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- 1 Parkings
- 1.1 POI-Zone et POI-Lieu
- 1.2 Principes
- 1.3 Implémentation
- 1.4 Special cases
- 1.5 Examples
- 1.6 Including non-compliant parking within larger Area Places
- 1.7 The Parking-Lot Point Place
- La décision de cartographier les aires de stationnement en POI-Parking est décrite dans la page de classification des routes - Parkings.
- The forum discussion thread for the Parking-Lot Place is separate from the general Place thread, and is located here. (pas d'équivalent francophone connu)
Le POI-Parking marque une aire bien définie, construite hors d'une route et dans le but de servir de parking public; cela inclut les aires de parking, les garages et les parking à étages (au dessus du sol).
POI-Zone et POI-Lieu
A ce jour, le cas des pakings souterrains est à clarifier ; il pourrait être logique de classer un parking souterrain comme POI-Lieu au lieu de POI-Zone de type Parking. Voir Le Parking en tant que POI-Lieu
Trois principes guident pour savoir si un emplacement doit être de type Parking :
- Usage public général
- Le client Waze ne doit jamais montrer comme Parking un emplacement où un utilisateur naïf pourrait risquer l'enlèvement, un PV de stationnement ou la violation de règles communautaires. Tous les POI-Parkings doivent être des emplacements légaux, au moins localement tolérés pour un stationnement de courte durée dans l'usage public général. Il ne doit pas y avoir d'exception.
- A but d'usage public
- Les conducteurs laissant leur véhicule dans un POI-Parking devraient être capables de marcher ou prendre un autre mode de transport vers la destination de leur choix à partir de cet endroit. La seule exception concerne les aires d'attente publique dans lesquelles les conducteurs sont tenus de rester dans leur véhicule, telles que les aires de "dép$ot minute" dans les gares ferroviaires et les aéroports.
- Distinct & significatif
L'usage abusif/intensif des POI-Parkings entraine rapidement un engorgement et un "fouillis" sur la carte. Les POI-Parkings doivent représenter des aires qui seront facilement distinguées et suffisamment larges pour que des conducteurs en transit, y compris ceux ne cherchant pas de place pour se garer, puissent les distinguer.
Les parkings ne satisfaisant pas ces trois principes ne devront pas être marqués comme POI-Parking.
Exemples d'aires de stationnement à ne PAS dessiner comme Parking dans l'éditeur Waze :
- Les parkings privés (résidences, entreprises, ...),
- Les places de parkings uniques / en file le long d'une voie
Interpréter l'expression "Distinct et Significatif"
For the purposes of the Parking-Lot Area Place, the 'distinctive and significant' principle means a facility or lot fully dedicated to parking and no other activity. An otherwise compliant parking garage that is part of a multi-use structure does not satisfy this principle. However, should the structure warrant an Area Place for other reasons, it is acceptable to add "Parking Lot" to its category list provided its parking satisfies both general-public and general-purpose principles.
Parking-Lot Area Places should be mapped to the property boundaries (the "fence line"). If those are unclear, map to the extent of the lot, structure, or garage.
In situations where a compliant Parking Lot is located within the boundaries of another Area Place, it may be best simply to add "Parking Lot" to the larger Area Place's category list. Compliant parking located within a much larger Area Place, such as an airport, should still receive its own separate Area Place within the larger Area Place.
If a parking facility or area has a documented identity, such as "Beach Street Garage", "18th Avenue/Geary Lot", "City Lot #7", "Short-Term Parking", "Cell-Phone Lot", etc., its Area Place should reflect that name to facilitate searches. Generic park-and-ride lots should be named consistently according to local custom, for example as "Park & Ride".
If a Parking-Lot Area Place is contained within a larger Area Place, do not repeat the larger Area's full name; for example if the Domestic Garage is contained within the "SFO San Francisco International Airport" Area Place boundaries, it need not be named "SFO San Francisco International Airport Domestic Garage", "Domestic Garage" is sufficient (unless the neighboring region has a number of other Places whose names incorporate the words "Domestic Garage", in which case "SFO Domestic Garage" may be more appropriate).
Some municipal parking facilities have no separate documented identity; for example, general-purpose public parking adjacent to a hospital may not have its own explicit name. Area Places for such parking should leave the name field blank unless local Waze convention dictates otherwise. In particular, never use hopelessly generic names such as "Parking" or "Public Parking" for unnamed parking facilities. Also to be avoided are names such as "St. Mary's Hospital Parking" that suggest that the parking is dedicated.
As with all Area Places, do not use mapping abbreviations for any part of a Parking-Lot Place name.
Free versus paid parking
As long as parking satisfies the three principles of general public, general purpose, and distinctive and significant, it is eligible for a Parking-Lot Area Place regardless of whether it is free or paid.
Suppression of automated problem reports
Like the Gas Station Area Place, Parking-Lot Area Places suppress Waze's automated "Map Problem" reports such as for missing roads; thus the Parking-Lot Area Place should never be drawn over or attached/snapped to roads bearing through traffic.
Airports typically distinguish between parking for different terminals, for short or long term, and for cell-phone/waiting. As common navigation destinations, such parking deserves to be marked with Parking-Lot Area Places and named according to the airport's documented nomenclature, even if it means creating Parking-Lot Area Places within a larger Airport Area Place.
Bus and train stations
Bus and train stations are often located within city centers and may offer convenient public parking. At some stations, such parking may be intended and commonly used for general purposes. At others it may be illegal, inappropriate, or simply pointless to park if one doesn't intend to use that transit facility. Thus whether to mark bus- or train-station parking with a Parking-Lot Area Place depends on the local situation. Regardless, if by local Waze convention the entire station complex would be marked with a Area Place, the boundaries of this Area Place may include its associated parking. In this case, provided the parking is compliant, the Parking-Lot category may be added to the complex's Area Place category list.
Privately operated public parking
Private businesses often provide public parking in dense urban centers and near airports. Privately operated parking facilities that support short-term general-purpose parking for the public may receive Parking-Lot Area Places subject to the 'distinctive and significant' principle as interpreted above. Private facilities intended only for long-term parking are special-purpose and inappropriate for the Parking-Lot Area Place.
With the availability of the new "Car Rental" Place, rental-car facilities and returns, including at airports, should now be marked with that Place category rather than with the Parking-Lot category.
The Parking-Lot Area Place is always appropriate for:
- Generic Park & Ride and similar municipal commuter parking.
- General-purpose short-term public parking lots, structures or garages dedicated to parking only and independent of any particular mall, complex, campus, or other final destination.
- Named municipal public parking serving an airport.
The Parking-Lot Area Place is NEVER appropriate for:
- Street parking, whether parallel, angled, or right-angled.
- Parking intended, either legally or by community convention, to serve a single non-transit-oriented destination such as a business, store, office, church, park, city hall, library, hospital, gym, school, museum, restaurant, campground, etc. Do not mark such parking with the Parking-Lot Area Place even if some locals use it as if it were general purpose.
- Unnamed transit-center parking if dedicated for transit-center patrons.
- Employee, student, resident, visitor, or guest parking.
- Parking for attendees of events, services, or performances.
- Parking associated with campuses, cemeteries, parklands, shopping malls, theme parks, stadiums, private installations, and office parks or complexes of any size or purpose.
Including non-compliant parking within larger Area Places
Some neighborhoods enjoy abundant but dedicated parking for shopping malls, office parks, theme parks, stadiums and the like. Parking lots for exceptionally large venues may even have distinct, named identities such as "South Lot", "Green Lot", etc. Such parking is typically not intended as general purpose and thus should NOT be marked with a Parking-Lot Area Place.
If an entire complex warrants an Area Place, any associated parking may be included within its boundaries; for example, a Shopping Mall Area Place with dedicated parking could include all stores and parking associated with the mall. Be sure this complies with local editing conventions before doing so. Even if this is done, however, the larger Area Place remains ineligible to include the "Parking Lot" category if the parking involved is dedicated and therefore special-purpose.
The Parking-Lot Point Place
As of this writing the client display of Parking-Lot Area Places versus Point Places remains unclear. In the future, the Parking-Lot Point Place may be useful for identifying parking in certain situations that would not be appropriate for the Area Place, for example campus, park, stadium, or theme-park parking zones, privately operated long-term public parking, or parking located within a multi-use structure.
Until more clarity emerges, new Parking-Lot Point Places should not be created. Existing named parking that does not comply with Parking-Lot Area Place guidelines may be converted, provisionally, to Point Places. Unnamed parking that does not comply with Parking-Lot Area Place guidelines should not be marked with the Parking-Lot category at all.