Based on my experience as a Truck Driver (ok, it wasn't a delivery truck, it was a TV Truck, but it was the same size) - the "No Thru Trucks" restriction should NOT be made in the app unless it behaves similar to a private street (where it won't route through, but will route to a destination in a network of roads marked with the restriction).AndyPoms wrote:Also, there are two types of Truck Restriction - "No Trucks" and "No Through Trucks". The first prohibits all Trucks no matter what (like on a Parkway) the others are less restrictive - Asking Politely & the more common "No THRU Trucks" - which, in Waze terms, is essentially a private road - a truck can go to a destination on that road (or on another road that connects to it), but really shouldn't go in one side and out the other.
As a truck driver (I hold a Class B Commercial Drivers License) things like this need to be considered while deciding mapping policy.
AndyPoms wrote:We need to figure this part out...
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:My first thought was single page titled "Restrictions" or something similar, with major sections on "Turn Restrictions", "Time-based Turn Restrictions", "Traffic Restrictions", and "Vehicle Type Restrictions" and then start with our best guesses at redirects for other similar names.
Throw out some ideas.
james9becker wrote:Do the Waze masters have more info about the options for setting up traffic restrictions? I am thinking about restrictions based on truck or cargo type. Such as weight or hazardous cargo. The signs with the capital HC in a circle.
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