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Route Request

The RouteRequest is the type for the routingDefaults in router-config.json and in the transferRequests in build-config.json.

Config Parameter Type Summary Req./Opt. Default Value Since
alightSlack duration The minimum extra time after exiting a public transport vehicle. Optional "PT0S" 2.0
arriveBy boolean Whether the trip should depart or arrive at the specified date and time. Optional false 2.0
boardSlack duration The boardSlack is the minimum extra time to board a public transport vehicle. Optional "PT0S" 2.0
drivingDirection enum The driving direction to use in the intersection traversal calculation Optional "right" 2.2
elevatorBoardCost integer What is the cost of boarding a elevator? Optional 90 2.0
elevatorBoardTime integer How long does it take to get on an elevator, on average. Optional 90 2.0
elevatorHopCost integer What is the cost of travelling one floor on an elevator? Optional 20 2.0
elevatorHopTime integer How long does it take to advance one floor on an elevator? Optional 20 2.0
geoidElevation boolean If true, the Graph's ellipsoidToGeoidDifference is applied to all elevations returned by this query. Optional false 2.0
ignoreRealtimeUpdates boolean When true, real-time updates are ignored during this search. Optional false 2.0
intersectionTraversalModel enum The model that computes the costs of turns. Optional "simple" 2.2
locale locale TODO Optional "en_US" 2.0
maxDirectStreetDuration duration This is the maximum duration for a direct street search for each mode. Optional "PT4H" 2.1
maxJourneyDuration duration The expected maximum time a journey can last across all possible journeys for the current deployment. Optional "PT24H" 2.1
modes string The set of access/egress/direct/transit modes to be used for the route search. Optional "TRANSIT,WALK" 2.0
nonpreferredTransferPenalty integer Penalty (in seconds) for using a non-preferred transfer. Optional 180 2.0
numItineraries integer The maximum number of itineraries to return. Optional 50 2.0
otherThanPreferredRoutesPenalty integer Penalty added for using every route that is not preferred if user set any route as preferred. Optional 300 2.0
relaxTransitGroupPriority string The relax function for transit-group-priority Optional "0s + 1.00 t" 2.5
relaxTransitSearchGeneralizedCostAtDestination double Whether non-optimal transit paths at the destination should be returned Optional 2.3
searchWindow duration The duration of the search-window. Optional 2.0
streetRoutingTimeout duration The maximum time a street routing request is allowed to take before returning the results. Optional "PT5S" 2.2
transferPenalty integer An additional penalty added to boardings after the first. Optional 0 2.0
transferSlack integer The extra time needed to make a safe transfer in seconds. Optional 120 2.0
turnReluctance double Multiplicative factor on expected turning time. Optional 1.0 2.0
unpreferredCost cost-linear-function A cost function used to calculate penalty for an unpreferred route. Optional "0s + 1.00 t" 2.2
waitReluctance double How much worse is waiting for a transit vehicle than being on a transit vehicle, as a multiplier. Optional 1.0 2.0
accessEgress object Parameters for access and egress routing. Optional 2.4
   maxDuration duration This is the maximum duration for access/egress for street searches. Optional "PT45M" 2.1
   maxStopCount integer Maximal number of stops collected in access/egress routing Optional 500 2.4
   maxDurationForMode enum map of duration Limit access/egress per street mode. Optional 2.1
   penalty enum map of object Penalty for access/egress by street mode. Optional 2.4
      FLEXIBLE object NA Optional 2.4
         costFactor double A factor multiplied with the time-penalty to get the cost-penalty. Optional 0.0 2.4
         timePenalty time-penalty Penalty added to the time of a path/leg. Optional "0s + 0.00 t" 2.4
alightSlackForMode enum map of duration How much extra time should be given when alighting a vehicle for each given mode. Optional 2.0
bicycle object Bicycle preferences. Optional 2.5
   boardCost integer Prevents unnecessary transfers by adding a cost for boarding a transit vehicle. Optional 600 2.0
   optimization enum The set of characteristics that the user wants to optimize for. Optional "safe-streets" 2.0
   reluctance double A multiplier for how bad cycling is, compared to being in transit for equal lengths of time. Optional 2.0 2.0
   speed double Max bicycle speed along streets, in meters per second Optional 5.0 2.0
   parking object Preferences for parking a vehicle. Optional 2.5
      cost integer Cost to park a vehicle. Optional 120 2.0
      time duration Time to park a vehicle. Optional "PT1M" 2.0
      unpreferredVehicleParkingTagCost integer What cost to add if a parking facility doesn't contain a preferred tag. Optional 300 2.3
      bannedVehicleParkingTags string[] Tags with which a vehicle parking will not be used. If empty, no tags are banned. Optional 2.1
      preferredVehicleParkingTags string[] Vehicle parking facilities that don't have one of these tags will receive an extra cost and will therefore be penalised. Optional 2.3
      requiredVehicleParkingTags string[] Tags without which a vehicle parking will not be used. If empty, no tags are required. Optional 2.1
   rental object Vehicle rental options Optional 2.3
      allowKeepingAtDestination boolean If a vehicle should be allowed to be kept at the end of a station-based rental. Optional false 2.2
      dropOffCost integer Cost to drop-off a rented vehicle. Optional 30 2.0
      dropOffTime duration Time to drop-off a rented vehicle. Optional "PT30S" 2.0
      keepingAtDestinationCost integer The cost of arriving at the destination with the rented vehicle, to discourage doing so. Optional 0 2.2
      pickupCost integer Cost to rent a vehicle. Optional 120 2.0
      pickupTime duration Time to rent a vehicle. Optional "PT1M" 2.0
      useAvailabilityInformation boolean Whether or not vehicle rental availability information will be used to plan vehicle rental trips. Optional false 2.0
      allowedNetworks string[] The vehicle rental networks which may be used. If empty all networks may be used. Optional 2.1
      bannedNetworks string[] The vehicle rental networks which may not be used. If empty, no networks are banned. Optional 2.1
   triangle object Triangle optimization criteria. Optional 2.5
      flatness double Relative importance of flat terrain (range 0-1). Optional 0.0 2.0
      safety double Relative importance of safety (range 0-1). Optional 0.0 2.0
      time double Relative importance of duration of travel (range 0-1). Optional 0.0 2.0
   walk object Preferences for walking a vehicle. Optional 2.5
      mountDismountCost integer The cost of hopping on or off a vehicle. Optional 0 2.0
      mountDismountTime duration The time it takes the user to hop on or off a vehicle. Optional "PT0S" 2.0
      reluctance double A multiplier for how bad walking with a vehicle is, compared to being in transit for equal lengths of time. Optional 5.0 2.1
      speed double The user's vehicle walking speed in meters/second. Defaults to approximately 3 MPH. Optional 1.33 2.1
      stairsReluctance double How bad is it to walk the vehicle up/down a flight of stairs compared to taking a detour. Optional 10.0 2.3
boardSlackForMode enum map of duration How much extra time should be given when boarding a vehicle for each given mode. Optional 2.0
car object Car preferences. Optional 2.5
   accelerationSpeed double The acceleration speed of an automobile, in meters per second per second. Optional 2.9 2.0
   decelerationSpeed double The deceleration speed of an automobile, in meters per second per second. Optional 2.9 2.0
   pickupCost integer Add a cost for car pickup changes when a pickup or drop off takes place Optional 120 2.1
   pickupTime duration Add a time for car pickup changes when a pickup or drop off takes place Optional "PT1M" 2.1
   reluctance double A multiplier for how bad driving is, compared to being in transit for equal lengths of time. Optional 2.0 2.0
   parking object Preferences for parking a vehicle. Optional 2.5
      cost integer Cost to park a vehicle. Optional 120 2.0
      time duration Time to park a vehicle. Optional "PT1M" 2.0
      unpreferredVehicleParkingTagCost integer What cost to add if a parking facility doesn't contain a preferred tag. Optional 300 2.3
      bannedVehicleParkingTags string[] Tags with which a vehicle parking will not be used. If empty, no tags are banned. Optional 2.1
      preferredVehicleParkingTags string[] Vehicle parking facilities that don't have one of these tags will receive an extra cost and will therefore be penalised. Optional 2.3
      requiredVehicleParkingTags string[] Tags without which a vehicle parking will not be used. If empty, no tags are required. Optional 2.1
   rental object Vehicle rental options Optional 2.3
      allowKeepingAtDestination boolean If a vehicle should be allowed to be kept at the end of a station-based rental. Optional false 2.2
      dropOffCost integer Cost to drop-off a rented vehicle. Optional 30 2.0
      dropOffTime duration Time to drop-off a rented vehicle. Optional "PT30S" 2.0
      keepingAtDestinationCost integer The cost of arriving at the destination with the rented vehicle, to discourage doing so. Optional 0 2.2
      pickupCost integer Cost to rent a vehicle. Optional 120 2.0
      pickupTime duration Time to rent a vehicle. Optional "PT1M" 2.0
      useAvailabilityInformation boolean Whether or not vehicle rental availability information will be used to plan vehicle rental trips. Optional false 2.0
      allowedNetworks string[] The vehicle rental networks which may be used. If empty all networks may be used. Optional 2.1
      bannedNetworks string[] The vehicle rental networks which may not be used. If empty, no networks are banned. Optional 2.1
itineraryFilters object Configure itinerary filters that may modify itineraries, sort them, and filter away less preferable results. Optional 2.0
   accessibilityScore boolean An experimental feature contributed by IBI which adds a sandbox accessibility score between 0 and 1 for each leg and itinerary. Optional false 2.2
   bikeRentalDistanceRatio double Filter routes that consist of bike-rental and walking by the minimum fraction of the bike-rental leg using distance. Optional 0.0 2.1
   debug enum Enable this to attach a system notice to itineraries instead of removing them. This is very convenient when tuning the itinerary-filter-chain. Optional "off" 2.0
   filterItinerariesWithSameFirstOrLastTrip boolean If more than one itinerary begins or ends with same trip, filter out one of those itineraries so that only one remains. Optional false 2.2
   groupSimilarityKeepOne double Pick ONE itinerary from each group after putting itineraries that are 85% similar together. Optional 0.85 2.1
   groupSimilarityKeepThree double Reduce the number of itineraries to three itineraries by reducing each group of itineraries grouped by 68% similarity. Optional 0.68 2.1
   groupedOtherThanSameLegsMaxCostMultiplier double Filter grouped itineraries, where the non-grouped legs are more expensive than in the lowest cost one. Optional 2.0 2.1
   minBikeParkingDistance double Filter out bike park+ride results that have fewer meters of cycling than this value. Optional 0.0 2.3
   nonTransitGeneralizedCostLimit cost-linear-function The function define a max-limit for generalized-cost for non-transit itineraries. Optional "1h + 2.0 t" 2.1
   parkAndRideDurationRatio double Filter P+R routes that consist of driving and walking by the minimum fraction of the driving using of time. Optional 0.0 2.1
   removeItinerariesWithSameRoutesAndStops boolean Set to true if you want to list only the first itinerary which goes through the same stops and routes. Optional false 2.2
   removeTransitWithHigherCostThanBestOnStreetOnly cost-linear-function Limit function for generalized-cost computed from street-only itineries applied to transit itineraries. Optional "1m + 1.30 t" 2.4
   transitGeneralizedCostLimit object A relative limit for the generalized-cost for transit itineraries. Optional 2.1
      costLimitFunction cost-linear-function The base function used by the filter. Optional "15m + 1.50 t" 2.2
      intervalRelaxFactor double How much the filter should be relaxed for itineraries that do not overlap in time. Optional 0.4 2.2
maxDirectStreetDurationForMode enum map of duration Limit direct route duration per street mode. Optional 2.2
scooter object Scooter preferences. Optional 2.5
   optimization enum The set of characteristics that the user wants to optimize for. Optional "safe-streets" 2.0
   reluctance double A multiplier for how bad scooter travel is, compared to being in transit for equal lengths of time. Optional 2.0 2.0
   speed double Max scooter speed along streets, in meters per second Optional 5.0 2.0
   rental object Vehicle rental options Optional 2.3
      allowKeepingAtDestination boolean If a vehicle should be allowed to be kept at the end of a station-based rental. Optional false 2.2
      dropOffCost integer Cost to drop-off a rented vehicle. Optional 30 2.0
      dropOffTime duration Time to drop-off a rented vehicle. Optional "PT30S" 2.0
      keepingAtDestinationCost integer The cost of arriving at the destination with the rented vehicle, to discourage doing so. Optional 0 2.2
      pickupCost integer Cost to rent a vehicle. Optional 120 2.0
      pickupTime duration Time to rent a vehicle. Optional "PT1M" 2.0
      useAvailabilityInformation boolean Whether or not vehicle rental availability information will be used to plan vehicle rental trips. Optional false 2.0
      allowedNetworks string[] The vehicle rental networks which may be used. If empty all networks may be used. Optional 2.1
      bannedNetworks string[] The vehicle rental networks which may not be used. If empty, no networks are banned. Optional 2.1
   triangle object Triangle optimization criteria. Optional 2.5
      flatness double Relative importance of flat terrain (range 0-1). Optional 0.0 2.0
      safety double Relative importance of safety (range 0-1). Optional 0.0 2.0
      time double Relative importance of duration of travel (range 0-1). Optional 0.0 2.0
transferOptimization object Optimize where a transfer between to trip happens. Optional 2.1
   backTravelWaitTimeFactor double To reduce back-travel we favor waiting, this reduces the cost of waiting. Optional 1.0 2.1
   extraStopBoardAlightCostsFactor double Add an extra board- and alight-cost for prioritized stops. Optional 0.0 2.1
   minSafeWaitTimeFactor double Used to set a maximum wait-time cost, base on min-safe-transfer-time. Optional 5.0 2.1
   optimizeTransferWaitTime boolean This enables the transfer wait time optimization. Optional true 2.1
transitGroupPriority object Group transit patterns and give each group a mutual advantage in the Raptor search. Optional 2.5
transitReluctanceForMode enum map of double Transit reluctance for a given transport mode Optional 2.1
unpreferred object Parameters listing authorities or lines that preferably should not be used in trip patters. Optional 2.2
   agencies feed-scoped-id[] The ids of the agencies that incur an extra cost when being used. Format: FeedId:AgencyId Optional 2.2
   routes feed-scoped-id[] The ids of the routes that incur an extra cost when being used. Format: FeedId:RouteId Optional 2.2
walk object Walking preferences. Optional 2.5
   boardCost integer Prevents unnecessary transfers by adding a cost for boarding a vehicle. This is the cost that is used when boarding while walking. Optional 600 2.0
   escalatorReluctance double A multiplier for how bad being in an escalator is compared to being in transit for equal lengths of time Optional 1.5 2.4
   reluctance double A multiplier for how bad walking is, compared to being in transit for equal lengths of time. Optional 2.0 2.0
   safetyFactor double Factor for how much the walk safety is considered in routing. Optional 1.0 2.2
   speed double The user's walking speed in meters/second. Optional 1.33 2.0
   stairsReluctance double Used instead of walkReluctance for stairs. Optional 2.0 2.0
   stairsTimeFactor double How much more time does it take to walk a flight of stairs compared to walking a similar horizontal length. Optional 3.0 2.1
wheelchairAccessibility object See Wheelchair Accessibility Optional 2.2
   enabled boolean Enable wheelchair accessibility. Optional false 2.0
   inaccessibleStreetReluctance double The factor to multiply the cost of traversing a street edge that is not wheelchair-accessible. Optional 25.0 2.2
   maxSlope double The maximum slope as a fraction of 1. Optional 0.083 2.0
   slopeExceededReluctance double How much streets with high slope should be avoided. Optional 1.0 2.2
   stairsReluctance double How much stairs should be avoided. Optional 100.0 2.2
   elevator object Configuration for when to use inaccessible elevators. Optional 2.2
      inaccessibleCost integer The cost to add when traversing an entity which is know to be inaccessible. Optional 3600 2.2
      onlyConsiderAccessible boolean Whether to only use this entity if it is explicitly marked as wheelchair accessible. Optional false 2.2
      unknownCost integer The cost to add when traversing an entity with unknown accessibility information. Optional 20 2.2
   stop object Configuration for when to use inaccessible stops. Optional 2.2
      inaccessibleCost integer The cost to add when traversing an entity which is know to be inaccessible. Optional 3600 2.2
      onlyConsiderAccessible boolean Whether to only use this entity if it is explicitly marked as wheelchair accessible. Optional true 2.2
      unknownCost integer The cost to add when traversing an entity with unknown accessibility information. Optional 600 2.2
   trip object Configuration for when to use inaccessible trips. Optional 2.2
      inaccessibleCost integer The cost to add when traversing an entity which is know to be inaccessible. Optional 3600 2.2
      onlyConsiderAccessible boolean Whether to only use this entity if it is explicitly marked as wheelchair accessible. Optional true 2.2
      unknownCost integer The cost to add when traversing an entity with unknown accessibility information. Optional 600 2.2

Parameter Details

alightSlack

Since version: 2.0Type: durationCardinality: OptionalDefault value: "PT0S"
Path: /routingDefaults

The minimum extra time after exiting a public transport vehicle.

The slack is added to the time when going from the transit vehicle to the stop.

boardSlack

Since version: 2.0Type: durationCardinality: OptionalDefault value: "PT0S"
Path: /routingDefaults

The boardSlack is the minimum extra time to board a public transport vehicle.

The board time is added to the time when going from the stop (offboard) to onboard a transit vehicle.

This is the same as the transferSlack, except that this also apply to to the first transit leg in the trip. This is the default value used, if not overridden by the boardSlackList.

drivingDirection

Since version: 2.2Type: enumCardinality: OptionalDefault value: "right"
Path: /routingDefaults
Enum values: right | left

The driving direction to use in the intersection traversal calculation

intersectionTraversalModel

Since version: 2.2Type: enumCardinality: OptionalDefault value: "simple"
Path: /routingDefaults
Enum values: simple | constant

The model that computes the costs of turns.

maxDirectStreetDuration

Since version: 2.1Type: durationCardinality: OptionalDefault value: "PT4H"
Path: /routingDefaults

This is the maximum duration for a direct street search for each mode.

This is a performance limit and should therefore be set high. Results close to the limit are not guaranteed to be optimal. Use itinerary-filters to limit what is presented to the client. The duration can be set per mode(maxDirectStreetDurationForMode), because some street modes searches are much more resource intensive than others. A default value is applied if the mode specific value do not exist."

maxJourneyDuration

Since version: 2.1Type: durationCardinality: OptionalDefault value: "PT24H"
Path: /routingDefaults

The expected maximum time a journey can last across all possible journeys for the current deployment.

Normally you would just do an estimate and add enough slack, so you are sure that there is no journeys that falls outside this window. The parameter is used find all possible dates for the journey and then search only the services which run on those dates. The duration must include access, egress, wait-time and transit time for the whole journey. It should also take low frequency days/periods like holidays into account. In other words, pick the two points within your area that has the worst connection and then try to travel on the worst possible day, and find the maximum journey duration. Using a value that is too high has the effect of including more patterns in the search, hence, making it a bit slower. Recommended values would be from 12 hours(small town/city), 1 day (region) to 2 days (country like Norway)."

otherThanPreferredRoutesPenalty

Since version: 2.0Type: integerCardinality: OptionalDefault value: 300
Path: /routingDefaults

Penalty added for using every route that is not preferred if user set any route as preferred.

We return number of seconds that we are willing to wait for preferred route.

relaxTransitGroupPriority

Since version: 2.5Type: stringCardinality: OptionalDefault value: "0s + 1.00 t"
Path: /routingDefaults

The relax function for transit-group-priority

A path is considered optimal if the generalized-cost is less than the generalized-cost of another path. If this parameter is set, the comparison is relaxed further if they belong to different transit groups.

relaxTransitSearchGeneralizedCostAtDestination

Since version: 2.3Type: doubleCardinality: Optional
Path: /routingDefaults

Whether non-optimal transit paths at the destination should be returned

Let c be the existing minimum pareto optimal generalized cost to beat. Then a trip with cost c' is accepted if the following is true: c' < Math.round(c * relaxRaptorCostCriteria).

The parameter is optional. If not set a normal comparison is performed.

Values equals or less than zero is not allowed. Values greater than 2.0 are not supported, due to performance reasons.

searchWindow

Since version: 2.0Type: durationCardinality: Optional
Path: /routingDefaults

The duration of the search-window.

This is the time/duration in seconds from the earliest-departure-time(EDT) to the latest-departure-time(LDT). In case of a reverse search it will be the time from earliest to latest arrival time (LAT - EAT).

All optimal travels that depart within the search window is guaranteed to be found.

This is sometimes referred to as the Range Raptor Search Window - but could be used in a none Transit search as well; Hence this is named search-window and not raptor-search-window.

This is normally dynamically calculated by the server. Use null to unset, and zero to do one Raptor iteration. The value is dynamically assigned a suitable value, if not set. In a small to medium size operation you may use a fixed value, like 60 minutes. If you have a mixture of high frequency cities routes and infrequent long distant journeys, the best option is normally to use the dynamic auto assignment. If not provided the value is resolved depending on the other input parameters, available transit options and realtime changes.

There is no need to set this when going to the next/previous page. The OTP Server will increase/decrease the search-window when paging to match the requested number of itineraries.

streetRoutingTimeout

Since version: 2.2Type: durationCardinality: OptionalDefault value: "PT5S"
Path: /routingDefaults

The maximum time a street routing request is allowed to take before returning the results.

The street search(AStar) aborts after this duration and any paths found are returned to the client. The street part of the routing may take a long time if searching very long distances. You can set the street routing timeout to avoid tying up server resources on pointless searches and ensure that your users receive a timely response. You can also limit the max duration. There are is also a 'apiProcessingTimeout'. Make sure the street timeout is less than the 'apiProcessingTimeout'.

transferPenalty

Since version: 2.0Type: integerCardinality: OptionalDefault value: 0
Path: /routingDefaults

An additional penalty added to boardings after the first.

The value is in OTP's internal weight units, which are roughly equivalent to seconds. Set this to a high value to discourage transfers. Of course, transfers that save significant time or walking will still be taken.

transferSlack

Since version: 2.0Type: integerCardinality: OptionalDefault value: 120
Path: /routingDefaults

The extra time needed to make a safe transfer in seconds.

An expected transfer time in seconds that specifies the amount of time that must pass between exiting one public transport vehicle and boarding another. This time is in addition to time it might take to walk between stops plus boardSlack and alightSlack.

unpreferredCost

Since version: 2.2Type: cost-linear-functionCardinality: OptionalDefault value: "0s + 1.00 t"
Path: /routingDefaults

A cost function used to calculate penalty for an unpreferred route.

Function should return number of seconds that we are willing to wait for preferred route or for an unpreferred agency's departure. For example: 5m + 2.0 t

maxDuration

Since version: 2.1Type: durationCardinality: OptionalDefault value: "PT45M"
Path: /routingDefaults/accessEgress

This is the maximum duration for access/egress for street searches.

This is a performance limit and should therefore be set high. Results close to the limit are not guaranteed to be optimal. Use itinerary-filters to limit what is presented to the client. The duration can be set per mode(maxDurationForMode), because some street modes searches are much more resource intensive than others. A default value is applied if the mode specific value do not exist.

maxStopCount

Since version: 2.4Type: integerCardinality: OptionalDefault value: 500
Path: /routingDefaults/accessEgress

Maximal number of stops collected in access/egress routing

Safety limit to prevent access to and egress from too many stops.

maxDurationForMode

Since version: 2.1Type: enum map of durationCardinality: Optional
Path: /routingDefaults/accessEgress
Enum keys: not-set | walk | bike | bike-to-park | bike-rental | scooter-rental | car | car-to-park | car-pickup | car-rental | car-hailing | flexible

Limit access/egress per street mode.

Override the settings in maxDuration for specific street modes. This is done because some street modes searches are much more resource intensive than others.

penalty

Since version: 2.4Type: enum map of objectCardinality: Optional
Path: /routingDefaults/accessEgress
Enum keys: not-set | walk | bike | bike-to-park | bike-rental | scooter-rental | car | car-to-park | car-pickup | car-rental | car-hailing | flexible

Penalty for access/egress by street mode.

Use this to add a time and cost penalty to an access/egress legs for a given street mode. This will favour other street-modes and transit. This has a performance penalty, since the search-window is increased with the same amount as the maximum penalty for the access legs used. In other cases where the access(CAR) is faster than transit the performance will be better.

The default values are

  • car-to-park = (timePenalty: 20m + 2.0 t, costFactor: 1.50)
  • car-rental = (timePenalty: 20m + 2.0 t, costFactor: 1.50)
  • car-hailing = (timePenalty: 20m + 2.0 t, costFactor: 1.50)
  • flexible = (timePenalty: 10m + 1.30 t, costFactor: 1.30)

Example: "car-to-park" : { "timePenalty": "10m + 1.5t", "costFactor": 2.5 }

Time penalty

The timePenalty is used to add a penalty to the access/egress duration/time. The time including the penalty is used in the algorithm when comparing paths, but the actual duration is used when presented to the end user.

Cost factor

The costFactor is used to add an additional cost to the leg´s generalized-cost. The time-penalty is multiplied with the cost-factor. A cost-factor of zero, gives no extra cost, while 1.0 will add the same amount to both time and cost.

alightSlackForMode

Since version: 2.0Type: enum map of durationCardinality: Optional
Path: /routingDefaults
Enum keys: rail | coach | subway | bus | tram | ferry | airplane | cable-car | gondola | funicular | trolleybus | monorail | carpool | taxi

How much extra time should be given when alighting a vehicle for each given mode.

Sometimes there is a need to configure a longer alighting times for specific modes, such as airplanes or ferries.

boardCost

Since version: 2.0Type: integerCardinality: OptionalDefault value: 600
Path: /routingDefaults/bicycle

Prevents unnecessary transfers by adding a cost for boarding a transit vehicle.

This is the cost that is used when boarding while cycling. This is usually higher that walkBoardCost.

optimization

Since version: 2.0Type: enumCardinality: OptionalDefault value: "safe-streets"
Path: /routingDefaults/bicycle
Enum values: shortest-duration | safe-streets | flat-streets | safest-streets | triangle

The set of characteristics that the user wants to optimize for.

If the triangle optimization is used, it's enough to just define the triangle parameters

unpreferredVehicleParkingTagCost

Since version: 2.3Type: integerCardinality: OptionalDefault value: 300
Path: /routingDefaults/bicycle/parking

What cost to add if a parking facility doesn't contain a preferred tag.

See preferredVehicleParkingTags.

bannedVehicleParkingTags

Since version: 2.1Type: string[]Cardinality: Optional
Path: /routingDefaults/bicycle/parking

Tags with which a vehicle parking will not be used. If empty, no tags are banned.

Vehicle parking tags can originate from different places depending on the origin of the parking(OSM or RT feed).

preferredVehicleParkingTags

Since version: 2.3Type: string[]Cardinality: Optional
Path: /routingDefaults/bicycle/parking

Vehicle parking facilities that don't have one of these tags will receive an extra cost and will therefore be penalised.

Vehicle parking tags can originate from different places depending on the origin of the parking(OSM or RT feed).

requiredVehicleParkingTags

Since version: 2.1Type: string[]Cardinality: Optional
Path: /routingDefaults/bicycle/parking

Tags without which a vehicle parking will not be used. If empty, no tags are required.

Vehicle parking tags can originate from different places depending on the origin of the parking(OSM or RT feed).

allowedNetworks

Since version: 2.1Type: string[]Cardinality: Optional
Path: /routingDefaults/bicycle/rental

The vehicle rental networks which may be used. If empty all networks may be used.

bannedNetworks

Since version: 2.1Type: string[]Cardinality: Optional
Path: /routingDefaults/bicycle/rental

The vehicle rental networks which may not be used. If empty, no networks are banned.

triangle

Since version: 2.5Type: objectCardinality: Optional
Path: /routingDefaults/bicycle

Triangle optimization criteria.

Optimization type doesn't need to be defined if these values are defined.

safety

Since version: 2.0Type: doubleCardinality: OptionalDefault value: 0.0
Path: /routingDefaults/bicycle/triangle

Relative importance of safety (range 0-1).

This factor can also include other concerns such as convenience and general cyclist preferences by taking into account road surface etc.

mountDismountCost

Since version: 2.0Type: integerCardinality: OptionalDefault value: 0
Path: /routingDefaults/bicycle/walk

The cost of hopping on or off a vehicle.

There are different parameters for the cost of renting or parking a vehicle and this is not meant for controlling the cost of those events.

mountDismountTime

Since version: 2.0Type: durationCardinality: OptionalDefault value: "PT0S"
Path: /routingDefaults/bicycle/walk

The time it takes the user to hop on or off a vehicle.

Time it takes to rent or park a vehicle have their own parameters and this is not meant for controlling the duration of those events.

boardSlackForMode

Since version: 2.0Type: enum map of durationCardinality: Optional
Path: /routingDefaults
Enum keys: rail | coach | subway | bus | tram | ferry | airplane | cable-car | gondola | funicular | trolleybus | monorail | carpool | taxi

How much extra time should be given when boarding a vehicle for each given mode.

Sometimes there is a need to configure a board times for specific modes, such as airplanes or ferries, where the check-in process needs to be done in good time before ride.

unpreferredVehicleParkingTagCost

Since version: 2.3Type: integerCardinality: OptionalDefault value: 300
Path: /routingDefaults/car/parking

What cost to add if a parking facility doesn't contain a preferred tag.

See preferredVehicleParkingTags.

bannedVehicleParkingTags

Since version: 2.1Type: string[]Cardinality: Optional
Path: /routingDefaults/car/parking

Tags with which a vehicle parking will not be used. If empty, no tags are banned.

Vehicle parking tags can originate from different places depending on the origin of the parking(OSM or RT feed).

preferredVehicleParkingTags

Since version: 2.3Type: string[]Cardinality: Optional
Path: /routingDefaults/car/parking

Vehicle parking facilities that don't have one of these tags will receive an extra cost and will therefore be penalised.

Vehicle parking tags can originate from different places depending on the origin of the parking(OSM or RT feed).

requiredVehicleParkingTags

Since version: 2.1Type: string[]Cardinality: Optional
Path: /routingDefaults/car/parking

Tags without which a vehicle parking will not be used. If empty, no tags are required.

Vehicle parking tags can originate from different places depending on the origin of the parking(OSM or RT feed).

allowedNetworks

Since version: 2.1Type: string[]Cardinality: Optional
Path: /routingDefaults/car/rental

The vehicle rental networks which may be used. If empty all networks may be used.

bannedNetworks

Since version: 2.1Type: string[]Cardinality: Optional
Path: /routingDefaults/car/rental

The vehicle rental networks which may not be used. If empty, no networks are banned.

itineraryFilters

Since version: 2.0Type: objectCardinality: Optional
Path: /routingDefaults

Configure itinerary filters that may modify itineraries, sort them, and filter away less preferable results.

The purpose of the itinerary filter chain is to post process the result returned by the routing search. The filters may modify itineraries, sort them, and filter away less preferable results.

OTP2 may produce numerous pareto-optimal results when using time, number-of-transfers and generalized-cost as criteria. Use the parameters listed here to reduce/filter the itineraries return by the search engine before returning the results to client. There is also a few mandatory non-configurable filters removing none optimal results. You may see these filters pop-up in the filter debugging.

Group by similarity filters

The group-by-filter is a bit complex, but should be simple to use. Set debug=true and experiment with searchWindow and the three group-by parameters(groupSimilarityKeepOne, groupSimilarityKeepThree and groupedOtherThanSameLegsMaxCostMultiplier).

The group-by-filter work by grouping itineraries together and then reducing the number of itineraries in each group, keeping the itinerary/itineraries with the best itinerary generalized-cost. The group-by function first pick all transit legs that account for more than N% of the itinerary based on distance traveled. This become the group-key. Two keys are the same if all legs in one of the keys also exist in the other. Note, one key may have a larger set of legs than the other, but they can still be the same. When comparing two legs we compare the tripId and make sure the legs overlap in place and time. Two legs are the same if both legs ride at least a common subsection of the same trip. The keepOne filter will keep ONE itinerary in each group. The keepThree keeps 3 itineraries for each group.

The grouped itineraries can be further reduced by using groupedOtherThanSameLegsMaxCostMultiplier. This parameter filters out itineraries, where the legs that are not common for all the grouped itineraries have a much higher cost, than the lowest in the group. By default, it filters out itineraries that are at least double in cost for the non-grouped legs.

accessibilityScore

Since version: 2.2Type: booleanCardinality: OptionalDefault value: false
Path: /routingDefaults/itineraryFilters

An experimental feature contributed by IBI which adds a sandbox accessibility score between 0 and 1 for each leg and itinerary.

This can be used by frontend developers to implement a simple traffic light UI.

bikeRentalDistanceRatio

Since version: 2.1Type: doubleCardinality: OptionalDefault value: 0.0
Path: /routingDefaults/itineraryFilters

Filter routes that consist of bike-rental and walking by the minimum fraction of the bike-rental leg using distance.

This filters out results that consist of a long walk plus a relatively short bike rental leg. A value of 0.3 means that a minimum of 30% of the total distance must be spent on the bike in order for the result to be included.

debug

Since version: 2.0Type: enumCardinality: OptionalDefault value: "off"
Path: /routingDefaults/itineraryFilters
Enum values: off | list-all | limit-to-search-window | limit-to-num-of-itineraries

Enable this to attach a system notice to itineraries instead of removing them. This is very convenient when tuning the itinerary-filter-chain.

  • off By default, the debug itinerary filters is turned off.
  • list-all List all itineraries, including all deleted itineraries.
  • limit-to-search-window Return all itineraries, including deleted ones, inside the actual search-window used (the requested search-window may differ).
  • limit-to-num-of-itineraries Only return the requested number of itineraries, counting both actual and deleted ones. The top numItineraries using the request sort order is returned. This does not work with paging, itineraries after the limit, but inside the search-window are skipped when moving to the next page.

filterItinerariesWithSameFirstOrLastTrip

Since version: 2.2Type: booleanCardinality: OptionalDefault value: false
Path: /routingDefaults/itineraryFilters

If more than one itinerary begins or ends with same trip, filter out one of those itineraries so that only one remains.

Trips are considered equal if they have same id and same service day. Non-transit legs are skipped during comparison. Before filtering, trips are sorted by their generalized cost. The algorithm loops through the list from top to bottom. If an itinerary matches from any other itinerary from above, it is removed from list.

groupedOtherThanSameLegsMaxCostMultiplier

Since version: 2.1Type: doubleCardinality: OptionalDefault value: 2.0
Path: /routingDefaults/itineraryFilters

Filter grouped itineraries, where the non-grouped legs are more expensive than in the lowest cost one.

Of the itineraries grouped to maximum of three itineraries, how much worse can the non-grouped legs be compared to the lowest cost. 2.0 means that they can be double the cost, and any itineraries having a higher cost will be filtered.

minBikeParkingDistance

Since version: 2.3Type: doubleCardinality: OptionalDefault value: 0.0
Path: /routingDefaults/itineraryFilters

Filter out bike park+ride results that have fewer meters of cycling than this value.

Useful if you want to exclude those routes which have only a few meters of cycling before parking the bike and taking public transport.

nonTransitGeneralizedCostLimit

Since version: 2.1Type: cost-linear-functionCardinality: OptionalDefault value: "1h + 2.0 t"
Path: /routingDefaults/itineraryFilters

The function define a max-limit for generalized-cost for non-transit itineraries.

The max-limit is applied to itineraries with no transit legs, however all itineraries (including those with transit legs) are considered when calculating the minimum cost. The smallest generalized-cost value is used as input to the function. The function is used to calculate a max-limit. The max-limit is then used to filter non-transit itineraries by generalized-cost. Itineraries with a cost higher than the max-limit are dropped from the result set.

For example if the function is f(x) = 30m + 2.0 x and the smallest cost is 30m = 1800s, then all non-transit itineraries with a cost larger than 1800 + 2 * 5000 = 11 800 are dropped.

parkAndRideDurationRatio

Since version: 2.1Type: doubleCardinality: OptionalDefault value: 0.0
Path: /routingDefaults/itineraryFilters

Filter P+R routes that consist of driving and walking by the minimum fraction of the driving using of time.

This filters out results that consist of driving plus a very long walk leg at the end. A value of 0.3 means that a minimum of 30% of the total time must be spent in the car in order for the result to be included. However, if there is only a single result, it is never filtered.

removeItinerariesWithSameRoutesAndStops

Since version: 2.2Type: booleanCardinality: OptionalDefault value: false
Path: /routingDefaults/itineraryFilters

Set to true if you want to list only the first itinerary which goes through the same stops and routes.

Itineraries visiting the same set of stops and riding the exact same routes, departing later are removed from the result.

removeTransitWithHigherCostThanBestOnStreetOnly

Since version: 2.4Type: cost-linear-functionCardinality: OptionalDefault value: "1m + 1.30 t"
Path: /routingDefaults/itineraryFilters

Limit function for generalized-cost computed from street-only itineries applied to transit itineraries.

The max-limit is applied to itineraries with transit legs, and only itineraries without transit legs are considered when calculating the minimum cost. The smallest generalized-cost value is used as input to the function. The function is used to calculate a max-limit. The max-limit is then used to filter transit itineraries by generalized-cost. Itineraries with a cost higher than the max-limit are dropped from the result set. Walking is handled with a different logic: if a transit itinerary has higher cost than a plain walk itinerary, it will be removed even if the cost limit function would keep it.

transitGeneralizedCostLimit

Since version: 2.1Type: objectCardinality: Optional
Path: /routingDefaults/itineraryFilters

A relative limit for the generalized-cost for transit itineraries.

The filter compares all itineraries against every other itinerary. If the generalized-cost plus a transitGeneralizedCostLimit is higher than the other generalized-cost, then the itinerary is dropped. The transitGeneralizedCostLimit is calculated using the costLimitFunction plus a relative cost for the distance in time between the itineraries. The relative cost is the intervalRelaxFactor multiplied with the interval in seconds. To set the costLimitFunction to be 1 hour plus 2 times cost use: 3600 + 2.0 x. To set an absolute value(3000s) use: 3000 + 0x

costLimitFunction

Since version: 2.2Type: cost-linear-functionCardinality: OptionalDefault value: "15m + 1.50 t"
Path: /routingDefaults/itineraryFilters/transitGeneralizedCostLimit

The base function used by the filter.

This function calculates the threshold for the filter, when the itineraries have exactly the same arrival and departure times.

intervalRelaxFactor

Since version: 2.2Type: doubleCardinality: OptionalDefault value: 0.4
Path: /routingDefaults/itineraryFilters/transitGeneralizedCostLimit

How much the filter should be relaxed for itineraries that do not overlap in time.

This value is used to increase the filter threshold for itineraries further away in time, compared to those, that have exactly the same arrival and departure times.

The unit is cost unit per second of time difference.

maxDirectStreetDurationForMode

Since version: 2.2Type: enum map of durationCardinality: Optional
Path: /routingDefaults
Enum keys: not-set | walk | bike | bike-to-park | bike-rental | scooter-rental | car | car-to-park | car-pickup | car-rental | car-hailing | flexible

Limit direct route duration per street mode.

Override the settings in maxDirectStreetDuration for specific street modes. This is done because some street modes searches are much more resource intensive than others.

optimization

Since version: 2.0Type: enumCardinality: OptionalDefault value: "safe-streets"
Path: /routingDefaults/scooter
Enum values: shortest-duration | safe-streets | flat-streets | safest-streets | triangle

The set of characteristics that the user wants to optimize for.

If the triangle optimization is used, it's enough to just define the triangle parameters

allowedNetworks

Since version: 2.1Type: string[]Cardinality: Optional
Path: /routingDefaults/scooter/rental

The vehicle rental networks which may be used. If empty all networks may be used.

bannedNetworks

Since version: 2.1Type: string[]Cardinality: Optional
Path: /routingDefaults/scooter/rental

The vehicle rental networks which may not be used. If empty, no networks are banned.

triangle

Since version: 2.5Type: objectCardinality: Optional
Path: /routingDefaults/scooter

Triangle optimization criteria.

Optimization type doesn't need to be defined if these values are defined.

safety

Since version: 2.0Type: doubleCardinality: OptionalDefault value: 0.0
Path: /routingDefaults/scooter/triangle

Relative importance of safety (range 0-1).

This factor can also include other concerns such as convenience and general cyclist preferences by taking into account road surface etc.

transferOptimization

Since version: 2.1Type: objectCardinality: Optional
Path: /routingDefaults

Optimize where a transfer between to trip happens.

The main purpose of transfer optimization is to handle cases where it is possible to transfer between two routes at more than one point (pair of stops). The transfer optimization ensures that transfers occur at the best possible location. By post-processing all paths returned by the router, OTP can apply sophisticated calculations that are too slow or not algorithmically valid within Raptor. Transfers are optimized is done after the Raptor search and before the paths are passed to the itinerary-filter-chain.

To toggle transfer optimization on or off use the OTPFeature OptimizeTransfers (default is on). You should leave this on unless there is a critical issue with it. The OTPFeature GuaranteedTransfers will toggle on and off the priority optimization (part of OptimizeTransfers).

The optimized transfer service will try to, in order:

  1. Use transfer priority. This includes stay-seated and guaranteed transfers.
  2. Use the transfers with the best distribution of the wait-time, and avoid very short transfers.
  3. Avoid back-travel
  4. Boost stop-priority to select preferred and recommended stops.

If two paths have the same transfer priority level, then we break the tie by looking at waiting times. The goal is to maximize the wait-time for each stop, avoiding situations where there is little time available to make the transfer. This is balanced with the generalized-cost. The cost is adjusted with a new cost for wait-time (optimized-wait-time-cost).

The defaults should work fine, but if you have results with short wait-times dominating a better option or "back-travel", then try to increase the minSafeWaitTimeFactor, backTravelWaitTimeFactor and/or extraStopBoardAlightCostsFactor.

For details on the logic/design see transfer optimization package documentation.

backTravelWaitTimeFactor

Since version: 2.1Type: doubleCardinality: OptionalDefault value: 1.0
Path: /routingDefaults/transferOptimization

To reduce back-travel we favor waiting, this reduces the cost of waiting.

The wait time is used to prevent back-travel, the backTravelWaitTimeFactor is multiplied with the wait-time and subtracted from the optimized-transfer-cost.

extraStopBoardAlightCostsFactor

Since version: 2.1Type: doubleCardinality: OptionalDefault value: 0.0
Path: /routingDefaults/transferOptimization

Add an extra board- and alight-cost for prioritized stops.

A stopBoardAlightTransferCosts is added to the generalized-cost during routing. But this cost cannot be too high, because that would add extra cost to the transfer, and favor other alternative paths. But, when optimizing transfers, we do not have to take other paths into consideration and can boost the stop-priority-cost to allow transfers to take place at a preferred stop. The cost added during routing is already added to the generalized-cost used as a base in the optimized transfer calculation. By setting this parameter to 0, no extra cost is added, by setting it to 1.0 the stop-cost is doubled. Stop priority is only supported by the NeTEx import, not GTFS.

minSafeWaitTimeFactor

Since version: 2.1Type: doubleCardinality: OptionalDefault value: 5.0
Path: /routingDefaults/transferOptimization

Used to set a maximum wait-time cost, base on min-safe-transfer-time.

This defines the maximum cost for the logarithmic function relative to the min-safe-transfer-time (t0) when wait time goes towards zero(0). f(0) = n * t0

optimizeTransferWaitTime

Since version: 2.1Type: booleanCardinality: OptionalDefault value: true
Path: /routingDefaults/transferOptimization

This enables the transfer wait time optimization.

If not enabled generalizedCost function is used to pick the optimal transfer point.

transitGroupPriority

Since version: 2.5Type: objectCardinality: Optional
Path: /routingDefaults

Group transit patterns and give each group a mutual advantage in the Raptor search.

Use this to separate transit patterns into groups. Each group will be given a group-id. A path (multiple legs) will then have a set of group-ids based on the group-id from each leg. Hence, two paths with a different set of group-ids will BOTH be optimal unless the cost is worse than the relaxation specified in the relaxTransitGroupPriority parameter. This is only available in the TransmodelAPI for now.

Unmatched patterns are put in the BASE priority-group.

THIS IS STILL AN EXPERIMENTAL FEATURE - IT MAY CHANGE WITHOUT ANY NOTICE!

transitReluctanceForMode

Since version: 2.1Type: enum map of doubleCardinality: Optional
Path: /routingDefaults
Enum keys: rail | coach | subway | bus | tram | ferry | airplane | cable-car | gondola | funicular | trolleybus | monorail | carpool | taxi

Transit reluctance for a given transport mode

unpreferred

Since version: 2.2Type: objectCardinality: Optional
Path: /routingDefaults

Parameters listing authorities or lines that preferably should not be used in trip patters.

A cost is applied to boarding nonpreferred authorities or routes.

The routing engine will add extra penalty - on the unpreferred routes and/or agencies using a cost function. The cost function (unpreferredCost) is defined as a linear function of the form A + B x, where A is a fixed cost (in seconds) and B is reluctance multiplier for transit leg travel time x (in seconds).

agencies

Since version: 2.2Type: feed-scoped-id[]Cardinality: Optional
Path: /routingDefaults/unpreferred

The ids of the agencies that incur an extra cost when being used. Format: FeedId:AgencyId

How much cost is added is configured in unpreferredCost.

routes

Since version: 2.2Type: feed-scoped-id[]Cardinality: Optional
Path: /routingDefaults/unpreferred

The ids of the routes that incur an extra cost when being used. Format: FeedId:RouteId

How much cost is added is configured in unpreferredCost.

reluctance

Since version: 2.0Type: doubleCardinality: OptionalDefault value: 2.0
Path: /routingDefaults/walk

A multiplier for how bad walking is, compared to being in transit for equal lengths of time.

Empirically, values between 2 and 4 seem to correspond well to the concept of not wanting to walk too much without asking for totally ridiculous itineraries, but this observation should in no way be taken as scientific or definitive. Your mileage may vary. See https://github.com/opentripplanner/OpenTripPlanner/issues/4090 for impact on performance with high values.

safetyFactor

Since version: 2.2Type: doubleCardinality: OptionalDefault value: 1.0
Path: /routingDefaults/walk

Factor for how much the walk safety is considered in routing.

Value should be between 0 and 1. If the value is set to be 0, safety is ignored.

stairsTimeFactor

Since version: 2.1Type: doubleCardinality: OptionalDefault value: 3.0
Path: /routingDefaults/walk

How much more time does it take to walk a flight of stairs compared to walking a similar horizontal length.

Default value is based on: Fujiyama, T., & Tyler, N. (2010). Predicting the walking speed of pedestrians on stairs. Transportation Planning and Technology, 33(2), 177–202.

maxSlope

Since version: 2.0Type: doubleCardinality: OptionalDefault value: 0.083
Path: /routingDefaults/wheelchairAccessibility

The maximum slope as a fraction of 1.

9 percent would be 0.09

slopeExceededReluctance

Since version: 2.2Type: doubleCardinality: OptionalDefault value: 1.0
Path: /routingDefaults/wheelchairAccessibility

How much streets with high slope should be avoided.

What factor should be given to street edges, which are over the max slope. The penalty is not static but scales with how much you exceed the maximum slope. Set to negative to disable routing on too steep edges.

stairsReluctance

Since version: 2.2Type: doubleCardinality: OptionalDefault value: 100.0
Path: /routingDefaults/wheelchairAccessibility

How much stairs should be avoided.

Stairs are not completely excluded for wheelchair users but severely punished. This value determines how much they are punished. This should be a very high value as you want to only include stairs as a last result.

Config Example

// router-config.json
{
  "routingDefaults" : {
    "numItineraries" : 12,
    "transferPenalty" : 0,
    "turnReluctance" : 1.0,
    "elevatorBoardTime" : 90,
    "elevatorBoardCost" : 90,
    "elevatorHopTime" : 20,
    "elevatorHopCost" : 20,
    "bicycle" : {
      "speed" : 5,
      "reluctance" : 5.0,
      "boardCost" : 600,
      "walk" : {
        "reluctance" : 10.0,
        "stairsReluctance" : 150.0
      },
      "rental" : {
        "pickupCost" : 120,
        "dropOffTime" : "30s",
        "dropOffCost" : 30
      },
      "parking" : {
        "time" : "1m",
        "cost" : 120
      },
      "triangle" : {
        "safety" : 0.4,
        "flatness" : 0.3,
        "time" : 0.3
      }
    },
    "car" : {
      "reluctance" : 10,
      "decelerationSpeed" : 2.9,
      "accelerationSpeed" : 2.9,
      "rental" : {
        "pickupCost" : 120,
        "dropOffTime" : "30s",
        "dropOffCost" : 30
      },
      "parking" : {
        "time" : "5m",
        "cost" : 600
      }
    },
    "scooter" : {
      "speed" : 5,
      "reluctance" : 5.0,
      "rental" : {
        "pickupCost" : 120,
        "dropOffTime" : "30s",
        "dropOffCost" : 30
      },
      "triangle" : {
        "safety" : 0.4,
        "flatness" : 0.3,
        "time" : 0.3
      }
    },
    "walk" : {
      "speed" : 1.3,
      "reluctance" : 4.0,
      "stairsReluctance" : 1.65,
      "boardCost" : 600,
      "escalatorReluctance" : 1.5
    },
    "waitReluctance" : 1.0,
    "otherThanPreferredRoutesPenalty" : 300,
    "transferSlack" : 120,
    "boardSlackForMode" : {
      "AIRPLANE" : "35m"
    },
    "alightSlackForMode" : {
      "AIRPLANE" : "15m"
    },
    "transitReluctanceForMode" : {
      "RAIL" : 0.85
    },
    "accessEgress" : {
      "maxDuration" : "45m",
      "maxDurationForMode" : {
        "BIKE_RENTAL" : "20m"
      },
      "maxStopCount" : 500,
      "penalty" : {
        "FLEXIBLE" : {
          "timePenalty" : "2m + 1.1t",
          "costFactor" : 1.7
        }
      }
    },
    "itineraryFilters" : {
      "transitGeneralizedCostLimit" : {
        "costLimitFunction" : "15m + 1.5 x",
        "intervalRelaxFactor" : 0.4
      },
      "nonTransitGeneralizedCostLimit" : "400 + 1.5x",
      "removeTransitWithHigherCostThanBestOnStreetOnly" : "60 + 1.3x",
      "bikeRentalDistanceRatio" : 0.3,
      "accessibilityScore" : true,
      "minBikeParkingDistance" : 300,
      "debug" : "limit-to-search-window"
    },
    "ignoreRealtimeUpdates" : false,
    "geoidElevation" : false,
    "maxJourneyDuration" : "36h",
    "unpreferred" : {
      "agencies" : [
        "HSL:123"
      ],
      "routes" : [
        "HSL:456"
      ]
    },
    "unpreferredCost" : "10m + 2.0 x",
    "streetRoutingTimeout" : "5s",
    "transferOptimization" : {
      "optimizeTransferWaitTime" : true,
      "minSafeWaitTimeFactor" : 5.0,
      "backTravelWaitTimeFactor" : 1.0,
      "extraStopBoardAlightCostsFactor" : 8.0
    },
    "wheelchairAccessibility" : {
      "trip" : {
        "onlyConsiderAccessible" : false,
        "unknownCost" : 600,
        "inaccessibleCost" : 3600
      },
      "stop" : {
        "onlyConsiderAccessible" : false,
        "unknownCost" : 600,
        "inaccessibleCost" : 3600
      },
      "elevator" : {
        "onlyConsiderAccessible" : false,
        "unknownCost" : 20,
        "inaccessibleCost" : 3600
      },
      "inaccessibleStreetReluctance" : 25,
      "maxSlope" : 0.083,
      "slopeExceededReluctance" : 1,
      "stairsReluctance" : 100
    }
  }
}