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The '''Gas Station''' [[Places|Place]] marks a well-defined area characterized by a fuel pumps and a cashier.
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The '''Airport''' [[Places|Place]] marks a well-defined area characterized by an aircraft landing strip or pad.  
 
 
A complete and accurate Gas Station Place allows drivers to search for their favorite brands of fuel, and the best fuel prices near their current location or route.  More about the gas station functionality in the client can be found in the [http://support.google.com/waze/answer/6081235 Waze Help Center].
 
 
 
==Add a Gas Station==
 
 
 
Gas Stations Places have usually been imported from a 3rd party provider to the waze map, and may require significant updates to conform to Community standards.
 
 
 
{{Related|Places}}
 
  
 
=== Area or Point ===
 
=== Area or Point ===
  
Gas station places should be drawn as an area to the fenceline / curbline and should include all parking lots, convenience store buildings, car washes, etc, that are a part of the same business.  
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Airport places should be drawn as an area to the fenceline and should include all parking lots, and buildings that are a part of the same business. See the [[Best_map_editing_practice#Parking_Lots|Parking Lots]] article for details on the best map editing practices for parking lots.
 
 
Most stations are small, stretching them to the limits should make them more visible on the client.
 
 
 
NOTE: The geometry of places imported from 3rd party sources is not reliable, and usually only represents the rough location of the gas station.
 
  
 
=== Stop Point ===
 
=== Stop Point ===
[[File:GasStationStop.png|thumbnail|right|Correct Stop Point Location]]
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The  [[Places#Area placement|stop point]] for airports should be placed on the parking lot road directly in front of the terminal as is standard for places.
 
 
The  [[Places#Area placement|stop point]] for gas stations should be placed on a  [[Road Types (USA)#Parking Lot Road|parking lot road]] that accesses the area.
 
  
 
=== Category ===
 
=== Category ===
  
With the implementation of [[Places]] multiple categories may now be assigned to a gas station. '''The primary (or first) category must be ''Gas Station''''', for additional features such as fuel prices and brand name to be enabled.  
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'''The primary (or first) category must be ''airport'''''.  
  
Additional categories could include such categories: Convenience Store, ATM, Garage / Automotive Shop, or Car Wash. A full-service automotive repair business, or restaurant may merit a separate Place (point).
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Additional categories should not be used. Bus stops, metro stations or restaurants merit a separate Place (point).
  
 
=== Name ===
 
=== Name ===
  
The name of Gas Station should reflect its brand affiliation, so that drivers can select their preferred brand from the gas station search results in the app.  
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The name of the airport should reflect its official name. Alternative names may include the name as the 3 or 4 character abbreviation or the name of the associated city.  
  
Alternative names may include the name as provided by the third-party provider, or the name of the associated convenience store.
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==== Special cases ====
  
==== Special case names ====
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If the airport is on a military base or is a helipad associated with a hospital it should not be mapped as a place.
There may be special cases where the name could require additional information beyond the brand name.
 
[[File:CostcoGas.png|thumbnail|right|Costco Gas Station]]
 
Gas stations affiliated with a larger grocery store, department store, or warehouse store should be mapped as a separate place. These gas stations must also have a differentiated name; for example:
 
:* "Costco Gas" vs "Costco Wholesale"
 
:* "Giant Gas" vs "Giant Food"
 
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If gas stations in close proximity share a common brand, naming can be differentiated based on access from major roadways, or by unique characteristics; for example:
 
:* "Shell - Eastbound" vs. "Shell - Westbound"
 
:* "Exxon - Tigermart" vs. "Exxon - 7-Eleven"
 
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Along major interstates, toll-roads and other limited access roadways, rest areas in either direction are often situated across from each other and can confuse drivers reporting prices or searching for destinations. The name should include the brand, then route number and direction of travel, for example:
 
:* "Mobil - I-95 Northbound" vs. "Mobil - I-95 Southbound"
 
 
 
=== Brand ===
 
If you know what brand gasoline a station sells, you should select it as the Brand. Stations named after their brands, such as big companies like Shell, 76, Mobil, Chevron, are easy to identify the brand which should be selected. Smaller or non-national stations may be harder to identify. Some are their own brand, and some buy a specific larger nationwide brand of gasoline. Do some research to find out this information. '''If it isn't clear or information isn't available, leave the field blank, do not select "unbranded".'''
 
 
 
Big-box and one-stop-type stores like Fred Meyer, Costco, Sams Club, Home Depot, Safeway, Winco, etc., often buy a larger national gas brand. However, to allow drivers to select their preferred retail brand (rather than Brand of gasoline), select the store name as the brand as well.
 
  
 
=== Lock ===
 
=== Lock ===
To prevent loss of data due to automatic acceptance of submissions from "trusted users," '''Gas Stations should be locked to ''at least'' to level 2''', but preferably higher (3+) in areas managed by area managers. On major roads and rest areas, lock levels 5 or higher can be used to protect the underlying gas station infrastructure from inadvertent changes.
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To prevent loss of data due to automatic acceptance of submissions from "trusted users," '''Airports should be locked to level 4''', but preferably higher (5) in areas managed by area managers.
 
 
=== Best Practice Examples ===
 
==== Truck Stop / Travel Plaza ====
 
Notice in the example below that the truck entrance has a separate and unique entrance from the cars. Also, the restaurant on the property has its own Point Place.
 
[[File:Truck Stop.png|700px|frameless|center|An example of Best Practices at a Travel Plaza]]
 
 
 
==== Rest Area Gas Station ====
 
[[Rest areas]] should have a separate and unique Gas Station Place. If a single rest area has more than one gas plaza, two stations may be used as shown below:
 
[[File:RestAreaGas.png|700px|frameless|center|An example of Best Practices at a Travel Plaza]]
 
 
 
==== Store Associated Gas Station ====
 
[[File:CostcoGas.png|700px|frameless|center|An example of Best Practices for an Associated Gas Station]]
 
 
 
==Remove a Gas Station==
 
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== See Also ==
 
 
 
:Gas stations may be treated as [[Best_map_editing_practice#Parking_Lots|Parking Lots]]. See the [[Best_map_editing_practice#Small_Parking_Lots|Small Parking Lots]] article for details on the best map editing practices for parking lots.
 

Latest revision as of 15:28, 13 May 2016

The Airport Place marks a well-defined area characterized by an aircraft landing strip or pad.

Area or Point

Airport places should be drawn as an area to the fenceline and should include all parking lots, and buildings that are a part of the same business. See the Parking Lots article for details on the best map editing practices for parking lots.

Stop Point

The stop point for airports should be placed on the parking lot road directly in front of the terminal as is standard for places.

Category

The primary (or first) category must be airport.

Additional categories should not be used. Bus stops, metro stations or restaurants merit a separate Place (point).

Name

The name of the airport should reflect its official name. Alternative names may include the name as the 3 or 4 character abbreviation or the name of the associated city.

Special cases

If the airport is on a military base or is a helipad associated with a hospital it should not be mapped as a place.

Lock

To prevent loss of data due to automatic acceptance of submissions from "trusted users," Airports should be locked to level 4, but preferably higher (5) in areas managed by area managers.