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In these cases, we need to use a wayfinder configuration. Each wayfinder configuration will have one "IN" segment and two "OUT" segments.


These configurations have been designed based on a very in-depth understanding of Waze's standard rules for generating instructions. Please don't deviate from these precise configurations.

  • Each "stub" segment should be

5 m (16 feet) long. This is long enough so it will not cause routing problems, but it is short enough to suppress display of the names (on Freeway stubs) and keep freeways looking contiguous (on Ramp stubs).