I was driving down I-10 EB to Exit 175 Casa Blanca Rd when Waze told me this:
Exit 175: SR-587 N / Casa Grande Rd / And slow down
First, it is Casa Blanca Rd not Casa Grande Rd. Casa Grande (the city), I believe, is the next exit down, past the rest area. Second, what is with the "Slow Down"? Nowhere in the signage does it say slow down. I somewhat understand why it is there but is it Waze's responsibility to notify drivers on how to drive? If so, why is "Slow Down" not on the off ramp from I-10 WB to the same exit which has a similar curve?
Good afternoon, first post on here. Just joined the editing community and plan on being very active in the Phoenix/Arcadia/Scottsdale Area. Trying to do my first edit which is into my apartment complex. Waze thinks you can get into if from the North and East side, however the East side gate is an exit only gate. What would be the best way to fix this? The parking lot itself is two way, however when guests try and visit they always end up at the wrong gate and it is a bit of a pain to get to the correct entrance.
Know how it's impossible to find a navigation point on a large area? Thanks to +Brian Godette for this bookmarklet. Start a bookmark in Chrome, edit it and copy and paste the below code into it. Save the bookmark named "Find point" or whatever you like. Click on and highlight an area and then open this bookmark. It will open a new tab with WME centered on the navigation point.
A lot of people have been reporting driving issues on Indian School Road due to all the no turns/ lane closures lately. Perhaps we can get someone to look into these since they will be happening until the 25th of this month. Link Attached.
We need some Level 4+ active down in the Sierra Vista/Huachuca area. Some posts put on the main page have been missed for weeks, and people are submitting speed limits on the main roads that need to be updated.
The 55 on the 101 has been in since we could edit speed limits. I drive that daily so I will keep it updated. So, we are only putting in the actual speed limits, the white signs with black numbers. Advisory limits, yellow signs with black letters (for instance, going around a blind corner the speed limit goes down for that corner), we are not putting those in. Considering it can take a day or a week for the app to update, we are only putting in construction speed limits for more major projects, like something that's going to be a month long.
I'm also not a huge fan of this method - a lot of people new to the post that have business to do in the support area of "old post" are getting a 10min detour as they don't know any better. People should only need the visitor gate once, while the rest of users are being inconvenienced by the forced routing. Just seems odd to make routing better for the 1% the one time they need to be going through a visitor gate to get a pass. Once they have the pass, they can use both gates just fine.
+John Sanborn Yeah, it's ok. I don't really care. I just thought it could be a better routine. I am editing around Tempe where I came across problems myself. I am busy as a new comer. Btw, are you familiar with the car inspection? I want someone to explain the requirements to me. The azdot website got me confused.
MARICOPA, Ariz. May 19, 2016 - The City of Maricopa will be conducting road maintenance at several locations beginning May 23rd. Expect delays as road restrictions and closures are planned along Maricopa Casa Grande Highway and Farrell Road. Here is a breakdown of what you can expect:
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May 26-27 - Road Closure of White Parker Road just south of the Railroad tracks. Traffic needing access to Cowtown Road and White Parker South will be able to use the Cowtown Road / Hartman Road intersection.