joshellis625 wrote:sweet baby jesus I have never seen so many SRP's before.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:If Wazers continually get stuck in the back-ups waiting a long time to make a difficult turn, then Waze will eventually have that data and be less likely to give that turn instruction at the times of day where it finds traversing that segment-to-segment pair is very slow. I say let the data do the work.
Mike-1323 wrote:This routing down dead end streets has me wondering if the terminal junction on the segment is corrupt or has some connectivity issues. I've noticed that sometimes the JNF script will actually 'fix' the terminal node on a dead end even though the highlights scrip doesn't indicate anything's wrong. I think a self connected terminal node may cause, or at least allow, this type of route to come out of the server.
CBenson wrote:shawndoc wrote:Nah, its just that dead end segments are the only place Waze officially supports U-Turns. So if Waze wants the user to go back the other direction, and there's no "around the block" routes it can give them, it sends them to the closest dead end to turn around.
I don't believe that this is true. First, its not like waze gives a U-turn instruction on dead end segments. Second, there are plenty of time that waze does not send me to the closest dead end to turn around, but rather passes up several dead end roads to turn around on another.