bgodette wrote:Yes lets completely ignore the rest of the thread after that list and go on a trip of hyperbole. That list has been proved to be in disagreement with how routing actually works with a well edited map with sufficient user density.
I think this is the crux- Waze does not tell us if our local area is well-edited with sufficient user density. When I visited Los Angeles a couple of months ago, I found Waze capable of re-routing me to other routes to avoid major traffic crunches. In my home market of Honolulu, with settings of fastest & avoid major highways non-selected, Waze will usually offer only the one east-west interstate as a route, ignoring primary streets and minor highways. I usually use the navigation only for the graphic traffic bar, then turn it off.