CBenson wrote:This makes no sense to me. Reversible roadways could be handled with just segment time based speed data and thus could be done before time based turn restrictions. However, we can map reversible roadways with time based turn restrictions. Once we have time based turn restrictions why won't we just use the turn restrictions to map the reversible roadways? What would be left to do to implement reversible roadways?AlanOfTheBerg wrote:
- Reversible roadways also on the roadmap after time-based turn restrictions.
Restricting turns onto a two-way segment effectively makes it one-way for through-routing. But you would also have to restrict turns off of the segment, in case someone begins navigating in the middle of the segment. It can be done, but it would mean coordinating maybe a half-dozen independent timed turn restrictions.
You could likewise do away with all one-way roads by managing turn restrictions in this way--but the concept of directionality is a lot simpler.