sketch wrote:That section of town is completely ridiculous. Nice work trying to tame it, I'll keep an eye on it.
"Cross St" is kind of a colloquialism. Perhaps "Unnamed road"?
sketch wrote:Now that I'm looking at it, that segment is actually signed as "to I-10 East".
I'm wondering what we should name those two segments of Pontchartrain Blvd that come right off Metairie Rd. They're prominently signed for I-10 and are used most often for access to I-10. We'd have to consider, however, that the lakebound segment is signed as "to I-10" from City Park Ave (because of the no-left-turn ahead) and "to I-10 West" from the Metairie side.
sketch wrote:Also, what's the reasoning behind this little guy? https://www.waze.com/editor/?zoom=8&lat ... s=63675043 Is that to trick the oft-ignored turn restriction?
Is that something we should consider using with other stubborn ones, like Carrollton at Palmetto and at Earhart?
jasonh300 wrote:Well, I did those as Pontchartrain Blvd because there are signs...you have to look hard for them though...and specifically for the people who have to navigate through all that but aren't actually going to I-10.
jasonh300 wrote:I did the same at Tulane and Carrollton, but I undid it after I learned about the reverse connectivity bug, and there hasn't been another UR there. That may be all that's necessarly to fix those other intersections. (I had Carrollton and Earhart set wrong, because I thought it was a time restricted turn...it's working properly now.)
jasonh300 wrote:I kept finding the left turn enabled there, so I eliminated the junction. Even with the turns disabled, Waze still wanted you to make the left. It might've had something to do with reverse connectivity, but at the time, I did this, it worked, and no automatic process could undo it. It's based on an intersection that banished created that eliminates some of the junctions...you can see one if you look at the corner of Terry Parkway and Belle Chasse Hwy.
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