https://descartes.waze.com/live/?zoom=4 ... TTTTTTTTTT
The satellite imagery from Bing may not yet showing your apartment complex if it is in one of those empty lots. Otherwise get us closer to the actual complex by zooming in from the link above and post a new Permalink following my previous instructions.
It's not like G-Maps and G-Nav (which is this guy's "all the other gps apps" since it's the only one that does have it) is all that great on getting updates out.gettingthere wrote:Yep, likely. No GPS points in the Waze map editor yet.
Best option at this point is to record the roads with the client using the bulldozer, waiting until they appear on the map, and editing/naming them. No copy copy from other mapping services.
bgodette wrote:This right here[/url] is still on-going construction, however that aerial is maybe 2 months old and it is obvious where all the roads will be. The difference here is Waze's map is accurate to reality (NB & SB SH-83 uses the overpass now, ignore the GPS points) even without a good aerial, and G-Map's, and consequently G-Nav, isn't even close any more even though they have a really good and recent aerial to work from.
Yeah they've got the parking spots for the street view cars marked already.gettingthere wrote:Wow, did you see that parking lot in the G-Maps link? Are they going to map and number each space next?
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