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State highway naming
State highways are to be named State Hwy ###
There is TTS support to name state highways as WY-### but doing this will cause the state shields to go away in the app. Until this is implemented fully, we will stick with the State Hwy ### format.
Ramp names can use the WY-### format since they do not carry shields.
County road naming
In Wyoming, we observe a minimum standard for locking roads based on segment type. Any road of a certain segment type must be locked at least to the rank listed in the chart below. Roads may be locked higher for protection and special situations (construction, confusing design, frequent mistakes, image inaccuracies, etc.), but should not be locked lower.
^1 Freeways may be locked at a 4 or 5.
Roads named N, S, E or W
If you encounter any roads that are named N, S, E, or W, you must add a period (.) to the end of the letter. For example, West N Street is abbreviated as W N. St. County Road W is abbreviated as CR-W., and so on. This ensures the TTS system reads the road name as "County Road W" and not "County Road West."
U-turns in Wyoming are permitted when:
- The u-turn can be made in safety and without interfering with other traffic.
- Not upon any curve, or upon the approach to or near the crest of a grade, where the vehicle cannot be seen by the driver of any other vehicle approaching from either direction within five hundred (500) feet.
- Not explicitly prohibited by signage or local municipal law.
For Waze routing, u-turns should only be enabled where they provide the potential for improved routing, which includes recovering from missed turns. A common example is a median-divided primary street that has homes/businesses with their driveways/entrances directly on it, where reaching them would otherwise require lengthy, multi-turn deviations through side roads in order to end up on the correct side of the median.