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Benelux Walking Trail
We often get the question, how do we map non-drivable or restricted acces roads. Please check this overview to get the correct road type: Benelux Non-drivable
Walking Trails are used for all 'roads' where cars are not able to drive but that can be a destination.
Normally these are pedestrian areas. The direction of the segments must be put on '2-way' and segments must be locked at level 3. For public transport, the elevation is set to '-5' and it's locked at level 3.
Notice that this road type should only be applied in the following situations:
- There are houses or other destinations along the segment (house numbers)
- The segment is relatively long and separated of the normal road (so this can be used as a reference / landmark)
For public transport the following names should be used as Streetname: