User:Nimper2000

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Overview

  • Joined Waze: March 29, 2017
  • Location: Topeka
  • Editing Level: 5
  • State Manager: Kansas

Milestones

  • First edits: March 2017
  • First AM granted: Topeka metro area
  • AM extended: Northeastern Kansas
  • AM extended: Eastern Kansas
  • AM extended: all Kansas
  • SM (Kansas) granted: August 2018
  • R5 granted: March 2019

Projects

  • Ongoing - Basemap work in Kansas
  • Ongoing - Alt Cities for better rural address routing
  • Ongoing - Review of Functional Classification in Kansas
  • Carroll County, MO - Renumbering county roads
  • Major Construction Projects
    • Kansas Turnpike - Topeka toll plaza (Exit 183) Open Road Tolling reconfiguration
    • I-35 / MO-152 Diverging Diamond reconfiguration

Meetup / Cafe Attendance

  • MO Cafe - Lee’s Summit, MO August 2018
  • PLN Meetup - Minneapolis, MN October 2018
  • Planned: PLN/GLR Meetup - St. Louis, MO October 2019

Mapraid / Waze Global Participation

  • Russia 2018
  • South Carolina 2018
  • Kansas / Missouri August 2019 (Raid Co-leader with SunnyRaynbows)
  • Planned: Alabama / Florida October/November 2019
  • WME Beta
  • Waze Android Beta

Community Involvement

  • Co-admin of the Waze KS Twitter account
    • Twitter account used to communicate notable closure events and evangelize Waze usage to the wider community.

Why Waze?

I started out with Waze editing like most everyone else: I wanted to make some changes in my area. I had some experience with mapping via Open Street Map, but I found that Waze map editing was more challenging and rewarding since there was a more immediate benefit via the Waze app. I also prefer Waze over other mapping solutions since there is an opportunity for immediate user feedback via the reporting feature.

Another aspect of Waze I enjoy is the speed of updates for new construction. Being able to redraw an intersection or highway interchange and have it go live the day it opens to traffic is incredibly satisfying and rewarding. I enjoy knowing that the Wazing public will benefit immediately from my efforts and the efforts of other editors around the world.