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Re: [sumo-user] pedestrian teleporting to opposite side at junctions

What you are seeing is the "fallback" behavior of pedestrians when the network doesn't have the required infrastructure.
Walkingareas are added automatically once you define at least one crossing in your network (
Most likely, you'll want some automation though:

Am Do., 17. März 2022 um 02:48 Uhr schrieb Sasan Amini <aminissn@xxxxxxxxx>:
Dear all,

I am modelling a multimodal network including pedestrians and I observe a strange behavior in one direction for pedestrians: they are all teleported to the opposite side of the road once they reach the traffic light (shown by the red arrow). I am not sure how to define walking areas and crossings in NETEDIT to avoid such behavior, but I was also under the impression that connections work similarly to vehicles. Is this expected because pedestrians are free to move inside the junction?
P.S. The network is partially from OSM. I have added the sidewalks manually in NETEDIT together with the connections at the intersections. 


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