Jimbo724, this happens to be a part of town that I know very well, and a building which I have frequented over the years. Not only is the parking entrance on Hudson Ave, rather than Colorado Blvd, as you point out, but the main building entry is also on Hudson. And if you do pull up in front on Colorado, you can't see where the parking structure is without getting out and walking around the building. If you're unfamiliar with the area, all the one-way streets that flank Colorado Blvd and Lake Ave can make it positively vexing to get where you need to go. You have to go around more than one block to approach again from the correct direction.
So, how do we solve this? While there are several ways to attack the problem, the simplest one is a bit counterintuitive. I deleted the Waze House Number for 790 E Colorado Blvd. When Waze is navigating to an address using one of its own house numbers for the destination, it uses the Stop Point of the House Number to determine where the driver is supposed to stop, and on which road segment. Unfortunately, in the current version of WME, we are not able to put the Stop Point on a street with a different name from the one with the address. Scooting the 790 House Number itself around has no effect, because the Stop Point is tied to Colorado Blvd. Removing the House Number will force Waze to rely on the Google GPS pin for the address, and route the driver to whichever segment is closest to that pin. I looked at it in Google Map Maker, and wasn't convinced that the pin was far enough from Colorado Blvd, so I submitted an edit of its location, which is currently pending review. I also moved the pin for the parking garage itself. Once all of those edits are live, routes to 790 E Colorado Blvd should end up on Hudson Ave.
The next thing you need to do, if you plan to navigate to this address with Waze again, is to delete the former search result from your recent destination list in the app. That old result will still contain the GPS location for the Colorado Stop Point. If you do a search for the address, you can recognize the old result by the little clock icon to the left of it in the list. You don't need to delete it, but doing so makes it a lot easier not to accidentally choose it again.
If the above solution doesn't work, there is another way that will for sure, but it's not as elegant...
And feel free to PM me with any editing questions involving the Pasadena Area, or anywhere in SoCal...
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on Sun May 18, 2014 3:42 am, edited 2 times in total.
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