WeeeZer14 wrote:So what would "consistent with the state's approach" mean in TN where State Routes are defined under the State Highway code of law, the DOT puts up signs that say "SR-xx" for detours, and lay people seem to generally use "Highway xx" with no distinction for US vs. state?
txemt wrote:There is no rhyme....or reason.
txemt wrote:andrewfatcat wrote:txemt wrote:Take a look at these 4 permalinks:
I-37 S in San Antonio and click on the northbound lane, too.
https://www.waze.com/editor/?zoom=6&lat ... s=62063460
I-45 in Houston
https://www.waze.com/editor/?zoom=3&lat ... s=47488912
I-45 in Madisonville, Tx
https://www.waze.com/editor/?zoom=2&lat ... s=67774082
I-45 in Centerville, Tx
https://www.waze.com/editor/?zoom=2&lat ... s=67774297
If you look at all four of road segments, they're all named differently, with 37 and 45 (Houston) being named the same. 37 and 35 both show shields in San Antonio, but 35 stops showing shields at 1604. After that it's spotty. I haven't seen a shield on 10 or 410 at all. This bug HAS to be a code bug somewhere.
banished wrote:Does adding an alternate name, such as in the old I- xx format, have any impact?
I don't know the answer, either, but perhaps worth investigating.
bigbear3764 wrote:rottielover wrote:
The actual Interstate is set to freeway and named "I-44 E" and "I-44 W" but does not produce the shield icon.
From what I understand, putting the cardinal directions in I-44 E, it wont produce a shield. They were trying to get Waze to accept the cardinals for shields, but nothing yet.