ETA and ETR calculations misleading
I have just travelled from Stansted Airport, north of London into Central London. Initially, MapMonkey 126.96.36.1998 told me it would take about 30mins.
The problem with the calculation method is that whatever speed you are currently doing, it assumes you will continue with this speed the whole way to your destination. In my case, there was a motorway for two thirds of the journey and the remainder was 30 or 40mph roads.
My feeling is that MapMonkey should calculate it's ETA and ETR based on your current speed for the section of your route you are travelling on and to calculate the remailder based on the speed limits for those other remaining roads. This would lead to a far more accurate ETA and ETR.
Maybe I am asking too much but I noticed from the release notes that the method of calculating the ETA was completely reworked.
I am new to MapMonkey but I have to say that it was brilliant and got me to my destination perfectly - luckily I have a rough idea of what the ETA would have been.