Edicion de tu ruta en el mapa

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El Mapa Waze en vivo es generado y corregido por los usuarios; cualquier usuario puede editar cualquiera de las rutas que se han "wazed" (driven with waze running). Haciendo esto, recibirás más puntos que gradualmente te darán más permisos de edición en todas las áreas de los mapas. Existen algunos vídeos con trucos básicos para la edición en esta entrada del blog de usuarios. It can help pick things up a bit quicker to see a demonstration.

Para hacer cambios en el mapa, haz log in (en la esquina superior derecha de la página de inicio). Tu nombre de usuario y password son las que reciviste cuando instalaste Waze en tu teléfono movil.

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Encontrar las rutas que has conducido

  • Haz click en la etiqueta Actualizar Mapa
  • Del Panel de Visualización, elige Archivo.

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    Obtendrás una capa listando todos tus viajes, con los últimos en primer lugar.

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  • Para ver la ruta de un viaje, haz cick en su icono. El mapa de ese viaje será mostrado.
  • Haz Zoom en la sección de la ruta que quieras editar.

Buscar una sección de la ruta

Si recuerdas las rutas que has wazeado, puedes ir a ellas directamente.

  • Después de identificarte, elige la pestaña de Mapa en vivo: LiveMapTab.gif
  • Introduce el nombre de la calle y la ciudad – por ejemplo, Van Ness, San Francisco.

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    Obtendrás el listado de todas las posibles calles.

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    Elige la que quieras editar.
  • Alternativamente, puedes buscar según el CP o ZIP y entonces elegir los primeros resultados de la lista de resultados. Obtendrás un callejero del área selecionado.
  • Pulsa en Actualizar Mapa para activar la función de actualizar/editar.

Setting your viewing preferences for updating

The Update Map view shows you a satellite map of the area with the roads superimposed.

  • You can zoom in and out via the zoom bar on the left hand side of the screen or using the scroll button of your mouse
  • You can scroll to new areas using the direction arrows above the zoom bar.
  • To see the road map without the satellite view, select Aerial from the bottom of the Layers panel



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  • The other layer options on that menu are also on-off toggles to display the relevant information; so you can adjust the map to show exactly what you want to see.

How to Edit

To edit a feature on a route you've driven, click the feature to select it, then choose one of the options from the Edit panel in the top right-hand corner of the map.

An intersection

click it to select it; a circle will appear around it:

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Then choose the relevant selection from the Edit panel:

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  • Choose "Turn into a roundabout" if there's a roundabout there and not a simple intersection.
    • The map will display the intersection in black, and suggest a size (radius) for the roundabout.
    • The size is taken from GPS points and is usually accurate, so just accept the suggestion.
    • When the roundabout is displayed, check if the size looks right. If not, enter a different value for the size to update the display.
    • When it looks right, choose Save Changes.
  • Choose "Move intersection" if it's displayed on the map in the wrong place. Then drag the circle marking the intersection to its new position and click Save Changes.

A single road segment

click it to select it; it will be marked in color

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and the available options will be shown on the Edit Panel:

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  • Choose "Edit road details" to add information about the road. The Edit panel will display the types of information you can add or change, mostly via drop-down menus.

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    You can change the name of the street by typing it in. When you're done, click Save Changes.
    • If you've marked a road as one-way, when you save the changes it will be marked in one of the two possible directions. If the traffic actually flows in the other direction, you can now choose to switch the direction of flow.
    • To cancel the edit, just choose Cancel, or "Deselect all",

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      or click again on the road to deselect it.

The Edit Road Details menu also includes some information you can't change, such as the length of the road, the user who first wazed it, and the last user who updated it. If several wazers have driven the segment, the average speed to drive it will also appear.

  • Edit road geometry – lets you make several changes to a road segment:
    • To remove an existing node (intersection) on a road segment: press 'd' or the Delete key while hovering above it.

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    • To lengthen the end of a road which is too short on the map, drag the end of it to the right place. (This will only work if the end of the road is not connected to any other segment).
    • To change the exact path of a road segment – for instance, it's shown straight but it should be curved – click on the road and a circle will appear on it. Drag this circle in the relevant direction.
  • Split to two one-way roads: if a single two-way road appears on the map but on the ground there are really two parallel one-way roads, select the road and choose this option.
    • The map will still display one road as before, but with two direction arrows on it, one in each direction: < and >, indicating two one-way roads. Actually what's really in the map at this point is two one-way roads, one displayed on top of the other so you can only see the top one.
    • To display this as two separate roads, drag the one you can see (the top one) slightly up, and save the change. The map will be redrawn with one road slightly above the other, and one arrow on each.
    • Check that the arrows displayed match the actual direction of traffic on each road. If the arrow directions don't match the real situation (i.e. traffic actually flows along them in the reverse direction to that shown), drag the top road down to place it below the other one. Click "Save changes" to see the effect.
  • Split road at a point: Choose this option to add an intersection not shown on the map and/or when adding a new road not shown on the map, which connects with this one. Then click the road segment at the point where the intersection should be:

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    And click "Save changes"

Two road segments

Selecting two road segments displays (first one using regular right click, second one using <Ctrl>+right click), in the Edit panel, a list of changes you can make to the relationship between them:

  • A divided highway: sometimes these are marked as two parallel one-way roads by mistake.
    • Select both lanes Road3.gif and choose "Merge to one road" from the Edit panel to mark them as a two-way road instead of two one-way roads.
    • This correction is only possible if the distance between the two roads/lanes is about 30 feet (10 meters) or less, and the roads are the same length.
  • Correcting small inaccuracies:
    • if two road segments are connected but the map shows them as if they're not, select both and choose ""Connect roads by order of selection". The order in which you select the roads is important – the first road selected will be adjusted so that it joins up with the second. Again, this correction is only possible if the distance between them is not more than about 30 feet (10 meters). If you're experiencing issues with connecting roads, this may be due to the direction the road is marked as. If either of the roads are marked as "no entrance", a connection will not be possible. The simplest way to make a connection is to mark both roads as "two way" and then create the connection. Make sure the direction is correct once you're finished with the connection. ie make sure "one way" roads are marked as such.
    • After saving this change, check that the turn permissions between the two roads are accurate and correct them if not, as described below.
  • Adding and correcting turn restrictions:
    • Select two connected roads. Again, the order in which you select the roads is important – turns are always from the first road selected, into the second.

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    • Choose from the Edit panel:

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    • Choose "create turn restriction" to indicate that you cannot turn from the first road selected, into the second.
    • Choose "Cancel turn restriction" to remove an indication that currently appears, forbidding turns from the first road selected into the second.
    • In both cases you'll get a request for confirmation – "are you sure?" You can choose "No" to cancel the change or "Yes" to implement it.
    • If you selected the wrong road first, the turn restriction you entered may be wrong. In that case just cancel it, deselect the roads, and select them again in the preferred order.

More than two road segments:

  • Select any number of roads or road segments to edit common information about them.
  • For instance, to change the name of a road, you can select all the relevant segments and then choose Edit Road details and enter the new name.

To suggest a correction to the waze team:

  • Check you're viewing the Live Map; if you're not, click the Live Map tab to move to it.
  • Search for a route or area as described above.
  • Click a point on the map displayed. You'll see a message balloon giving a short description (e.g. street name, one way or two-way) and a link labeled "Found a Mistake?"

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  • Click the link to get an overlay layer displaying a fill-in form where you can choose the type of mistake and suggest a correction. Give your name and email (anonymous corrections aren't accepted) and click Submit.

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    Then close the overlay window.