The problem is not in this area... it most likely is further down I-205, but without knowing the final destination we can't simulate the drive to figure out where the issue is.
I did modify the ramps to not allow straight across on the ramps, but that is to avoid a completely unrelated issue. I'm marking the URs as "not identified", so hopefully they will visit the forums with more details.
Hey RallyChris, thanks for the reply. I ran into this on my trip from Sacramento to San Jose. I'm sure the same routing would happen if you started on I-5 and I-205 then ended at I-680 and I-580 (Pleasanton). (Is there a way to simulate this?)
It wanted me to exit south bound and catch the northbound on-ramp of the merging freeway (I-580 I believe). Made now sense at all.
Permission model is covered in the wiki, but in general.
Non area manager, can edit any road that is not locked in their permission area (where they have driven, and the server has been able to process it correctly). locked roads, you need to be the same level (cones) as the person that last edited the segment.
Area managers, can override locks in their area
Country managers, are area managers with an automatic coverage of the whole country.