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=== Team UR Handling ===
 
=== Team UR Handling ===
Indiana follows the Great Lakes Region standard for UR Handling.  Please refer to https://wiki.waze.com/wiki/USA/Great_Lakes/Test#Update_Requests
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Indiana follows the Great Lakes Region standard for UR Handling.  Please refer to [https://wiki.waze.com/wiki/USA/Great_Lakes/Test#Update_Requests Great Lakes Region UR Handling]
  
 
=== Old User Reports ===
 
=== Old User Reports ===

Revision as of 23:37, 26 January 2016


INDOT posts road closures and road reports to the Indiana Traveler Information.

Indianapolis maintains their own Road and Street Closures page.

Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) maintains a listserv for their projects and closures: INDOT Projects and Closures Mail List .

Major Construction Projects

The Louisville-Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges Project

I-69 status for Indiana

A few more Major projects currently in Indiana


Update Requests

An Update Request (UR) is a Map Issue reported by a user from the Waze client app. It is also a layer in the Map Editor. See update requests for more information.

Team UR Handling

Indiana follows the Great Lakes Region standard for UR Handling. Please refer to Great Lakes Region UR Handling

Old User Reports

The 1/4/8 rule has been very successful in our busy areas with editors maintaining them. There are some areas outside of our reach and occasionally as we venture off the beaten path, we come across a report that has been there for quite some time. We feel these reports are as valid as the reports opened yesterday and they should be given the same courtesy of response as new reports. Give the reporter a chance to respond and try to recruit a new editor at the same time!

Example:

"Sorry for the delay - we need some Wazers to help out in this area! See https://wiki.waze.com/wiki/Waze_Map_Editor/Welcome"

If they let you know too much time has passed and they do not recall the issue, it can be closed if the problem can not be spotted. If the user does not respond, use the 1/4/8 rule.