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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 naming by state]] 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 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 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 a road named "CR- 1" 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.
: 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.
: 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.