Riamus wrote:I think you misread 2a3. It does say to map any driveway that is named.
Riamus wrote:Ok. Though I'd still say that it would be a private road, which would be the same mapping as a driveway since we don't have a driveway road type. If someone pays to get their driveway named, it doesn't make it a public street.
mapcat wrote:Riamus wrote:The house location is very close to another road without access to that road so that correct directions can be provided. This may go away once we are using entirely internal address mapping using the stop points.
Not always, since this argument could be used to defend really short driveways in dense developments
mapcat wrote:- Driveways should always be private roads.
- Don't map private driveways serving single residences or businesses, unless they are especially long (how long?).
- Don't map drive-thrus at fast food, banks, etc.
- Don't map driveways just to make map problems go away.
- Map driveways when they serve multiple residences. Name them according to the street they lead from, and add house numbers for each residence.
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