PesachZ wrote:But you also have to cover exits which have a BGS.
sketch wrote:("to I-75 S / Lexington" could easily be either an onramp or an unnumbered exit; indeed, what's the difference?)
sketch wrote:I'm actually not familiar with that routing problem.
qwaletee wrote:If I had to: Exit 7B-7A: I-95 / I-495 / Beltway / Baltimore / Richmond
The name of the ramp should match the exit or entrance signage as closely as possible.
(...) it may be advisable not to name the first exit ramp, but rather name only the ramps which are the first one to a distinct destination.
If the exit off the main interstate or highway serves multiple exits further down the road, it may be advisable not to name the first exit ramp, but rather name only the ramps which are the first one to a distinct destination. The Waze client will give all the proper exit and keep left or right instructions to guide the driver to the correct exit, even if the first one is not named. That said, this should only be done if the signage for the first ramp is the same as that on the subsequent, named ramp.
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