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Re: cansk: Saskatchewan Provincial Highways (1-399)
« Reply #90 on: January 03, 2019, 04:09:24 pm »
My notes for routes 102 through 271:

SK210
-change WP5 "SK22/35" --> "SK35"

SK211
-add WP @ "TR330" (turn required)

SK219
-add WP @ "TR271" (turn required)
-change WP16 "CirDr" --> "SK11"
-change WP17 "SK11" --> "IdylDr"

SK221
-change WP0 "CypHillP" --> "CypHillPP"

SK240
-relocate WP1 "CanAccRd" south by 260 m

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Re: cansk: Saskatchewan Provincial Highways (1-399)
« Reply #91 on: January 04, 2019, 07:29:29 pm »
My notes for routes 102 through 271:

SK210
-change WP5 "SK22/35" --> "SK35"

In my local copy.

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SK211
-add WP @ "TR330" (turn required)

I'm guessing you're referring to the unsigned road east of Blackstrap Lake, continuing straight after the paved road turns south to the provincial park. There is another turn on the other side of the lake, where SK 211 turns south and the road continuing east takes you to Shields (which is how it's marked). I've relabeled that previously hidden point Shi, though it might be TR331_E based on where it fits in the grid.

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SK219
-add WP @ "TR271" (turn required)
-change WP16 "CirDr" --> "SK11"
-change WP17 "SK11" --> "IdylDr"

First change in my local copy. The other two don't match where the HB routes SK 11 through Saskatoon, an open issue to be revisited before activation.

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SK221
-change WP0 "CypHillP" --> "CypHillPP"

The current label for "Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park" (shared with Alberta province) is correct. (A bit awkward that many fonts, including the one used by this forum, make it hard to distinguish between lower-case "l" and capital "I".)

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SK240
-relocate WP1 "CanAccRd" south by 260 m

In my local copy.

EDIT: Changes for SK 210 through SK 240 in the HB.
« Last Edit: January 08, 2019, 12:31:24 pm by oscar »

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Re: cansk: Saskatchewan Provincial Highways (1-399)
« Reply #92 on: March 17, 2019, 09:09:33 am »
Some drone video on the Regina Bypass project indicates a 3.8-mile part of the west leg of the Regina Bypass (from TCH 1 to Rotary Avenue) is partially open to traffic, and signed as part of SK 11 (see video at 7:05). That and some less clear parts of the video suggest that SK 11 will end up as a lollipop-shaped route, curling south of Regina including part of the to-be-bypassed part of TCH 1, then continuing north on the west bypass leg to intersect itself north of Regina. I'll hold off on adding the new segment to the HB, until the next drone video or other info confirms the above, by which time more new roadway might be open.

OSM not only shows that segment as open, but also that it and other open parts of the Bypass have been assigned exit numbers (east to west, for the Bypass segments on or to be added to TCH 1). Saskatchewan hasn't done exit numbers up to now, and the various drone videos on the Regina Bypass site don't show any either. I'll believe that when I see it.

The project website has a target completion date for the entire project of October 31, 2019. Hopefully that will happen before next winter's snows.
« Last Edit: March 17, 2019, 09:27:28 am by oscar »