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Benelux announcement:

The information on these pages is adapted to the situation and working of Waze in the countries of the BeNeLux. At the top of the page you can select the language of your choice. Pages that are not updated within the last half year may be out of date. Please do not change anything without consulting the local team. Any questions, remarks or ideas are welcome in this forum.


When to apply:

  • Entrance and exit roads of  Freeway .
  • Entrance and exit roads of bridges and tunnels.
  • When a "Exit R/L" is more clear than a "Keep R/L"

Naming of entrance and exit roads:

  • Only the first number of the road
  • ri of di
  • Followed by the directions, as indicated on the road signs
  • No City

Naming of exits:

  • Official name & number of the exit
Road type Icon Street City Lock
Ramp
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  • Nl.png Afrit 20 Asse
  • Be.png Afrit 8 Brussel
  • Be.png Sortie 18 Seneffe
  • Be.png Ausfahrt 39 Aachen-Süd
  • Lux.gif Ausfaart 3 Dudelange
  • E19 ri Brussel / Mechelen
  • A12 ri Brussel
  • E19 di Tournai / Mons / La Louvière
  • A501 di La Louvière / Charleroi / Mons
  • N51 di Valenciennes / Jemappes
  • N90 di Gilly / Charleroi
  • 4/5


Entrance roads are named in the official language of the region where they are located. They always indicate a certain direction.

Only when Freeways (A-number) also have a European road number, only the E-number is used. In all other cases, the national road number is used.

Exits are named in the official language of the region where they are located (see cityname). If the exit has been numbered, the number must be added to the streetname. Citynames that are mentioned on the road signs, are added to the streetname, seperated by a '/'. Road numbers aren't added to the name of the exit.

Text To Speech (TTS) - ri - di

In case of a (officially) French speaking region, the abbreviation 'di is used, which stands for direction. In the (officially) Dutch and German speaking regions we use 'ri', which stands for the Dutch richting and German richtung.

We've chosen to use an abbreviation so the rest of the instruction stays visible on the screen. These abbreviations are pronounced fully by TTS (Text To Speech), in the navigation instructions with use of streetnames. A win-win situation!


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