-Thanks Tim for replying! I have to say I tend to agree with you but also that skbun has a very valid point in his last post.
In Copenhagen I tried fixing a UR with a weird routing - and it turned out the segment had 8 (eight!!!) reverse connections and 2 u-turns (its a 167 m long segment) and also many of the neighboor segments had similar issues (maybe only 3- 6 reverse connections). I have not even looked at the soft turns - I agree they are way less important (at least initially).
I have highlighted two example sections in the link if anyone cares to have a look
The area is not fixed yet - simply gone on the To Do list...
The shorter stretch is an example of a segment that still has issues - while the longer stretch and its immediate connections has been fixed, but for connectivity only - not geometry and turn restrictions - the latter requires a field trip because of Metro/underground construction in the area leading to closed roads and changed turns.
Poke around and many issues turn up - remember the checkmark in Turn Warnings for Selected nodes https://world.waze.com/editor/?lon=12.5 ... ,103930612