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Problem no péage

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Description: I live in "ile de ré" (an island in france), bridge 3 km long whith peage. No other road to go to the island. you must pay to take the bridge. If in parameters i select no peage abrp don't plan route (if i accept peage it's ok).
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Link to Plan: If the bug is in finding a route, please copy the plan link here (found under "Share").  
Replication Steps:
  1. start Le Bois-Plage-en-Ré, Charente-Maritime, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France
  2. arrived La Rochelle, Charente-Maritime, Nouvelle-Aquitaine (or other town, this one is just on the other side of the bridge)
  3. Plan route with peage, it's of
  4. Select no peage
  5. plan route : no way
 
I think it miss something when we said "no peage" but it was an obligation and there is no other way.
 
Thank's for your work
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Hi Npir,

I do not think this is a bug. The feature acts as the option suggests. 

You could argue that a refinement would be helpful (prevent tolgates if possible), but that would be a new feature.

If you feel that is helpful. pls post it as a feature request with a detailled description of the requested behavior (when to include a tolgate and when not)

Thanks

Barry 

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Not proposing a route when there is one is a bug for me.
I think it should work the same as google maps.
If there is no other option than to go through a toll, it takes the toll and indicates it.
Besides google maps work it properly because if there is a toll on the bridge it only works in one direction, to enter.

So for example for a "la rochelle -> le bois plage en re" there is a toll (to take the bridge to enter the island).
On the other hand, for a "le bois plage en ré -> La Rochelle", no toll (to leave the island).

So in any event there is a bug since it cannot calculate the route even in the case of an exit from the island, therefore without toll.

It would take, I repeat the same operation as google maps. The route should have priority over the toll.
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