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This page contains information related to editing Waze maps in the USA Mid Atlantic Region which includes '''Virginia''', '''West_Virginia''', and '''Maryland'''. It takes precedence over any more geographically localized state-level sub-pages to insure regional unity and consistency. Questions should be addressed to the [[Mid_Atlantic#Mid_Atlantic_Editors_.28Key_Personnel.29|MA Regional Coordinator or the State Managers]].
 
  
See the '''[https://www.waze.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=946 Mid Atlantic Forum]''' for more information. You can also send a request to the [[Mid_Atlantic#Mid_Atlantic_Editors_.28Key_Personnel.29|State Managers or the MA Regional Coordinator]] to join our private slack chat group. We are always looking for editors, and have fun learning in the process.
 
 
This page is maintained by [https://www.waze.com/forum/memberlist.php?mode=viewprofile&u=1005502 CBenson]. <span style="color:#4b0082;">Please coordinate any changes in advance</span>. Mid Atlantic map editors are encouraged to add/modify their own information in the '''[[Mid_Atlantic#Mid Atlantic Editors|Mid Atlantic Editors]]''' table below.  <span style="color:#0000cd;">All editors should be familiar with [[Best_map_editing_practice|Best Editing Practices]]. </span>
 
 
== Cities and towns ==
 
 
*'''Alabama:''' There are 426 municipalities and 67 counties in the state. The primary urban centers are Birmingham, Mobile, Montgomery (state capitol), and Huntsville, all pierced by or nearby the I-65 corridor. The toll system is [http://www.tollfinder.com/states/AL/ Freedom Pass]. Alabama is in the Central time zone.
 
 
*'''[[USA/Southeast/Florida/Mapping resources|Florida]]:''' There are 473 municipalities and 67 counties in the state. Orlando and neighboring Lake Buena Vista endure the most editing and map reports due to their popularity as global tourist destinations. The toll system is "[http://www.sunpass.com_Sunpass Sunpass]" ([http://www.floridasturnpike.com/TollCalcV3/index.htm toll rates]) and it is near impossible to travel anywhere in Florida from Orlando southward without encountering it. Outside of Florida, it is compatible with the [http://www.myncquickpass.com NC QuickPass], and the GA PeachPass (see below). Florida spans the Eastern and Central time zones, with the dividing line at the Apalachicola River west of Tallahassee.
 
 
:*''' Disney World:''' Disney World has been edited and locked to rank 5 for segments and rank 6 for areas/points. If you see an issue anywhere in Disney World, please post it to the [http://www.waze.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=199 unlock request forum], or alert a rank 5 or 6 editor with the problem and it will be fixed.
 
 
*'''Georgia:''' There are 523 municipalities and 159 counties in the state. The toll system is [http://www.peachpass.com/ PeachPass] and is primarily found on HOV lanes in metro Atlanta. Some HOV lanes ''require'' PeachPass. Outside of Georgia, it is compatible with the FL Sunpass, and the [http://www.myncquickpass.com NC QuickPass]. Georgia is in the Eastern time zone.
 
 
== Road (segment) types ==
 
 
Determining road types in the Southeast aligns with the Waze '''[[Road_types/USA|USA Standard]]''' for freeway, major highway, minor highways, and primary streets. The Waze USA standard is a hybrid system based on a national standard called "functional classification" with a few modifications.
 
 
'''[[National_resources/USA/Functional_classification|Functional classification maps]]''' are available for most states. Compliance across state borders is important to insure better route selections between states; however, editors in some states have deferred adoption of the '''[[Road_types/USA|USA Standard]]''' due to in-state concerns. If you edit in any region than the Southeast, you must comply with that '''[[Mapping_resources/USA|state's recommendations]]'''.
 
 
Although the Waze '''[[Road_types/USA|USA Standard]]''' permits some road-type selection deviation, at present no Southeast deviations are permitted, but may be in the future.
 
 
=== Minimum Road Type Standards ===
 
 
Interstate = {{freeway}}<br/>US Hwy = {{Major Highway}} (MH)<br/>State Roads = {{Minor Highway}} (<span data-scaytid="6" data-scayt_word="mH">mH</span>)
 
 
=== Road Segment Naming ===
 
 
 
 
Often when US Hwys, State Roads, and County Roads pass through municipalities, they have a local name (e.g, "Main St"). Please see '''[[Road_names/USA|Road Names]]''' for instructions on how to name these segments. Check '''[[Highway_naming/USA|here]]''' for other states.
 
 
===When to Split a Two-Way Road===
 
Generally, a road should be undivided unless it meets ALL of the requirements for dividing a road. When initially reviewing whether to divide or "un-divide" (merge back together) a roadway, consider these points first:
 
 
# The default representation for any roadway is a single 2-way segment, even if the physical roadway is divided. Dividing a roadway carries with it the burden of proof that the change will improve the usability and/ or simplicity of the waze map.
 
# If a road is currently working with no problem reports, consider leaving it as is.
 
# Try to avoid switching roads back and forth between being divided and 2-way. For example, if most of the road is clearly divided and only parts would be considered a single two-way road, consider leaving it all divided. If only a small portion seems better off divided, consider keeping it all 2-way.
 
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'''A road may be divided when <u>ALL</u> of the following conditions are met:'''
 
 
* GPS tracks show a clearly definable and continuous gap (blank area) between the color-by-azimuth arrows at the 100m/500ft [[Map_Editor_Interface_and_Controls#Scale|zoom level]],
 
* Multiple houses or businesses with no off-street parking are located directly on the street but are not accessible from the opposite direction of travel due to lengthy median, obstruction, or traffic control signage, or
 
* U-turns are required to properly make turns from public driveable road types that are blocked by a median. (this will soon not be a reason as u-turns will be working in the client soon)
 
 
'''A road should <u>not</u> be divided when:'''
 
* The non-driveable median is interrupted by a cross segment at most intersections.
 
* There is a center turn lane (any width) between directions of travel. Dividing this type of road creates problems when people turn from the middle lane because there is no road for the navigation to follow.
 
* It is possible and legal to make a left turn/u-turn everywhere along the road
 
* The objective is solely for visual appearance or to make the road match another visual source like Google Maps. MATCHING GOOGLE (or any other map product) IS NOT A REASON.
 
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Remember that dividing and undividing roads each comes with its own set of problems. Each situation is unique and some issues may be more manageable with a single two-way road, and some may work fine with a divided road. Consider every aspect of routing, and carefully examine each junction before dividing or undividing. Regardless of whether you're dividing or undividing, remember that you might cause more problems than you solve and you might have to put it back the way it was before.  Also remember that dividing and undividing each cause  loss of some traffic data, which can result in poor Waze routing.
 
 
== Mapping Resources & Functional Classification ==
 
 
Use only state DOT level FC maps when determine how to type (classify) a segment (Major Hwy, Minor Hwy, etc.).  Some counties and cities have their own FC system, but only the state level system is to be used as a reference as these have been through a federal and state level approval process.
 
 
*[[Waze_Map_Editor|Map Editor]]
 
*[[National_resources/USA/Functional_classification|Functional Classification]] for other states.
 
 
=== Alabama ===
 
 
 
 
=== Florida ===
 
 
 
 
==== Other Resources ====
 
 
 
 
=== Georgia ===
 
 
==== Functional Classification ====
 
 
*[http://www.atlantaregional.com/about-us/board--committees/transportation-coordinating/functional-classification-review Functional Classification] Atlanta Metro (draft)
 
 
==== Other Resources ====
 
 
 
 
== Update Requests & Comments ==
 
The southeast follows the national [[Update_Requests_in_Waze_Map_Editor|Update Requests & Comments]] guidance. Do NOT leave reminders at 4 days (or however many days). If another editor left a comment for the reporter, there is no response from the reporter, AND it has been 7+ days....simply put a comment about why it's being closed (i.e. "Closed due to inactivity.") and mark it Not Identified.
 
 
Do not over complicate the UR process, and please do not leave lengthy questions/responses. There are a few UR comment scripts that have been designed and approved by higher ranked editors available for your use. [https://www.waze.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=819 Scripts Page]
 
 
== Places (formerly Landmarks) ==
 
The southeast follows the national [[Places]] guidance. The following exceptions to the national guidance are NOT mapped:
 
 
== Major construction projects ==
 
 
See the states' Department of Transporation (DOT) web sites for a list of '''long term''' road closures and changes to traffic flow that impact the Waze Map.
 
 
*[http://www.dot.state.al.us/ Alabama DOT]
 
*[http://www.dot.state.fl.us/publicinformationoffice/moreDOT/majorprojects.shtm Florida DOT]
 
*[http://www.dot.ga.gov/ Georgia DOT]
 
 
 
=== Alleys ===
 
 
These are mapped as a Parking Lot road only if the alley leads to more than one address (businesses or residences) or is a named street. Otherwise, alleys are not mapped.
 
 
=== Non-drivable roads ===
 
 
Generally, if a path can't be driven on (e.g. Walking Trail, Pedestrian Boardwalk, Stairway, Runway/Taxiway) then it is not mapped.
 
 
=== Emergency Vehicle and DOT Service Roads ===
 
We do not map Emergency Vehicle and DOT Service Roads.
 
 
=== Ferries ===
 
 
For areas where residents are dependent upon ferries, see the [[Ferries|Ferries Editing Manual]]. Please contact your RC for any questions deciding if a ferry should be mapped.
 
 
=== Railroads ===
 
 
[[Road_types/USA#Railroad|Railroads]] can be mapped, but they are not a priority at this time.
 
 
== Cameras ==
 
 
=== Red light cameras ===
 
 
Currently, the only way to add cameras to the editor are from the app. When placing a camera in the app, drop a general error with "RLC W" where W = the direction the camera is facing. This will allow other editors to know which way the camera is facing when they go to approve it in the editor.
 
 
DO NOT USE PHOTOENFORCED AS A REFERENCE FOR CAMERA LOCATIONS. This website is inaccurate! Only use official websites, or (of course) your own eyes.
 
 
 
=== Speed Cameras ===
 
 
Speed cameras that issue tickets are not located in AL, FL, or GA. Do not map this type of camera. Only red light cameras are used in all three states.
 
 
=== Other Camera Types ===
 
 
These are cameras or signs that either provide driver feedback or are used for traffic control. These devices '''CAN NOT''' issue tickets and are not mapped.
 
 
 
== Mid Atlantic Editors (Key Personnel) ==
 
 
If you reside in and are granted Area Manager editing privileges or higher anywhere in Maryland, DC, West Virginia, or Virginia please add yourself to this table.
 
 
{| border="1" cellpadding="2"
 
|- align="center"
 
! scope="col" width="100pt" bgcolor="skyblue" | Username
 
! scope="col" width="200pt" bgcolor="skyblue" | Assigned Responsibility
 
! scope="col" width="200pt" bgcolor="skyblue" | Location
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="skyblue"
 
| colspan="3" | '''Rank 6'''
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="white"
 
| driving79
 
| Southeast Regional Coordinator
 
| FL
 
|-
 
| style="text-align: center;" | txemt
 
| style="text-align: center;" | South Central/US Territories RC
 
| style="text-align: center;" | Miami, Fl
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="white"
 
| spankdog
 
| Local Champ
 
| Metro Atlanta, GA
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="white"
 
| banished
 
| Global Champ<br/>
 
| Florida Panhandle
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="skyblue"
 
| colspan="3" | '''Rank 5'''
 
|-
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="white"
 
| heyblue
 
| State Manager (AL)
 
| Huntsville, AL
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="white"
 
| ggrane
 
| State Manager (FL)
 
| Miami, FL
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="white"
 
| HuckD
 
| State Manager (GA)
 
| Albany, GA
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="white"
 
| Jakflash
 
| State Manager (FL)
 
| North Florida/Panhandle
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="white"
 
| T0cableguy
 
| State Manager (FL)
 
| Lake Wales, FL
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="skyblue"
 
| colspan="3" | '''Rank 4'''
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="white"
 
| --
 
| --
 
| --
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="skyblue"
 
| colspan="3" | '''Rank 3'''
 
|- align="center"
 
| Jpere
 
| Area Manager
 
| Miami
 
|- align="center"
 
| jbrianj
 
| Area Manager
 
| Florida Panhandle
 
|- align="center"
 
| SeekingSerenity
 
| Area Manager
 
| Northwest Georgia
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="white"
 
| aarakes
 
| Area Manager
 
| <br/>
 
|- align="center"
 
| Jroman7
 
| Area Manager
 
| Metro Atlanta, GA
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="skyblue"
 
| colspan="3" | '''Rank 2'''
 
|- align="center"
 
| BarfmanTheGreat
 
| Area Manager
 
| Tampa Bay Area
 
|- align="center"
 
| HeladoCaliente
 
| Area Manager
 
| Gainesville Area
 
|- align="center"
 
| KeepFSUSafe
 
| Area Manager
 
| Tallahassee - Big Bend Area
 
|}
 
 
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