shawndoc wrote:This brings up an age old question: How to handle left turns that may be difficult/impossible at certain times of the day?
shawndoc wrote:These aren't time restricted turns. They're perfectly legal instructions, just hard to follow. My preference would be to close these as solved and not change anything, however I feel we may need to put something in the Wiki to refer new users to. I expect with this new auto-generated problem we'll find a lot of legal turns restricted in order to "solve" the problems.
shawndoc wrote:You are assuming they'll get backed up there, vs saying "This won't work" and making a right turn causing this error to be generated.
CrackedLCD wrote:Is this feature only in certain areas so far? I zoomed out just a little while ago and didn't see any new errors beyond the existing ones on locked roads that I cannot fix and are leaving for Level 5s in the area to handle.
I find it hard to believe we're totally error free in my region, but it would kinda awesome if it were true. There's some hard working editors around here who've really made these roads shine over the last six months or so.
bgodette wrote:There's still the uncertainty of whether the node transit time is learned only if the transit happens. If the turn is never taken during the difficult high-traffic times, it may never collect the data needed as what happens when it doesn't have data for that ToD slot but it does for other times of the day?
This is something we should bring up at the next meet if it isn't answered clearly enough before then.
outtolunch wrote:How do you clear the cache? I was working on an area with quite a few problems, but they just disappeared when I fixed one of them.
mdqueenz wrote:Seems like something changed in the editor.
There seems to be a new Automatic Detected Problem " Most users did not follow the suggested route".
All of a sudden i have hundreds pop up in my AM area (NYC, Long Island).
Did we know this was coming?
Anyway, no time to waste. Time to start resolving some problems.
mdqueenz wrote:Sure helps in detecting errors. Picks up on tons of stuff that is incorrect, yet drivers don't ever report it.
mdqueenz wrote:What does the number in the bubble represent (in the driver's actual route)? Is it the number of times that instruction has been ignored?
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