dazrfc93 wrote:I'd disconnect the road anyway , I'm just saying would dis-allowing a turn not do the same job and save you the time and effort of re-connecting it later on ?
That depends on your definition of "effort." This is how I see it:
A turn restriction change for a 3-way intersection involves selecting each segment and restricting the turn from both. With a click to save, that's 5 clicks. For a 4-way intersection, 7 clicks. For a disconnect, you select the segment to be closed, click-drag the end point away from the intersection and save. That's 3 clicks.
Does it "look" better with the turn restriction method because the road is still there and all? Yeah, I guess so. But with that junction in place, you still give Waze the potential to route over the "closed" road. With a disconnect, there's no chance at all because the connection is broken.
It's your call.