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Re: usasc: South Carolina State highways
« Reply #90 on: November 30, 2019, 09:25:23 pm »
I made changes to all routes cited below except SC 248 and the following which should be FPs.

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SC/usasc/sc.sc024.wpt:ONeFerRd
This stands for O'Neal Ferry Rd

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SC/usasc/sc.sc154.wpt:ManStCRd
This stands for Manville-St Charles Rd

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SC/usaus/sc.us052.wpt:NADRd
SC/usaus/sc.us078.wpt:NADSt
NAD is itself an abbreviation and is the correct name of the road.

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SC/usasc/sc.sc146.wpt:SJWorHwy
S J Workman Hwy is the name of this point

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SC/usasc/sc.sc186.wpt:SCChuRd
SC/usasc/sc.sc215.wpt:SHChuRd
SC/usasc/sc.sc763.wpt:SPChuRd

S stands for St. x Church
Note fixes under "too many words" made a few more files with this dynamic

Sent to Jim this evening...

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Re: usasc: South Carolina State highways
« Reply #91 on: December 01, 2019, 07:31:55 am »
A duplicate label error showed up for:

sc.us076:I-20bs (now an alternate label for I-20BS)

Should that label be removed since I do not believe capitalization matters?

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Re: usasc: South Carolina State highways
« Reply #92 on: December 01, 2019, 10:08:43 am »
A duplicate label error showed up for:
sc.us076:I-20bs (now an alternate label for I-20BS)
Should that label be removed since I do not believe capitalization matters?
Yes, labels are case sensitive & it should be removed, leaving us with
I-20BS http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=34.187275&lon=-79.809194

This stands for O'Neal Ferry Rd
NAD is itself an abbreviation and is the correct name of the road.
S J Workman Hwy is the name of this point
S stands for St. x Church
Note fixes under "too many words" made a few more files with this dynamic
All legitimate false positives then. Looking good.

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SC/usasc/sc.sc154.wpt:ManStCRd
This stands for Manville-St Charles Rd
This one though, contains 2 abbreviated words, and should probably be ManSCRd, similar to how "St" was cut down to 'S' for the churches.

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Re: usasc: South Carolina State highways
« Reply #93 on: December 01, 2019, 10:58:09 am »
I lived in the Charleston area for about 25 years, but I never heard what "NAD" stood for.  Could someone enlighten me?  I actually lived about a mile or so from NAD Road for a while.
Completely clinched:  I-24, I-35W (MN), I-97, I-124, I-126, I-155 (MO-TN), I-190 (SD), I-195 (MD), I-240 (NC), I-295 (FL), I-375 (MI), I-516, I-520, I-526, I-564, I-585, I-640, I-675 (GA), I-895A, US 178, US 276

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Re: usasc: South Carolina State highways
« Reply #94 on: December 01, 2019, 12:16:33 pm »
I lived in the Charleston area for about 25 years, but I never heard what "NAD" stood for.  Could someone enlighten me?  I actually lived about a mile or so from NAD Road for a while.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naval_Support_Activity_Charleston

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Re: usasc: South Carolina State highways
« Reply #95 on: December 01, 2019, 08:33:12 pm »
The United States Naval Ammunition Depot.  Hmm, interesting.  Thank you for posting that.  I used to be in the Navy.  I actually attended the Naval Nuclear Power Training Command on what was known at the time as Naval Weapons Station Charleston (2002).
Completely clinched:  I-24, I-35W (MN), I-97, I-124, I-126, I-155 (MO-TN), I-190 (SD), I-195 (MD), I-240 (NC), I-295 (FL), I-375 (MI), I-516, I-520, I-526, I-564, I-585, I-640, I-675 (GA), I-895A, US 178, US 276

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Re: usasc: South Carolina State highways
« Reply #96 on: December 11, 2019, 09:42:45 am »
A duplicate label error showed up for:
sc.us076:I-20bs (now an alternate label for I-20BS)
Should that label be removed since I do not believe capitalization matters?
Yes, labels are case sensitive & it should be removed, leaving us with
I-20BS http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=34.187275&lon=-79.809194

This stands for O'Neal Ferry Rd
NAD is itself an abbreviation and is the correct name of the road.
S J Workman Hwy is the name of this point
S stands for St. x Church
Note fixes under "too many words" made a few more files with this dynamic
All legitimate false positives then. Looking good.

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SC/usasc/sc.sc154.wpt:ManStCRd
This stands for Manville-St Charles Rd
This one though, contains 2 abbreviated words, and should probably be ManSCRd, similar to how "St" was cut down to 'S' for the churches.

Fixed the US 76 and SC 154 files and sent to Jim.

Is there anything else needed to activate South Carolina State Highways?