Submitted by TickTock on June 12, 2019
TL;DR: NOA should avoid selecting routes that require an unrealistic number of lane changes in a short distance.
Long Version: Phoenix Vally, heading west on 60 to Sky Harbor Airport. NOA takes the HOV exit on to 10W which results in you having to make 5 lane changes in 1/2 mile (from the far left to the exit on the right). I doubt NOA could manage that even if there weren't any other cars on the road. Had it, instead, just taken the non-HOV exit on to 10W, it would have already been in the necessary lane. So my request is for the algorithm to look ahead and consider the number of lane changes in a given distance that result when deciding on which route to take.