Routing against prohibited turn, Logansport, IN

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Routing against prohibited turn, Logansport, IN

Postby Boiler_81 » Tue Nov 20, 2012 3:09 pm

https://www.waze.com/editor/?zoom=5&lat=40.75616&lon=-86.32484&layers=BFTFFTTTTTTFTTTTTTTTTFT&segments=16775976

This is a user reported error, the map has the proper turn restictions but the user was routed to turn at at prohibited turn
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Re: Routing against prohibited turn, Logansport, IN

Postby Boiler_81 » Tue Nov 20, 2012 6:39 pm

Thank You for the direction. I did as you suggested and cleared the UR.

You are correct, George St is two way. I made that change as well.

Supernovareborn wrote:Since waze uses a penalty-based system for routing it is possible for routing against restricted turns. This becomes even more likely when there are so called "soft-restrictions" in place. I don't see anyone thing that sticks out (there's a bunch of little things, but you can say that about any area). Try clicking on the intersection node and using the Q key to set all restrictions to not permitted and then the W key to re-enable all. After this go back and set the appropriate turn restrictions. This will clear out any soft-turn restrictions.

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As a side note: is this street really one-way? https://www.waze.com/editor/?zoom=5&lat ... s=68969251 The aerial imagery appears to show a broken yellow line and cars driving against the set direction (outdated perhaps?)
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Re: Routing against prohibited turn, Logansport, IN

Postby Supernovareborn » Tue Nov 20, 2012 4:07 pm

Since waze uses a penalty-based system for routing it is possible for routing against restricted turns. This becomes even more likely when there are so called "soft-restrictions" in place. I don't see anyone thing that sticks out (there's a bunch of little things, but you can say that about any area). Try clicking on the intersection node and using the Q key to set all restrictions to not permitted and then the W key to re-enable all. After this go back and set the appropriate turn restrictions. This will clear out any soft-turn restrictions.

-Supernovareborn

As a side note: is this street really one-way? https://www.waze.com/editor/?zoom=5&lat ... s=68969251 The aerial imagery appears to show a broken yellow line and cars driving against the set direction (outdated perhaps?)
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