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# Use SV to find [[BGS]]/LGS - if available, this is the primary name
 
# Use SV to find [[BGS]]/LGS - if available, this is the primary name
 
# Use WVDOT data to find local name and route numbering (for the map raid, you’ll generally need the County Route information, CR-x or CR-x/y, but confirm higher named roads)
 
# Use WVDOT data to find local name and route numbering (for the map raid, you’ll generally need the County Route information, CR-x or CR-x/y, but confirm higher named roads)
#* MoM’s new scipt https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/27965-wme-wv-gis-map  
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#* WVDOT GIS: https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/27965-wme-wv-gis-map (script by MapOMatic)
#* PDF by county for good overview: http://www.transportation.wv.gov/highways/programplanning/gti/GIS/MAPS/Pages/WVMapGISSelect.aspx
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#* [http://www.transportation.wv.gov/highways/programplanning/gti/GIS/MAPS/Pages/WVMapGISSelect.aspx WVDOT County Maps] (PDF)
# Parcel/lot information from County GIS sources or MoM's script.
 
 
# County GIS maps (may be part of MoM’s script (?) or use the original GIS script to jump to each county)
 
# County GIS maps (may be part of MoM’s script (?) or use the original GIS script to jump to each county)
# USPS Address Search - check addresses and add as an alternate
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# Parcel/lot information from County GIS sources or MoM's script
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# USPS Address Search - check addresses and add as an alternate, as appropriate
  
 
'''Notes:'''
 
'''Notes:'''
 
* If data is only available from a single source, use it.
 
* If data is only available from a single source, use it.
* If multiple sources conflict with a single source, use the road name confirmed by multiple sources.
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* If multiple sources conflict with a single source, use the road name confirmed by multiple sources and add the other names as alternates.
 
* Always include the name from the BGS/LGS '''and''' the name from parcel data.  
 
* Always include the name from the BGS/LGS '''and''' the name from parcel data.  
* If an address has is outside the bounds of a [[Glossary#CDP|CDP]], include the USPS City as an alternate.
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* If an address is outside the bounds of a [[Glossary#CDP|CDP]], include the USPS City as an alternate.
  
 
==== WV Route Naming ====
 
==== WV Route Naming ====
 
West Virginia uses the WV-XXX format for all State Routes. For County Routes, CR-XX or CR-XX/YY is used. There are no Township Roads (TR-XXX) in West Virginia. In a few limited cases, there are special road names in use; if you see one, please do not delete it or ask a question first prior to deleting it. More detail and examples can be found here:  [[West_Virginia/Major_roads|WV Route Naming]].
 
West Virginia uses the WV-XXX format for all State Routes. For County Routes, CR-XX or CR-XX/YY is used. There are no Township Roads (TR-XXX) in West Virginia. In a few limited cases, there are special road names in use; if you see one, please do not delete it or ask a question first prior to deleting it. More detail and examples can be found here:  [[West_Virginia/Major_roads|WV Route Naming]].

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WV Road Naming

Road names in West Virginia follow the nationwide Road Name guidance. Pay specific attention to the list of approved Abbreviations and acronyms, and when in doubt: "spell it out".

Road Names

In general, use the data you find first on this list as the primary name and all other names/numbers as alternates.

  1. Use SV to find BGS/LGS - if available, this is the primary name
  2. Use WVDOT data to find local name and route numbering (for the map raid, you’ll generally need the County Route information, CR-x or CR-x/y, but confirm higher named roads)
  3. County GIS maps (may be part of MoM’s script (?) or use the original GIS script to jump to each county)
  4. Parcel/lot information from County GIS sources or MoM's script
  5. USPS Address Search - check addresses and add as an alternate, as appropriate

Notes:

  • If data is only available from a single source, use it.
  • If multiple sources conflict with a single source, use the road name confirmed by multiple sources and add the other names as alternates.
  • Always include the name from the BGS/LGS and the name from parcel data.
  • If an address is outside the bounds of a CDP, include the USPS City as an alternate.

WV Route Naming

West Virginia uses the WV-XXX format for all State Routes. For County Routes, CR-XX or CR-XX/YY is used. There are no Township Roads (TR-XXX) in West Virginia. In a few limited cases, there are special road names in use; if you see one, please do not delete it or ask a question first prior to deleting it. More detail and examples can be found here: WV Route Naming.