Perfect examples where it appears the city actually named
the roads separately inside what we would consider a parking lot
and uses the names for addresses of the buildings. This is not the norm out in California for sure.
kentsmith9 wrote: I would not advocate naming the parking lot roads even when named per another thread where we discovered the entire parking lot would need to be the one name
Why does the entire parking
need to be one name? I don't remember the other thread.
I cannot find the thread currently, but Alan and I found a parking lot
where the main intersection leading into a big parking lot
names the road
leading into the parking lot
. However that name is not present anywhere else inside the parking lot
and no other names exist, so we agreed in that case we should not name that parking lot
entrance since coming out of the parking lot
a driver would never see that road
name from any of the isles leading to the main entrance/exit road
Also naming all the isles with the name of the parking lot
entrance name would not make sense with all roads intersecting each other with the same name. Turn directions would not make sense for that case.
This is clearly different from your example above and we should identify the difference to prevent confusion.