| The new Waze Wiki, aka Wazeopedia, is now live at Wazeopedia.waze.com! While this legacy wiki will remain accessible for the time being, it is no longer updated by the community. For the most up-to-date guidance, please visit your local Wazeopedia.
Please do not make any more updates to these legacy wiki pages, all future updates should be made in your country's local Wazeopedia.
Current definition is "A big highway, usually 3+ lanes, with minimal stops – mostly exits and interchanges, bt possibly with some intersections and junctions "
Does 3+ lanes mean three or more lanes in the same direction? If a highway has mostly exits and interchanges and has two lanes eastbound and two lanes westbound, is it a major highway?
Bugmuncher 02:53, 29 August 2010 (UTC)
Current definition is "Other streets or BLVD w/ stoplights that are relatively used (such as Middlefield Rd. in Menlo Park or Park blvd. in Oakland)"
Does it have to be a stop light? What about other traffic control devices, such as stop signs on adjoining streets, in areas where there are not many traffic signals? Bugmuncher 02:58, 29 August 2010 (UTC)
Are service roads really frontage roads, or are these roads such as park access roads? I assumed that these were roads for such purposes as hospital emergency room access, roads within places like Disneyland, etc.
The Cul-de-sac type of road is not an option when editing roads. Please add.
Cul-de-sac is not a road type. It's just another name for "dead-end".
Two roads the connect/merge on a residential street
PLease advise on proper protocol to map edit two different named streets that meet on a road curve or bend.