berestovskyy wrote: 1. What is the background of having just 4 nodes limit? For instance, two split roads cross at the roundabout. There are 4 "on" segments and 4 "off", but this roundabout is non-normal for Waze.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:In the latest example you gave, I'm not sure why you aren't getting a left/right prompt as those angles are quite close to 90 degrees. Unless the "angle" is calculated from the segment end-points. We haven't been given that level of detail. Here's how your angles look for segment end-to-end angles.
iainhouse wrote:^ What he said! Lost my network connection whilst trying to say that.
I still wanted to add that there is a very useful Roundabout Angle Script (which I just realised is also thanks to davipt).
If you have to deal with roundabouts frequently, it's a great tool for checking whether you'll get the turn left/turn right/straight across.
berestovskyy wrote:Thanks for the answers. Getting back to my OP: can we ask Waze to remove 4 nodes limitation or to count one-way segments separately, so split-road roundabouts would become "normal" to Waze?
berestovskyy wrote:And more controversial: can we ask Waze to determine straight/left/right on a roundabout by just analyzing the angle between in and out setments? We already have few scripts showing the angles between segments, so it would be much easier for the editors to create a normal roundabout in WME just adjusting in/out segments angles, rather than build X-Y axis.