow to put an intermidiate point.


Andrea

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Andrea you can switch to Manual from the point where it stops routing and draw the path as manual. But then you have no turn-by-turn directions. But you can create them yourself. You make a shaping point there and change it into a waypoint. You then give it an appropriate name, which is then announced during navigation.

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Hello,


please can you share the points "from/to" so I can try to test the route?

Or share the whole planned route with me (even badly planned).

Thank you.


Zdenek, Locus team

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This is the badly planned route:

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Hi Andrea, thanks for reporting this. Yes, there has been some recent change in the routing. The change actually makes the router to obey local restrictions. The west part of route 443 is mapped as not allowed for public. If this mapping is wrong or not: we don't know. If it is wrong, the only solution is correct the map dataset. We cannot do that as we do know what is correct. This is unfortunate and we keep an eye on this issue.

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@Radim:
If the route is closed or a barrier is present. and I know so that is not so. The change in OSM is already important. But until the change arrives in the router, some days pass. I want to route however immediately. There is a solution to the problem.
As soon as a shaping point in a locked area set, the point is set but the routing is not drawn. There should be an option here or even better a warning. Then I can choose to ignore the blocking or the barrier for routing.
Possibly Brouter must also come on board here. It would be very helpful if you could implement this.

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Yes, warnings for e.g. difficult route segments (high SAC levels in the Alps) is what we have talked about a long time. Just the business is as usual: this is not a simple configuration fix, it takes effort. I agree, warnings would be very helpful and I believe this feature should be in brouter too. Which is what we can do.

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Thank you for the answer. I have to say that I really like this app and turned out more than useful for me in several situations, and of course I know that not everything can be perfect.

I've been in that area this weekend and I've noticed that the map is a bit messed up (like wrong altitude marks and so on), just to let you know (the routes and paths are anyway perfectly represented).


Thank you again,

Andrea

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Thanks for reporting this issue again Andrea. There actually was a subtle error on my side. Mea Culpa. A fix to the changes in accessibility of paths will be published soon.

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Andrea you can switch to Manual from the point where it stops routing and draw the path as manual. But then you have no turn-by-turn directions. But you can create them yourself. You make a shaping point there and change it into a waypoint. You then give it an appropriate name, which is then announced during navigation.

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