AndyPoms wrote:Unfortunately, there is no way to control when or if Bing actually makes the change.
In fact I do still not understand why Waze does not also use its internal database, but only Bing's database which is often wrong (for example in Italy).
In the US one building can have multiple addresses...
Streets can have alternate names.
The postal address can have a different city/town than the one the building is actually located in.
Some places go by historical/neighborhood names on some addresses.
A business in that building can have a custom zip code just for them, so there's (at least) two zip codes for that one building.
The building could have a physical address and a custom one too (i.e. 123 Main St could also be known as 1 Corporate Center.
If you use 2 possibilities for each of the above that's already 32 potential address (if my math is correct) to keep track of - for ONE building.
Keeping track of all that is a pain in the @$$, Waze would need it's own full POI database as well as specific GPS coordinates for each address and alternate address...