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Re: Mexico
« Reply #15 on: August 24, 2019, 04:30:25 pm »
*150 Puebla - Veracruz
**Puebla: gap (signed along the surface bypass, as shown on the Goog, to 150D)
**Tepeaca: gap (as of January 2019, signs had not been updated for the new one-way pair, but the route is obvious) and loop (formerly signed as PUE 528; now carries eastbound traffic)
**Cuapiaxtla de Madero: gap (obvious route)
**Tecamachalco: gap (obvious route)
**Tlacotepec de Benito Juárez: gap (obvious route)
**Tepanco de Lopez: gap (obvious route)
**Los Fuertes: branch (where is this?)
**Tehuacán: gap (signed via bypass)
**Acultzingo: gap (obvious route)
**Ciudad Mendoza/Rio Blanco/Orizaba: gap (obvious route)
**Orizaba-Zongolica: branch (signed; signs on 150D say 123)
***Orizaba: gap (does not seem to be signed north of 150D)
***Tlilapan: gap (obvious route)
***San Andrés Tenejapan: gap (obvious route)
***Tequila: gap (obvious route) and branch (signed as VER blank)
***Los Reyes: gap (obvious route)
**Cuautlapan: gap (obvious route)
**Fortin de las Flores: gap (obvious route)
**Córdoba: gap (I can't find any signs; LRF says there's a bypass)
**Peñuela: gap (obvious route)
**Yanga: gap (obvious route, but the business route is signed as blank at both ends) and bypass (signed)
**Cuitláhuac: gap (obvious route with one-way pair) and bypass (signed)
**Paso del Toro: gap (obvious route)
**Antón Lizardo: branch (signed; but why does LRF say it's only 1.34 km?)
***Mandinga y Matoza: branch (signed as blank)
**Boca del Rio/Veracruz: gap (150 is signed from the elevated circle east of Boticara)
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Re: Mexico
« Reply #16 on: August 24, 2019, 04:30:55 pm »
*160 Cuernavaca - Entronque Cuatro Caminos (GIS and DV show it as 138 west of Cuautla, which is on some signs)
**Cuernavaca: gap (signed straight across 95D, but I can't find anything beyond)
**Yautepec: loop (signed as 160 and MOR blank at both ends, but how does it get through town? not in any source)
**Cuautla: gap (obvious route with one-way pairs) and bypass (signed, but without anything relevant to return to 160 at the west end)
**Tepexco: gap (obvious route)
**Calmeca: gap (obvious route)
**Izucar de Matamoros: gap (obvious route to end at 190 southwest of downtown) and bypass (brand new; signed as 190 at the northeast end, so probably the same as the other end)

*166 Alpuyeca (95) - Grutas de Cacahuamilpa (55) (some signs say 160)
**Alpuyeca: gap (obvious route)
**Miacatlan: gap (obvious route)
**Mazatepec: gap (obvious route)
**Tetecala: gap (obvious route)
**Coatlán del Rio: gap (obvious route)
**Michapa-Puente de Ixtla (95): branch (signed)
**Grutas de Cacahuamilpa: branch (signed)
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Re: Mexico
« Reply #17 on: August 24, 2019, 04:31:17 pm »
*175 Buenavista (180) - Puerto Angel
**Tlacotalpan: gap (obvious route)
**Amatitlán: gap (obvious route)
**Paraiso Novellero: gap (obvious route)
**Tuxtepec: gap (signed via in-town bypass)
**Tecnológico de Tuxtepec: branch (unsigned)
**Ingenio López Mateos: branch (unsigned)
**San Juan Bautista Valle Nacional: gap (obvious route)
**Ixtlán de Juárez: branch (unsigned)
**Guelatao de Juárez: gap (obvious route)
**San Andrés Huayapam: branch (unsigned)
**Oaxaca: gap (southbound is signed straight across 190, left near Panteon San Miguel, then left at the end to leave town; northbound instead stays straight, but then signs disappear south of downtown; if you instead turn right, signs point straight past Panteon San Miguel, then right on 190 (shield missing northbound, but other signs at that intersection show both directions of 175 on this route), then left to leave town)
**Aeropuerto de Oaxaca: branch (unsigned)
**Santa Maria Coyotepec: gap (obvious route)
**San Antonino Castillo Velasco: branch (unsigned)
**Ocotlán de Morelos: gap (southbound uses obvious route; northbound turns right on Calle Venustiano Carranza, then left on Calle Matamoros; a bypass is also signed (but without shields) using Calle Carranza and Calle Francisco Villa) and bypass (signed)
**Santa Rosa de Lima/Asunción Ocotlán: branch (signed)
**San Dionisio Ocotlán: branch (signed)
**Ejutla de Crespo: gap (southbound goes straight on Avenida Porfirio Diaz and right at the end; northbound turns left on Calle Manuel Sabino Crespo and (implied) right on Avenida Diaz) and bypass (signed)
**San Pedro Pochutla: gap (obvious route; bypass is signed for 200 and northbound for 175 (but only after you turn))

*176 Mérida - Tizimín
**Mérida: gap (signage appears to end at beltway, YUC 01)
**Cholul: loop (signed at west end at beltway)
**Conkal: loop with gap (signed at west end, and through downtown mostly using city names; uses the obvious one-way pair, but eastbound has no signs where necessary at Calle 10 or Calle 4)
***Conkal-Chicxulub Puerto: branch (poorly signed; 176 is on km posts)
****Conkal: bypass (signs at south end say 261 and YUC blank; north end has no signs)
*****Chicxulub Pueblo: branch (signed as YUC blank)
****Chicxulub Pueblo: gap (obvious route, but signed as 261 northbound and MEXICO blank southbound)
**Tekat: gap (obvious route)
**Mocochá: gap (obvious route)
**Baca: gap (obvious route)
**Mocochá-Baca: bypass (signed; it's the business route that may be completely unsigned east of Conkal!)
***Tekat: branch (unsigned)
***Mocochá: branch (unsigned)
**Sacola: loop (signed)
**Motul: loop (signed at west end, but maybe nowhere else)
**Motul-Cansahcab: bypass (signed)
**Suma de Hidalgo: loop (unsigned)
**Cansahcab: loop (signed at both ends and in the middle)
***Cansahcab-Dzilam Bravo: branch (signed)
****Dzidzantun: gap (obvious route on one-way pair)
****Dzilam González: gap (obvious route)
**Temax: loop (signed)
**Buctzotz: loop (signed at west end)
**Tizimín: gap (signs point west along the obvious route to Merida; eastbound to downtown also uses the route shown in OSM)

*179 San Pablo Villa de Mitla (190) - junction (147) (may not be federally maintained or signed all the way to the end? does it end as Totontopec?)
**San Pablo Villa de Mitla: gap (obvious route)
**San Pedro y San Pablo Ayutla: gap (obvious route)
**Tamazulápam del Espiritu Santo: gap (obvious route)
**Santa Maria Tlahuitoltepec: branch (signed - on two separate branches! not sure which one is the one listed in LRF)
**Zacatepec Mixes: branch (signed)
**Totontepec Villa de Morelos: gap (obvious route)
**Santiago Choápam: gap (obvious route)
**Xochiapa: gap (obvious route)
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Re: Mexico
« Reply #18 on: August 24, 2019, 04:32:14 pm »
*180 La Coma (101) - Puerto Juárez (some signs east of Mérida say 295)
**Matamoros-La Coma: overlap with 101 (unsigned, but listed in DV and LRF)
**Estación Manuel-Tampico: overlap with 80 (signed poorly, if at all)
**Tampico: gap (signed westbound to head north from the bridge, but I can't find anything beyond there)
**Mata Redonda: branch (unsigned)
**Villa Cuauhtémoc: branch (unsigned?)
**Ozuluama de Mascareñas: gap (obvious route)
**Avenida Nuevo León: branch (where is this?)
**Cerro Azul: branch (signed)
**Alazán: branch (signed? is this the turn signed for Potrero del Llano?)
**Tuxpan: bypass (signed, though locally maintained; eastbound traffic takes the direct turn onto Calle Pavon, while westbound traffic curves right off the bridge and left on Calle 15 de Septiembre, or right to use the business route)
**Tuxpan-La Barra: branch (unsigned?)
**Tuxpan-Poza Rica: overlap with 130 (poorly signed, but it is signed at the south end instead of 130)
**Poza Rica: gap (obvious route)
**Papantla de Olarte: loop (signed; LRF also lists a branch somewhere?)
**Gutiérrez Zamora: gap (obvious route)
**Gutiérrez Zamora-Tecolutla: branch (signed; westbound traffic through Gutiérrez Zamora is directed via Calle A. Cerisola to left on Avenida 2 de Abril and left on Oriental; the same thing is partly signed eastbound too, perhaps as a truck bypass)
**La Guadalupe-Riachuelos: branch (signed)
**Palma Sola: gap (obvious route)
**Central Nucleoelectrica Laguna Verde: branch (unsigned; only in GIS)
**José Cardel: gap (obvious route through town; also signed on bypass)
**José Cardel-Veracruz: overlap with 180D (signed as both 180 and 180D; toll maintenance apparently begins at the merge with 140 and ends here)
***La Antigua: branch (unsigned)
**Santa Fe-San Julian: branch? (signed, if this is the continuation of the bypass to San Julian)
**Zona Portuaria: branch (unsigned? where is this? it's only 3.77 km)
**API Puerto Veracruz: branch (unsigned? where is this?)
**Veracruz: gap (signed westbound from downtown; there's no logical route through downtown) and bypass (signed)
**Alvarado: gap (obvious route)
**Lerdo de Tejada: gap (obvious route)
**Angel R. Cabada: gap (obvious route)
**San Andrés Tuxtla: gap (obvious route via bypass; route through downtown also signed at both ends, but apparently not in downtown)
**Catemaco: branch (signed)
**Juan Diaz Covarrubias: gap (obvious route)
**Hueyapan de Ocampo: branch (signed, at least in 2013)
**Acayucan: loop (signed as blank at the north end and not at the east end; I don't think there are any 180 shields downtown)
**Acayucan-Coatzacoalcos: overlap with 185 (partly signed)
**Coatzacoalcos: gap (obvious route)
**Villahermosa: gap (signed via the northwest part of the beltway, though eastbound signs are missing; a route is also signed through town using the east-west freeway and Avenida Universidad, but there's also some 180 signage on the northeast beltway and southeast beltway?)
**Ocuiltzapotlán: branch (unsigned)
**Macultepec: branch (unsigned)
**Frontera: branch (signed)
**Nuevo Progreso: gap (obvious route on bypass; also signed through town)
**San Antonio Cárdenas: gap (obvious route on bypass; also signed through town)
**Atasta: gap (obvious route)
**Ciudad del Carmen: gap (obvious route)
**Isla Aguada: branch (signed)
**Ex-Finca San Luis Carpizo: branch (unsigned; only in GIS)
**Champoton: gap (obvious route)
**Seybaplaya: loop (signed)
**Campeche: gap (unsigned; only signed on bypass?) and bypass (signed; 202 in GIS and DV)
**Campeche-Chiná: branch (signed as CAM blank; extends to Tixmucuy in DV)
**Tenabo-Entronque Chencolli: branch (signed as 180; 188 in LRF)
**Pomuch: loop (signed as CAM blank at east end only)
**Hecelchakán-Santa Cruz-Poc Boc: loop (signed)
**Dzitbalché-Calkiní-Tepakán: loop (signed as CAM blank at both ends, but 180 along the route (on older signs?))
***Dzitbalché-Santa Cruz Ex Hacienda: branch (signed as CAM blank)
**Calkini-Maxcanú: loop (signed)
***Becal: loop (signed as CAM blank)
***Halachó: loop (signed)
***Maxcanú: loop (unsigned)
**Kopomá: loop (signed)
**Chocholá: loop (signed; east end is at Mérida beltway, where signs direct traffic back south to 180; there's no such signage westbound)
**Umán: loop (signed) with gap (signed via one-way pair as shown in OSM)
**Mérida: gap (signed via southern beltway)
**Mérida-Tixkokob-Tekantó: branch (signed west to the Mérida beltway, where signs direct traffic south to 180; there's no such signage eastbound)
***Tixpeual-Tixkokob: gaps (obvious route) and bypass (signed, but with hanging east end)
***Cacalchen: gap (obvious route)
***Bokobá: gap (obvious route)
**San Pedro Noh Pat: loop (unsigned)
**Teya: loop (unsigned)
**Ticopó: loop (unsigned)
**San Bernandino: loop (signed at west end)
**Holactún: loop (signed at west end)
**Tahmek: loop (signed at west end)
**Hoctún-Xocchel: loop (signed)
***Hoctún: loop (signed at east end and in the middle)
***Xocchel: loop (unsigned)
**Kantunil: bypass (signed) and branch (signed as YUC 53 and MEXICO blank)
**Pisté: gap (obvious route)
**Zona Arqueológica de Chichen Itzá: branch (unsigned)
**Zona Hotelera de Chichen Itzá: branch (unsigned)
**X-Calakoop: gap (obvious route)
**Valladolid: gap (obvious route; also signed westbound on north beltway, but eastbound it's only signed for 295 and 180D)
**Tikuch: loop
**Chemax-Cobá: branch (signed as YUC blank at north end and Q. ROO blank at south end but 180 once you turn onto it; only in DV)
**Chemax: gap (obvious route) and loop (unsigned)
**X'Can: gap (obvious route) and loop (signed at west end)
**Leona Vicario: gap (obvious route)
**Cancun: gap (obvious route; probably makes sense to end it at 307)
**Emiliano Zapata: branch (where is this?)
**Punta Sam: branch (unsigned?)

*182 Teotitlán de Flores Magón (135) - Tuxtepec (175)
**Teotitlán de Flores Magón: gap (obvious route)
**San Jerónimo Tecóatl: gap (obvious route)
**San Lucas Ojitlán: branch (unsigned, at least in 2009; only in GIS)
**Tuxtepec: gap (obvious route)

*184 Entronque Teya (180) - Felipe Carrillo Puerto (307)
**Mama: loop with gap (unsigned)
**Peto: loop with gap (signed at south end but not through downtown)
**Peto-Tzucacab: branch (signed as 184 on older signs but YUC 84 or MEXICO 84 on newer signs; state maintained since 2006)
**Santa Rosa-Tzucacab-Muna: branch (signed as 184 on older signs but YUC 184 on newer signs; state maintained since 2006)
**Balneario: branch (where is this?)
**La Presumida-Candelaria: branch (signed as blank)
**José Maria Morelos: gap (obvious route)
**X-Yatil: branch (unsigned)
**Dzula: branch (unsigned)
**Felipe Carrillo Puerto: gap (obvious route)

*185 Coatzacoalcos (180) - Salina Cruz
**Coatzacoalcos: gap (obvious route to 180) and branch (where?)
**Refinería Las Matas: branch (unsigned)
**Entronque Minatitlán (180D) - Coatzacoalcos (172 in all sources, but I can only find 185 shields, and only at the airport)
***Coatzacoalcos: gap (GIS shows federal maintenance ends at Dr. Jose Lemarroy Carrion)
**Minatitlán: gap (obvious route)
**Cosoleacaque/Oteapan: gap (obvious route)
**Oteapan-Soteapan: branch (signed, but maybe only as VER blank north of Oteapan)
***Oteapan/Chinameca: gap (obvious route)
***Los Cerritos: branch (unsigned; only in GIS)
**Acayucan: gap (obvious route via bypass; also signed into downtown from the south, with signs (many just cities) through downtown on Calle Guillermo Prieto, Calle de la Peña, Calle Hilario C. Salas, (northbound: Calle Guadalupe Victoria, Calle Melchor Ocampo, then it disappears; southbound: Calle Miguel Hidalgo, Calle Porvenir))
**Aguilera: gap (obvious route)
**Jesús Carranza: branch (unsigned)
**Suchilapan del Rio: branch (unsigned)
**north of Matías Romero Avendaño: loops (don't know if they're signed)
**Matías Romero Avendaño: branch (signed)
**Juchitán: gap (obvious route via in-town bypass; LRF shows a branch but where? the beltway is signed both ways from the northeast corner, but I can't find any other signs)
**Ixtaltepec/Ixtepec: branch (unsigned?)
***El Espinal: gap (no signs, but going straight seems to work in both directions)
***Ixtaltepec: gap (no signs)
**Base Aerea: branch (unsigned; only in GIS? or is this also in DV?)
**La E.T. I. 151: branch (where is this?)
**San Antonio Monterrey: branch (unsigned)
**Salina Cruz: gap (don't know how far signage goes; lots of branches in LRF, but I don't know where they are)

*186 Villahermosa (180) - Chetumal
**Aeropuerto de Villahermosa: branch (unsigned)
**Escárcega: gap (obvious route)
**Xpujil: gap (obvious route)
**Chetumal: gap (signed via both branches, the south branch from at least the circle east of the airport, and the north branch I don't know how far)
**Subteniente López: branch (signed)
***Subteniente López: bypass (signed)

*187 Raudales Malpaso - El Bellote
**Herradura-Entronque Autopista: branch (signed as 187, 145D, and CHIS blank)
**Cárdenas: gap (signage disappears at the beltway south of town, with only 180 signed along the beltway; both sides of the beltway are signed as 187 on 180, but the east side doesn't actually cross 180; from the north, 187 is signed straight inside the beltway, and then Huimanguillo (with TAB blank) is signed across 180, so the obvious straight routing appears to be the most logical)
**Comalcalco: gap (obvious route)
**Paraiso: gap (obvious route)
**Puerto Ceiba: gap (obvious route)

*188 Haltunchén (180) - Entronque Cayal (261) (180 in DV and GIS)
**Adolfo Ruiz Cortinez: branch (unsigned?)
**Tixmucuy: branch (signed)
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Re: Mexico
« Reply #19 on: August 24, 2019, 04:32:37 pm »
*190 Ciudad de México - Guatemala (west of Puebla is 150 in DV, and there are some signs for it, but most say 190; Entronque La Ventosa to San Pedro Tapanatepec is 200 in GIS and on some signs)
**Ciudad de México/Ixtapaluca: gap (obvious route; west end at big interchange where 150D also ends)
**General Manuel Avila Camacho: gap (obvious route)
**Cholula de Rivadavia: gap (obvious route) and loop (unsigned)
**Observatorio de Tonantzintla: branch (unsigned?)
**Cholula de Rivadavia-San Francisco Acatepec: branch (unsigned?)
**Acceso a la autopista: branch (where is this?)
**Puebla: gap (signed via beltway, but there's also this km post; what's with this old PUE 1E sign?)
**San Francisco Acatepec: loop (signed)
**Chipilo de Francisco Javier Mina: loop (unsigned?)
**Izúcar de Matamoros: gap (obvious route), loop (signed at east end), and bypass (signed at north end; not sure if the route back to 190 at south end is signed)
**Acatlán de Osorio: gap (through traffic is signed to use an in-town bypass (mostly Juan Alvarez), but at the west end of the bypass, 190 is signed both ways)
**Petlalcingo: branch (unsigned)
**Huajapan: gap (obvious route) and bypass (poorly signed)
**Villa de Tamazulápam del Progreso: gap (obvious route)
**Tejupan: branch (unsigned)
**Yanhuitlán: branch (unsigned? where is this?)
**Asunción Nochixtlán: gap (obvious route)
**San Pablo Huitzo: branch (unsigned? where is this?)
**Santo Tomás Mazaltepec: branch (unsigned? where is this?)
**Nazareno Etla: branch (unsigned? where is this?)
**San José Vistahermosa: branch (where is this?)
**Santiaguito Etla: branch (where is this?)
**San Lorenzo Cacaotepec: branch (unsigned)
**Monte Alban: branch (unsigned)
**Nazareno Xoxo: branch (unsigned? where is this?)
**Oaxaca: gap (obvious route)
**San Agustin Yatareni: branch (unsigned? where is this?)
**Santa Maria del Tule: gap (obvious route) and bypass (signed)
**Tlacochahuaya: branch (unsigned)
**Tlacolula: branch (signed)
**Mitla: branch (unsigned? isn't this 179?)
**Tequisistlán: branch (unsigned)
**Santo Domingo Tehuantepec-Entronque La Ventosa: overlap with 185 (signed as both)
**Santiago Niltepec: loop (unsigned)
**E. T. C. 194 Zanatepec: branch (where is this?)
**San Pedro Tapanatepec: bypass (signed as 200)
**Las Cruces-Arriaga (200): branch (signed)
***Tierra y Libertad: gap (obvious route)
**Lázaro Cárdenas: gap (obvious route)
**Cintalapa: gap (obvious route)
**Jiquipilas: branch (signed)
**Ocozocoautla de Espinoza: gap (obvious route) and bypass (signed)
**Aeropuerto Llano San Juan: branch (unsigned)
**Berriozábal: loop (signed)
***C. Militar Sabino: branch (signed)
**Chicoasén: branch (signed)
***Tuxtla Gutiérrez: gap (only signed outside the north bypass)
***San Fernando: branch (signed)
***Casa de Maquinas: branch (signed)
**Tuxtla Gutiérrez: gap (obvious route through town (though it's not signed from the east); north bypass is signed as the main route of 190 and CHIS blank; south bypass is also signed as 190 into Terán, where signs seem to disappear (trucks are directed north on 3rd East); I can't find any relevant eastbound signage pointing to the south bypass)
**El Sumidero: branch (signed, but apparently only on the toll portion)
**Cerro Hueco: branch (where is this?)
**La Angostura: branch (signed)
***20 de Noviembre: gap (obvious route)
***Javier Lopez Moreno: gap (obvious route)
**Chiapa de Corzo: gap (signed via bypass and through downtown)
**El Chorreadero: branch (unsigned)
**Navenchauc: gap (obvious route)
**San Cristóbal: gap (obvious route; bypass does not seem to be signed as 190, but neither is the through route, and cities are pointed via the bypass)
**Teopisca: gap (obvious route on one-way pair)
**Amatenango del Valle: gap (obvious route)
**Comitán: gap (obvious route)
**Aeropuerto de Comitán: branch (signed)
**La Trinitaria: gap (obvious route)
**Planta de Bombeo No. 2: branch (where is this?)
**Planta de Bombeo No. 3: branch (where is this?)
**Planta de Bombeo No. 1: branch (where is this?)

*195 Villahermosa (186) - Entronque Escopetazo (190)
**Villahermosa: gap (signed southbound from trumpet with 186; GIS also shows federal maintenance on branch west to circle with beltway, which is signed for 180 west, but then signs are bad at that circle)
**Villa Parrilla: loop (signed)
**Teapa: branch (signed as TAB blank (195 only on older now-replaced signs?))
**Estación Suspiro: branch (unsigned (this is just north of Pichucalco))
**Pichucalco: gap (signed via bypass, and into town from the south)
**Ixtacomitan: gap (obvious route)
**Rayon: gap (obvious route)
**Bochil: gap (obvious route)

*196 Casa Verde (95) - Entronque Atoyac de Alvarez (200) (I can't actually find any 196 signs, but there may be some at the east end that I can't zoom in on)
**Xochipala: gap (obvious route)
**Tlacotepec: branch (unsigned? only in GIS)
**El Paraíso: gap (obvious route) and branch (don't know if it's signed)
**San Vicente de Benítez: branch (unsigned, at least in 2009)
**Atoyac de Alvarez: gap (obvious route on one-way pair, though turns are unsigned)

*199 Catazajá (186) - Rancho Nuevo (190)
**Catazajá: branch (signed at both ends of the loop from 186; 2.5 km long, but locally maintained since 2005; turn not signed in town)
**Escuela Agropecuaria de Palenque: branch (where is this?)
**Palenque: gap (obvious route) and branch (unsigned)
**Zona Arqueológica de Palenque: branch (signed)
**Cascadas a Misol-Ha: branch (signed)
**Cascada de Agua Azul: branch (signed as 186, on a sign where 199 is also 186)
**Ocosingo: gap (obvious route)
**Abasolo: gap (obvious route)
**Oxchuc: gap (obvious route)
**Huixtán: gap (obvious route)
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Re: Mexico
« Reply #20 on: August 24, 2019, 04:33:06 pm »
*200 Tepic (15) - Talismán
**Tepic: gap (signed south from 15 bypass)
**Xalisco: gap (obvious route with one-way pair)
**Carrizal/Malinal: branch (unsigned; only in GIS)
**Tepiqueños: branch (signed as blank; only in GIS)
**Compostela: branch (signed)
**Las Varas: gap (obvious route)
**Altavista: branch (unsigned; only in GIS)
**La Peñita de Jaltemba: gap (obvious route)
**Los Ayala: branch (signed as blank)
**Lo de Marcos-Las Minitas: branch (unsigned)
**Sayulita/Corral del Risco: branch (signed)
**Punta de Mita: branch (signed as 200 and NAY blank)
***La Cruz de Hanacaxtle: gap (obvious route; how's the bypass/business route split west of here signed?)
**Bucerias/Mezcales: gap (obvious route)
**Jarretaderas: branch (signed as NAY blank)
**Aeropuerto de Puerto Vallarta: branch (unsigned; locally maintained since 2001)
**Puerto Vallarta: gap (signed via the bypass, though signs are missing pointing left onto it southbound; makes the obvious turn south of downtown)
**Tomatlán: branch (signed)
**Estacion de Biología: branch (unsigned)
**Playa el Tecuán: branch (signed)
**Melaque: bypass (signed as 80 and 200, but there's no signed overlap with mainline 80)
**Cihuatlán: gap (obvious route, though westbound signage is bad; there's no one-way pair, unless things have changed since 2015; bypass is only signed as a mandatory truck route)
**Aeropuerto Internacional Playa de Oro: branch (signed)
**Manzanillo: gap (obvious route going the long way through downtown) and bypass (signed, both around just downtown and the large freeway bypass)
**Campos: branch (unsigned; only in DV)
**El Colomo: gap (obvious route)
**Cuyutlán: branch (signed as 110 and 200)
**Ciudad de Armería: gap (obvious route)
**Colonia Bayardo: gap (obvious route)
**Tecomán: gap (no 200 shields via either bypass, though signage may be too old for the west side, and the east side does have signs with cities; I can't find anything downtown, so send it around the east bypass)
**Boca de Pascuales: branch (signed; federal maintenance ends outside the west bypass, and I can't find any signs downtown)
**Cerro de Ortega: branch (signed)
**Boca de Apiza: branch (unsigned; locally maintained)
**El Ranchito: branch (unsigned? locally maintained)
***Zapotán: branch (unsigned? locally maintained)
**El Ticuiz: branch (signed)
**Aquila: branch (signed as MICH blank; locally maintained since 1995)
**Caleta de Campos: gap (obvious route)
**La Soledad: loop (probably unsigned)
**Chiquiapan: loop (probably unsigned)
**El Bejuco/Las Peñas: loop (don't know if it's signed)
**Buenos Aires: gap (obvious route)
**La Orilla: gap (obvious route)
**Sicartsa: branch (signed)
**Lázaro Cárdenas: branch (signed)
**Puerto Industrial Lázaro Cárdenas: branch (where is this? at the south end of 37D?)
**Las Guacamayas: gap (obvious route) and bypass (signed)
**Petacalco: gap (obvious route)
**El Chico: loop (signed, at least in 2009)
**La Unión: branch (signed, at least in 2009)
**Lagunillas: loop (signed, at least in 2009)
**Playa Majahua/Playa Troncones: loop (don't know if it's signed) and branch (signed, at least in 2009, before the bypass at the north end was built)
**Pantla: gap (obvious route) and loop (signed, at least in 2009)
**San José Ixtapa/Ixtapa Zihuatanejo: loop (signed) with gaps (obvious route; also signed via southern bypass of Ixtapa Zihuatanejo)
**Zihuatanejo: gap (obvious route)
**Zihuatanejo-Aeropuerto: branch (signed near east end)
**El Coacoyul: gap (obvious route)
**Aeropuerto de Zihuatanejo: branch (signed)
**San Jeronimito: gap (obvious route)
**Petatlán: gap (obvious route)
**Puerto General Vicente Guerrero: branch (unsigned)
**Nuxco: loop (signed at east end)
**Tenexpa: branch (signed)
**Tecpan de Galeana: gap (obvious route)
**Tetitlán: branch (signed)
**San Jerónimo de Juárez: branch (signed)
**Santa Rosa-Hacienda de Cabañas: branch (signed)
**El Zapote: loop (don't know if it's signed)
**Coyuca de Benitez: gap (obvious route)
**Bajos del Ejido: gap (obvious route)
**Acapulco: gap (westbound traffic to Zihuatanejo is directed via Avenida Ruiz Cortinez and Avenida Constituyentes; I can't find anything useful eastbound; 200 is also signed towards downtown on Avenida Escenica; LRF lists something on Boulevard Solidaridad?)
**Cayaco-Las Horquetas: loop (signed as 200 near west end, but as GRO blank at east end)
***Puerto Marqués: branch (signed)
***Aeropuerto de Acapulco: branch (signed on km posts)
**Tres Palos: gap (obvious route)
**San Pedro las Playas: gap (obvious route)
**San Marcos: gap (obvious route)
**Las Vigas: gap (obvious route)
**Marquelia: gap (obvious route)
**Juchitán: gap (obvious route; loop is signed as 200 at west end but GRO blank at east end)
**Ometepec: branch (signed)
***Ometepec: bypass (don't know how this is signed)
**Cuajinicuilapa: gap (obvious route)
**San José Estancia Grande: gap (obvious route)
**Esc. Sec. Fed. Pinotepa Nacional: branch (where is this?)
**Santiago Pinotepa Nacional: gap (obvious route with one-way pair) and bypass (signed)
**San Andrés Huaxpaltepec: gap (obvious route)
**Santiago Jamiltepec: gap (obvious route) and loop (unsigned)
**San José del Progreso: gap (obvious route)
**Aeropuerto Internacional de Puerto Escondido: branch (unsigned)
**San Pedro Pochutla: bypass (signed as 175 at south end and 200 at north end; only in DV)
**Aeropuerto Internacional de Bahias de Huatulco: branch (signed)
**Santa Cruz Huatulco: branch (unsigned)
**Santiago Astata: gap (obvious route)
**Puerto de Salina Cruz: loop (don't know if it's signed, except at east end, where there's a 90 shield for both this loop and mainline 200)
**Salina Cruz: branch (consistently signed as 90 in the downtown area; don't know how the west end is signed)
**Salina Cruz-Entronque La Ventosa: overlap with 185 (poorly signed if at all)
**Entronque La Ventosa-San Pedro Tapanatepec: overlap with 190 (some signs say 190 and some say 200; 200 in GIS)
**San Pedro Tapanatepec: loop (signed) and branch (signed at south end)
**Chahuites: gap (obvious route) and branch (signed)
**Pesquería La Gloria: branch (signed)
**Arriaga: gap (obvious route) and bypass (signed)
**Tonalá: gap (signed via bypass and through downtown on one-way pair, though the westbound turns are not signed)
**El Paredón: branch (signed both ways from bypass, presumably using one-way pair into downtown, though, as of 2013, signs were still present northbound on the southbound-only street, pointing 200 left and right along Avenida Galeana)
**Puerto Arista: branch (signed)
**Tres Picos: branch (signed)
**Pijijiapan: gap (obvious route)
**Mapastepec: gap (obvious route)
**Acacoyagua: gap (obvious route)
**Escuintla: gap (obvious route)
**Huixtla: gap (obvious route) and bypass (signed; formerly a toll road)
**Huehuetán: gap (obvious route)
**Tapachula: gap (obvious route, though the westbound turns on the one-way pair aren't signed) and bypass (signed)
**Ciudad Hidalgo: branch (signed)
***Metapa de Dominguez: gap (obvious route; also signed on bypass)
***Frontera Hidalgo: gap (obvious route)
***Ciudad Hidalgo: gap (signed into downtown, with traffic to the bridge going via 7 Calle and 7 Avenida; not signed on bypass to international bridge) and bypass (signed)
**Tuxtla Chico: gap (obvious route) and loop (signed)
**Unión Juárez: branch (signed)
***Cacahoatán: gap (signed northbound via bypass as shown in OSM; I can't find any southbound signs)
***Santo Domingo: gap (obvious route)

*203 El Suspiro (186) - El Ceibo
**La Libertad: branch (unsigned; only in LRF (state maintained in DV))
**Tenosique: gap (no route is signed; a bypass is marked as such, probably just south of the railroad)
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Re: Mexico
« Reply #21 on: August 24, 2019, 04:33:29 pm »
*211 Huixtla (200) - Entonque El Jocote (190) (signed as 190 at north end and 200 at south end; don't know if there are any 211 shields)
**Huixtla: gap (signed via Avenida Abasolo)
**Motozintla de Mendoza: gap (blank signed via in-town bypass and business route, but I can't find signs at the turns downtown)
**Mazapa de Madero: gap (obvious route)
**Amantenango de la Frontera: gap (obvious route)
**Comalapa: gap (obvious route; no signs on either route, though GIS shows some of the business route is federally maintained; cities signed via bypass)
**Paso Hondo: gap (obvious route)

*217 San Marcos (186) - Palizada (signed as both 186 and 217; 217 on km posts; 186 south of Jonuta branch in GIS, and completely 186 in DV)
**Jonuta: branch (signed)

*221 Entronque San Francisco (186) - Nuevo Coahuila (branch of 186 in DV and GIS) (don't know if any of the branches are signed)
**Candelaria: gap (obvious route)
**Estado de México/Monclova: branch
**El Mamey: branch
**Pedro Baranda: branch
**Miguel Hidalgo: branch?
**Golondrinas: branch?

*225 Tapachula (200) - Puerto Madero (most signs say 200, but there are some 225 shields)
**Tapachula: gap (signed outbound from south of the railroad, and north of there a few city signs point along the one-way pair, at least south of 8 Calle, which seems to be an older bypass for 200)
**Aeropuerto Internacional de Tapachula: branch (signed as 200)
**Jaritas-Ciudad Hidalgo (200): branch (signed)
***Ciudad Hidalgo: gap (there doesn't seem to be any signage downtown) and bypass (signed as 200 and 225, but km posts have 200)
**Base Naval: branch (signed as 200)
**Las Escolleras: branch (unsigned)
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Re: Mexico
« Reply #22 on: August 24, 2019, 04:33:51 pm »
*259 Entronque Díaz Ordaz (186) - Entronque Sabancuy (180) (186 in DV and GIS, but signed as 259)
**Sabancuy: gap (obvious route)

*261 Francisco Escárcega (186) - Champotón (180) (201 in all sources, but most signs that don't refer to the endpoints at 180 and 186 call it 261; a few signs for 201 exist but they are rare)
**Francisco Escárcega: gap (obvious route)
**Champotón: gap (signed via southern bypass)

*261 Campeche (180) - Progreso
**Campeche: gap (doesn't seem to be signed at all anymore at the 180 bypass, but where else should it begin? GIS shows federal maintenance inside the bypass, but that doesn't match the length in LRF)
**Hopelchén: gap (signed via bypass) and loop (signed as CAMP blank)
**Bolonchén de Rejón: gap (obvious route)
**Santa Elena: gap (obvious route)
**Zona Arqueológica de Uxmal: branch (signed)
**Muna: gap (obvious route) and bypass (signed)
**Yaxcopoil: bypass (signed; the business route isn't signed so well, but there is a sign for it at the north end)
**Xtepen: bypass (signed at both ends)
**Umán: gap (signed as 184 and 261 on via way pair) and bypass (signed as 180 and 261)
**Umán-Mérida: overlap with 180 (partly signed)
**Mérida: gap (signed via northwest side of beltway; also signed south into town from north junction with beltway, but I can't find anything else inside the beltway)
**Progreso-Puerto Yucalpetén: branch (signed on at least one sign, but YUC blank at west end; LRF shows other stuff here, but I don't know exactly where)
**Progreso: gap (signed straight across YUC 07/27 into town, but then where? are there any signs north of YUC 07/27? GIS shows the causeway to the ship terminal is federally maintained)

*281 Mérida - Celestún
**Mérida: gap (signed only outside the beltway)
**Mérida-Tetiz: branch (signed, sometimes erroneously as 261; branch/continuation bypassing Tetiz and Kinchil is also signed as 261/281)
**Caucel: gap (obvious route)
**Ucú: gap (obvious route)
**Hunucmá: gap (signed via the one-way pair shown on OSM and Google)
**Hunucmá-Sisal: branch (signed)
***Hunucmá: gap (signed via the one-way pair shown on Google, which is almost what OSM shows except westbound uses Calle 27 all the way)
**Hunucmá-Texan: branch (signed as YUC blank)
**Tetiz: gap (obvious route)
**Kinchil: gap (signed via one-way pair as shown on OSM)

*293 Lázaro Cárdenas (307) - Polyuc (184)
**Los Divorciados: branch (signed)
**Presidente Juárez: branch (signed as Q. ROO blank)
**Chunhuhub: gap (obvious route)

*295 Río Lagartos - Felipe Carrillo Puerto (184)
**Kikil-Panabá: branch (signed)
**Tizimín: gap (obvious route via one-way pair; bypass is signed for 176 at both ends and 295 at 176)
**Calotmul: gap (obvious route)
**Temozón: gap (obvious route)
**Valladolid: gap (obvious route via one-way pair; bypass is signed only for 180)
**Chichimilá: gap (obvious route)
**Tekom: gap (obvious route)
**Tixcacalcupul: gap (obvious route)
**Tihosuco: gap (obvious route)
**Felipe Carrillo Puerto: gap (signed from 184)

*307 Shupa (199) - La Trinitaria (190)
**Bonampak: branch (signed)
***Bathel-Lacanja: branch (don't know if it's signed)
**Benemérito de las Américas: gap (obvious route)
**Francisco Julián Grajales: gap (obvious route)
**13 de Septiembre: gap (obvious route)
**Maravilla Tenejapa: gap (obvious route)
**Lázaro Cárdenas: gap (obvious route)
**La Trinitaria: gap (obvious route; also signed as CHIS 218 here)

*307 Reforma Agraria (186) - Puerto Juárez (180)
**Bacalar: loop (signed as 307 and Q. ROO blank)
**Felipe Carrillo Puerto: gap (obvious route; also signed via eastern in-town bypass shown on OSM)
**Poblado Tulum: gap (obvious route; at least two signs show 307 on the road between Coba and Boca Paila, but most signs show Q. ROO blank)
**Aeropista de Tulum: branch (signed, as well as across the street to Tulum Ruinas)
**Caleta Xel-Ha: branch (signed)
**Akumal: branch (signed both ways from 307)
**Playa del Carmen: gap? (obvious route; also signed poorly on in-town bypass, using Calle 41 and 115 Avenida)
**Puerto Morelos: branch (signed)
**Aeropuerto de Cancún: branch (signed)
**Cancún: gap (signed from 180)

*Q20 Entronque Huimilpan (QRO 400) - Entronque Santa Rosa Jauregui (57) (not in DV)
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Re: Mexico Federal Routes
« Reply #23 on: August 28, 2019, 04:06:22 pm »
I've renamed the thread since you've opened another one for Select Freeways.

btw: I think it would be better to peer-review a preview system first instead of trying to develop a new system now.

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Re: Mexico Federal Routes
« Reply #24 on: August 28, 2019, 05:24:59 pm »
I've renamed the thread since you've opened another one for Select Freeways.

btw: I think it would be better to peer-review a preview system first instead of trying to develop a new system now.


I think it would be better to work on the system I've already spent a month working on...

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Re: Mexico Federal Routes
« Reply #25 on: August 28, 2019, 07:58:45 pm »
I've renamed the thread since you've opened another one for Select Freeways.

btw: I think it would be better to peer-review a preview system first instead of trying to develop a new system now.


I think it would be better to work on the system I've already spent a month working on...

Yeah, under the circumstances I'd say the ship has sailed. Carry on.


The thing is it seems most people prefer to spend their time drafting systems over peer reviewing them. The result is we have a backlog of preview systems that aren't getting activated since they haven't been reviewed. This one is going to join that queue once it's done...




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Re: Mexico federal routes
« Reply #26 on: August 29, 2019, 10:37:48 am »
btw: I think it would be better to peer-review a preview system first instead of trying to develop a new system now.

I think it would be better to work on the system I've already spent a month working on...

We indicate on the main site that "Highly experienced users can learn how to plot new highway systems". I think that you maximum "have learned the project's structure and highway data rules and guidelines" and "can help greatly by providing review of new highway systems in development".

Your time spent on the new system is not lost since you have documented a lot on the forum and you can also start drafting the files after your first review(s). I've minimum reviewed 2 or 3 large systems before drafting my first system.
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Re: Mexico federal routes
« Reply #27 on: October 05, 2019, 09:38:06 pm »
Because I have nowhere better to put it, here are some designations in Mexico City that seem to be newer than the ejes and appear on only a few signs:
CTO INT: Circuito Bicentenario
PERIF N1: Anillo Periférico (is N2 the upper level?)
RADIAL 3: Calzada de Tlalpan

Also:
http://data.ssp.cdmx.gob.mx/reglamentodetransito/documentos/nuevo_reglamento_transito.pdf pp. 78-79, 99-105
http://data.ssp.cdmx.gob.mx/reglamentodetransito/documentos/mapas/red_vial_primaria.pdf
http://data.ssp.cdmx.gob.mx/reglamentodetransito/documentos/mapas/vias_acceso_controlado.pdf

Eje 1 Sur does not appear to be signed on guide signs; I have found only one mention of it so far.
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