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Standard [[Walking trail|WT]]/[[Pedestrian Boardwalk|PB]] locking is on '''L1''', except when these roads are part of a complex routing structure. If so, the roads should be locked on '''L3'''. <br />
 
Standard [[Walking trail|WT]]/[[Pedestrian Boardwalk|PB]] locking is on '''L1''', except when these roads are part of a complex routing structure. If so, the roads should be locked on '''L3'''. <br />
 
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Non-drivable roads lock level

Standard WT/PB locking is on L1, except when these roads are part of a complex routing structure. If so, the roads should be locked on L3.

A complex routing structure refers to the role non-drivable roads play in the routing to destinations: where disconnecting a WT or PB can lead to a less favorable routing endpoint. Since the introduction of parking place suggestions based on walking time, it is important to connect PB's in a correct manner.

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