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Often times a roundabout will have exit signage that matches the Alt name in Waze, without mention of the primary street name.  When this happens, the following should be done:
 
Often times a roundabout will have exit signage that matches the Alt name in Waze, without mention of the primary street name.  When this happens, the following should be done:
 
* If there are both primary street signs and alternate street exit signs separate from each other, standard roundabout connections are acceptable.
 
* If there are both primary street signs and alternate street exit signs separate from each other, standard roundabout connections are acceptable.
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https://wiki.waze.com/wiki/images/c/cc/WI_Roundabout_Local_Sign_cirlced.png

Revision as of 17:55, 31 December 2015

Roundabout policies unique to Wisconsin

Often times a roundabout will have exit signage that matches the Alt name in Waze, without mention of the primary street name. When this happens, the following should be done:

  • If there are both primary street signs and alternate street exit signs separate from each other, standard roundabout connections are acceptable.

https://wiki.waze.com/wiki/images/c/cc/WI_Roundabout_Local_Sign_cirlced.png