Here are two turn restrictions looking wrong. "only_straight_on" but mapped to only turn left. See http://map.comlu.com/?zoom=18&lat=-12.261624&lon=-38.949495&layer=OSM%20Standard&overlays=FTT for more info
Resolved by wille about 3 years ago
The restrictions are right. It's because the tertiary street is oneway=no and the traffic signal open to both ways at the same time. So the cars in any way can only turn right or go ahead.
- Reactivated by Zartbitter about 3 years ago
Comment from Zartbitter about 3 years ago
I think you missed the point. The mapping tells the router to turn LEFT only. (the turn restrictions are named only_straight_on which doesn't fit to only_left nor to only_right but that name's just for the mapper).
Do you get the point now:
It is mapped as only left.
It is named only_stright_on.
You wrote cars can only turn right.
That doesn't fit.
Don't be confused of two other restrictions at the crossingwhich are fine.
Look at this map to see just the two affected restrictions and hover the mouse over the turn restriction icons to see the relation members, move your mouse to the restriction members to see their role:: http://map.comlu.com/?zoom=18&lat=-12.261624&lon=-38.949495&layer=OSM%20Standard&overlays=FTT
Comment from wille about 3 years ago
Now I undestood your point and I've fixed the turn restriction. Thank you very much for your advise! Could you check if it is fine now?
Resolved by Zartbitter about 3 years ago
Seems to be fine now. Thanks for your support :-)
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