Good concept, but unfortunately it's generating update requests based on old data. For instance, there is a bridge under construction near me and I disconnected its segment 6 weeks ago. Waze now tells me that people are ignoring its directions to go over that bridge, but Waze cannot have been giving those instructions since 6 weeks ago.
Similarly, a lot of the requests I'm seeing are where Waze has suggested a shortcut through a parking lot, which I thought it wasn't supposed to do. The edit dates on the parking lots suggest that perhaps it was only recently changed to Parking Lot Road (I wish we could see more of the edit history details for segments).
So, in many cases the problem isn't identifiable because it was already fixed long ago. In a lot of other cases the routing is technically legal but is one of those cases where Waze suggests something that most people just don't want to do, such as making a right-turn plus a U-turn instead of a left turn.
For these cases where there is obviously nothing useful that can be done, should I mark them as Solved or Unidentified? I've seen other threads where it is suggested that unidentified system-generated requests are thrown to staff editors; On one hand I wouldn't want them to waste time on something that can't be fixed, but on the other hand if they saw some of the routes that are ignored just because users dislike the routing they might be able to give useful feedback to the routing engine developers.