Hi

I am trying to find out the shortest path between a point (which is projected to equal distance) and some school locations. I have built a network layer using Fairfax road and trying to load the locations as stops by using the load location tool. but whenever i try to solve it says "Stops" is on a non-traversable network element position".

I also tried the OD matrix to solve without showing the routes but it says the same. i don't understand where i did mistakes. my road layer has a restriction of 'oneway'. I also want to find out driving direction. I am really stuck and trying this for a week. What should i do now?

Any help is really appreciated.

Subrina

I am trying to find out the shortest path between a point (which is projected to equal distance) and some school locations. I have built a network layer using Fairfax road and trying to load the locations as stops by using the load location tool. but whenever i try to solve it says "Stops" is on a non-traversable network element position".

I also tried the OD matrix to solve without showing the routes but it says the same. i don't understand where i did mistakes. my road layer has a restriction of 'oneway'. I also want to find out driving direction. I am really stuck and trying this for a week. What should i do now?

Any help is really appreciated.

Subrina

Have you tried turning off your one-way restriction on the route layer and re-solving? If you're able to solve with it off, it could be a problem with the one-way restriction evaluator. If you have other restriction attributes, also try turning them off.

Consider symbolizing restrictions on your network to get a better idea of what edges are blocked. See the section entitled "Symbolizing restrictions with arrows" of this help topic.

One other thing to try is the Network Identify tool on the Network Analyst toolbar. Use it to click on Fairfax Road to see the street's network attributes. In particular, see what the network cost is for the attribute you're solving on. If it's a -1 (or less), then this is causing your edge to be restricted.

Good luck, and please let me know how it goes.

Robert