stop light before under pass
McCracken808 wrote:General Error UR on the beach in Lihue, Kauai. I guess someone has some pretty high standards...
davipt wrote:dctdye wrote:McCracken808 wrote:General Error UR on the beach in Lihue, Kauai. I guess someone has some pretty high standards...
Maybe the water layer didn't include the ocean. Better go add it!
Water and beach landmarks?
davipt wrote:CBenson wrote:
Well it's all about the TTS strings. If the string is take a left at the roundabout, me as a non-native-english speaker would also complain. It could be worse, it could be "turn left"
My translation in PT is something like "at the roundabout exit to the left" with the emphasis on the "exit". But yes sometimes people will get confused. I hope none drives *through* the roundabout when the instruction is "at the roundabout continue straight"
fvwazing wrote:Yesterday, I snapped. Someone reported a missing roundabout - from his garden. Solved, next week he will find a 3m roundabout there.
gfolk wrote:Missing road (user reported)
Description: road closed
Reported on: December 27
Received 2 of these, this one made it all the way to the closure.
This road closes anytime we have a significant snowfall, like this last week (not that I truly expect out of towners to know that). This last storm created 2 avalanches with in ski areas that killed two people (a very uncommon phenomenon), so this road may not open for another week or it may open tomorrow. That's not my beef.
What are people expecting from their GPS??? If they watched or listened to any road report, they would know Emerald Bay was closed. They passed at least 2 roadside signs stating the road was closed, they had to pass at least one CALTRANS display (CMS) describing the closure and pointing them to a CALTRANS radio station that describes it in audio for them.
I can and have created breaks in the passes that won't open until spring so Waze won't route someone through there. I can't keep up with and Waze doesn't update often enough for the short term closures.
So do they really expect Waze to be so real time that it knows the road conditions better that CALTRANS? Do they drive without looking out the window? Now I know how AlanoftheBerg feels when editors don't read the Wiki.
Thanks for letting me vent, I feel better.
Users browsing this forum: rccoros