SuperDave1426 wrote:AlanOfTheBerg wrote:I would like to see "2-way ramp" removed from the error list for US.
Why? Where in the US is a freeway ramp ever two-way? <puzzled look>
dbraughlr wrote:The rumor was that two-way ramps have caused routing issues.
I don't know the history of the rumor and have no good way to disprove or prove it.
dbraughlr wrote:When the on-ramp is restricted (closed), will Waze route the wrong way for a short distance over the off ramp to reach the highway?
CBenson wrote:It may actually effect the user when the endpoint of the route is on one of the two segments that connects the same two junctions.
sketch wrote:Notice the lack of the "keep left" instruction onto the freeway.
CBenson wrote:AlanOfTheBerg wrote:sketch wrote:Notice the lack of the "keep left" instruction onto the freeway.
It's because the angle wasn't steep enough at the time. Now it does do as you'd expect and say "stay left".
I don't think any angle would give a stay left instruction if the two segments in the permalink were ramp segments. The road type continuity would make the ramp to the highway the best continuation and suppress the instruction.
SuperDave1426 wrote:Me, personally, my concern here is that it could very well be one of those things where at one time it was, in fact, a problem. But now it may not be; they may have fixed that issue. My question is: Have there been any recent examples of this being a problem?
SuperDave1426 wrote:Question: In cases such as those, wouldn't it just make more sense to make them two-way streets until get to the point where it actually splits into on/off ramps attaching to the freeway? Is there a reason why that stretch of road segment must be type ramp?
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