This is a list of all the users who assist in the management of a state or region of Australia, as well as links to their editor profiles.
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- 1 Waze APAC Staff
- 2 Whole Country
- 3 State Managers
- 4 Area Managers
- 5 Other Roles
Waze APAC Staff
Waze Staff members represent Waze in the Asia Pacific region. For editing queries, questions are best directed at the State/Country Managers, not Waze staff.
- ituajr (Australian Coordinator, Global Champ, Country Manager, Level 6)
- BTStar (Country Manager, Level 5)
- Vestigal (Country Manager, Level 5)
- lakeyboy (Level 5) - Inactive
- glomp (Level 6) - Inactive
New South Wales
Australian Capital Territory
- TerritoryKate (Level 2)
- ituajr (Level 6)
State Managers who manage New South Wales also have the Australian Capital Territory in their area. However, please defer to local managers for any questions about the ACT before asking NSW State Managers.
Our list of area managers is maintained using the Waze forum usergroup for Australian Area Managers.
The MTE Marshal Role helps to promote Major Traffic Events (MTE) on Waze and collaborate with closure teams. More info on their position here. MTE Marshals also provide guidance on the creation of MTE events and RTC permissions. MTE Marshals in Australia are:
Real Time Closure (RTC) Permissions
The following users have been given real time closure permissions in a defined polygon to assist with Major Traffic Events (MTE).
Waze for Cities - Partners Coordinators
The partners coordinator role aims to clarify and organise the relationship and knowledge sharing between editors and partners in a specific city, region or country. The coordinator will handle general communication, mentoring etc. playing a critical role in the city's transportation flow. Each community should have 1-2 coordinators.
Social Media Managers
Moderators of the Waze Australia Facebook page. Once left to idle, another 2020 project to increase our content and connection. A new marketing project is underway in 2020, so our messaging has been put on hold except for new announcements. We regularly engage with comments and private messages however.
These fine people help to translate the app into Australia specific spelling and phrasing. This is a new project commencing in 2020.