mrgrumpy wrote:I wouldn't use Waze to, necessarily, choose my crossing point.
nhanway wrote:Do the Ferries you are referring to run 24-7?
nhanway wrote:If the dock is tolled then it is a requirement.
Agree with this generally.nhanway wrote:There are some bugs in the ferry road type.
Disagree that this a universal effect.nhanway wrote:I have tested this out. It wont route on the ferry unless you set start and end point right on the ferry docks. Kind of treats it like a private road or a non drivable road like a boardwalk..
Agreed.nhanway wrote:Until they fix this ferry road types is not to be used, at all.
I don't really see why this would be a problem.nhanway wrote:Even once they fix the bugs I'm not sure the ferry road type will work for every ferry because its treated like a Minor Highway.
Makes sense to me.sketch wrote:Now that I think about it, splitting a loading/unloading dock into two one-way segments is only a requirement if the ferry is tolled in one direction and not in the other. Otherwise, if it's free leave it untolled, and if it's tolled both ways just set the toll flag on the ferry segment itself.
But this makes sense to me as well.nhanway wrote:Or if there is a large loading unloading area like:
nhanway wrote:Ferry road type does work is some cases. But if you extend the distance between Start and Destination then it does not consider the ferry.
This is what I have been experiencing. Which is why we don't use it at this time.
nhanway wrote:If the ferry is a anything but a Minor Highway now. Like if its a Major highway now, marking it as Ferry would lower its class and therefore mess with the FC System and therefor mess with the routing.
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