I’m think you are aware that the forward/backward namespace is not being considered (yet?), right?
Therefore the road is being avoided even though you were allowed to use it. For example, the Kesselbergstraße is only restricted uphill, from Kochelsee to Walchensee but not in the other direction.
I have also tested the “Mickhauser Berg”
When I have tested it on Saturday, the restriction has worked. Today it doesn’t:
To be honest, I am not very happy about the current implementation. I don’t understand how the algorithm “might be closed over the next couple of days” works. (I am planning some of my trips not a couple of days before but during the winter.)
Maybe it is the reason why the Mickhauser Berg has been excluded from the route on Saturday but has been included today. It is not clear to me.
I have understood that route planning with a start date and time is too complicated.
So I try to find another solution: When the route includes a road which has conditional access restrictions then I need the information which part of the road it is and when the access is restricted. Then I can decide either to use the road (because I will use it outside of the forbidden time frame) or to manually change the route in order to avoid it.
Something like this would be fine for me:
(The white box is supposed to be a popup which is being shown after clicking on the “road sign”.)
Of course, the red marking should only be visible if the route direction is the same as the direction of the access restriction. (In this case the restriction is only valid for the direction from Münster to Birkach.)
This is only my opinion of course. What do you think about it?