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I’ve been using Waze for my daily Downtown-to-Henderson commute for the past month. The results, so far, have been mixed.

User-powered traffic app Waze has been giving thought to Vegas’ roads. But is it confused?

July 20th, 2017

I’ve been using Waze for my daily Downtown-to-Henderson commute for the past month. The results, so far, have been mixed.

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