daknife wrote:The Exit right and Stay right instructions are also affected by they angle of the turn, less than 45 degrees will say "Keep right" or "Exit Right" More than 45 degrees will give a "Turn Right" command. So some of us will zoom all the way in and put a geometry node right next to the connection point to create a false 90 degree turn. I usually to this on right turn lanes to avoid ramp like instructions. It also helps avoid the keep left instructions just to go straight down the freeway. Put that micro dogleg at the beginning of the ramp and it will give the "Exit Right" command but say nothing about keeping left.
Here is an example. I'd been getting UR's about users being told to keep left when passing this interchange, so I installed a micro-dogleg and the UR's stopped. Zoom out and you can see how it looks like a normal off ramp.
Otherwise WeeeZer14 is 100% right on, but then he's been editing a few months longer than I.
Yep I quickly mentioned the angles in my reply I was working on for over an hour
Very interesting that there was a keep left instruction there since the two Freeway segments have the same name. Were they always named the same? What did the angles look like? Was it a very tight, close angle between the ramp and the Freeway segment (did the turn arrows totally overlap when you select the first Freeway segment)?