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 h English (en)===Keep It Simple/Stupid (KISS)===
"As simple as possible, as complex as necessary"<br />
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KISS is keeping the road geometry as simple as possible, without losing the essential driving instructions.<br />
More info, see the [[KISS]] page.
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===Filter lanes===
[[File:Filter-lanes.png|right|440px]]
Filter lanes are '''not''' mapped.<br />
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Filter lanes don't fit the [[KISS]] principle because they are the cause of very complex situations that are hard to manage, while they don't add a lot of value in most routing instructions. Short segments and extra splits can have a negative influence on routing (extra penalty, incorrect average speeds, ...).<br />
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Of course, there is always an exception. If the choice of a filter lane must be made more than 50 meter before coming to the crossing AND the main road and filter lane are divided by obstacles (concrete blocks, ...), it should be mapped.
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===Ring roads===
There are roads that could be classified by multiple street types. We think of ring roads (R-roads) which sometimes can also be a N-road categorized as [[Major Highway]]. For example, the ring road of Leuven, the R23, has long segments which are also N2 or N3. In these cases we categorize the ring road as [[Major Highway]].<br />
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Ring roads which are also freeways, like the R0 of Brussels, are categorized as [[Freeway]].
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===Roundabouts===
If you want to add a Roundabout, you firstly draw the roads as a normal crossroad, but don't connect the roads/segments. Secondly you draw the Roundabout and [[Waze Map Editor|WME]] will connect the crossing roads automatically.<br />
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A Roundabout must always get a city name but never a streetname. The reason for this has to do with the navigation instructions and road announcements. A Roundabout always gets categorized as the type of the passing through road.<br />
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See the [[Roundabout]] page.
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===Shopping streets===
<i>Shopping streets</i> only allowed for pedestrians (and cyclists) with the exception of certain hours loading/unloading, are defined as [[Private road|Private Roads]].<br />
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===Double left and double right===
[[File:Median-u-turn.png|right|375px]] The Waze routing algorithm prevents double-left or double-right turns by using an extremely large U-turn penalty when these conditions are met:  
* Three segments: The U-turn is a reversal of driving direction through three segments: an incoming segment (A), a single median segment (B) and an outgoing segment (C).
* Short median: The median segment (B) is shorter than or equal to 15 meters.
* In/out parallelism: The in and out segments (A and C) are within ±5° of parallel to each other. If the median segment isn't straight calculate the degrees as if an imaginary straight segment was connectining the A and C segments.
* Not all the A, B and C segments are [[Street]].
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''Example / see picture:'' Driving from left to right on the top street (A) with destination towards the east requires a reversal of driving direction. When the median segment B (red arrow) is 15 meters or less  the app will navigate over the lower street towards the east. Only if this median segment is 16 meters or more the app will navigate over the bigger road in the middle (C).<br />
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See also the global page on [https://wazeopedia.waze.com/wiki/Global/Routing_penalties/Controlling_U-turn_penalties Routing penalties/Controlling U-turn penalties]
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 h French (fr)===KISS: Keep It Simple/Stupid===
"Aussi simple que possible, aussi compliqué que nécessaire"<br />
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KISS est le fait de cartographier le plus simplement possible en conservant les instructions essentielles à la navigation.<br />
Plus d'infos, voir page [[KISS/fr|KISS]].
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===Bandes de présélection===
[[File:Filter-lanes.png|right|440px]]
Les bandes de présélection '''ne sont pas''' cartographiées, car ne répondant pas au principe du [[KISS/fr|KISS]].<br />
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En les cartographiant, on crée des situations complexe difficilement gérable par le serveur de navigation sans apporter une plus-value.<br />
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Il existe bien sur des exceptions mais il faut alors minimum 50 mètres avant l'intersection pour que cela fonctionne.
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===Ring, périphériques===
Dépendant du type de route constituant celui-ci, les Ring sont verrouillés en fonction des route qui le constitue. La numérotation définit le verrouillage. R23 sera par exemple verrouillé en . [[Major Highway/fr|route principale]] (4).<br />
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Les périfériques (Rings) qui sont également des autoroutes sont cartographiés comme [[Freeway/fr|autoroute]]. Exemple R0 autour de Bruxelles.
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===Rond-point===
Pour ajouter un rond-point il faut d'abord cartographier les route avec un croisement normal et ensuite utiliser la fonction rond-point dans[[Waze Map Editor/fr|WME]] qui créera les jonctions spécifiques aux ronds-point.<br />
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Un nom de ville doit toujours être donné à un rond-point mais jamais un nom de rue pour permettre les instructions spécifiques aux ronds-point. Le type de route doit être identique au niveau de segment le plus élevé raccordé au rond-point.<br />
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Voir page [[Roundabout/fr|Rond-Point]].
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===Rue Commerçante===
<i>Les rues commerçantes (centres urbains)</i> seulement accessibles aux piétons et cyclistes mais aussi accessibles aux livraisons sont cartographiées comme [[Private road/fr|Circulation locale]] avec restriction.<br />
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===UTPM (U-turns Prevention Mode) - virage double gauche ou double droit===
[[File:Median-u-turn.png|right|375px]] L'algorithme de Waze empêche les demi-tours (double virage) en imposant une forte pénalité quand ces différentes conditions sont remplies:  
* 3 segments: Le demi-tour se fait parfois à travers 3 segments.  1 segment d'entrée (A), 1 segment médian (B) et un segment de sortie (C).
* Le segment médian (B) est plus court ou égal à 15 mètres.
* Le parallélisme des segments d'entrée (A) et de sortie (C): L'angle entre les 2 segments doit être de maximum 5°. Si le segment médian (B) n'est pas rectiligne, il faut imaginer un segment droit pour connaitre l'angle.
* Un des segment (A), (B) ou (C) n'est pas une [[Street/fr|Rue]].
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''Exemple / voir illustration:'' Driving from left to right on the top street (A) with destination towards the east requires a reversal of driving direction. When the median segment B (red arrow) is 15 meters or less  the app will navigate over the lower street towards the east. Only if this median segment is 16 meters or more the app will navigate over the bigger road in the middle (C).<br />
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See also the global page on [https://wazeopedia.waze.com/wiki/Global/Routing_penalties/Controlling_U-turn_penalties Routing penalties/Controlling U-turn penalties]
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