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; Road Badges
: Unique road sign badges for each state or region is a feature that is in the works for the future, but there is no estimate on when this feature will be implemented.
: State Highways should always be named according to the individual state's standard here [[Highway naming/USA|highway state's naming by statestandard]] which standardizes the formats for future road badge implementation.
: Maintaining consistency to the [[Highway naming/USA|state naming standards]] also applies to county, township, or other roads listed in the standards for potential future road badges for these roads as well.
; Road Name Details
: For deicing the primary name of a road with multiple possible names, see the [[#Concurrent_names|concurrent names]] section above
 : All road names needed for any purpose need to be included as alternate names if they are not used as the primary name. Names Alternate names needed may include: * The primary name per the [[Highway naming/USA|state standard]].: * All concurrent route names added as alternates when they are not chosen as the primary name.
: * City street name used for residential addresses
: * Secondary city Alternative street names for streets bordering two cities that cause the street to have more than one name.: * Long-form alternate names needed for residential address searches. For example, on ; On a road named "CR-1J" a search for a residential address of "123 County Road J" will not find any Waze address results unless the road has an alternate name of "County Road J" on that segment of road. On a highway named "SR-10", an address search for "123 State Highway 10" will not return any Waze results unless the road segment also contains an alternate name of "State Highway 10". So it is important to understand how the local address names are typically communicated so that alternate names can match user searches.
: State and local routes may be split if they [[Best_map_editing_practice#When_.28Not.29_to_Split_a_Two-Way_Road|meets the guidelines]] to do so. Split routes may have the cardinal direction at the end of the name to denote the direction of travel. For example, if SR-10 is a split highway it may have the sides named "SR-10 N" and "SH-10 S".
: Also refer to the [[#Concurrent_names|concurrent names]] section when the highway passes through a city or town that also has a local name for the road.