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Re: usapr: Puerto Rico Territorial Highways
« Reply #30 on: July 26, 2017, 02:21:04 am »
PR102: So I'm assuming that this does not actually connect to PR120 or 121, right?

As far as I can tell, yes. The Manual de Descripción de Rutas says that PR102 ends at the intersection of PR120 & PR121, which it describes as Quinoñes & 65 de Infantería, but the descriptions of 120 & 121 show that they end a few blocks away from that intersection. There's no imagery, so I'm assuming that the PR102 description just hasn't been updated to reflect some relinquishments in the other routes.
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Re: usapr: Puerto Rico Territorial Highways
« Reply #31 on: October 23, 2017, 08:23:33 pm »
Okay, I am finally continuing the review.

PR110: CllAHer -> CllAmeHer (note that there's an accent mark over the "e" in "Ame" according to OSM, but I'd omit that because it'd be fairly difficult for people to type the e with the accent mark). Also, is there a reason why the northern end point is just a hundred feet west of the CliRd waypoint? GMSV doesn't show an End sign there, and I have to wonder if that's the right place to put the End waypoint.
PR110RAgu: Signage for this one is a bit weird. First there's a sign here that says "INT [intersection?] 4010", then a bit further up, you see another sign that says 110R is to the left, and then at the beginning of 110R there's a reassurance shield that indicates that the route number is actually PR 4010! So not sure if this route should be changed to PR 4010 or not. (note that all the street view in the area has the same May 2016 date)
PR110RMoc: fine
PR111: PR4128 appears to be unsigned.


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Re: usapr: Puerto Rico Territorial Highways
« Reply #32 on: October 30, 2017, 06:23:27 pm »
Thanks for catching 4010. The documentation showed that it had changed, but I only saw the 110R sign at the intersection. The northern end of 110 is listed in the manual and the log as the east gate of the airport, and satellite imagery shows that the gate is just west of that intersection, so that's where I thought it should go. Similar situation with 107 coming into the airport from the SW, although it looks like I placed that endpoint short of the gate. I'll fix 107 in tonight's pull.
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Re: usapr: Puerto Rico Territorial Highways
« Reply #33 on: November 04, 2017, 05:36:09 pm »
I am now continuing my review.

PR112: fine
PR113: fine
PR114: fine
PR115: fine
PR116: fine
PR117: fine
PR118: fine

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Re: usapr: Puerto Rico Territorial Highways
« Reply #34 on: November 02, 2018, 11:35:12 pm »
Suggest adding a point to PR181 to complement PR876@ToPR181

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Re: usapr: Puerto Rico Territorial Highways
« Reply #35 on: November 03, 2018, 04:17:08 pm »
Suggest adding a point to PR181 to complement PR876@ToPR181
Seems like a good idea. I'll add that this weekend.
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Re: usapr: Puerto Rico Territorial Highways
« Reply #37 on: November 04, 2018, 08:28:20 pm »
Evin (compdude787) told me that he's unable to continue with the peer review, so if anyone would like to help out, I'd appreciate it. He took care of most of the long routes.

I have one DTOP map (sent my other copy to him) so anyone who wants to look at it can PM me and I'll send photos of it. The online version still doesn't work.
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Re: usapr: Puerto Rico Territorial Highways
« Reply #38 on: November 04, 2018, 11:29:10 pm »
pr.pr7025;+X145358;;;HIDDEN_TERMINUS;
was a good test case while I was working on the graph generation-based datachecks, but I'm done with it now. :)