Difference between revisions of "Naming of roads crossing a dual carriage way (obsolete)"

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If a road crosses a dual carriage way, leave the road segment connecting the two lanes of the dual carriage way unnamed. Otherwise you will have incorrectly named roads on the turn directions. [http://www.waze.com/cartouche/?zoom=7&lat=38.90004&lon=-77.40492&layers=BTFTFFFFFFFTFTFFFTTTTT&seg-1=52792541 Example]
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If a road crosses a dual carriage way (divided highway), leave the road segment connecting the two lanes of the dual carriage way unnamed. Otherwise you will have incorrectly named roads on the turn directions. [http://www.waze.com/cartouche/?zoom=7&lat=38.90004&lon=-77.40492&layers=BTFTFFFFFFFTFTFFFTTTTT&seg-1=52792541 Example]

Revision as of 07:33, 27 October 2010

If a road crosses a dual carriage way (divided highway), leave the road segment connecting the two lanes of the dual carriage way unnamed. Otherwise you will have incorrectly named roads on the turn directions. Example