khaytsus wrote:I'd also make that second left restricted. There's no reason someone should turn left from that connector.
Timbones wrote:Can this problem be fixed (or at least moved elsewhere) by making that U-turn segment less than 15m and un-named?
Catching up on the forums so I'm late to the party, but I'd say that situation (missing a turn) should NOT be directly handled by Waze. If a driver missed a turn, it is up to them to find a place to turn around -- or just follow a new route. What if the road at the bowtie was blocked off for construction or an accident? Sending the driver back to it won't help. Heck, they could be set into an infinite loop passing through that bow tie over and over again as the driver ignores the turn and Waze just tells them to u-turn and try again.ncc1701v wrote:Digressing from the original intent ... suppose I'm coming to the bowtie from the south and I miss my turn? There are definitely reasons why someone might turn left up there.
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