I'm new to the Waze editor, so maybe someone can help. There's a section of Memorial Dr. in Houston roughly between Terrace and Malone where I am unable to plot any route eastbound. I see no obvious issues when I look at it in the editor. Can someone check this and let me know what needs to be done?
twentw, do you know about the Shift-Z keyboard shortcut? If you press that, you can see all the restricted turns in the current viewing area of the map at once, but you won't necessarily be able to tell with which segments of a junction they are associated. Use shift-z to quickly spot suspicious restrictions, the press it again to put everything back to normal, so you can click on each of the segments around where you saw red arrows and verify the restrictions. It's a good quick way to spot some of the problems that get in the way of logical routing.
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ottonomy wrote:... do you know about the Shift-Z keyboard shortcut... It's a good quick way to spot some of the problems that get in the way of logical routing.
It's also a way for careless editors to go "fix" all the red arrows thinking that anything red needs fixing. Just because it is red doesn't mean it needs fixing. Shift+z does not show which segment the turn is restricted from, and that's really extremely important. You have to turn off Shift+z and select the segments connected to the junction a red arrow is pointing from to find out if the restriction is valid or if it needs to be allowed.