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  • allowed U-turns must be set on a per-segment-per-end-node basis. As of March 2015[update], Waze is able to provide U-turns in a route where the U-turn arrow
    entry will include the first added (A) date and may also show the last update (U). Searching Use the table of contents to move to the top of the terms starting
    When a U turn must be restricted, but both of the left turns that make up that U turn are allowed on their own, follow the guidance in Avoiding U turns
    wider as you turn to either side. A perfect left or right turn would be 90°. A U-turn at a junction between two segments would represent a 180° turn. NO-NAME
    "optimized" by using U-turns and right turns (either continue straight, U-turn, right turn; or alternatively, immediate right turn, U-turn, continue straight)
  • 4.png 1 08:12, 8 September 2020 U-Turn in bidirectional street.JPG (file) 15 KB Yaacobyy   2 07:48, 8 September 2020 U-Turn in divided street.JPG (file)
    is no way to restrict the U-Turn movement from one one-way direction to the other since the center of the "H" carries both U-Turn traffic and traffic turning
    4.png 1 08:12, 8 September 2020 U-Turn in bidirectional street.JPG (file) 15 KB Yaacobyy   2 07:48, 8 September 2020 U-Turn in divided street.JPG (file)
    is no way to restrict the U-Turn movement from one one-way direction to the other since the center of the "H" carries both U-Turn traffic and traffic turning