I couldn't agree more! I've run into a LOT of housing developments that are newer than the original dump, particularly oblong or spider-like condo developments that have only a few very long segments, so they can easily have 100 or more HNs to add, across barely a half dozen segments or so.JoshJMM wrote:This is strange to me that something so important to routing in Waze would give so little in terms of points. It is a pain in the butt to add HNs to all the new roads in a new housing development. I think that a meaningful edit such as adding HNs should be worth more than say realigning a road.
That's a TON of work, painstakingly switching back and forth between WME and the appropriate GIS viewer, even more time and work when there isn't an online GIS viewer, so you have to download the shape layers from [name county here] and build your own map in [name GIS software here].