I want to begin by stating that I am not a programmer, so please excuse any lack of technical knowldge.
I’ve been working on a project to map mobility and accessibility in a town centre, and have been investigating why there seems to be very little directional programmes when it comes to wheelchair or visual impairment issues. The project is mapping with OpenStreetMap.
I was pleaed to come across openrouteservice, but have been unable to get the wheelchair routing to work and interested to understand why this might be.
Is because the number of data point that has to be processed becomes too high when taking into account so many variables? i.e. rather than just a single road, it has to work through kerbs/paving type etc?
Or is it simple that this sidewalk data doesn’t really exist?