Newbie train/bus/cycle commuter doesn't want to cause probs

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Re: Newbie train/bus/cycle commuter doesn't want to cause pr

Postby iainhouse » Mon Feb 25, 2013 10:30 am

I'd just like to add a big "thank you". :mrgreen:

You obviously understand and have clearly stated the reasons why Waze should only be used in a car - leaving us nothing to do but say "you got it right". ;)

I too would like to see more user types included in Waze - although my days of 2-wheeled (powered) transport are long behind me. :( As Darren say, it has been discussed, although the complications involved are not trivial.

In the meantime, why not try your hand at editing? I'm joking - it is very addictive and recommending it to someone probably counts as "pushing". :lol:
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Re: Newbie train/bus/cycle commuter doesn't want to cause pr

Postby dmcconachie » Mon Feb 25, 2013 10:17 am

Your concerns are valid. Waze should not be used on Train, Bus or Bicycle.

Alternative modes of transport have been requested before and may appear in the future.
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Newbie train/bus/cycle commuter doesn't want to cause probs

Postby AlNapp » Mon Feb 25, 2013 10:15 am

New to Waze but clocked up some miles over the weekend (It was exciting to pass another wazer in the middle of Norfolk ;))

However during the week I tend to be a Train and bus or bike commuter, am I best turning Waze off as I travel?

I've been keeping it off on the train, on on the bus and bike, however the bus uses some bus only roads and the cycling is a mix of roads, cyclepaths and shortcuts plus (sadly) I tend to be a bit slower than the cars when I am on the road

I'm keen not to pollute the data, but equally would like to see "non-car commuting options" within the app

Would appreciate feedback and advice



EDIT --> Although I reserve the right to cycle "unclaimed" roads in my rural area, gotta eat those cookies :)
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