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In-progress Highway Systems & Work / Re: France Routes Départementales (frad)
« Last post by michih on Yesterday at 02:41:43 pm »
Jim, you're right and I fully agree. I also thought that we should
a) split France into 100 departments (awful) or
b) have just one frad system

In addition, I like the idea of splitting France into regions because we did the very same for other European countries with similar size: UK, Germany and Spain. Italy might be another candidate.

However, France is Si's region and he decides.


I agree that it would be nice to threat routes as a continuous route in the _con.csv if the route number is not changing at dep. borders. Any objections?
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General Web Design Discussion / Re: Better edge/connection popups
« Last post by yakra on Yesterday at 01:28:47 pm »
Sounds like a good compromise, best-of-both-worlds approach.
Is a compromise really best-of-both-worlds though? Maybe I mean "second-best-of-both-worlds approach." Bleah. Semantics.
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In-progress Highway Systems & Work / Re: France Routes Départementales (frad)
« Last post by Jim on Yesterday at 01:24:59 pm »
If I am understanding correctly, this is significantly different from anything we've done before, since the routes are being divided up by region but broken up within a region by department, even if they're the same route.  It sounds like this might be analogous to trying to get a set of country routes within New York State without treating counties as the region subdivisions.  Since numbers can be repeated in different counties, all routes would be required to have the county name specified.  And if there's a county road that crosses department borders but retains its number, it would still be broken into multiple wpts (but I assume treated as a continuous route in the _con.csv).

Assuming what I state above is correct, I don't see why the frad system is not a single system much like how we treat usai and usaus, where we still break routes across regions.  Maybe the regions play a more significant role here that means this should be 14 different systems.  If they're more like the equivalent of our U.S. state routes, but at the department region, shouldn't the departments become the regions?
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General Web Design Discussion / Re: Better edge/connection popups
« Last post by michih on Yesterday at 01:09:59 pm »
Since it's only at zoom level 12 and down, it's fine to me! I'm also sure that it would be bad with higher zoom levels. I'd leave it as-is and bring it to the production server.
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In-progress Highway Systems & Work / Re: France Routes Départementales (frad)
« Last post by michih on Yesterday at 12:57:31 pm »
I see fraidfd.csv lines like
fraidfd;FRA-IDF;D115;Yvelines;Hou;Houdan;fraidf.d011578hou;
This would result in .list lines like FRA-IDF D115YvelinesHou D61 IDF/CVL

No, it's crap. I forgot to think first  >:(

It should be read:

fraidfd;FRA-IDF;D115;78;Hou;Houdan;fraidf.d011578hou;
And have .list lines like FRA-IDF D11578Hou D61 IDF/CVL

I don't like it though.

Would this work?

fraidfd;FRA-IDF;D115;-78;Hou;Houdan;fraidf.d011578hou;
And have .list lines like FRA-IDF D115-78Hou D61 IDF/CVL

Thoughts?


Somehow I forgot the answer was Yes long enough to type all that out. :P
fraidfd;FRA-IDF;D142;Yvelines;;;fraidf.d014278;
fraidfd;FRA-IDF;D142;Val-d’Oise;;;fraidf.d014295;

These two can be concatenated into a single route.

I thought that I should spilt it because it's a dep. border but from a region point of view... I could merge it but I think it would not work with our wpt file names where the last 2 digits refer to the dep. number.
@Si, what do you think?

I should rephrase:
Are route numbers ever duplicated in different departments in the same region, other than as a single route crossing department boundaries?

Not sure what you mean, but I think YES. Numbers are only unique within each department.
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Updates to Highway Data / Re: VT: VT38 west end point
« Last post by yakra on Yesterday at 12:52:48 pm »
On the flipside, though, would we treat it as an unsigned extension of a route?
Compare TX364
Stupid Truck Routes!
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In-progress Highway Systems & Work / Re: canqc (Quebec Provincial Highways)
« Last post by froggie on Yesterday at 09:56:18 am »
Regarding QC 136, English translations of Turcot Interchange construction info suggest A-720 won't officially become part of QC 136 until the Turcot Interchange construction is completed.  So probably a couple more years.

And speaking of QC 136, there's a question on the AARoads forum as to where the "eastern end of QC 136" in Quebec City is.  The following is directly quoted from them:

Quote
I traveled the tunnel with the reversible lane that some sources (Google Maps, Quebec 511) say are part of QC 136, not not others (Apple Maps, OpenStreetMap, Travel Mapping).
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Updates to Highway Data / Re: VT: VT38 west end point
« Last post by froggie on Yesterday at 09:54:32 am »
Part of the hefty conversation with Tim back when this was CHM (as Yakra well-recalls).  Town-maintained routes are included in the route system (VTrans considers it all one route regardless of who does maintenance), so since VT 38 continues to VT 36, I'm inclined to leave the endpoint there.
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General Web Design Discussion / Re: Better edge/connection popups
« Last post by Jim on July 15, 2019, 09:14:53 pm »
As part of my attempt to address https://github.com/TravelMapping/Web/issues/327 I've also changed it so at zoom levels 12 and up, it does not force the popup at the northernmost point.
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General Web Design Discussion / Re: Better edge/connection popups
« Last post by Jim on July 15, 2019, 08:52:25 pm »
tmtest has the "put the popup at the northernmost point on the Polyline" mentioned above.

I think it's an improvement, but would leave it as it is on the production server if there's a lot of preference expressed for the old way.
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