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Re: Europe Tier-4 systems progress superthread (UNECE)
« Reply #60 on: September 28, 2016, 07:12:57 pm »
^^
I'm planning to travel to the Azores next year...
I've only seen pictures (and StreetView is also present on the 2 islands with Via Rapida).

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Re: Europe Tier-4 systems progress superthread (UNECE)
« Reply #61 on: October 13, 2016, 12:45:40 am »
With regards to Iceland, the following link may be of use:
http://vegasja.vegagerdin.is/eng/

This map definitively shows the extent of Federal road maintenance and, because it is both zoomable and GIS based, Lat/Lon coordinates can be obtained from it. Based on my recent travel around Iceland I can safely say that there aren't any sections of numbered road which are signed but not federally maintained. There are, however, some unsigned numbers here and there which would need to be weeded out.

If no one else wants to take on the task of compiling route data for the HB, I may attempt to start doing so based on this.

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Re: Europe Tier-4 systems progress superthread (UNECE)
« Reply #62 on: October 15, 2016, 07:23:19 pm »
If no one else wants to take on the task of compiling route data for the HB, I may attempt to start doing so based on this.
If you want to claim mileage anytime soon, it is probably a case of make them yourself. I've got enough TM stuff going on at the moment.

Feel free to use or chuck the start I made as you see fit.

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Re: Europe Tier-4 systems progress superthread (UNECE)
« Reply #63 on: October 16, 2016, 01:40:37 am »
If no one else wants to take on the task of compiling route data for the HB, I may attempt to start doing so based on this.
If you want to claim mileage anytime soon, it is probably a case of make them yourself. I've got enough TM stuff going on at the moment.

Feel free to use or chuck the start I made as you see fit.

There's some existing work on this? Where can I find it?

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Re: Europe Tier-4 systems progress superthread (UNECE)
« Reply #64 on: October 16, 2016, 02:27:11 am »

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Re: Europe Tier-4 systems progress superthread (UNECE)
« Reply #65 on: October 16, 2016, 11:01:14 pm »
Thanks, I've got my first few pulls on Iceland in.

I'm going to be omitting the F-prefix roads from this system. Use of these roads is limited to 4WD vehicles with high ground clearance both by law and by physical practicality, so they really are something separate. May be the subject of a future second system.

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Re: Europe Tier-4 systems progress superthread (UNECE)
« Reply #66 on: October 31, 2016, 02:55:49 pm »
svki - Slovakia First Class Roads (si404)

I think the system should be renamed to "Slovakia Ciest I. Triedy".

https://sk.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cesta_I._triedy

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Re: Europe Tier-4 systems progress superthread (UNECE)
« Reply #67 on: November 01, 2016, 02:35:09 pm »
After today's update, the following systems will be ready for peer-review:

autb - Austria Landesstraßen B (michih)
bgri - Bulgaria First and Second Class Roads (si404)
cheh - Switzerland Hauptstrassen (michih)
cism - Central Asia Magistral (si404)
cisa - Central Asia A Roads (si404)
deub - Germany Bundesstraßen (still rededications expected and not close to activation, see thread note) (michih)
hunf - Hungary Főút (si404)
kaza - Kazakhstan Main Roads (si404)
kgzem - Kyrgyzstan ЭМ Roads (si404)
rusm - Russia Moskva Roads (system not fully signed until 2018) (si404)

I've already reviewed Hungary and Bulgaria... However, every feedback is welcomed :)

Edit 2016-11-06: autb added; bgri reviewed
« Last Edit: November 06, 2016, 11:17:44 am by michih »

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Re: Europe Tier-4 systems progress superthread (UNECE)
« Reply #68 on: December 14, 2016, 10:01:00 am »
estt - Estonia Pohimaanteed
ltua - Lithuania Magstralinai Keliai
lvaa - Latvia Galvena Cels

I've tried to find some info about potential tier 5 systems and think the system names should be as follows (red = suggested changes):

Estonia: https://et.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eesti_maanteede_loend
estp Estonia Põhimaanteed*
estt Estonia Tugimaanteed

Lithuania:
ltua Lithuania Magistraliniai Keliai (tier 4) - https://lt.wikipedia.org/wiki/S%C4%85ra%C5%A1as:Lietuvos_magistraliniai_keliai
ltukk Lithuania Krašto Keliai (tier 5) - https://lt.wikipedia.org/wiki/S%C4%85ra%C5%A1as:Lietuvos_kra%C5%A1to_keliai

Latvia: http://lvceli.lv/informacija-un-dati/#celu-klasifikacija
lvaa Latvia Valsts Galvenie Autoceli (tier 4)
lvap Latvia Valsts Regionalie Autoceli OR Valsts Pirmas Škiras Autoceli (tier 5)

*T prefix in wpt and list files can remain like nldr/nldp routes begin with N.

It seems that all potential tier 5 systems are signed.

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Re: Europe Tier-4 systems progress superthread (UNECE)
« Reply #69 on: February 05, 2017, 05:33:57 am »

I just hope they're added soon along with autonomical roads, they are a big part of the road network of my country and I couldn't believe that they hadn't been added yet.

If you want them added, you gotta step up and help out with them yourself. That's how I got started with maintaining Washington state. It was clear nobody was going to fix any of the issues I reported, so the only way they were going to get fixed is if I took over maintenance of Washington. If you're interested in helping out, I would suggest PMing Jim.

Mod edit: Sorry I clicked the wrong button and accidentally edited your post! I meant to quote your post, not edit it.
« Last Edit: February 05, 2017, 11:42:16 am by compdude787 »

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Re: Europe Tier-4 systems progress superthread (UNECE)
« Reply #70 on: February 21, 2017, 01:25:56 pm »
I've moved the espn discussion to a new thread: http://tm.teresco.org/forum/index.php?topic=1951.

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Re: Europe Tier-4 systems progress superthread (UNECE)
« Reply #71 on: June 29, 2017, 12:47:40 pm »
Almost all European tier 4 systems are in the HB now. Some comments to the remaining systems:

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beln - Belgium Route Nationale / Gewestwegen 1-599 (michih)

I think I'll complete it this summer. It's painful...

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ffopr/frolv - Faroe Islands Primærruter (need more info) (---)

What kind of info do you need, Si? Cinx will go there in September and might check open issues on-site. I guess you are not sure if the routes are really signed (GSV not available)?

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grceo - Greece Ethniki Odos (si404)

Started.

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itass - Italy Strada Statale (---)

We finally have a map :)

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rusr - Russia Regional Roads (system not fully signed until 2018) (si404)
rusa - Russia Access Roads (system not fully signed until 2018) (si404)

I guess Si will draft the remaining routes in 2018 or once GSV is updated?

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turd - Turkey Devlet Yolları (---)

Open. Si, you've once said that it should be not too hard (and not too large?). If you cannot draft it, I might do it later this year or in 2018... I wanted to complete deul and norfv first but if it would be the last remaining tier 4 system... :)

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Re: Europe Tier-4 systems progress superthread (UNECE)
« Reply #72 on: June 29, 2017, 01:44:44 pm »
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ffopr/frolv - Faroe Islands Primærruter (need more info) (---)

What kind of info do you need, Si? Cinx will go there in September and might check open issues on-site. I guess you are not sure if the routes are really signed (GSV not available)?
That and what the routes are and where they go...
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grceo - Greece Ethniki Odos (si404)

Started.

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rusr - Russia Regional Roads (system not fully signed until 2018) (si404)
rusa - Russia Access Roads (system not fully signed until 2018) (si404)

I guess Si will draft the remaining routes in 2018 or once GSV is updated?
These are in the same situation of me just not caring enough to do further work on it. Maybe they'll get done next year, but something would need to change. It would be less annoying if there was a Latin-alphabet open-source tile-mapping (like MQ Open Data) that I could use. Greece is a higher priority than Russia.
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turd - Turkey Devlet Yolları (---)

Open. Si, you've once said that it should be not too hard (and not too large?).
Did I? I guess it's well defined and mapped and only about 100 routes (albeit often fairly long routes - counteracted by having a fair few E Roads/Asian highways concurrent with the network), so shouldn't be a turd on that front.
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If you cannot draft it, I might do it later this year or in 2018...
It's a very low priority for me.

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Re: Europe Tier-4 systems progress superthread (UNECE)
« Reply #73 on: June 29, 2017, 03:10:17 pm »
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ffopr/frolv - Faroe Islands Primærruter (need more info) (---)

What kind of info do you need, Si? Cinx will go there in September and might check open issues on-site. I guess you are not sure if the routes are really signed (GSV not available)?
That and what the routes are and where they go...

You have already drafted routes, see GitHub... !?!? There are "official" maps...

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turd - Turkey Devlet Yolları (---)

It's a very low priority for me.

For me too but it's on the European list although I wish it wouldn't :D

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Re: Europe Tier-4 systems progress superthread (UNECE)
« Reply #74 on: July 11, 2017, 07:05:04 am »
I see that nobody is in charge of itass. Do you want me to take care of it?