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Re: gbnb: Great Britain B Roads
« Reply #45 on: January 12, 2020, 08:22:00 am »
Yes, it makes no sense with branches of B roads but B4252 which is indicated as A469 should be checked that it's really a B road since OSM + GM show it as A469.
Branch of A roads are in the same boat - OSM+GM saying so is meaningless without other evidence.

Because that actually is an A469 branch (or at least signed as such, including away from the mainline), it was an error. But if I hadn't found that one sign that made that road an A469 branch, what I had was correct.

It's now fixed and in the browser.

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Re: gbnb: Great Britain B Roads
« Reply #46 on: January 13, 2020, 03:38:32 pm »
B2050:
Split A256 into 2 wps ?


B2052:
A28 is off
Split A255_N into 2 wps ?
B2053 is off


B2054:
VicPar -> VicPar_N


B2055:
TriSqy -> TriSqu_N


B2056:
A258_N is off


B2064:
A2034 is off


B2067:
AldRd -> AldRd_E


B2070:
B2199 is off


B2079:
UndLn is off
HowRd is off
JarLn is off
JarLn -> CurGreLn (OSM, GM, GSV)


B2080:
HeaRd is off


B2085:
A229 is off


B2088:
A28 is off


B2089:
FloLn is off
A28 is off


B2090:
A21 is off


B2092:
A259 is off
Segment from A2100 to A2690 is indicated being A2690 on OSM and GM, but it's clearly B2092 on 2019 GSV


B2093:
A259 is off


B2095:
A269_S is off
B2204_N is off


B2099:
A21 is off

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Re: gbnb: Great Britain B Roads
« Reply #47 on: January 14, 2020, 06:21:50 am »
B2092:
Segment from A2100 to A2690 is indicated being A2690 on OSM and GM, but it's clearly B2092 on 2019 GSV
Yep, hence why I mapped it that way. :P

I might go fix OSM, but I'm sure I did when I dealt with making the same error OSM did and it's been undone. I got it right first time, then there was something that made me err (probably OSM extending the route, though OS has it as well and that counts for a lot more), then I fixed it 2 years later when the evidence for/against appeared.

2015-07-25;(UK) England;A2690;eng.a2690;New Route
2016-03-09;(UK) England;A2690;eng.a2690;Route extended at east end from B2092 to A2100
2018-02-04;(UK) England;A2690;eng.a2690;Route truncated at east end from A2100 to B2092

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Re: gbnb: Great Britain B Roads
« Reply #48 on: January 18, 2020, 05:42:05 am »
B2100:
Move A267 between both junctions (which are one junction in the end)


B2102:
A22 -> A22/A26


B2103:
A259 is off
Move B2106 to Devonshire Place as indicated on OSM and GM?


B2104:
Check routing in Hailsham, GSV is from 2018/19 - gbnb was drafed earlier
wp @ http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=50.866382&lon=0.254153 and wp @ http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=50.861583&lon=0.256513 ?
A267 is off
A295_S is off


B2106:
I can agree with A259_W location but I'd change B2103 location, see B2103


B2108:
Move A226 between both junctions (which are one junction in the end)


B2110:
Merge A22/A264 and A22_S wps ?


B2112:
A273 is off
GreRd is off


B2114:
New wp @ http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=51.069603&lon=-0.203671 and for A23 too
SlaRd -> BraLn
B2115 is off


B2115:
SloLn is off


B2116:
A273 is off


B2117:
A281 is off
B2118 is off


B2119:
A270 doesn't intersect in HB @ A23/A270 wp but it should


B2123:
A259 is off


B2128:
B2130 is off


B2130:
Split A281 into two wps? I would


B2131:
Split A286 into two wps? I would
A283 is off
Exceeds limits b/n B2070 and A287
Add branch north of A287 wp, see OSM, GM and GSV?
The branch south of A287 is indicated on OSM and GM but not on GSV. We might add a new wp for it though - at A287 too.


B2132:
Split A259 into two wps!


B2133:
B2139 is off
PaiRd -> PlaRd


B2135:
+X204258 is off


B2138:
A29 is off


B2139:
OpenAirMus -> AmbMus / Amb
A283_N is off
A283_S is off


B2145:
A259 is off
B2201 is off


B2146:
FinRd -> LocLn

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Re: gbnb: Great Britain B Roads
« Reply #49 on: February 09, 2020, 02:41:23 pm »
B2154:
A288 -> A288_E


B2163:
A26 is off
A274 is off


B2166:
AldRd -> AldRd_W


B2169:
A267 is off


B2174:
Move A207/A226 to the center of the roundabout


B2176:
A26 is off
B2188 is off


B2177:
A32_N is off
Move A32/A334 to the center of the roundabout
A334_W is off


B2179:
ItcRd is off


B2180:
Move B2195_S to the center of the roundabout
Move B2195_N to the center of the roundabout


B2183:
A272 is off


B2187:
A259 -> A259_N


B2188:
LyeGre is off
A264_W is off


B2191:
A259 is off


B2192:
A267 is off
Move A22 to the center of the roundabout
A26 is off

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Re: gbnb: Great Britain B Roads
« Reply #50 on: February 16, 2020, 04:40:36 am »
B2200:
A24 -> A24/A232


B2205:
A291/A2990 wp might be a candidate for the one-point-per-interchange rule because the roundabout is within the interchange due to the ramp onto A299 eastbound


B2211:
Move A224 to the center of the roundabout


B2215:
A3_S is off because there is only one ramp. The 2nd ramp is fenced and indicated being closed on OSM


B2229:
Move A28 to the center of the roundabout


B2231:
Move A2500_E to the center of the roundabout
BarHillDr is off due to a new roundabout


B2233:
I'd move A29_S to the A29 main line
Move A29_N to the center of the roundabout
A259 is off


B2237:
A24_N -> A24/A264


B2244:
A21 is off
A229 is off


B2247:
A22 -> A22_E


B2259:
But -> ButBogReg or UppBogRd_E


B2260:
Move A21/A2014 to the center of the roundabout


B2450:
Move A24/A246 to the center of the roundabout


B2500:
Move A296 to the center of the roundabout



39.29% of the routes in England done!
« Last Edit: February 16, 2020, 04:50:54 am by michih »