House numbers with slash
Allow add house numbers with slash. For example: 631/29. 639 is for building, 29 is for entrance (Distance between entrances can by big). All block-buildings in my country has this double numbers.Also houses can be marked 10/a 10/b. It is not possible to add this type of number to editor, so usually we have just streets but no one is adding house numbers - as it would be inaccurate to put just first or second number.
Hey, this would really be handy. Waze editor support the "1/14" house numbers, but address search does not navigate to them. We often have "4/a" house number in Hungary, too.
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Zachary Z. Ordo commented
Agreed with this suggestion. We also have 1/2 addresses in parts of Pennsylvania too.
Vladislav Jahoda commented
Lukas - If you are from CZ/SK - that is different - those are not subdivisions of single house number, those are different numbering schemes - i.e. each number identifies the single house independently.
AND needs to be searchable as well !
Yes number 2583/25 or 84a its very usefull
Lukáš C. commented
I am also in order to add "/" A lot of home in my city has, for example, 256/26.
Well I live at 105/A, but dunno, it might be usefull, but for example we are 3 houses 105, 105/A, 105/B and we are right next to each other.
Honza S. commented
Or there can be letter before number, for example E820 - this sign is mostly for cottages...
In our country many houses and buildings have number with or with not / and not only with number but also with alphabet example: 12/A, 12/B etc ...
Robert “Robert04101” (Maine SM) commented
Another use for the slash would be for fractional addresses. There are HNs in Boston, e.g., that are "1/2" (literally, one-half, a house tucked in at the beginning of a street).