jemay wrote:The ferry system in Washington State works. For the most part, the Ferrys are classified as Minor Freeway and toll.
jemay wrote:The actual ferry crossings (over the water).
It's happened several times - and each time it was shortly after someone added a Ferry route across Long Island Sound (New London, CT <-> Orient Point, NY; Bridgeport, CT <-> Port Jefferson, NY). I'll give one detailed example, but the same general concept happened each time.kentsmith9 wrote:Sounds like you saw problems. Can you give a quick summary of the issues for those who may not have seen the threads, or point to the main forum entry that discussed the problems you saw?AndyPoms wrote:Waze has stated that they are working on ways to support Ferry (Fairy) properly. I suggest waiting to write this page until their system comes out.
Also, I've seen serious problems when a Ferry is mapped here in CT - which is why none of ours are mapped at this time.
There are GPS traces that run across Long Island Sound and they get REALLY wide in the middle (just about 5000 meters wide = ~3 miles). I don't think Waze will snap users to that.
mrgrumpy wrote:Timbones wrote:The examples I've posted seem to work just fine using service roads.
Yes, they do. Don't like the idea of using the same road type as Tim says.
I also don't really see the point of mapping the cross-channel ferries other than to 'see' where the ferries go to. I wouldn't use Waze to, necessarily, choose my crossing point.
mrgrumpy wrote:I wouldn't use Waze to, necessarily, choose my crossing point.
nhanway wrote:Do the Ferries you are referring to run 24-7?
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