Are we talking about having a different rule for splitting when it comes to ramps than for everything else?http://www.waze.com/wiki/index.php/Best ... o-Way_Road
Yes, I get that there's an exception to every rule, but wondering if this qualifies. Nudging the angle of the I-90 E on-ramp here (https://www.waze.com/editor/?zoom=6&lat ... s=61706526
) to get a keep left TTS control instruction has merit, but I think the subject deserves wider discussion before jumping off the "exception cliff."
I don't see any URs that indicate issues with things the way they are. On heavily traffic-ed roads, I rarely act upon a single UR, anyway. I prefer to see multiple similar URs because with a high-volume of traffic, one UR doesn't mean much, e.g., is the user complaining because s/he Waze isn't action as he'd like, or is there a real problem? Three similar URs have more significance, e.g., one is an aberration, two a coincidence, three a trend.