One standard down, only a million to go!
With the exception of Ramps that lead into rest areas and weigh stations which may go directly into streets or parking lot roads?
gettingthere wrote:Aren't some editos using Service Roads for Alleys?
If they are, they're misunderstanding the definition of Service Roads as service alleys which is a totally different thing.
Some of the basemap imports used Service Roads as U-turns, right turn shortcuts and a couple of other things that I can't think of right now.https://www.waze.com/editor/?zoom=4&lat ... TFFTFTTTTT
This is a service road that's set as a Minor Highway. The whole thing is the Westbank Expressway, or US-90 Bus. The blue part is elevated limited access, and the yellow part is ground level service road. You can travel the entire length of it at ground level at 35-45 MPH speed limit with 3 lanes, and that's how you access any businesses on the expressway. The ground level roads are labeled "Westbank Expressway" on the modern signs, but if you look closely, you can still see some very old black and white signs on utility poles set far off the road that actually say "Service Rd", which date back to before the elevated expressway was built.
To top it all off, the elevated portion is labeled "I-49 future corridor" and it's currently an unsigned interstate called I-910, but nobody's supposed to know that. Recently it's name has been changed to the "Harry Lee Expressway", but there's only one sign indicating that and it hasn't caught on.
For now, I'm leaving it exactly as it is.