kentsmith9 wrote:This may be wrong, but the Wiki claims otherwise here.
CBenson wrote:I must not be understanding what you are saying, because that's not how waze has ever worked for me.
mH, MH or Fwy splits don't say "exit" for when the angle of deflections is less than 45 degrees, they "stay to left/right at . . ." on my phone. However, if departing a mH, MH or Fwy segment with a deflection of less than 45 degrees to a PS, S or R, I do get an "exit right" instruction.
CBenson wrote:Maybe this discussion needs its own thread, but I'm currently looking for examples of Fwy to MH, Fwy to mH, and MH to mH. I had thought these said "keep right" rather than "exit."
PhantomSoul wrote:As far as jughandles are concerned, this latest development would, to me, support keeping the ramp type, since an "exit" TTS instruction is undoubtedly more appropriate when approaching one regardless of what type of road it connects to or from.
CBenson wrote:Alan amended his theory to say any lower road type will cause an "exit" instruction but that is not correct in my experience either. A minor highway off of a major highway at a lesser angle gives me a "keep right" instruction.
The bottom line is that using ramp type has everything to do with getting an exit instruction. If you use a major highway or minor highway type for the jughandle, I do not get an exit instruction (if the main road is a freeway or highway). If you use a ramp for the jughandle, I do get an exit instruction.
PhantomSoul wrote:If the cross street is a primary street, then the standard at-grade connector rule says to use primary street for the connector, regardless of the main road type. Would that primary street fork approaching the connector say "exit right" or "keep right"?
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:TTS says "exit" whenever the parent segment is mH, MH or Fwy and the angle of departure is as stated. The road type of the departing segment has no bearing on TTS.
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