zuckerj wrote:As far as I can tell, the whole turn thing just doesn't seem to work very well.
I "click" on both segments and it doesn't really help. I enable all turns and the restrictions stay in place. I see intersection that should have turns restricted, but nothing is there. I see other intersections that shouldn't have turn restrictions of and it is covered in restrictions.
Had two instances where, when getting off a freeway, I was told to turn the wrong direction, only to then make an immediate U-turn, or around the block U-turn. This seems to be a restricted turn issue to me, but I can't fix.
The good news Jz is that it does work very well, but you just have to wrap your head around a few ideas, and avoid some quirks. You sound smart so I don't think this will be a problem for you.
will get you started.
Use http://www.waze.com/wiki/index.php/How_ ... ap_editing
to set up Cartouche. Note that the Restricted Turns layer is almost useless, so don't use it. The key is the Highlight connectivity.
So as you have figured out, every road is connected to another by a junction. Each junction specifies what direction turns are allowed.
Now the first step is make all the one-way roads one-way (in the right direction) and the two-way roads, two-way.
Then click on the junction, and choose Enable all Turns on the Edit panel. This will not allow turns that are not permitted because of one-way roads.
Next if necessary, apply any turn restrictions. To do this, click on the road you are coming from, hold down the CTRL key and then click on the road you are not allowed to turn into. Then choose Create turn restriction from the Edit panel. Repeat for each turn that is restricted.
Remember it will take a few days (up to a week if the servers are not up to speed) for the changes to come through to your phone.