From what I've been reading, that's the recommended way, and it would reduce the amount of reported errors, while still not allowing WAZE to route commuters down those roads. Or can WAZE still route to a private road?
For the downtown bus route, the intersections have no turns allowed at all, why not allow the bus route to go straight through, but keep the intersecting roads from turning on to it?
Jamaroon wrote:I see, I was thinking private wouldn't be allowed at all.
As for Graham, I didn't mean the intersecting streets, I meant allow Graham to go straight through the intersections. For ex, Graham at Hargrave, allow Graham to continue to the next portion of Graham but not turn onto Hargrave. The turn restrictions are right for Hargrave and Donald etc. That would at least cut down on the turn restriction errors generated by Waze for that area at least.
I remember reading from one of them recently that there is a HUGE penalty for *exiting* a private road -- so much that Waze won't use it in routing unless it is absolutely necessary in order to make it to the destination...
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