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Exit ramps and entrance ramps (on-ramps){{Anchor|Exit|Entrance|Ramp}}: Deprecate inclusion of unsigned exit identifiers in generic USA guidance, as per forum discussion.
For Road Types in the editor see [[Map Editing (new Editor)#Editing Manual |Back to Map EditingRoad types/USA]]
''This page covers road names for the country listed in the page title. For other countries see [[Road types and names|this page]].''
''Please note UK-specific guidelines can be found [http://www.waze.com/wiki/index.php/How_to_label_and_name_roads_%28United_Kingdom%29#Road_types here]''==Road naming==
==Labeling; giving your '''NOTE''': we are in the process of revising the names as they appear in WME. In the future we may be able to display alternate names for each segment / road , and choose which one of these is the correct road type=='common'For more help on labeling roads, see [[Map Legend]]name. This is also true for road shield generation which is partially broken so shields may or may not be displayed in your area.''
While editing the maps, If you will notice that some of the roads are not labeled properly. This means, sure about changing the name of a road type might be wrong (a highway , it is marked as a street) best to ask in the forum or that one road has a few road types (a highway is marked as Freeway, highway and primary at different segments)wait until the changes described above are implemented.
The importance of proper labeling is '''IMPORTANT! Due to upgrades in two aspects:1. When viewing the mapclient, the some naming conventions have changed. The altered conventions will be marked with a bolded *NEW*.'bigger' roads should appear at the far zoom levels. Without proper labels, the 'zoomed out' display can be very confusing.2. When planning a route, major roads will get priority over smaller roadsThese changes have now been finalized. For example, 6 miles on the US Hwy 101 are better than 6 miles on El Camino RealThank you for your cooperation.
When editing your area and labeling All roads, please work in our base maps came with these definitions the names as defined in mindthe US TIGER dataset.
===='''Freeway'''==== However, you might notice a few problems with the original road names:These Some of the names are interstates (such as I-90), highways, freeways and expressways that not the 'common''are multi-lanenames (usually, divided roads with no stops'waze will display the 'name' (no traffic lights, exit and entrance from/to of the road is through rampshwy while most people know this hwy by its number) <br/>.
===='''Major Highway'''====A big On other examples, the same highwaywill have a different name on each side (for example, usually 3+ lanes, with minimal stops – mostly exits and interchangesUS Hwy 101 going North, but possibly with some intersections and junctions (most US Highways and some State HighwaysBayshore Fwy going South)<br/>.
====Some roads actually have two 'common''Minor Highways'''==== Usually a narrower highwaynames (for example, 2 lanes or less, that has stops or traffic lights at almost every intersectionthe NJ Turnpike is also I-95 and both are relevant names), but is still a highway (minor US or state highway). These roads are generally important thoroughfare that goes through several cities or townscurrently we can only display one name per road. <br/>
===='''Ramps'''==== When traffic moves between two roads or highways For all these issues, we ask that are at different grades without you currently leave the use of traffic lights or stop signs, they use rampssituation as is. The typical example is the We are working on-ramps or off-ramps of a highway. Roads connecting a highway few fixes, that will automate the proper naming and also allow multiple names for each segments (with a rest/service/parking area should be treated 'Primary' name as ramps as well and named accordingly (e.g. "Exit to Service Area"the one being displayed, but other names that bring up the same search results).
===Concurrent names==='''Overlapping Highways -''' When traffic moves between two roads that are at or more numbered highways (or interstates) run concurrently (one stretch of road has multiple route numbers), the segment should be named after the '''sameprimary''' gradeof the routes. The primary route will usually have one or more of the following attributes:* The route whose mile markers are used for the concurrent segment* The route whose exit numbers are used for the concurrent segment* When the concurrency ends, these connecting segments are the route whose path does '''not technically ramps to Waze''' get signed as a numbered exit.The other route number(s) can be entered as alternate names. These cases should If alternate names are entered, be treated as sure not to introduce any alternate name discontinuities which may trigger the [[At-Grade ConnectorsDetour Prevention Mechanisms/USA|big detour prevention mechanism]].
===='''Primary StreetHighways through cities/towns -'''==== These are major roads or boulevards In situations where a highway passes through a town, the road in urban and suburban those areas and have large amounts of use (such is typically named something other than the numbered route. In these situations the road should be named based on the following conditions:* If the local street signs provide guidance with the local name, that should be used as Middlefield Rd. the primary name in Menlo Park, Park blvdthe Waze map. in Oakland, Constitution AveThe numbered route should be added as an alternate name. in Washington* If the local signs only indicate the route number, DC). In less urban environments they are main thoroughfares in towns then that are not US or state highwaysshould be the primary name and the local road name should be added as an alternate name. <br/>
===United States Interstate Highway System [[Image:I-95.svg.png|28px]] [[Image:I-695.svg.png|35px]]===: Components of the Interstate Highway System should be denoted as shown::: '''I-10 E''Street'for Interstate 10, Eastbound:: ''==== 'I-310 S''' for Interstate 310, SouthboundThese :: '''I-35E N''' for Interstate 35E, Northbound (Letter suffixes are normal streets that hold only a normal amount of trafficin Minnesota and Texas): Nearly all interstates are divided highways by necessity, and they should be drawn as such in the map for navigational accuracy. <br/>
===='''Parking Lot Roads'''=United States Numbered Highways [[Image:US 20.svg.png|30px]]===These streets are the entrances and exits, or otherwise main roads going through large parking lots to direct traffic, especially at traffic lights at major boulevards (e.g., shopping malls and commuter parking lots). Do not map the rows within parking lots because it clutters the map.
The "parking lot road" designation naming of highways is also very useful for indicating segments which are driveable but undesirable for routing, such as alleyways (source: gettingthere and ircphoenix). Some exceptions for using this for alleysof course, are the recently popular residential design which has the main house driveway/garage be "behind" the house on an alley and not the front somewhat more complex than that of the housenormal roads. In these casesTherefore, it is advisable conventions must be followed to use Private Road typeassure consistency throughout the map.
With Certain formatting guidelines must be followed to ensure that highway shields are shown in the current high penalty assigned to parking lot segmentsLive Map and in the client. Note that currently shield generation is not currently operating at 100%, so some areas do not have the shields on all roads. Waze has said that there will do almost anything other than routing along eventually be a parking lot segment unless there is no other path at all. Using parking lot roads for ALL roads within process allowing map editors to add shields to road segments in a parking lot way that is not recommended as this will cause Waze connected to choose a route which has the least number of parking lot segments, which means it will also choose to go against turn restrictions from main roadsname OF that segment.
The current recommendation ; US Highways: Federal highways should be denoted as follows. Note that the trailing N, S, E, W cardinal direction indicator is to use a single parking lot segment used for every location numbered highways and interstates which connects to external streets and then use street type are split into two 1-way segments for all main drive segments within the parking lot itself, [[Best_map_editing_practice#When_. This reduces the penalties and Waze will choose better routes within parking lots and not go against turn restrictions28Not. But because that single parking lot segment is there, Waze should not route through 29_to_Split_a_Two-Way_Road|per the parking lot to get to other destinationsguidelines]].
Parking lot roads also provide the benefit of allowing turn restrictions :: '''US-61 S''' for U.S. Highway 61, Southbound:: '''US-425 W''' for U.S. Highway 425, Westbound:: '''US-90 BUS S''' for U.S. Highway 90 Business, Southbound:::(note that BUS should be all uppercase for TTS to be properly set upon entry and exit of the parking lotpronounce as "business". In addition"Bus", "bus", the proper use of parking lot roads can also help to avoid automated traffic jam reports as well etc. will pronounce as Papyrus Map Problems related to Wazers driving in unmapped parking lots"Bus". http):://www'''US-90 ALT E''' for U.S.wazeHighway 90 Alternate, Eastbound:: '''US-199 SPUR''' for U.com/forum/viewtopicS.php?f=10&t=13825&start=20#p117202Highway 199 Spur
===='''Service Roads'''====These are streets, sometimes called frontage roads, that are typically adjacent to a freeway (or major highway). These could be access roads : Also refer to the [[#Concurrent_names|concurrent names]] section when the highway itself, but have the property of passes through a regular city or primary streettown that also has a local name for the road.<br/>
===='''Private Roads'''=State highways [[Image:State Hwy Sign 35.svg.png|30px]] [[Image:South_Carolina_170.svg.png|38px]] [[Image:Florida_60.svg.png|30px]] [[Image:Louisiana 3234.svg.png|30px]] [[Image:Alabama_5.svg.png|30px]] [[Image:MT-sec-326.svg.png|30px]] [[Image:North_Dakota_23.svg.png|30px]] [[Image:Hawaii_marker.png|30px]]===A road that is not open to the public; State Highways: The Live Map will parse "State Rte xx" and "State Hwy yyy" and show a sign badge. You can drive on itHowever, physically, but there may be legal as different states have different naming conventions (and physicaldifferent shields) restrictions or it , this is a privately maintained road on private landnot optimal for ramps. Private Roads Local naming conventions are also acceptable preferred for ramps and exits; this will be discussed below. Consistency within each state is key. '''*NEW*''': The same note for residential areas where the garage entry U.S. Highways above applies for homeowners state highways. LA-308 in Golden Meadow should have "E Main St" as its primary name since that is a common alley between a row the name used in addresses of housesand businesses along the highway.: State routes may also be split if it [[Best_map_editing_practice#When_.28Not. This type of back29_to_Split_a_Two-of-house garage has become popular in recent yearsWay_Road|meets the guidelines]].
==Naming: giving your road Each state may use a longer or shorter naming format. See the proper name==[[Highway naming/USA|highway naming by state]] table for specific formatting of each state.
: Long Names:: '''NOTEState Hwy 6'''for state highway 6:: we are in the process of revising the names as they appear in the cartouche. In the near future we will be able to display alternate names '''State Hwy 99W S''' for each segment / roadstate highway 99W, and choose which one of these is the southbound:: 'common' name. <br/>If you are not sure about changing the name of a road, it is best to ask in the forum or wait until the changes described above are implemented.'State Rte 96''' for state route 96
: Short Names:: Use the '''SR-xxx''' or '''SH-xxx''' formats instead of '''State Rte xxx''IMPORTANT! Due to upgrades in ' and '''State Hwy xxx''' format as appropriate for the clientstate, some naming conventions have changedwhile keeping the same cardinal, business, etc. The altered conventions will be marked with a bolded *NEW*extensions as described above.''' These changes have shortened formats are now been finalized. Thank you preferred over the Long Names for your cooperationall applications.
====Highways====::{{Red|'''NOTE:''' In some states there are other formats used, e.g., in Louisiana, use the LA-xxx format. Refer to the [[Highway naming/USA|highway naming by state]] table for specific formatting of each state.}}
The naming of highways is, of course, somewhat more complex than : Also refer to the [[#Concurrent_names|concurrent names]] section when the highway passes through a city or town that of normal roads. Therefore, conventions must be followed to assure consistency throughout also has a local name for the maproad.
<blockquote>'''NOTE===County and township highways and roads [[Image:''' All roads in our base maps came with the names as defined in the US TIGER datasetBaldwin County Route 64 AL.svg. <br/>However, you might notice a few problems with the original road namespng|35px]] [[Image:Some of the names are not the 'common' names (usually, waze will display the 'name' of the hwy while most people know this hwy by its number) <br/>On other examples, the same highway will have a different name on each side (for example, US Hwy 101 going North, and Bayshore Fwy going South)St Louis County Route 7 MN.<br/>Some roads actually have two 'common' names (for example, the NJ Turnpike is also I- 95 and both are relevant names), but currently we can only display one name per roadsvg.<br/>png|35px]]===
For all these issues, we ask that you currently leave Text to speech on the situation client reads CR- as "County Road." So "CR-10" is. We are working on a few fixes, that will automate the proper naming and also allow multiple names for each segments (with a 'Primary' name read as the one being displayed, but other names that bring up the same search results).</blockquote>"County Road Ten"
'''Highways in Where road names are the United States'''same as cardinal directions (N, S, E, W), [[Road_names/USA#United_States_Numbered_Highways|no special modification is necessary]] so that the voice prompt will read the letter and not say it as a direction. Ensure there are no spaces between the hyphen and the letter. Double or triple-letter roads with directional letters (e.g. CR-EN, CR-SAL) will not be spoke as directions, but might be pronounced as if a word.
Certain formatting guidelines must There is no other TTS abbreviation for county owned roads in any capacity except those listed here. For these reasons: that county shields may someday be followed supported (and a named standard makes this easier to ensure that highway shields are shown implement), and for brevity's sake in the Live Map turn instructions and in the client.map displays, it is suggested (but by no means required) that individual states adopt one of these standards;*CR-*CH-*TR-*TH-
; Interstate Highways Another standard in use (which is longer, but you may see) is 'County Hwy XX''*NEW*''': Components . The shortened format of the Interstate Highway System should be denoted as shown::: '''ICH-10 E''' for Interstate 10, Eastbound:: '''I-310 S''' for Interstate 310, Southbound:: '''I-35E N''' for Interstate 35E, Northbound (this is a rare case): Nearly all interstates are divided highways by necessity, available and they should is encouraged to be drawn as such in the map for navigational accuracyadopted when CR- is not appropriate.
: When two or more interstates run concurrently (one stretch of road has multiple route numbers), the segment should be named after Many states have adopted the short format '''primaryCR-xxx''' instead of the routeslonger format. The primary route will usually have one or more of See the following attributes::* The route whose mile markers are used [[Highway naming/USA|highway naming by state]] table for the concurrent segment:* The route whose exit numbers are used for the concurrent segment:* When the concurrency ends, the route whose path does '''not''' get signed as a numbered exit.: The other route number or numbers can be entered as alt names via the old editor (Cartouche), but shields are currently not being generated for alt namesspecific formatting of each state.
; US Highways: Federal highways should be denoted as follows. Note that Also refer to the trailing N, S, E, W directionality indicator is used for highways and interstates which are split into two 1-way segments, [[Best_map_editing_practice#When_.28Not.29_to_Split_a_Two-Way_RoadConcurrent_names|per the guidelinesconcurrent names]].:: '''US Hwy 61 S''' for U.S. Highway 61, Southbound:: '''US Hwy 90 W''' for U.S. Highway 425, Westbound:: '''US Hwy 90 Bus S''' for U.S. Highway 90 Business, Southbound:: '''US Hwy 90 Alt E''' for U.S. Highway 90 Alternate, Eastbound:: '''US Hwy 199 Spur''' for U.S. Highway 199 Spur: Use this format and not "US-90" section when the highway passes through a city or "US- 90" because this is the format town that the Live Map and client will parse.: U.S. Highways will often have also has a local road names (such as Airline Hwy for US 61 and Claiborne Ave for US 90, among others). Use these street names as the '''primary''' name for such highways if said name is used for addresses of houses and businesses along the highwayroad.
; State Highways: The Live Map will parse "State Rte xx" and "State Hwy yyy" and show a sign badge. However, as different states For regions that have different naming conventions (and different shields)township highways, this is not optimal for ramps. Local naming conventions are preferred for ramps and exits; this will be discussed below. Consistency within each state is key. '''*NEW*''': The same note for U.S. Highways above applies for state highways. LA-308 in Golden Meadow should have "E Main St" as its primary name since that is the name used in addresses shortened formats of houses TH- and businesses along the highway.: State routes may TR- are also be split if it [[Best_map_editing_practice#When_.28Not.29_to_Split_a_Two-Way_Road|meets the guidelines]]available. Similar to interstates and US highways, state routes are named as follows::: '''State Hwy 6''' for state route/highway 6:: '''State Hwy 99W S''' for state route 99W, southbound:: '''State Rte 96''' for state route 96
====Exit ramps and Entrance entrance ramps (on-ramps){{Anchor|Exit|Entrance|Ramp}}==={{construction| contact = http://www.waze.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=276&t=101346&start=30| contacttype = forum| draft = no| open =no| revision =yes| section =yes| talk =no}}
[[Image:Exit1.JPG|right|200px]][[Image:Exit2.jpg|right|200px]]Exit ramps and Entrance ramps are to be set as {{Ramp }} road type. The name of the ramp should match the exit or entrance signage as closely as possible. Minimal disparity between sign and instruction is our goal. If done properly, the driver will not have to struggle to compare Waze's on-screen or verbal instructions with what he or she sees in real life on the road.* If the an exit sign shows a number as well as a street or highway is signed and numbered, name, the exit ramp should be named as such: "Exit 24: US-103 / Schwarzenegger Rd". In other words, start with the word "Exit" followed by the exit number, follow the exit number with a colon (": "), and separate all elements (shields and names) after the colon with slashes (" / ").* If an exit is signed and unnumbered, name the exit ramp as such: "to SR-33 / Kindergarten Ct". In other words, start with the word "to" (lowercase) followed by all elements on the sign (shields and names), separated with slashes (" / "). {{Red|'''*NEW*(Rule change: August 2014.)'''}}** A colon has been added because If the exit identifier does not appear on any signs, then do not include it adds a pause, making Text-even if it is documented elsewhere. Including unsigned information in Waze instructions can confuse drivers. Some states may have exceptions to-Speech directions easier to understandthis guideline; check your [[Mapping resources/USA|state page]] for details. {{Red|'''(Rule change: May 2016.)'''}}* If an exit is unsigned, include the designation and/or name of the road as if it is signed (i.e., starting with "to"). For example, if an unsigned exit serves "US-12", a signed highway which is not numberedlocally known as "Michigan Ave", name the ramp segment "Exit to Kindergarten CtUS-12 / Michigan Ave" will do. If only a local name or only a highway designation are present, use only that.* If a single exit serves multiple roadsor cities, use a slash with leading and trailing spaces: "Exit 32: Terminator Blvd / Total Recall Rd". '''* If an exit number contains one or more letters, include it exactly as displayed on the sign: "Exit 33B: Running Man St", or "Exits 35C-B-A: Junior Dr / Twins Ave / Jingle Allthe Way".*NEW*'''Separate sub-exit letters with a hyphen. Do not leave spaces between the hyphen and the adjacent characters.
* Include everything that is present on the last sign prior to the exit. Do not combine all possible pre-ramp signage into the single ramp segment name.
* Remember to abbreviate common words following the [[abbreviations and acronyms/USA]] page.* If the exit off the main interstate or highway serves multiple exits further down the road, it may be advisable not to name the first exit ramp, to but rather name only the ramps which are the first one to a distinct destination. The Waze client will give all the proper exit and keep left or right instructions to guide the driver to the correct exit, even if the first one is not named. That said, this should only be done if the signage for the first ramp is the same as that on the subsequent, named ramp.
For entrance ramps, use this format: "to [street name] [direction] / [control city]", where applicable. For example,
* "to I-10 W / Baton Rouge"
* "to Clearview Pkwy N / Mandeville"
* "to US Hwy -90 Bus BUS W"* "to LA-1 / Thibodaux / Lockport" '''*NEW*'''
* Similar to combined exit ramps, when multiple on-ramps combine before merging into the main interstate or highway, it is advised to name the last common ramp with the conventions listed above. This will usually be the last ramp which is the one which actually joins the main interstate or highway.
* Using "Ramp to", "West", "WB", and "Westbound" should be avoided as "WB" is pronounced "double-you bee" and not 'westbound.' Further, the "to" will be automatically omitted from Text-to-Speech instructions. Do not omit the word "to", because this could cause confusion with, say, the "Select entire street" function.
* '''State highways:''' When naming ramps and exits that lead to state highways, local naming should be used. This will maximize the clarity of navigation prompts for the majority of users in a given area. '''*NEW*''' For example,
** In New Jersey, highways are generally colloquially referred to as "routes". To distinguish from other (federal) highways, a sign for State Route 45 in New Jersey should say "to State Rte 45". In this case, the abbreviation "to SR-45" may also be used.
** In Tennessee, highways are generally colloquially referred to as "highways". To distinguish from other (federal) highways, a sign for Tennessee Highway 62 should say "to State Hwy 62".** In Louisiana, state highways are generally colloquially referred to as "LA" (ell-ay) followed by the highway number. A ramp to Louisiana Highway 308 should be say "to LA-308".** In Pennsylvania, state routes are generally colloquially referred to as "PA" followed by the route number. A ramp to Pennsylvania Route 308 should be say "to PA-308".
** In North Carolina (NC), state routes are generally colloquially referred to as "NC" followed by the route number. A ramp to NC Highway 55 should be say "to NC-55".
** In general, follow the chart in the [[road naming by state]] article.* Similar to exit ramps, put multiple destination information, even from multiple signage, onto the single on-ramp name. Major destinations or highways/interstates can be included, but don't go crazy and add every possible town and city in that direction. "to US Hwy -90 Bus BUS W / to I-10 W / Miss River Br Brg / Baton Rouge" is fine. ===New streets=== Sometimes, there is a brand new road that does not yet have a name visible to drivers. Or the person who used the pave option did not leave a note giving the name of the new road. In these cases, it is okay to leave the name of the road blank by marking the "None" checkbox next to the '''Name''' field in the [[Creating and editing road segments#Address Properties|Address Properties]] in the editor. Always make sure to choose the proper [[Road types/USA|road type]] and [[Creating and editing road segments#Confirm the road by updating details|confirm the other road details]] to ensure that the road appears on the client app. === Incomplete segments or red roads === [[File:Incomplete.jpg|right|120px|Incomplete.jpg]] Be sure to select country, state, enter the city name or check "None", and enter a street name, or check "None". Until you do this, your road will not be routable and will not show on the client map. These incomplete segments are colored bright red in WME. This must be done on all streets created in WME, and on all streets created with the client "Pave" function.
====New "Paved" streets====must also be connected to their adjacent roads, and [[Creating and editing road segments#Set allowed turns .28connections.29 turn restrictions|turn restrictions]] must be set in order to be routable.
In some cases, there is no prior name since it is a new For more detailed instructions on how to address red roads see: [[Creating and editing road segments#Confirm the road that you just recorded. In this case, make sure to choose by updating details|Confirming the proper road type. <br/>by updating details]]
=== Navigation instructions for unnamed segments ==={{User:PesachZ/Navigation instructions for unnamed segments/Conditions|transclude=yes}} == Abbreviations and acronyms ==Expansion of this section is pending.
Only abbreviations that Waze recognizes should be used within the editor. Since Waze uses TTS (Text-to-Speech) prompting, it is important that the correct abbreviations are used to produce the correct speech output.
Please refer A basic rule of thumb is, "when in doubt, spell it out". Refer to the following Waze forum [[Abbreviations and acronyms/USA]] page for a "work in progress" list of suffix and recommended abbreviations . == {{Anchor|Construction zone}}Construction zones and closed roads ==''{{Red|This standard has recently changed {{As of|2014|12|df=us|lc=y}}. Please pay close attention to the changes.}}'' This section describes the naming of roads that are being testedclosed. See the article [[Real time closures]] for instructions on how to enact a closure on a road segment. The closure should be enacted before renaming the road segments. This section also describes what actions to take when a road remains open, but there are significant changes to it while construction completes. ===Brief closures==={{Red|Roads can be closed using the Waze application for brief closures.}} Don't change the map for closures that will last less than about a month. Instead, currently available and proposed:use the Waze app Road Closed reporting function. ===Long term closures=== '''Updated {{As of | 2014 | 12 | df=us | lc=y}}'''<br />
http://www.wazeThe requirement to add '(Closed)' to a road segment has been deprecated.com/forumAdding this phrase to a road segment can cause routing/viewtopicnavigation issues for Wazers.php?f=10&t=15178
Also refer to the other various ongoing discussions regarding abbreviations and TTS in the Waze forums.===Major construction without closure===
== Construction Zones; naming large sections '''Updated {{As of major roads that are under construction | 2014 | 12 | df=us | lc=y}}<br />
===Basic Rules==={{Red|''It is no longer necessary to add '(Construction Zone)' to any road under construction. Adding this phrase can cause routing/navigation issues and serves no purpose in the app or for the Wazer.''}}
Start by following If there is a significant change to traffic patterns or geometry (lane shifts), adjust the geometry, connections, and restrictions of the naming rules for your major roadssegments to match the current traffic pattern. Interstate as "I-10 S". US highways as "US Hwy 90". To show that You must be able to monitor the area, and readjust once the segments construction is complete, or when additional changes are part of a made during construction zone, just add the suffix "CONST ZN". "I-10 S" becomes "I-10 S CONST ZN"."US Hwy 90" becomes "US Hwy 90 CONST ZN".
When temporarily re-setting road geometry, closely monitor recent GPS points as the aerial maps will likely display an out-dated view. Also, be sure to closely monitor these sections == Official sources of roadway and remove the CONST ZN suffix whenever the construction is done.mapping information ==
Being in the Waze community of editors means sharing information you discover and learning from the discoveries of others! You can see some of the (old) [http://www.waze.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=129&t=13695 official sources of mapping information (US only) provided in the forum] or check out the (new) [[Mapping resources/USA|mapping resources]] wiki page (preferred).
== Official Sources of Mapping information ==Feel free to add new resources as you find them.
Being in the Waze community of editors means sharing information you discover and learning from the discoveries of others! You can see some of the [http://www.waze.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=129&t=13695{{ReturnTo | Editing manual | official sources of mapping information (US only) provided in the forum] and feel free to add new ones.editing manual}}
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