AndyPoms wrote:This has been requested. However Waze doesn't say the letters in all cases, "CT" is pronounced "Court", "NY" is pronounced "North Why", etc.bart99gt wrote:I read through the first few pages, and last few pages of this thread, and didn't see this mentioned.
Is Waze in the process of adopting standard USPS two letter state identifiers to TTS? As I'm sure everyone is aware, Waze currently just says the letters individually, it would be nice to have it actually pronounce the actual state name, either when used as part of a highway name, or as a City, State type reference.
We've also made a request to have things such as "CA-##", "NY-##", "MI-##", "LA-##" translate into the local "Route"/"Highway"/"El Ay"/etc name as well. This one is much longer term.
PesachZ wrote:Baysidelass wrote:Hello, R2 editor here. A Point Place is named Pass & ID PAX NAS. When I navigated to it today, Jane said it as, "Pass and Idaho Paz Naz". Is there an acceptable abbreviation for "Identification"? PL is https://www.waze.com/editor/?env=usa&lo ... 107.645656 Thank you.
Just to be sure I understand, is PAX an abbreviation as well, and what should it say? ( It sounds like pax to me now)
You can use "I.D." to say the letters I D
PesachZ wrote:Baysidelass wrote:Hi, PesachZ, Thank you for clarifying "I.D." will work. "PAX" is short for Patuxent; for this location, usual abbreviation is "PAX RIV". Full name is Naval Air Station Patuxent River. I think this would work best for TTS; what do you think? "Pass & I.D. Office N.A.S. Patuxent River"
Depends on the desired result. "N.A.S." will say the letters NAS, whereas "NAS" will say Naval Air Station.
sketch wrote:Trust me, it's no less disappointing waiting for months at Waze staff's toes
sketch wrote:with a long list of desired pronunciations.
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