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« Reply #165 on: September 18, 2019, 11:57:14 pm »
GA15 has broken concurrencies near Tallulah Gorge SP.
WilCon <-> +X036(GA15)
GA15Lp_S <-> US441BusCla_N


Are GA19 & US41BusMac concurrent between I-75 and the Georgia Ave / College St intersection? They're plotted differently.
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« Reply #166 on: September 22, 2019, 05:21:58 pm »
US 41 and SR 3: GA3ConMan -> GA3ConMar
US 41 and SR 3: requesting a point at http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=33.88871&lon=-84.47428 for WinRidPkwy
SR 120: requesting a point at http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=33.969417&lon=-84.489090 for ELakePkwy (I turned off onto Robinson Road, but that name is ambiguous since it returns to SR 120)

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« Reply #167 on: October 04, 2019, 01:50:09 am »
Just took a look at GA90. Many of the hidden shaping points are at or near road junctions, and should be converted to visible points.
"Prefer an intersection to act as a shaping point location wherever possible. Shaping points that coincide with intersections should be added as normal, visible waypoints labeled in the usual way."

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« Reply #168 on: October 10, 2019, 06:51:49 pm »
US27:
GA100Ced_S -> GA100_Ced: this is a town suffix for disambiguation purposes, rather than a city abbreviation for one of multiple bannerless GA100 routes. With no other GA100_Ced point to disambiguate from (having US278_W instead), no need for the additional 'S' at the end.
GA100_End style labels have been deprecated a while; GA100/114, as GA1 has it, would work.

GA100:
US27Ced_S -> US27_Ced
US27 -> US27_Sum?

GA1: GA100Ced_S -> GA100_Ced
GA53: GA211_WinN -> GA211_Win
GA211: GA53Win_W -> GA53_Win

Similar labeling may be a wider issue.

There are some HIDDEN_JUNCTION data errors: http://travelmapping.net/devel/datacheck.php?rg=GA
A quick look at US27 & GA1 in side-by-side browser tabs shows lots of broken concurrencies. Some of these cases will be HIDDEN_JUNCTION, some VISIBLE_HIDDEN_COLOC, some NMPs, and some plain old points included in one route but not another. The HDX is a great help in checking concurrencies.
One especially tricky one I noticed:
US1: GA46/86 http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=32.3692444&lon=-82.3236297
GA46: US1_S http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=32.3692444&lon=-82.3236297
These both use 7 decimal places while GA4 uses the standard 6, breaking the junction & concurrency.
GA4: GA46/86 http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=32.369244&lon=-82.323630

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« Reply #169 on: October 14, 2019, 05:40:44 am »
I just noticed that GA 73 Byp (Statesboro) is missing from the highway browser. It is entirely concurrent with US 301 Byp (Statesboro).
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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« Reply #170 on: October 16, 2019, 02:41:11 am »
The GA 73 Bypass for Statesboro, Georgia is missing from the highway browser.  It is completely concurrent with US 301 Byp (Statesboro).
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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« Reply #171 on: October 17, 2019, 09:47:30 am »
Hey, I made a post on another board/thread, but just wanted to say thanks for the work on this system (and the whole site really!).  I'd love to help if I knew what the need was.  I've lived in Georgia my whole life and my background is analytics (accounting, into finance and now business analytics) so I'm glad to lend a hand on this site doing whatever I can to help.  I don't want to just be a user if I can give back and help in anyway.

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« Reply #172 on: October 17, 2019, 12:11:11 pm »
@kjslaughter:

I've added:

usaga Georgia State Highways reviewer: ntallyn

Sorry, I was being confusing. I'm not reviewing the GA highways, I'm doing the update work (I picked it up around Christmastime).

well, no. I thought that your "update work" is also the peer-review. But if I'm not mistaken, you are quite new, your first "new" system? If so, I think that another more experienced contributor should peer-review it. If you prefer being peer-reviewed, just edit the first post and replace your name by t.b.d.

You are not the "more experienced contributor" but any kind of review is better than no review. Just go through the routes and official state sources and report what seems to be wrong. I don't know how familar you are to our rules but you can find them in the manual.

I think ntallyn might want to complete the update work first?

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« Reply #173 on: November 01, 2019, 05:45:04 am »
GA 28:
Should GA 28's southern segment remain in the system, since part of it in Augusta is a freeway (John C. Calhoun Expressway)?

GA 29/243:
With GA 243 being totally decommissioned, the portion that was concurrent with US 441 Bus (Milledgeville) has been redesignated as GA 29 Bus (Milledgeville).

GA 35:
GA 35, which is completely concurrent with US 319, has two special routes: GA 35 Conn (Thomasville) and GA 35 Loop (Tifton). Both are missing from the highway browser.

GA 73:
In the Statesboro area, GA 73 Byp (Statesboro) is missing from the highway browser. It is indeed a signed highway that is totally concurrent with US 301 Byp (Statesboro). Its southern portion is also concurrent with GA 67 Byp (Statesboro).

GA 540:
GA 540 is still missing from the highway browser.
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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« Reply #174 on: November 01, 2019, 02:17:06 pm »
GA 73:
In the Statesboro area, GA 73 Byp (Statesboro) is missing from the highway browser. It is indeed a signed highway that is totally concurrent with US 301 Byp (Statesboro). Its southern portion is also concurrent with GA 67 Byp (Statesboro).

You already reported it twice upthread. I think that the responsible highway data manager for Georgia will address it when s/he has time.

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« Reply #175 on: November 01, 2019, 10:45:48 pm »
I know that I reported it twice, but no one commented on it to inform me as to whether they saw it.
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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« Reply #176 on: November 01, 2019, 11:42:23 pm »
I know that I reported it twice, but no one commented on it to inform me as to whether they saw it.

Look @ how I'm currently dealing with the FL thread.  I'm dealing with each post one at a time, and in order of them being posted (with a few minor exceptions).  I'm sure ntallyn will comment on your posts when they have the chance. ;)

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« Reply #177 on: November 02, 2019, 02:20:53 am »
I apologize for sounding upset.  I don't post much on this forum; when I do, I seem to get chewed out.  All I wanted was some recognition that my post was seen.  That's all.  Also, I was giving needed suggestions for the Georgia portion of the "project".
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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« Reply #178 on: November 02, 2019, 01:44:52 pm »
All I wanted was some recognition that my post was seen.  That's all.
And now you are aware that in some regions that recognition will not come promptly. This is not personal.
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« Reply #179 on: November 16, 2019, 08:45:57 pm »
GA 11 Byp. (Cleveland) and GA 75 Conn. (White County) are missing from the highway browser.  Since the connector is just north of Cleveland, the disambiguator could be that city instead of the county.
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