pinpusher wrote:Per https://wiki.waze.com/wiki/Illinois#Alleys "As a general rule, alleys should not be mapped. They clutter the map and can cause routing issues." Chicago alleys should be removed, it as much quicker to remove them than to move 100,000 address pins.
Does this mean that moving address pins will resolve the problem? I ask because I've been routed through alleys several times here in Nashville, and it happened enough to make me start with WME. I've googled and done my own research, but I haven't landed on a definitive answer. If a residential house number pin is closer to the primary street than an alley, will it preclude the system from routing through alleys? Or, does the location of the pin within the property matter at all, since the routing is based on the stop point?