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Ohio/Mapping conventions

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As this quickly degenerates into a "where do you draw the line" situation, the convention is to take a zero-tolerance approach so that new editors aren't confused and enticed into mapping every business, elementary school, post office, etc. Generally any landmark that isn't a park, cemetery, university, major sports venue or, major cultural institutions should be removed.
Generally, if a route can't be driven on (e.g., it's a walking trail, railroad, airport taxiway) then it shouldn't be shown in Waze. In particular, walking trails should be removed, especially if they intersect with actual roadways. Because of the routing mechanism, it's conceivable that user could be directed to drive on a walking trail.