CBenson wrote:But you can't drive to the destination. Shouldn't you be closing waze when you park the car anyway?
CBenson wrote:Why can't they remain unattached and have the addresses set there? Why the exception to the "never connect" rule?
petervdveen wrote:CBenson wrote:Why can't they remain unattached and have the addresses set there? Why the exception to the "never connect" rule?
I guess it doesn't exist in America, but in Europe there are larger residental area's where there are no car allowed and you have to walk a few streets.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:In some countries, there are named walkways which the house address is actually named after which have the house numbers, but you have to park and then walk.
petervdveen wrote:Can I ask you why you didn't connect the road to the road network?
We do have a lot of this 'non-drive able' roads over here indeed
If you look for example at this map: http://goo.gl/maps/Nt7H4
you can clearly see all the small lines, those are non-drive able roads, but they do have a lot of houses and addresses on it
Road Types (USA) wrote:Non-drivable routes should not have any type of junction with a drivable road. Because of the way the routing engine works, Waze will route users to drive on these "Non-Driveable" road types. When crossing a drivable road, the non-drivable road should be bridged across without a junction between them and set at a different level.
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