link?AnotherHiggins wrote:I poked around and found a page that listed criteria you should meet before editing the wiki, and 100 forum posts was listed.
You are a very experienced Wazer?
Editing Waze maps is easy. But before you start contributing to the Waze Wiki it is recommendable to have a very good understanding and experience of Waze and its forums, because some details of Waze only can be understood if you have a very good Waze knowledge.
If you are a very experienced Wazer who's Dashboard shows more than 25000 map updates AND driven 2500 km (1500 miles) with Waze AND 60000 Waze Points AND 100 Forum Posts, then your help is very welcome to make the Waze Wiki better.
Riamus wrote:What is the best way to close an intersection where the intersection is still there, but the road is blocked off as a permanent closure?
Riamus wrote:...I would be interested in some place we can mark permanent and long term closures for the state so we can limit the number of people "fixing" the closure.... Along the same lines, what is the best policy for temporary road closures that are still going to last for months due to construction? I saw an old post saying not to do anything because it took so long to update the maps and it would be open by the time the map was updated, but from what it looks like now, map updates are daily in the US so that wouldn't apply anymore.
I was looking at your example with the additional road saying it's permanently closed. I'm not really sure I'd agree with that.
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