North American English would call these "freeways," which a slight majority
of US states and almost all, if not all, Canadian provinces, allow bicycles
on when not otherwise posted. One would hope that this still obeys
"bicycle=no", though, since even in the places that bicycles are generally
allowed on the freeway, there's often a ban on them within the urban center
(as is the case in downtown Portland and along I5 in the Puget Sound
metroplex in Washington), and sometimes entire metro areas (nearly all of
Los Angeles, Ventura, Orange and San Diego County freeways in California).
On Wed, Aug 2, 2017 at 4:33 AM, Barry Evans <barry.r.ev...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Define 'Motorways'
> On Wednesday, 2 August 2017 10:25:01 UTC+1, Barry Evans wrote:
>> After the last few major updates OSMAnd there are now multiple options
>> for bicycle routing. The UI makes some of them a little hard to find, and
>> clearly many of them are duplications, but as far as I am aware these are
>> on vers 2.6.5:
>> Settings/Driving style: Safety; Balanced; Speed
>> Settings/Avoid unpaved roads
>> Settings/Avoid ferries
>> Settings/Avoid stairs
>> Settings/Avoid border crossings
>> Settings/Allow motorways
>> Settings/Use elevation data
>> Navigation settings/Navigation service: OSMAnd (offline); Yours; OSRM
>> (only car); Straight line
>> Navigation settings/Routing preferences/Avoid: unpaved roads; ferries;
>> stairs; border crossings
>> Navigation settings/Routing preferences/Select elevation fluctuation:
>> Most leveled; Leveled; Hilly
>> Navigation settings/Routing preferences/Allow motorways
>> Navigation settings/Routing preferences/Use elevation data
>> It would be very helpful if some of these were defined better, e.g. what
>> is (and what influence does) 'use elevation data' have?, and to develop
>> some sort of matrix hierarchy to show their effects and ranking on routing.
>> Define Safety/balanced/speed? Define most leveled/leveled/ hilly
>> How do they interact? i.e.:
>> Safety/balanced/speed x most_leveled/leveled/hilly x
>> Border crossings? What borders? National?
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