Example of Reverse connection causing issues

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Re: Example of Reverse connection causing issues

Postby rottielover » Wed Dec 12, 2012 3:30 pm

https://www.waze.com/editor/?zoom=7&lat=38.79663&lon=-90.75718&layers=BFTFFTTTFTTTTTTTTTTTTFT&segments=26666889
Average speed for segment
A->B: 90km/h (55.9mph)
B->A: 18km/h (11.2mph)


This is a one way segment B->A . It's 46 meters long, and has 90 deg turns at both ends. I highly doubt anyone is doing 56 mph the wrong way on this short segment.

I have noted that the WME Color Highlight script seems to have a bug that puts the decimal point in the wrong place as well. You'll see 4000 mph when it should be 40.

However I am still finding segments that have skewed speeds.
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Re: Example of Reverse connection causing issues

Postby rottielover » Wed Dec 12, 2012 4:16 pm

vickimachado wrote:Thanks.

The instructions on correcting errors displayed by the highlighter script says only to hit the "Q" to begin the reset process. Is the "W" necessary, too?


Q = keyboard shortcut for the "Disallow all turns" button
W = keyborad shortcut for "Allow all turns" button

The fix for these is to dis-allow , then allow the turns and set the proper turn restrictions.

I made a YouTube video on how to do it:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IFNXGQjA4kc
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Re: Example of Reverse connection causing issues

Postby rottielover » Wed Dec 12, 2012 5:53 pm

Someone resolved the user complaints without fixing the revcon nodes :(

Can I get a level 5 to please take this section of I-70 and clean those up (hopefully before I get more user complaints) ;)
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Re: Example of Reverse connection causing issues

Postby vickimachado » Wed Dec 12, 2012 2:58 pm

We have those littering our area, in spots. I remove them where I have the permission levels in the hopes that it will help some of our goofy routing. I also assume that Waze tries to route around areas like this, but it would be cool to understand the effect of errors like this.
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Re: Example of Reverse connection causing issues

Postby vickimachado » Wed Dec 12, 2012 3:45 pm

I wish I knew how reverse connection and other errors are caused, so I don't create new ones!
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Re: Example of Reverse connection causing issues

Postby vickimachado » Wed Dec 12, 2012 4:06 pm

Thanks.

The instructions on correcting errors displayed by the highlighter script says only to hit the "Q" to begin the reset process. Is the "W" necessary, too?
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Re: Example of Reverse connection causing issues

Postby vickimachado » Wed Dec 12, 2012 7:38 pm

So, I click the Q key as the hover-over instructions say, the arrows turn red and I go around clicking them individually on all sides (in most cases, I'm correcting intersections allowing four-way turns).

Even when I have to pull apart the segments to purge the error (always, in the case of the U-turn errors), the arrows when reassembled default to red, and I set them individually. I'm not understanding where the W-key step is needed. :?:
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Re: Example of Reverse connection causing issues

Postby vickimachado » Wed Dec 12, 2012 8:33 pm

ArlenBystander wrote:The W key will enable all turns (turning the arrows green). For intersections where all turns are allowed, this is much easier than clicking on 8 (or more) arrows. Even for intersections where most of the turns are allowed, it's much easier to allow all turns and then disable the few that aren't needed.


Gotcha. Might have known I was taking the long way to accomplish the same thing! :roll:

And Blaze, hope that's right about most problems being a relic of Cartouche.
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Re: Example of Reverse connection causing issues

Postby vickimachado » Wed Dec 12, 2012 9:43 pm

Good to know the time I've spent clearing soft turns hasn't been wasted! :D
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