gofasters4 wrote:Out of curiosity, I am looking at this UR. https://www.waze.com/editor/?zoom=7&lat=41.72349&lon=-72.80987&layers=TBFTFFTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTFTT&segments=8983037
1. The highlighted segment disallows a right turn onto the ramp but Waze still routed them that way.
2. The highlighted segment is typed 'ramp' but it really isn't, as it's a continuation of Farmington Ave.
CBenson wrote:3. Why is the turn icon a keep left icon?
No. If I understand the intersection, the southbound/westbound traffic on Farmington is allowed to turn left onto the eastbound ramp. You need the junction for this turn.AlanOfTheBerg wrote:It's just a bad route. Who knows. Easy way to prevent it: remove the junction of the E-W ramp from the "loop" ramp. I see no reason for it to exist unless the westbound traffic is allowed to u-turn. Just bridge the segments over/under each other and remove the possibility to produce such a route.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:Because of the angle. I think you mean to ask "why is there no turn right instruction at all?" That's puzzling. But my suggestion above will remove the possibility.
AndyPoms wrote:This has to be a new bug in the engine... I've been through there - going both straight and left - many, many times (not recently though) and this hasn't happened before...
CBenson wrote:Upon further reflection, I believe that waze does not always correctly mark the route where two segments connect the same two nodes.
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