CBenson wrote:Well, a Y would give that instruction.
CBenson wrote:From the aerial images it doesn't look like a Y. But if it does when driven and a keep right instruction would be appropriate, the map could be configured to give the keep right instruction.
CBenson wrote:Its not configured on the waze map as a Y. If it were, one would get a keep right instruction to El Camino Real.
CBenson wrote:With some no-name segments you could also get a keep left to the Alameda. But I thought what was desired was a continue straight instruction.
CBenson wrote:whatnt wrote:• Example #1
After about a half of a mile, you reach an intersection where you see a green sign hanging below the arm of the traffic light with the street name "The Alameda" and a white arrow that is pointing perpendicularly to your left. The Alameda turns to the left at a traffic light. Waze did not give any sort of instruction.
You were last told to be on The Alameda. You were also told that the next road would be Lafayette St, and that it would be much further away from where you are now.
What should you do?
You should go straight. There are a large number of intersections where the road name changes when you go straight at an intersection. Thus, you should not expect that you will necessarily be turning from Alameda at your next turn. (The difference here is that there is a continuation of the name at the intersection. Given the name continuation, if we had a "continue" instruction I would agree that it would be useful here.)
CBenson wrote:Thus, you should not expect that you will necessarily be turning from Alameda at your next turn.
CBenson wrote:I guess there will always be differences of opinion, but why complain about one extra instruction? I don't see why the "keep left" would be undesirable.
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