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Re: State Rte 27

Tue Nov 13, 2012 2:54 am

PhantomSoul wrote:PS - To me, limited access highway (or freeway) is the most obvious type and means two things: 1) No intersections, whether signaled or not, and 2) No store driveways that are not partitioned off into a discrete service road.

This makes roads like SR-24 (east of I-287) and SR-18 (south of US-9) and all interstates Waze Freeways, while roads like US-1, SR-17, or SR-4 (east of SR-208) and SR-208 would be Waze Major Highways because they either have intersections or non-partitioned-off driveways/direct turns into neighboring subdivision streets.

In general, I think most people will agree in most cases that Waze Freeway = Limited Access. The other types seem to be open to interpretation and not locked into design specs (as an exaggeration, otherwise states in the south would have no Major Hwys and states in the north east would have no Minor Hwys ;) ) but Freeway seems to be the most connected to a physical characteristic.

So I hope your SR-24 and SR-18 examples are still shown as Freeways as I set them in the past ;)

Re: State Rte 27

Fri Nov 16, 2012 4:55 am

Anyone know how the construction at the eastern end of 133 is going? I had tried to edit it blindly to match some UR paths back in September.

Re: State Rte 27

Fri Nov 16, 2012 6:03 pm

Yeah I know it is connected to (literally and figuratively) the new exit 8, I was just too lazy to search for a project update :D
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