I'm way late to this conversation, but I thought of something as I was cleaning up I-35 between Austin and DFW. There are two rest areas near Salado, Tx. The one on the southbound side I've stopped at before as an "emergency bladder relief." There is a sign leading to the rest area that says "Storm shelter" and there is an actual room (maybe underground, I don't know) that can be used as a storm shelter. I haven't explored the rest area enough to know if one could take shelter from a tornado or not (I usually hit this location at night).
I was reading about adding stuff to the description part of the landmark, but do users of the app see that? I've yet to be able to click on a landmark in the app and see any information about that landmark, whether it's a school, or anything. I've discovered a lot of landmarks in the Miami area that have the entire Wiki page put into the description by the editor who added those landmarks (a lot of those are being deleted as I come across them, as they are irrelevant to driving).
Should "storm shelter" be put into the name of the rest area, like "I-35 S Rest Area/Storm Shelter" or something like that? Do rest areas in Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, and the rest of tornado alley have storm shelters in rest areas?
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