pub struct PathV2 {
    steps: Vec<PathStepV2>,
    req: PathRequest,
    cost: Duration,
    uber_turns: Vec<UberTurnV2>,
}
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A path between two endpoints for a particular mode. This representation is immutable and doesn’t prescribe specific lanes and turns to follow.

Fields

steps: Vec<PathStepV2>req: PathRequestcost: Durationuber_turns: Vec<UberTurnV2>

Implementations

Vehicle implementations often just calculate the sequence of roads. Turn that into PathStepV2 here.

The original PathRequest used to produce this path.

All steps in this path.

The time needed to perform this path. This time is not a lower bound; physically following the path might be faster. This time incorporates costs like using sub-optimal lanes or taking difficult turns.

Transform a sequence of roads representing a path into the current lane-based path, by picking particular lanes and turns to use.

Draws the thickened path, matching entire roads. Ignores the path’s exact starting and ending distance. Doesn’t handle contraflow yet.

Returns polygons covering the entire path. Ignores the path’s exact starting and ending distance.

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