CBenson wrote: MReiser4670 wrote:This intersection
is even more complicated, but the type of layout does resolve most if not all of these issues. Take a REALLYCLOSE look at the junctions to see the detail.
I don't understand how this intersection would solve my routing problem. Both routes in my example (simply making the left turn or making a right turn / U-turn) are valid permitted routes. Its just that the right/U-turn makes no sense from a practical routing perspective. What waze is essentially doing is giving this route
. I don't see that your intersection would prevent this.
I have to admit, when I looked at this Saturday night, it was routed correctly so I guess I misunderstood what was happening. I didn't re-check it before I posted my examples, and now that I see it, I don't think they'll help.
The only possible thing I noticed is that on the Live Map, the section of East West Blvd between the two sets of lanes of Gov Ritchie Hwy has an avg speed of 0 mph. I realize that info isn't necessarily what Waze uses, but it may have some merit. Perhaps deleting and rebuilding the 3 segments from before the intersection through the turn may help?