Was there ever a resolution to this at the original spot that was causing a recalculate for all of you? When I noticed this topic, I was immediately interested, because I drive home on this route nearly every day, and I get a recalculate in one particular spot every
time. I was surprised, as I read through the thread, to find that the place you were experiencing problems was not as far east as where I do. My guess is that something you did fixed the problem you were chasing down (maybe when Dudley disconnected that one 210 segment and reconnected it the other way round?).
Anyway, here's my
It's just before passing under Wilson Ave. When I got to the editor to look at it, I found that it happens to be smack dab on top of the junction node where the Lake Ave onramp meets the 210.https://www.waze.com/editor/?zoom=7&lat ... es=3752348
I looked back at where your previous URs were popping up, and they seemed to be in a similar spot, where the Marengo Ave onramp joined the 210, just before the Los Robles Ave overpass.
Dudley, if you're still keeping up with this thread, I'm hoping you can tell me whether it was one of these two segments that you flipped B>A, A>B, and if that seemed to make the difference. It shouldn't, but then there are a lot of things in Waze editing and routing which shouldn't happen, but do...https://www.waze.com/editor/?zoom=5&lat ... 82,4462760
In the case of my persistent recalculate spot, I've noticed that this segment is one way B>A. https://www.waze.com/editor/?zoom=7&lat ... s=62055488
Looking over a number of other segments of I-210, and finding that many of them are B>A and not causing any problems (as well they shouldn't), I suspect that I am on the wrong track here, but I do find the similarity of those two UR spots to be suspiciously coincidental. Perhaps it's segment corruption, rather than directionality.
Until I found this thread, I was completely convinced that there was just something physical in the vicinity of the Wilson Ave overpass which was tugging at my GPS signal, and that it was not a mapping issue at all. Now, I'm not so sure.