The Wiki provides rules for wayfinder segments in the Junction Style Guide. The guide gives three example situations where we need to use
wayfinder segments. Two of the three apply in this case — lane drop and non-obvious continuation.
The wayfinder rule was added later than most of the junction style rules, after editors noticed the need for them. Some editors who weren't around at the time may not be familiar with it, so some junctions that merit them may be missing them. But it's still in the rules.
If you wanna ignore that the rules state that we need
to use wayfinders when they are called for, fine. Say it's up to editor preference. Well, in this case, we have three
editors (a local level 5, a local user who noticed a problem, and a guy who's been creating and forming both maps and rules since 2009) who are familiar with the area and who think there should be a wayfinder there.
diegoz281 wrote:Besides, isn't that the purpose of the Wayfinder segments?
Yes, that is precisely
their purpose, and that's why this should be one.