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    Danny Brewer commented  · 

    Last night at National Championship game in Indianapolis, we were leaving the area and typed in our hotel address.

    WAZE kept sending us to closed roads that police had blocked off to help “get traffic out faster”.

    What if there was a way for local DOT and police could enter in a traffic plan they could modify for the hours before and after a game when they are in control of the traffic?

    The had barricades and police blocking us at more than 50% of the turns WAZE was directing us.

    We ended up going through some shady backroad subdivisions in an unknown city after midnight.

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