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I would like to use one of pgrouting's algorithm to find the (shortest) path between 2 points with predominance for a specific type of road.

To build the data I used the osm2pgrouting.

Is there an algorithm where I could define my preferences for the road type (in table ways class_id column class_id which represents road type or in table osm_way_types)? If not how should I tweak my database? Knowing that I used the osm2pgrouting --> there is table public.osm_way_classes there is max_speed but it seems poor choice for tweaking it. I would like to leave it alone. I didn't really find anything useful in other tables. Any ideas?

@edit (second question deleted) I saw that in dijkstra algorithm there is cost in inside query. Maybe add column priority to way_classes (or way_types). And then join the table ways with table way_classes and then with table way_types. So in query there won't be ST_Length / length in cost but length * priority. What do you think?

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    It's not a bad question. Remove b and I will vote to reopen and attempt an answer – John Powell May 23 '17 at 7:31
  • @JohnPowellakaBarça done :-) – user3613919 May 23 '17 at 14:51
  • Voted to reopen. Think it needs five of us to do so. +2 so far – John Powell May 23 '17 at 15:37
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All pgRouting shortest path functions can do what you want to do. "Shortest" in pgRouting means minimum cost, which every pgRouting function allows you to define.

I recommend you the pgRouting workshop, which explains in chapter Advanced Routing Queries, how to change the cost attribute.

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