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    Root Cause Analysis

    1. java.lang.IllegalStateException

      Calculating time should not require to read speed from edge in wrong direction. Reverse:true, fwd:false, bwd:false

      at com.graphhopper.routing.Path.calcMillis()
    2. GraphHopper
      AbstractRoutingAlgorithm.calcPaths
      1. com.graphhopper.routing.Path.calcMillis(Path.java:253)
      2. com.graphhopper.routing.ch.Path4CH.expandEdge(Path4CH.java:56)
      3. com.graphhopper.routing.ch.Path4CH.expandEdge(Path4CH.java:96)
      4. com.graphhopper.routing.ch.Path4CH.expandEdge(Path4CH.java:96)
      5. com.graphhopper.routing.ch.Path4CH.expandEdge(Path4CH.java:103)
      6. com.graphhopper.routing.ch.Path4CH.expandEdge(Path4CH.java:96)
      7. com.graphhopper.routing.ch.Path4CH.expandEdge(Path4CH.java:96)
      8. com.graphhopper.routing.ch.Path4CH.expandEdge(Path4CH.java:96)
      9. com.graphhopper.routing.ch.Path4CH.expandEdge(Path4CH.java:103)
      10. com.graphhopper.routing.ch.Path4CH.processEdge(Path4CH.java:46)
      11. com.graphhopper.routing.PathBidirRef.extract(PathBidirRef.java:92)
      12. com.graphhopper.routing.DijkstraBidirectionRef.extractPath(DijkstraBidirectionRef.java:130)
      13. com.graphhopper.routing.AbstractBidirAlgo.calcPath(AbstractBidirAlgo.java:64)
      14. com.graphhopper.routing.AbstractRoutingAlgorithm.calcPaths(AbstractRoutingAlgorithm.java:120)
      14 frames
    3. com.graphhopper.routing
      ViaRoutingTemplate.calcPaths
      1. com.graphhopper.routing.template.ViaRoutingTemplate.calcPaths(ViaRoutingTemplate.java:110)
      1 frame
    4. GraphHopper
      GraphHopper.route
      1. com.graphhopper.GraphHopper.calcPaths(GraphHopper.java:1098)
      2. com.graphhopper.GraphHopper.route(GraphHopper.java:1003)
      2 frames