Don't direct users to violate traffic laws
My route to work takes me to a parking garage that is accessible only from a one-way street. There is a two-way alley behind the building that leads to the one-way street, but it is on the WRONG side of the garage curb cut. Every morning Waze tells me to turn down the alley. If I did, I would have 3 choices, none of which is acceptable: 1. turn left and drive the wrong way on a one-way street; 2. drive on the sidewalk; or 3. go around the block, by-pass the alley and turn on the street that actually leads to the one-way street where the garage is located. None of these is acceptable. Why does Waze insist on telling me to turn into the alley? Just because a two-way alley exists doesn't mean it's a good idea to drive through it, especially when it doesn't lead to my destination. Waze knows the address of the parking garage, and it knows where the one-way street and alley are located in relation to that address. Waze should know that the alley isn't a viable option to access the garage and shouldn't direct users down the alley to get there.