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An error occurred while saving the commentBrennan Pardee commented
City driving is different from suburban or freeway driving, due to increased traffic, and more importantly, unpredictable pedestrians and bikes, that are not part of Waze's data. Turning left-then right-then left-then right to save 1 minute often actually takes longer; changing lanes within one block can be impossible in heavy traffic, and waiting for pedestrians to cross the street when you want to turn negates any time savings. It may be a big process, but having a different algorithm for city rush hour driving would be beneficial.