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Information and resources regarding editing Waze maps in Michigan. Resources for other states and the entire country can be found on the [[Resources]] page.
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Information and resources regarding editing Waze maps in Michigan. Resources for other states and the entire country can be found on the [[Mapping resources/USA|mapping resources]] page.
  
 
== Statewide ==
 
== Statewide ==
*[http://mdotcf.state.mi.us/public/maps_nfc/ MDOT NFC Maps] - MDOT National Functional Classification (NFC) maps by county and urban area. An effort was started in late 2013 to convert metro Detroit and other major cities to their corresponding 2012 NFC road classifications.
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*[http://www.census.gov/geo/www/bas/bas11/st26_mi/entlist26_PL.html 2011 Boundary and Annexation Survey Maps] from [http://www.census.gov/ US Census Bureau]
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*[http://mdotcf.state.mi.us/public/maps_nfc/ MDOT NFC Maps] - MDOT National Functional Classification (NFC) maps by county and urban area. An effort was started in late 2013 to convert metro Detroit and other major cities to their corresponding NFC road classifications.
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*[http://www2.census.gov/geo/pvs/bas/annexation/26/ Boundary and Annexation Survey Maps] from [http://www.census.gov/ US Census Bureau]
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*[http://tigerweb.geo.census.gov/tigerweb/ TIGERweb] from [http://www.census.gov/ US Census Bureau]
 
*[http://www.mcgi.state.mi.us/prfinder/mapBasic.aspx MDOT Physical Road (PR) Finder] (also see the [http://www.mcgi.state.mi.us/prfinder/MCGI.aspx PR Finder Home page])
 
*[http://www.mcgi.state.mi.us/prfinder/mapBasic.aspx MDOT Physical Road (PR) Finder] (also see the [http://www.mcgi.state.mi.us/prfinder/MCGI.aspx PR Finder Home page])
*[http://mi.gov/drive/ MDOT MiDrive (Traffic, Construction, etc.)]
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*[http://mdotnetpublic.state.mi.us/drive/Default.aspx MDOT MiDrive (Traffic, Construction, etc.)]
*[http://www.mcgi.state.mi.us/mapmichigan/ Map Michigan by the Center for Geographic Information]
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**Create a [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bookmarklet bookmarklet] with the following code to link from your position in WME to same position in Map Michigan.
 
**Create a [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bookmarklet bookmarklet] with the following code to link from your position in WME to same position in Map Michigan.
  
{| border="1"
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{{pre2|<nowiki>javascript:(function(){var bounds=new OpenLayers.Bounds();bounds.extend(new OpenLayers.LonLat(wazeMap.center.lon-1000,wazeMap.center.lat-1000));bounds.extend(new OpenLayers.LonLat(wazeMap.center.lon+1000,wazeMap.center.lat+1000));window.open('http://mdotnetpublic.state.mi.us/drive/Default.aspx?xmin='+bounds.left+'&xmax='+bounds.right+'&ymin='+bounds.bottom+'&ymax='+bounds.top+'&lc=true&cam=true&tb=false&bc=false&bh1=false&bh2=false&sensor=false&inc=true&mp=false&sign=false&mb=false&cps=false&aps=false&bing=false&source=social&rsp=false&rest=false','MiDrive');})();</nowiki>}}
|<code><nowiki>javascript:(function(){var center_lonlat=new OpenLayers.LonLat(wazeMap.center.lon,wazeMap.center.lat);center_lonlat.transform(new OpenLayers.Projection('EPSG:900913'),new OpenLayers.Projection('EPSG:4326'));window.open('http://www.mcgi.state.mi.us/mapmichigan/map.asp?lat='+center_lonlat.lat+'&amp;lon='+center_lonlat.lon+'&amp;action=xy&amp;msrv=1','Mich Map');})();</nowiki></code>
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|}
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Here are instructions on [[Adding_a_Bookmarklet | Adding a Bookmarklet]].
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Here are instructions on [[Adding a Bookmarklet|Adding a Bookmarklet]].
  
 
== Major Cities ==
 
== Major Cities ==
Please list cities smaller than 100,000 under their county in the category below this one
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Please list cities smaller than 100,000 under their county in the category below this one.
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*[http://www.a2gov.org/gis/Pages/default.aspx Ann Arbor]
 
*[http://www.a2gov.org/gis/Pages/default.aspx Ann Arbor]
 
*[http://mdotcf.state.mi.us/public/maps_nfc/faub/ACUB12_Detroit%20-%20City%20of.pdf Detroit]
 
*[http://mdotcf.state.mi.us/public/maps_nfc/faub/ACUB12_Detroit%20-%20City%20of.pdf Detroit]
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*[http://gis.kentcountymi.gov/public/kcviewerweb/ Grand Rapids]
 
*[http://gis.kentcountymi.gov/public/kcviewerweb/ Grand Rapids]
 
*[http://mdotcf.state.mi.us/public/maps_nfc/faub/ACUB12_Lansing.pdf Lansing]
 
*[http://mdotcf.state.mi.us/public/maps_nfc/faub/ACUB12_Lansing.pdf Lansing]
*[http://map.ci.livonia.mi.us/livonia-gis/ Livonia]
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*[http://secure.sterling-heights.net/gis/index.html Sterling Heights]
 
*[http://www.cityofwarren.org/index.php/maps-and-gis Warren]
 
*[http://www.cityofwarren.org/index.php/maps-and-gis Warren]
  
 
== Counties ==
 
== Counties ==
'''Notes:'''<br>
 
- Links are GIS resources unless otherwise indicated.<br>
 
- Sites marked with a '''$''' have fee based access.<br>
 
  
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'''Notes:'''<br/>- Links are GIS resources unless otherwise indicated.<br/>- Sites marked with a '''$''' have fee based access.
 
<div style="column-count:3;-moz-column-count:3;-webkit-column-count:3">
 
<div style="column-count:3;-moz-column-count:3;-webkit-column-count:3">
 
*Alcona
 
*Alcona
 
*Alger
 
*Alger
 
*[http://www.allegancounty.org/taxmaps/index.html Allegan]
 
*[http://www.allegancounty.org/taxmaps/index.html Allegan]
*[https://mapsindeed.com/michigan/alpena-county Alpena]
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*Alpena
 
*[http://www.antrimcounty.org/maps/cismappg.asp?s=2/lif/maps/assess.LIF&x=1440&y=768 Antrim]
 
*[http://www.antrimcounty.org/maps/cismappg.asp?s=2/lif/maps/assess.LIF&x=1440&y=768 Antrim]
 
*Arenac
 
*Arenac
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*[http://maps.baygis.org/bayCounty/viewer.htm Bay]
 
*[http://maps.baygis.org/bayCounty/viewer.htm Bay]
 
*[http://www.liaa.ws/benzieco/maps/cismappg.asp?s=2/lif/maps/assess.lif&c=tbl/base.map&x=1440&y=768 Benzie]
 
*[http://www.liaa.ws/benzieco/maps/cismappg.asp?s=2/lif/maps/assess.lif&c=tbl/base.map&x=1440&y=768 Benzie]
*[https://beacon.schneidercorp.com/Application.aspx?AppID=346&LayerID=4427&PageTypeID=6&PageID=0&Q=1241158175 Berrien] '''$'''
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*[http://beacon.schneidercorp.com/Application.aspx?AppID=346&LayerID=4427&PageTypeID=6&PageID=0&Q=1241158175 Berrien] '''$'''
 
*Branch
 
*Branch
 
*[http://maps.calhouncountymi.gov/ Calhoun]
 
*[http://maps.calhouncountymi.gov/ Calhoun]
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*[http://ecgisexplorer.eatoncounty.org/imsweb/Default.aspx Eaton]
 
*[http://ecgisexplorer.eatoncounty.org/imsweb/Default.aspx Eaton]
 
*[http://gis.emmetcounty.org/apps/gisviewer/ Emmet]
 
*[http://gis.emmetcounty.org/apps/gisviewer/ Emmet]
*[https://mapsindeed.com/michigan/genesee-county Genesee]
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*Genesee
*[https://www.fetchgis.com/gladwinweb/rmaauth/GladwinMapViewer.html# Gladwin]
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*[http://www.fetchgis.com/gladwinweb/rmaauth/GladwinMapViewer.html# Gladwin]
 
*[http://gis.coleman-engineering.com/gisweb/web/Main.cfm?CFID=60408&CFTOKEN=39772286 Gogebic]
 
*[http://gis.coleman-engineering.com/gisweb/web/Main.cfm?CFID=60408&CFTOKEN=39772286 Gogebic]
 
*[http://gis.co.grand-traverse.mi.us/gis/mapFrame.cfm?mapTopic=Default Grand Traverse] (use Internet Explorer)
 
*[http://gis.co.grand-traverse.mi.us/gis/mapFrame.cfm?mapTopic=Default Grand Traverse] (use Internet Explorer)
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*[http://www.fetchgis.com/isabellaweb/rma/IsabellaMapViewer.html# Isabella]
 
*[http://www.fetchgis.com/isabellaweb/rma/IsabellaMapViewer.html# Isabella]
 
*[http://www.co.jackson.mi.us/CountyGIS/RealEstate/index.html Jackson]
 
*[http://www.co.jackson.mi.us/CountyGIS/RealEstate/index.html Jackson]
*[http://www.lrpmaps.com/CXViewer.aspx?SiteCode=6 Kalamazoo]
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*[http://kalamazoocounty.geoquickserver.com Kalamazoo]
**[http://www.fetchgis.com/portageweb/rma/PortageMapViewer.html# City of Portage]
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**[http://www.kalamazoocity.org/mapviewer Kalamazoo (city)]
*[http://www.kalkaskacounty.net/maps/cismappg.asp?s=2/lif/maps/ASSESS.LIF&c=tbl/parcels/taxable.map|tbl/parcels/parcels.ovr&x=1440&y=853 Kalkaska]
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**[http://www.fetchgis.com/portageweb/rma/PortageMapViewer.html Portage]
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*[http://www.kalkaskacounty.net/maps/cismappg.asp?s=2/lif/maps/ASSESS.LIF&c=tbl/parcels/taxable.map%7Ctbl/parcels/parcels.ovr&x=1440&y=853 Kalkaska]
 
*[http://gis.kentcountymi.gov/public/kcviewerweb/ Kent] (same link as Grand Rapids above)
 
*[http://gis.kentcountymi.gov/public/kcviewerweb/ Kent] (same link as Grand Rapids above)
 
*Keweenaw
 
*Keweenaw
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*[http://www.leelanau.cc/maps/cismappg.asp?s=2/lif/maps/ASSESS.LIF&c=tbl/base.map&x=1440&y=810 Leelanau]
 
*[http://www.leelanau.cc/maps/cismappg.asp?s=2/lif/maps/ASSESS.LIF&c=tbl/base.map&x=1440&y=810 Leelanau]
 
*Lenawee
 
*Lenawee
** [http://www.arcgis.com/explorer/?open=2947cbaa0b3f4dafb9c94a22c73062ac&extent=-9351458.43508116,5158800.99224305,-9337845.14777151,5165253.12320752 Tecumseh]
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**[http://www.arcgis.com/explorer/?open=2947cbaa0b3f4dafb9c94a22c73062ac&extent=-9351458.43508116,5158800.99224305,-9337845.14777151,5165253.12320752 Tecumseh]
 
*Livingston
 
*Livingston
 
*Luce
 
*Luce
 
*Mackinac
 
*Mackinac
 
*[http://gis.macombcountymi.gov/ Macomb]
 
*[http://gis.macombcountymi.gov/ Macomb]
*[http://www.liaa.org/manisteeparcels/maps/cismappg.asp?s=2/lif/maps/assess.lif&c=tbl/parcels/taxable.map|tbl/parcels/parcels.ovr&x=1440&y=853 Manistee]
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*[http://www.liaa.org/manisteeparcels/maps/cismappg.asp?s=2/lif/maps/assess.lif&c=tbl/parcels/taxable.map%7Ctbl/parcels/parcels.ovr&x=1440&y=853 Manistee]
 
*Marquette
 
*Marquette
*[https://mapsindeed.com/michigan/mason-county Mason]
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*[http://mapsindeed.com/michigan/mason-county Mason]
 
*Mecosta
 
*Mecosta
*[https://mapsindeed.com/michigan/menominee-county Menominee]
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*[http://mapsindeed.com/michigan/menominee-county Menominee]
 
*[http://www.fetchgis.com/midlandweb/rma/MidlandMapViewer.html Midland]
 
*[http://www.fetchgis.com/midlandweb/rma/MidlandMapViewer.html Midland]
 
*Missaukee
 
*Missaukee
 
*[http://www.co.monroe.mi.us/government/departments_offices/planning_department_and_commission/geographic_information_systems_(gis).html Monroe] '''$'''
 
*[http://www.co.monroe.mi.us/government/departments_offices/planning_department_and_commission/geographic_information_systems_(gis).html Monroe] '''$'''
**[https://cityofmonroegis.monroemi.gov/Apps/GISViewer/ City of Monroe]
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**[http://cityofmonroegis.monroemi.gov/Apps/GISViewer/ City of Monroe]
 
*Montcalm
 
*Montcalm
*[https://mapsindeed.com/michigan/montmorency-county Montmorency 1] | [https://www.fetchgis.com/montweb/rmaauth/MontMapViewer.html# Montmorency 2]
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*[http://mapsindeed.com/michigan/montmorency-county Montmorency 1] | [http://www.fetchgis.com/montweb/rmaauth/MontMapViewer.html# Montmorency 2]
*[http://www.muskegoncountygis.com/propinfoviewer/ Muskegon]
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*[http://www.muskegoncountygis.com/ Muskegon]
 
*[http://gisweb.countyofnewaygo.com/newaygoviewer/viewer.aspx Newaygo]
 
*[http://gisweb.countyofnewaygo.com/newaygoviewer/viewer.aspx Newaygo]
 
*[http://www.oakgov.com/propertygateway/Pages/default.aspx Oakland]
 
*[http://www.oakgov.com/propertygateway/Pages/default.aspx Oakland]
**[http://troymi.gov/gis/ Troy]
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**[https://www.troymi.gov/Resources/Maps Troy]
 
**[http://www.twp.waterford.mi.us/Departments/GIS-and-Online-Mapping/Maps---Interactive.aspx Waterford]
 
**[http://www.twp.waterford.mi.us/Departments/GIS-and-Online-Mapping/Maps---Interactive.aspx Waterford]
*[https://mapsindeed.com/michigan/oceana-county Oceana]
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*[http://mapsindeed.com/michigan/oceana-county Oceana]
 
*[http://ogemawgis.com/parcelquery/website/ Ogemaw]
 
*[http://ogemawgis.com/parcelquery/website/ Ogemaw]
 
*Ontonagon
 
*Ontonagon
*[https://mapsindeed.com/michigan/osceola-county Osceola]
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*[http://mapsindeed.com/michigan/osceola-county Osceola]
 
*Oscoda
 
*Oscoda
 
*[http://www.fetchgis.com/otsegoweb/rma/OtsegoMapViewer.html# Otsego]
 
*[http://www.fetchgis.com/otsegoweb/rma/OtsegoMapViewer.html# Otsego]
*[http://gis.co.ottawa.mi.us/ottawa/propertymapping/ Ottawa]
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*[http://gis.miottawa.org/ottawa/geocortex/sites/propertymappingsilv.html Ottawa]
 
*Presque Isle
 
*Presque Isle
 
*[http://www.lrpmaps.com/cxviewer.aspx?sitecode=13 Roscommon]
 
*[http://www.lrpmaps.com/cxviewer.aspx?sitecode=13 Roscommon]
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*St. Joseph
 
*St. Joseph
 
*Tuscola
 
*Tuscola
*[https://mapsindeed.com/michigan/vanburen-county Van Buren]
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*[http://mapsindeed.com/michigan/vanburen-county Van Buren]
 
*[http://ewashtenaw.org/government/departments/gis/MapWashtenaw_Main.htm Washtenaw]
 
*[http://ewashtenaw.org/government/departments/gis/MapWashtenaw_Main.htm Washtenaw]
 
*[http://www.lrpmaps.com/CXViewer.aspx?SiteCode=18 Wayne]
 
*[http://www.lrpmaps.com/CXViewer.aspx?SiteCode=18 Wayne]
*Wexford
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**[http://map.ci.livonia.mi.us/livonia-gis/ Livonia]
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*[http://ws6.liaa.org/wexford Wexford]
 
</div>
 
</div>
  
 
== Road Categorization ==
 
== Road Categorization ==
See [[Road Naming (USA)]], [[Road Types (USA)]] and [[Examples of Michigan Roads By Type]]
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General wiki resources are available here:
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*[[Road names/USA]]
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*[[Highway naming/USA|Highway naming by state]]
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*[[Road types/USA]]
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In addition to the standard wiki resources, considerations specific to Michigan include:
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==== County Highways versus County Roads ====
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*Michigan has an "intercounty" highway system in addition to locally maintained county roads. In both cases, naming conventions should follow [[Highway naming/USA|highway naming by state]].
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**Numbered county highways are prefixed with A through H based on geography. Naming convention should be "CR-[Letter Prefix][#]" (i.e. "CR-D19"). In all cases, local signage should be used to designate a primary name, while the county highway designation could be an alternate name if appropriate. While these roads could conceivably be classified higher, the lowest road type used should be [[Road types/USA#Minor Highway|Minor Highway]] regardless of appearance or functional classification.
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**A small number of counties maintain numbered county roads that are not part of the statewide A-H highway system. These roads should be named CR-[#] (i.e. "CR-388") and would typically appear as [[Road types/USA#Primary Street|Primary Street]], [[Road types/USA#Street|Street]], or even Dirt Road.
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==== Use of Functional Classification for Road Types ====
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*As noted on the '''[[Road types/USA|Road types/USA]]''' page, public road types in the United States are determined by the FHWA functional classification and, if applicable, by the highway system to which a road may belong. This methodology was adopted in April 2014, superseding previous road type guidance. In order to assist editors in determining proper road types, functional classification maps published by each state's department of transportation are available on the '''[[National resources/USA/Functional classification]]''' page.
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*Prior to reclassifying any road segment to its functional classification, however, the following levels of precedence should be observed:
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#Private roads should be classified as [[Road types/USA#Private Road|Private Road]] (even if dirt or otherwise unpaved).
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#Public dirt or unpaved roads should be classified as [[Road types/USA#Dirt Road .2F 4X4 Trail|Dirt road / 4X4 Trail]].
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#Any road classified ''higher'' than the current functional classification type due to a separate consideration for highway system, statewide standard, or local editor judgment should remain as is. Segments should be upgraded but should not be downgraded to match functional classification. For example, a county highway with the Michigan A-H designation that may functionally be a major collector would be classified as a "Minor Highway" due to other accepted guidelines.
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#If none of the above conditions apply, the road segment can be edited to match the corresponding functional road type.
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==== Alleys ====
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As a general rule in Michigan, only residential alleys should be mapped, and only if they are the locally accepted destination for parking at or near a residence. Alleys should only function as a starting point or final destination, not as a thoroughfare. If alleys are mapped, the road type should be set to "Parking Lot Road" and given the name "Alley". Other attributes (city, direction, turn restrictions) should be set as if the alley were any other drivable road.
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When adding or editing an alley, an important consideration is to verify that house numbers are properly situated for the surrounding street segments. Waze will route to the closest segment for a set of destination coordinates. This may result in the destination being in the alley, which may or may not be the desired result. Refer to the [http://wiki.waze.com/wiki/FAQ#What_do_I_do_when_Waze_has_my_destination_or_address_at_the_wrong_location.3F FAQ] for additional information. If you need guidance or are uncertain whether a certain alley would meet the criteria to be mapped, please post a permalink in this existing Michigan [http://www.waze.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=630&t=89979 forum thread].
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==== Examples of Michigan Roads by Type ====
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*Detail for each road type and links to examples are available at [[Michigan/Roads by type]].
  
 
== Road Construction ==
 
== Road Construction ==
Statewide:
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==== Statewide ====
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*[http://mi.gov/drive/ MDOT MiDrive (Traffic, Construction, etc.)]
 
*[http://mi.gov/drive/ MDOT MiDrive (Traffic, Construction, etc.)]
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*[http://www.michigan.gov/mdot/0,1607,7-151-9621_11008---,00.html MDOT Project Listing]
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==== County Level ====
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*[http://www.micountyroads.org/crcs.php Directory of county road commissions], many of which maintain a list of planned improvements or current projects
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== Places <span style="font-size:small;">(fka Landmarks)</span> ==
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As of March 2014, national guidelines were created for '''[[Places]]''' that all editors should now follow.
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Since changes are still in progress with these guidelines, editors should be conservative about adding Places until these guidelines are solidified.
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For more information regarding this ongoing process, please see the forum link at the top of the Places page.
  
 
== Speed / Red Light Cameras ==
 
== Speed / Red Light Cameras ==
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Speed and red light cameras remain illegal in Michigan. State House bills [http://www.legislature.mi.gov/(S(lnjkie452d1kzr55hw1a3v55))/mileg.aspx?page=GetObject&objectname=2013-HB-4762 4762] and [http://www.legislature.mi.gov/(S(lnjkie452d1kzr55hw1a3v55))/mileg.aspx?page=GetObject&objectname=2013-HB-4763 4763] failed to pass the house in the summer of 2013.
 
Speed and red light cameras remain illegal in Michigan. State House bills [http://www.legislature.mi.gov/(S(lnjkie452d1kzr55hw1a3v55))/mileg.aspx?page=GetObject&objectname=2013-HB-4762 4762] and [http://www.legislature.mi.gov/(S(lnjkie452d1kzr55hw1a3v55))/mileg.aspx?page=GetObject&objectname=2013-HB-4763 4763] failed to pass the house in the summer of 2013.
  
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== Michigan Exceptions to the Community Wiki ==
 
== Michigan Exceptions to the Community Wiki ==
  
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==== (DRAFT) Median U-Turn Intersection (MUTI) ====
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*NOTE: Although these guidelines have not officially been adopted as a Waze standard, the discussion is occurring at [https://www.waze.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=630&t=57049 this forum thread]. This section is in place as a guide for editors experimenting with this type of intersection while a consensus is being reached statewide or country-wide.
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A [http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/publications/research/safety/09057/ Median U-Turn Intersection (MUTI)] is a procedure involving an indirect left turn onto or from a split roadway onto another road where the direct left turn is prohibited at the intersection itself. A MUTI can only occur at the intersection with a cross street. Other median u-turns may be available at crossovers along a split road, however these would not be classified as MUTI since they simply facilitate going the opposite direction along the same split road. A reference figure showing both types of u-turns together appears below.
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To execute the turn, the driver proceeds through the intersection to turn left at the next median u-turn, then turns left onto the same road (in the opposite direction), and finally turns right at the main intersection. Alternatively, if the intersection involves turning onto a split cross road, the driver could also turn right onto the intersecting split road, then turn left at the median u-turn, finally turning left onto the road and proceeding through the main intersection.
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This procedure has proliferated in Michigan since [http://www.michigan.gov/mdot/0,4616,7-151-9620_10694-161777--,00.html the late 1960's], and is locally referred to as a “Michigan Left Turn (MLT)” or just [http://www.michigan.gov/mdot/0,4616,7-151-9620_10694-161777--,00.html “Michigan Left“], even in locations other than Michigan. The MUTI and its variants are now used or being considered in several states and other countries.
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Other terms for this procedure in transportation literature from the Federal Highway Administration and individual states include:
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*[http://www.bqaz.org/azparkway/ “Arizona Parkway”]
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*[http://web.archive.org/web/20070927210837/http://www.ci.farmington-hills.mi.us/egov/docs/1098972815_561889.pdf “Boulevard Turnaround”]
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*[http://web.archive.org/web/20090510121808/http://www.tfhrc.gov/safety/pubs/04091/10.htm#1022 “Median U-Turn Crossover”]
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*[http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/publications/research/safety/07033/index.cfm “Median U-Turn Intersection Treatment (MUTIT)”]
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*[http://thruturnintersections.org/ “ThrU-Turn Intersection (TTI)”]
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In addition, there are a number of related procedures directed toward the same or a similar result as the MUTI. Consequently, some of these procedures may need treatment similar to the MUTI in Waze:
  
'''''(DRAFT) "Michigan Left"'''''
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*[http://web.archive.org/web/20090510121808/http://www.tfhrc.gov/safety/pubs/04091/10.htm#1023 "Continuous Flow Intersection (CFI)"]
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*[http://www.dotd.la.gov/administration/public_info/projects/j-turn/ “J-turn”]
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*[http://web.archive.org/web/20090510121808/http://www.tfhrc.gov/safety/pubs/04091/10.htm#1021 “Jughandle”]
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*[http://www.dot.state.mn.us/roadwork/rci.html “Reduced Conflict Intersection (RCI)”]
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*[http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/publications/research/safety/09059/ “Restricted Crossing U-Turn Intersection (RCUT)”]
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*[http://web.archive.org/web/20090510121808/http://www.tfhrc.gov/safety/pubs/04091/10.htm#1025 “Super-Street Median Crossover”]
  
NOTE: These instructions have not officially been adopted as a standard, but the discussion is occurring at [https://www.waze.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=630&t=57049 this forum thread].  This section is in place as a guide to editors experimenting with this type of intersection while a consensus is being reached statewide.
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In order to be considered a MUTI (or variant), proper signage should be in place. Depending on what entity maintains the road, however, the quality of signage will vary.
  
A [http://www.michigan.gov/mdot/0,4616,7-151-9620_10694-161777--,00.html "Michigan Left"] is a procedure involving an indirect left turn onto or from a split roadway onto another road where the direct left turn is prohibited at the intersection itself.  The driver proceeds through the intersection to turn left at the next median u-turn, then turn left onto the same road (in the opposite direction), and finally turns right at the main intersection.  Alternatively, if the intersection involves turning onto a split road, the driver could also turn right onto the intersecting split road, then turn left at the median u-turn, finally turning left onto the road and proceeding through the main intersection.
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:[[File:Michigan Left Signage 1.png]][[File:Michigan Left Signage 2.png]][[File:Michigan Left Signage 3.png]]
  
 
*''Naming Convention:'' to [street name] [opposing direction] / to [cross street name] [direction]
 
*''Naming Convention:'' to [street name] [opposing direction] / to [cross street name] [direction]
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**Similar to highway [[Junction Style Guide#Wayfinder Segments|way-finder segments]], the “street name” is instructional rather than official
 
**Example intersection of [https://www.waze.com/editor/?zoom=5&lat=42.56471&lon=-83.04857&layers=TBFTFFTTTTFTTFTFTFTFTTTTTFFF&segments=24110395,61554313,24085969,61554307&env=usa Mound Rd and Metro Parkway] in Macomb County
 
**Example intersection of [https://www.waze.com/editor/?zoom=5&lat=42.56471&lon=-83.04857&layers=TBFTFFTTTTFTTFTFTFTFTTTTTFFF&segments=24110395,61554313,24085969,61554307&env=usa Mound Rd and Metro Parkway] in Macomb County
 
***Driving north on Mound Rd: "to Mound Rd S / to Metro Pkwy W"
 
***Driving north on Mound Rd: "to Mound Rd S / to Metro Pkwy W"
Line 152: Line 228:
  
 
*''Road Type:'' RAMP
 
*''Road Type:'' RAMP
**This violates traditional at-grade connector rules and use of the ramp type, but it hides the instructional street name in the client.
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**Although this departs from traditional rules for [[At-grade connectors]] and for use of the [[Road types/USA#Ramps|ramp road type]], it hides the instructional street name in the client. It is close to the exception stated on the at-grade connector page, however, in that a MUTI is a signed--though unnumbered--exit from the current direction of travel on a roadway.
  
 
*''Junction Angles:'' Between 45 and 90 degrees
 
*''Junction Angles:'' Between 45 and 90 degrees
**The angles for the median u-turn should generate two "turn left" instructions.
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**The angles for the median u-turn should generate two "turn left" instructions. The first “turn left” should occur prior to entering and the second should occur while exiting the median crossover.
  
: [[Image:Example_Michigan_Left.png]]
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*''Junction Position:''
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**The initial junction ideally should be as close to the start of the solid white line as possible (if present). This prevents a turn instruction from occurring too early or too late. In many cases, this will require adding a [[Glossary#Geometry node|geometry node]] at the start of the segment at the most detailed zoom level to generate the correct turn angle.
  
== Forum ==
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:[[File:MichiganLeftJunctionLocation.PNG]]
[http://www.waze.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=630 Michigan sub-forum]
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== To-do Lists ==
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<br/>Sample MUTI as it appears in Waze Map Editor:
Keep track of work that needs to be done and coordinate efforts with other AMs.
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== Area/Country Managers ==
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If you are an Area Manager who covers the State of Michigan, or a USA Country Manager active in Michigan, please add yourself alphabetically to this list.
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You are also encouraged to create your own User Profile here in the Wiki. The profile can then also be linked to from your Forum Signature.
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:[[File:Example Michigan Left.png]]
  
(Edit this section to read the comments explaining how to add yourself .)
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Distinction between MUTI and standard crossovers:
  
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:[[File:MUTI versus crossover.png]]
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! scope="col" width="50pt" bgcolor="skyblue"|[http://www.waze.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=17712&start=10#p161484 Forum PM]
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[http://www.waze.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=630 Michigan sub-forum]
| [[User:agedcheeze|agedcheeze]] || West Michigan Area|| Kent, some Muskegon, Ottawa, and Allegan. || [http://www.waze.com/forum/ucp.php?i=pm&mode=compose&subject=MI%20Resource%20Wiki:&username=agedcheeze PM]
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|- align="center"
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== To-do Lists ==
| [[User:captnkeegs|captnkeegs]] || Grand Rapids Area.|| Mostly working Kent & Barry county some Ottawa & Allegan county area. || [http://www.waze.com/forum/ucp.php?i=pm&mode=compose&subject=MI%20Resource%20Wiki:&username=captnkeegs PM]
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|- align="center"
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Keep track of work that needs to be done and coordinate efforts with other AMs.
| [[User:davielde|davielde]] || Ann Arbor || A2 and surrounding areas || [http://www.waze.com/forum/ucp.php?i=pm&mode=compose&subject=MI%20Resource%20Wiki:&username=davielde PM]
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*[http://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AtZI4mV7uAczdHMzbENYRWU0VkhqQ0xGcmpISmdKN2c&usp=sharing Functional Classification Inventory]
| [[User:GizmoGuy411|GizmoGuy411]] || Home AM area: NE Ohio, SE Michigan, NW Indiana || US Country Manager, Global & US Waze Champ, Great Lakes Regional Coordinator || [http://www.waze.com/forum/ucp.php?i=pm&mode=compose&subject=MI%20Resource%20Wiki:&username=GizmoGuy411 PM]
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*[http://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0ArJPH0stDnfOdC1ucHdYWHdDZ3IyMzVMc05fa3pUenc&usp=sharing Freeway Consistency]
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*[http://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0ArJPH0stDnfOdHliWHhJdTV6WnpEV2dPWGd4bVF3V0E&usp=sharing State and County Highway Consistency]
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*[http://www.michigan.gov/mdot/0,1607,7-151-9618_11010-66507--,00.html Ferry list] (add docks as Point Places)
  
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For spreadsheets above, comments can be inserted, but edits are locked. Send a PM to [http://www.waze.com/forum/ucp.php?i=pm&mode=compose&subject=MI%20Resource%20Wiki:&username=davielde davielde] for editing access.
| [[User:lelehman|lelehman]] || Mt. Pleasant, Lansing Area|| Mostly working on mid-Michigan. || [http://www.waze.com/forum/ucp.php?i=pm&mode=compose&subject=MI%20Resource%20Wiki:&username=lelehman PM]
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== Area/Country Managers ==
| [[User:jschultz7|jschultz7]] || SE Michigan || Working downriver and surrounding areas || [http://www.waze.com/forum/ucp.php?i=pm&mode=compose&subject=MI%20Resource%20Wiki:&username=jschultz7 PM]
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If you are an Area Manager who covers the State of Michigan, or a USA Country Manager active in Michigan, please add yourself by rank and then alphabetically to this list.
| [[User:Riamus|Riamus]] || Northern lower peninsula || North of the Grayling line. || [http://www.waze.com/forum/ucp.php?i=pm&mode=compose&subject=MI%20Resource%20Wiki:&username=Riamus PM]
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You are also encouraged to create your own User Profile here in the Wiki. The profile can then also be linked to from your Forum Signature.
| [[User:robc007|robc007]] || I-94 || Between Marshall and I-275. || [http://www.waze.com/forum/ucp.php?i=pm&mode=compose&subject=MI%20Resource%20Wiki:&username=robc007 PM]
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Area managers may also add their managed polygon to [https://mapsengine.google.com/map/u/0/edit?mid=ziFWFU1Jd4Vg.kNeUGPOnDl5o this Google map.] [http://www.waze.com/forum/ucp.php?i=pm&mode=compose&subject=MI%20Resource%20Wiki:&username=lelehman PM lelehman] for access.
  
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{{AM/Top}}
| [[User:miked_64|miked_64]] || SW Lower MI || GR, Kzoo and surrounding areas || [http://www.waze.com/forum/ucp.php?i=pm&mode=compose&subject=MI%20Resource%20Wiki:&username=miked_64 PM]
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{{AM/Country}}
 
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{{AM/Editor|GizmoGuy411|6|Home AM area: NE Ohio, SE Michigan, NW Indiana|US Country Manager, Global & US Waze Champ, Great Lakes Regional Coordinator|badge1=gc|badge2=rc|badge3=mgc}}
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{{AM/Editor|sketch|6|Louisiana, Metro Detroit|US Country Manager, Global & US Waze Champ|badge1=gc|badge2=mgc}}
| colspan="4" style="text-align: center;" | Usernames in <span style="color:blue">blue</span> have created Waze Wiki Profiles. Usernames in <span style="color:red">red </span> have not.
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{{AM/Editor|davielde|5|Ann Arbor|US Country Manager|badge1=m}}
 
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{{AM/Editor|SkiDooGuy|5|Detroit|MI State Manager|badge1=m}}
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{{AM/Editor|jdeyoung|6|West Michigan|}}
 
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{{AM/Editor|lelehman|5|Lower Peninsula|Based in Mid-Michigan}}
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{{AM/Editor|hitfactor|4|SW Lower MI|Berrien and Cass Counties}}
| [[User:Username|Username]] || +/- Area1, Area2, ... || Any comments || [http://www.waze.com/forum/ucp.php?i=pm&mode=compose&subject=OH%20Resource%20Wiki:&username={INSERT YOUR USERNAME HERE & remove braces} PM]
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{{AM/Editor|SuperMari0O|4|Upper Peninsula|Alger, Baraga, Chippewa, Delta, Dickinson, Gogebic, Houghton, Iron, Keweenaw, Luce, Mackinac, Marquette, Menominee, Ontonagon, and Schoolcraft counties}}
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{{AM/Editor|miked_64|3|SW Lower MI|GR, Kzoo and surrounding areas}}
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{{AM/Bottom}}
  
 
== About this page ==
 
== About this page ==
Please report broken links to: (volunteers needed)
 
  
This page was initially created using the [http://www.waze.com/wiki/index.php/Ohio Ohio Information and Resource] Waze Wiki page as a template on 2012-05-07 by [http://www.waze.com/forum/ucp.php?i=pm&mode=compose&action=quotepost&p=168715 GizmoGuy411].
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Please report broken links to: [http://www.waze.com/forum/ucp.php?i=pm&mode=compose&subject=MI%20Resource%20Wiki:&username=davielde davielde] (other volunteers needed).
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This page was initially created using the [[Ohio]] Waze Wiki page as a template on 2012-05-07 by [http://www.waze.com/forum/ucp.php?i=pm&mode=compose&action=quotepost&p=168715 GizmoGuy411].
  
 
If you are a Michigan AM, please help develop this page and add a link to your profile and/or PM below to show you are a contributor to this page.
 
If you are a Michigan AM, please help develop this page and add a link to your profile and/or PM below to show you are a contributor to this page.
  
'''Contributors: (Profile / PM}'''<br>
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'''Contributors: (Profile / PM}'''<br/>[[User:GizmoGuy411|GizmoGuy411]] / [http://www.waze.com/forum/ucp.php?i=pm&mode=compose&subject=MI%20Resource%20Wiki:&username=GizmoGuy411 PM] - initial creator and continued contributor.
[[User:GizmoGuy411|GizmoGuy411]] /
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[http://www.waze.com/forum/ucp.php?i=pm&mode=compose&subject=MI%20Resource%20Wiki:&username=GizmoGuy411 PM] - initial creator and continued contributor -
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[[User:Davielde|davielde]] / [http://www.waze.com/forum/ucp.php?i=pm&mode=compose&subject=MI%20Resource%20Wiki:&username=davielde PM] - contributor.
  
[[Category:USA]]
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[[Category:USA]]<br/>[[Category:Michigan]]

Latest revision as of 08:19, 6 March 2017


Information and resources regarding editing Waze maps in Michigan. Resources for other states and the entire country can be found on the mapping resources page.

Statewide

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Here are instructions on Adding a Bookmarklet.

Major Cities

Please list cities smaller than 100,000 under their county in the category below this one.

Counties

Notes:
- Links are GIS resources unless otherwise indicated.
- Sites marked with a $ have fee based access.

Road Categorization

General wiki resources are available here:

In addition to the standard wiki resources, considerations specific to Michigan include:

County Highways versus County Roads

  • Michigan has an "intercounty" highway system in addition to locally maintained county roads. In both cases, naming conventions should follow highway naming by state.
    • Numbered county highways are prefixed with A through H based on geography. Naming convention should be "CR-[Letter Prefix][#]" (i.e. "CR-D19"). In all cases, local signage should be used to designate a primary name, while the county highway designation could be an alternate name if appropriate. While these roads could conceivably be classified higher, the lowest road type used should be Minor Highway regardless of appearance or functional classification.
    • A small number of counties maintain numbered county roads that are not part of the statewide A-H highway system. These roads should be named CR-[#] (i.e. "CR-388") and would typically appear as Primary Street, Street, or even Dirt Road.

Use of Functional Classification for Road Types

  • As noted on the Road types/USA page, public road types in the United States are determined by the FHWA functional classification and, if applicable, by the highway system to which a road may belong. This methodology was adopted in April 2014, superseding previous road type guidance. In order to assist editors in determining proper road types, functional classification maps published by each state's department of transportation are available on the National resources/USA/Functional classification page.
  • Prior to reclassifying any road segment to its functional classification, however, the following levels of precedence should be observed:
  1. Private roads should be classified as Private Road (even if dirt or otherwise unpaved).
  2. Public dirt or unpaved roads should be classified as Dirt road / 4X4 Trail.
  3. Any road classified higher than the current functional classification type due to a separate consideration for highway system, statewide standard, or local editor judgment should remain as is. Segments should be upgraded but should not be downgraded to match functional classification. For example, a county highway with the Michigan A-H designation that may functionally be a major collector would be classified as a "Minor Highway" due to other accepted guidelines.
  4. If none of the above conditions apply, the road segment can be edited to match the corresponding functional road type.

Alleys

As a general rule in Michigan, only residential alleys should be mapped, and only if they are the locally accepted destination for parking at or near a residence. Alleys should only function as a starting point or final destination, not as a thoroughfare. If alleys are mapped, the road type should be set to "Parking Lot Road" and given the name "Alley". Other attributes (city, direction, turn restrictions) should be set as if the alley were any other drivable road.

When adding or editing an alley, an important consideration is to verify that house numbers are properly situated for the surrounding street segments. Waze will route to the closest segment for a set of destination coordinates. This may result in the destination being in the alley, which may or may not be the desired result. Refer to the FAQ for additional information. If you need guidance or are uncertain whether a certain alley would meet the criteria to be mapped, please post a permalink in this existing Michigan forum thread.

Examples of Michigan Roads by Type

Road Construction

Statewide

County Level

Places (fka Landmarks)

As of March 2014, national guidelines were created for Places that all editors should now follow.

Since changes are still in progress with these guidelines, editors should be conservative about adding Places until these guidelines are solidified.

For more information regarding this ongoing process, please see the forum link at the top of the Places page.

Speed / Red Light Cameras

Speed and red light cameras remain illegal in Michigan. State House bills 4762 and 4763 failed to pass the house in the summer of 2013.

While traffic monitoring devices are employed in the state, no cameras are used for enforcement or issuing citations according to the Michigan State Police.

Michigan Exceptions to the Community Wiki

(DRAFT) Median U-Turn Intersection (MUTI)

  • NOTE: Although these guidelines have not officially been adopted as a Waze standard, the discussion is occurring at this forum thread. This section is in place as a guide for editors experimenting with this type of intersection while a consensus is being reached statewide or country-wide.

A Median U-Turn Intersection (MUTI) is a procedure involving an indirect left turn onto or from a split roadway onto another road where the direct left turn is prohibited at the intersection itself. A MUTI can only occur at the intersection with a cross street. Other median u-turns may be available at crossovers along a split road, however these would not be classified as MUTI since they simply facilitate going the opposite direction along the same split road. A reference figure showing both types of u-turns together appears below.

To execute the turn, the driver proceeds through the intersection to turn left at the next median u-turn, then turns left onto the same road (in the opposite direction), and finally turns right at the main intersection. Alternatively, if the intersection involves turning onto a split cross road, the driver could also turn right onto the intersecting split road, then turn left at the median u-turn, finally turning left onto the road and proceeding through the main intersection.

This procedure has proliferated in Michigan since the late 1960's, and is locally referred to as a “Michigan Left Turn (MLT)” or just “Michigan Left“, even in locations other than Michigan. The MUTI and its variants are now used or being considered in several states and other countries.

Other terms for this procedure in transportation literature from the Federal Highway Administration and individual states include:

In addition, there are a number of related procedures directed toward the same or a similar result as the MUTI. Consequently, some of these procedures may need treatment similar to the MUTI in Waze:

In order to be considered a MUTI (or variant), proper signage should be in place. Depending on what entity maintains the road, however, the quality of signage will vary.

Michigan Left Signage 1.pngMichigan Left Signage 2.pngMichigan Left Signage 3.png
  • Naming Convention: to [street name] [opposing direction] / to [cross street name] [direction]
    • Similar to highway way-finder segments, the “street name” is instructional rather than official
    • Example intersection of Mound Rd and Metro Parkway in Macomb County
      • Driving north on Mound Rd: "to Mound Rd S / to Metro Pkwy W"
      • Driving south on Mound Rd: "to Mound Rd N / to Metro Pkwy E"
      • Driving west on Metro Pkwy: "to Metro Pkwy E / to Mound Rd S"
      • Driving east on Metro Pkwy: "to Metro Pkwy W / to Mound Rd N"
  • Road Type: RAMP
    • Although this departs from traditional rules for At-grade connectors and for use of the ramp road type, it hides the instructional street name in the client. It is close to the exception stated on the at-grade connector page, however, in that a MUTI is a signed--though unnumbered--exit from the current direction of travel on a roadway.
  • Junction Angles: Between 45 and 90 degrees
    • The angles for the median u-turn should generate two "turn left" instructions. The first “turn left” should occur prior to entering and the second should occur while exiting the median crossover.
  • Junction Position:
    • The initial junction ideally should be as close to the start of the solid white line as possible (if present). This prevents a turn instruction from occurring too early or too late. In many cases, this will require adding a geometry node at the start of the segment at the most detailed zoom level to generate the correct turn angle.
MichiganLeftJunctionLocation.PNG


Sample MUTI as it appears in Waze Map Editor:

Example Michigan Left.png

Distinction between MUTI and standard crossovers:

MUTI versus crossover.png

Forum

Michigan sub-forum

To-do Lists

Keep track of work that needs to be done and coordinate efforts with other AMs.

For spreadsheets above, comments can be inserted, but edits are locked. Send a PM to davielde for editing access.

Area/Country Managers

If you are an Area Manager who covers the State of Michigan, or a USA Country Manager active in Michigan, please add yourself by rank and then alphabetically to this list.

You are also encouraged to create your own User Profile here in the Wiki. The profile can then also be linked to from your Forum Signature.

Area managers may also add their managed polygon to this Google map. PM lelehman for access.

Michigan — Area, State and Country Managers
Regional Coordinator(s): [RC] GizmoGuy411 (PM) and [ARC] TerryPurdue (PM)
Username Area Managed Comments
Country Managers (Great Lakes region)
(Add to or edit Country and State sections of table)
GizmoGuy411(6) [PM] Profile L6.png Home AM area: NE Ohio, SE Michigan, NW Indiana Badge GlobalChamp.pngBadgeRC-Temp.pngBadge Mentor Global Champ.png
US Country Manager, Global & US Waze Champ, Great Lakes Regional Coordinator
sketch(6) [PM] Profile L6.png Louisiana, Metro Detroit Badge GlobalChamp.pngBadge Mentor Global Champ.png
US Country Manager, Global & US Waze Champ
davielde(5) [PM] Profile L5.png Ann Arbor Badge Mentor.png
US Country Manager
State Managers (Great Lakes region)
SkiDooGuy(5) [PM] Profile L5.png Detroit Badge Mentor.png
MI State Manager
Area Managers
jdeyoung(6) [PM] Profile L6.png West Michigan
lelehman(5) [PM] Profile L5.png Lower Peninsula Based in Mid-Michigan
captnkeegs(4) [PM] Profile L4.png West Michigan Mostly Working Kent, Barry, Allegan, Ottawa, Muskegon Counties and other areas between Cadillac and South Haven
hitfactor(4) [PM] Profile L4.png SW Lower MI Berrien and Cass Counties
SuperMari0O(4) [PM] Profile L4.png Upper Peninsula Alger, Baraga, Chippewa, Delta, Dickinson, Gogebic, Houghton, Iron, Keweenaw, Luce, Mackinac, Marquette, Menominee, Ontonagon, and Schoolcraft counties
miked_64(3) [PM] Profile L3.png SW Lower MI GR, Kzoo and surrounding areas


About this page

Please report broken links to: davielde (other volunteers needed).

This page was initially created using the Ohio Waze Wiki page as a template on 2012-05-07 by GizmoGuy411.

If you are a Michigan AM, please help develop this page and add a link to your profile and/or PM below to show you are a contributor to this page.

Contributors: (Profile / PM}
GizmoGuy411 / PM - initial creator and continued contributor.

davielde / PM - contributor.