Quando si seleziona un segmento stradale, nel pannello a sinistra del WME appare una casella denominata Nearby HOV. Se si posiziona il puntatore del mouse sopra il punto interrogativo affiancato alla casella, appare un messaggio; in esso si ricorda che la casella deve essere selezionata se il segmento appena selezionato è affiancato ad un distinto segmento, utilizzato quest'ultimo come corsia riservata ai mezzi pubblici o a veicoli con più passeggeri (denominati in inglese HOV).
Questo assicura che l'errore di posizionamento del GPS sia tenuto in considerazione quando viene calcolato il tempo di una rotta.
La stessa casella non è invece da selezionare per i segmenti che riproducono corsie riservate.
Le corsie riservate devono essere impostate per mezzo delle restrizioni.
Quando aggiungi una nuova restrizione, puoi scegliere se applicarla all'intero segmento, alla corsia sinistra, centrale o destra, relativamente ai mezzi Bus, Express, Fast, HOT, HOV (solo alcune tipologie sono presenti in Italia). Questa informazione sarà usata per le indicazioni vocali.
Day of the week selection incl. select all/none Range of hours incl. All day Applies every week or date range Driving is prohibited/allowed/toll-free for Prohibited: Either All vehicles or only specified vehicle types (same types as before)[/color] Allowed: When clicking on ‘+’ you can add a rule through drop-down selection. Each row is a rule. You can mix and match between the following criteria (up to 3 for each rule): Vehicle type - when clicking on the buttons created, a dropdown appears & a vehicle type can be selected.Clean air vehicle will become an option here. Minimum Passengers - min 2 passengers, min. 3 passengers, min. 4 passengers Requires a pass - You will be able to select the name of subscription pass here. Toll-Free: This means that a toll-road would become free according to the defined rule. Setting the rules works in the same way as ‘allowed’.
[11:40] nelle restrizioni, si possono individuare i casi di scambio carreggiata (edited)
Vincenzo [13:45] FAQ - most of them will only be relevant when the full feature is released! :wink:
How should I map new special lane types? If you cannot cross lanes (physically separated lane or separator line is solid/double lines) map as separate segment If you can cross between lanes (separator line is dashed) map as one segment. Checkbox ‘Nearby HOV’ - This checkbox should be marked if a segment is next to a separated segment marked as HOV or bus lane. This ensures GPS deviation is taken into account when creating ETA. This flag should not be marked on actual HOV roads.
If we map an HOV lane on the same segment as the main lanes, will Waze be collecting separate speed data for the different lane types? Yes! We will build 2 speed measurements furing the restricted time. This will allow us to give different ETA for the options existing on the same segment.
How should I use the ‘nearby HOV’ checkbox? What is the recommended distance? For now it’s best to use it only when HOV lanes are very close & run in parallel for an extended period to the main lane of the highway. This will help us separate ETA for segments that could potentially have confusing GPS signals. As GPS signal strength can vary we cannot recommend a specific distance. If you’re unsure whether a segment should be marked as nearby HOV, please ask your community coordinator to get in touch with Waze Staff to consult. A good indicator for using the ‘nearby HOV’ checkbox, is seeing GPS points jumping back and forth between segments.
I want to add multiple conditions for an HOV lane that include AND & OR rules (i.e.: Lane is free for private cars holding a pass or 2+ HOV). Can i do that? Yes! Essentially every line on the allowed or toll-free section represent an “AND” condition. Every row represents an “OR” condition.
How do the number of passengers in the restriction model fit in? Vehicle type & subscription passes will be selected and set by the users in the app. Number of passengers will be shown in the navigation preview and let the drivers decide if we fulfill this criteria. We don’t expect users to enter possibly varying passenger numbers for every drive.
What happens when I select multiple segments? Restrictions which apply to only some of the selected segments are grouped in a different table in the restrictions summary/ Hovering on such restriction will also show a “apply to all” button
What about turn restrictions? The new UI & restrictions will be applicable for turn restrictions as well.
Toll-free vs. toll-road confuses me - help! When adding a toll-free restriction, the toll road checkbox cannot be checked. There is a tool-tip pointing this out.
What about the toll-free rules when multiple segments are selected? If one of the segments has a toll free restriction, the toll-road checkbox is disabled If you use ‘apply all’, all toll-road checkboxes will become unchecked.