Slightly different situation. In San Francisco, there are many roads where no left turns are allowed for long stretches. I find that when a road is divided, even when I've disabled all the left turns in both directions, the navigation still directs people to turn left.
I understand that it takes some time for the "live" map to update after edits are made, but it's been at least 3-4 days, and in some cases several weeks.
Any thoughts on how to ensure the left turns are disabled so navigation won't direct people to make the illegal left turn, and/or how to get feedback on whether or not the live map has been updated? On some roads, I believe that it's probably OK to merge the divided highways, but in some places it may be difficult. Such as on Sunset Blvd, due to the width of the median... (See 1st link below.)
Or streets such as Octavia on the stretch near Market, which, has a median that's only ~10 ft wide, but adjacent roads are very close, so unsplitting the roads may cause GPS issues if the system has to debate if it's on Octavia Blvd or Octavia St. (2nd link)
Bottom line, if someone could help me understand why these left turns are being permitted by the navigation, I'd appreciate it. I imagine it has something to do with the divided highway, but can't figure why it's allowing the turns.
If I can figure this issue out, I should be able to resolve the majority of the main trouble spots in SF very soon!
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