mapcat wrote:- Don't map private driveways serving single residences or businesses, unless they are especially long (how long?).
mapcat wrote:- Don't map drive-thrus at fast food, banks, etc.
mapcat wrote:- Map driveways when they serve multiple residences. Name them according to the street they lead from, and add house numbers for each residence.
Riamus wrote:In many cases, a specific driveway may never be routed to in Waze, so adding it would be moot. I'd be okay in that kind of a situation with a person adding their address or someone else's that they go to or whatever, but not to adding every driveway on the street.
Riamus wrote:Why wouldn't internal addressing help? You have a stop point, so Waze should route to the stop point no matter where the address point is located so long as Waze has an address for the house so that external addressing isn't needed.
Riamus wrote:Just to clarify on this... if the name is official, it should be mapped regardless what the name is. Official meaning there is an official green street sign there (or there could be one officially placed there),...
Riamus wrote:Really? Ok, then... as long as it's an official sign regardless of color.
jasonh300 wrote:This is not a reason to have a driveway. The Waze internal addressing lets you assign both the location of the address (e.g. over the building), and a point on the road for an address (where the driveway meets the road).
petervdveen wrote:Does the connected (white) road have another name?
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