jenncard wrote:Trwy = "Trueway", definitely.
Here's what I have set up to test so far (all variations on the letter E and then working backwards alphabetically):
Timbones wrote:It seems that "Cr" is being now pronounced as "Country Road", so what would be an acceptable abbreviation for "Crescent"?
jasonh300 wrote:Do you have "Trace" on your list? I drew in a new subdivision yesterday and two of the new street names were "Natchez Trace" and "Memphis Trace". I had no idea how to abbreviate them, so I just spelled them out.
R4CLucky14 wrote:With all this conflicts, why are we doing this? Wouldn't it be better to simply ask Waze to implement a TTS field, so we can actually follow the goal of making it simple to the user: matching the BGS?
sketch wrote:For the record:
"Intl" is pronounced like "Entull". It would be nice to have it pronounced as "International".
The example that led me here is doubly problematic, in fact: an exit is signed as "N.O. Intl Airport". If I label it "N.O. Intl", it'll say "North Oh Entull", but if I say "NO" it'll just be "No Entull". I'm going to label this segment "New Orleans International" for now, but it would be nice to have it somehow workable.
sketch wrote:Have you tried "Thwy" yet? That's how it's abbreviated up on the exit signs up in Baton Rouge.
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