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Great Britain B Roads (gbnb)
« on: September 23, 2019, 02:46:20 am »
The system is in preview for almost six months now and Si has indicated it being ready for review. The system covers more than 18,000 miles and I've agreed with panda80 that we'll review it together. We'll likely start the peer-review by the end of the year.

ENG reviewer: michih (11,800mi)
SCT reviewer: panda80 (4,400mi)
WLS reviewer: panda80 (1,700mi)

I think that the source is this: https://www.sabre-roads.org.uk/wiki/index.php?title=Category:B_Roads (note: it's only indicates as A roads source on credits.php)

Anyone is welcome to post additional remarks to the system here.

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Re: Great Britain B Roads (gbnb)
« Reply #1 on: October 22, 2019, 04:42:17 am »
B104:
SNChuSt_W -> SNCSt_W ?


B106:
A109 is off


B113:
Correspondig wp to A102's PonSt


B118:
A107_S is off


B125:
A12 -> A12/A102


B142:
A12 -> A12/A102


B148:
Correspondig wp to A127's HighSt

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Re: Great Britain B Roads (gbnb)
« Reply #2 on: October 22, 2019, 06:21:35 am »
B104:
SNChuSt_W -> SNCSt_W ?
I'm going to say no. The 'SN' is only there as there was not allowed to be two road names the same in the County of London (that became defunct in 1964) and is merely the 'Stoke Newington' place descriptor of 'Church Street'. This is in alignment with the manual's example of "Martin Luther King Boulevard becomes MLKingBlvd".

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B125:
A12 -> A12/A102


B142:
A12 -> A12/A102
Given this sign on the A102 was going to be the mostly likely end of the concurrency split to show the A102 (much more important south of the A12 than north of it), but it doesn't actually have it, I have split the A102 instead.

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Re: Great Britain B Roads (gbnb)
« Reply #3 on: October 22, 2019, 02:44:17 pm »
You 'have split the A102 instead'? Not sure that I get you right. It's concurrent to A12 here, it's not split. Do you wanna split A102 now?


B155:
A109/A1080 is off


B158:
A414 -> A119/A414


B159:
A112 wp is interesting. There are two branches and you've put the end point to the one which is one-way only. It seems that both are dedicated. Shouldn't we move the wp to a position between both of them, still on A112 route, like A193 on B143? Or into the triangle (I don't like it)? At least, the end point of the northern branch would be better than the southern one.
I'd like to know how we wanna deal with this before I continue the peer-review. Thanks.

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Re: Great Britain B Roads (gbnb)
« Reply #4 on: October 22, 2019, 05:23:28 pm »
You 'have split the A102 instead'? Not sure that I get you right. It's concurrent to A12 here, it's not split. Do you wanna split A102 now?
I've split the A102 - one bit north of the A12, one bit south. They function as two different roads and, since the A12 'uselessly' extended along the former motorway section of A102, might as well be different roads. I'd only kept them together as I assumed that the A102 was signed at Hackney Wick down the A12 like 'Blackwall Tunnels (A102)'. The concurrency changes dominant routes too - the A106 (from the A12 northbound at Hackney Wick, it's signed as (A102) - ie not the A102) as well as the A12 are the dominant routes - which is something that, when I find, I break a route up if I've not already - unless I find exceptional circumstances, like the concurrency being signed (eg The A10 around Cambridge).

Should point out - joined up along the A12 the route is 6.82 miles. The northern section is 1.02 miles, the southern section 3.00 miles. So 41% of the route is concurrency on a unsplit route.
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B159:
A112 wp is interesting. There are two branches and you've put the end point to the one which is one-way only. It seems that both are dedicated. Shouldn't we move the wp to a position between both of them, still on A112 route, like A193 on B143? Or into the triangle (I don't like it)? At least, the end point of the northern branch would be better than the southern one.
Moved it to the northern one, which is two-way. Treating the one-way spur as a slip lane.

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Re: Great Britain B Roads (gbnb)
« Reply #5 on: October 31, 2019, 10:24:03 am »
Remaining 100s:

B161:
Until early 2018 it began on the A112 Leyton High Road, heading southeast along Francis Road to reach Warren Road. This section has now been declassified and partly pedestrianised.


B165:
Split B167 wp


B169:
Move A112 to the center of the roundabout
A110 is off


B173:
Move A113 to the center of the roundabout


B174:
A12 -> A12/A125


B177:
A12 is a little bit off


B179:
A112 -> A112/A406


B180:
B181 is off
B1004 is off


B183:
HamRd -> BroSt


B184:
A113/A114 -> A128/A414
A11 -> A11/A1301
B1051_W is off
B1051_E is off


B188:
RorRd -> RowRd


B197:
A1000 -> A1000_anything
A602 -> ToA602 or Monkswood Way

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Re: Great Britain B Roads (gbnb)
« Reply #6 on: October 31, 2019, 10:24:43 am »
200s

B209:
A2211 -> A206


B213:
A2016 is off


B219:
A2214/A2215 is off


B222:
A215/A2214 is off but I agree that it should be just one wp


B226:
A2218 -> A2212


B229:
A3 -> A3/A205


B230:
A222 is off
New wp @ http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=51.408807&lon=-0.025122


B234:
A5 -> A5/A205


B243:
Does not exist between A222 and A232, split route


B256:
A226 -> A226_W


B258:
WadRd -> WalRd


B263:
Split A222 wp?


B266:
A212 is off


B269:
PilLn is off
B270 is off, should be in the center of the triangle


B270:
A22 is off
New wp @ http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=51.310109&lon=-0.077867 for corresponding WesRd
WesRd -> WesRd_E


B271:
A237 is off


B272:
New wp @ http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=51.386151&lon=-0.139968 for corresponding A23 wp FarRd
New wp @ http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=51.352738&lon=-0.137436 for corresponding B271_E wp
A236 is off
A2022 is off


B274:
A212 is off


B278:
WryGrn -> WryGreRd


B288:
A2022_E is off

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Re: Great Britain B Roads (gbnb)
« Reply #7 on: October 31, 2019, 10:25:05 am »
300s

B304:
I'd consider A3218 as being off


B306:
B349 is off
A219 -> A219/A308


B311:
Move A319/A322 to the center of the roundabout
New wp @ http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=51.322407&lon=-0.721453 for corresponding OldBisRd wp @ B3015


B326:
Needs an own wp @ A202, split off from A202/A3213 wp


B349:
A306 is off


B350:
A3003 is off


B351:
Move SheGate to the junction with Fife Road


B353:
A307_S is off


B358:
A313 is off
A309_S -> CheAve


B369:
A3050 is off


B375:
What's about the second branch in Chertsey, new route?


B382:
Move A245 to the center of the roundabout


B383:
Split A329 into 2 wps ?


B386:
UpdHill -> UpdHill_S


B389:
StoRd -> StrRd

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Re: Great Britain B Roads (gbnb)
« Reply #8 on: October 31, 2019, 10:25:29 am »
400s

B401:
A40/A401 -> A401


B413:
WarAve -> WarAve_S


B416:
A4/A412 -> A4/A332


B425:
B4102 -> B4025/B4102, it's a point in use


B430:
A34 is a little bit off


B439:
A46 -> A46/A435


B453:
Move A407 to the center of the roundabout


B454:
A315/A310 -> A310/A315


B462:
I'd split the A411/A4008 off


B466:
I'd move A40/A437 wp to the main carriageways of A40


B470:
B3022 is a little bit off


B471:
A329 is a little bit off


B474:
A404 is off, should be the eastern roundabout


B477:
Split A4/A3032 or move the wp between the junctions


B480:
A4130 is off


B481:
I'd consider A4155 being off
Move A4130_E to the center of the roundabout


B482:
A4155 is off
TheRow is off


B489:
A41 is off

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Re: Great Britain B Roads (gbnb)
« Reply #9 on: October 31, 2019, 10:25:51 am »
500s

B518:
Exceeds limits b/n B517 and A400


B519:
ToA1 -> NorRd


B526:
A45/A508 -> A43/A45


B530:
SteRd is off (and concurrent A5120)
A5134/A5141 is off
Is the concurrency with A5120 signed? Split route into two?


B531:
A421/A428 -> A6/A421
A5141 is far off, should be at Britania Road. The current position should be a normal wp of A5141


B552:
A5109_W is off


B556:
StAlbRd_S is off


B560:
A428 -> A6/A428


B569:
A5001 is off
A509 is off


B573:
A45(11) is off
A45(13) -> A45/A509


B573ear:
A45 is off


B581:
A47 is off
A536 -> A526

B582:
A426_N is off
A5199_S is off
GarRd_E is off


B585:
Move A511 to the center of the roundabout


B586:
Move A514 to the center of the roundabout


B587:
Exceeds limits b/n NotRd_N and AshRd
A514 is off


B591:
New wp @ http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=52.712095&lon=-1.288681 heading to A50 i/c

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Re: Great Britain B Roads (gbnb)
« Reply #10 on: October 31, 2019, 10:26:16 am »
600s

B600:
A608_S is off
A608_N is off


B645:
A1 is off


B653:
Lem -> LemVil
Move B652_W to the center of the roundaboug


B655:
Move A505 to the center of the roundabout
HighSt -> CodRd ?

B658:
A600 is off
Move HitRd to the center of the roundabout


B659:
A600 is off


B664:
A427 is off
ValRd -> VlyRd ?


B667:
A47 is off


B668:
Move A606 to the center of the roundabout


B669:
Extends at north end according to https://www.sabre-roads.org.uk/wiki/index.php?title=B669 + OSM
A14 -> A6/A14


B672:
StaRd -> SeaRd
Split off A47 wp ?
A47 -> A47/A6121


B676:
Sho -> ShoLn (concurrent A6006 too)
SaxRd is off (concurrent A6006 too)
Move A1 to the overpass ? for instance, A14 wp 26 where B1040 intersects is similar and at the overpass


B679:
New wp for A52 ramp


B684:
Extends at south end

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Re: Great Britain B Roads (gbnb)
« Reply #11 on: October 31, 2019, 10:26:52 am »
1000s

B1002:
A12(12) -> A12/A1023
A12(15) -> A12/A414


B1004:
AldRd -> AlbRd


B1007:
DowRd is off
A13 -> A13/A1013
A176_S wp needs to be added to A176
New wp @ http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=51.557133&lon=0.422343 to match B1036's FloWay wp


B1009:
BadRd_E is off


B1010:
B1018_W is off


B1012:
New wp @ http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=51.651412&lon=0.623410


B1013:
WhiRd -> ComWay


B1018:
Split B1389 into two wps


B1019:
New wp @ http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=51.759961&lon=0.633130 to match B1018's HatRd wp


B1021:
B1018_E -> BurRd_N


B1024:
+X713286 is off
A1124 is off


B1025:
AbbRd is off


B1026:
Exceeds limits b/n +X837948 and MalRd


B1029:
A133 is off
VicPl -> QueSt or anything else
Does it extend to the south and meet the route at LowParkRd again?


B1032:
A133 is off
B1033 is off


B1033:
ElmTreeAve is off


B1035:
SwaRd -> SwanRd
PilHallLn is off


B1038:
LonRd -> StaRd
Split B1368 into 2 wps
B1383 is off


B1039:
B1368 is off


B1040:
Exceeds limits b/n A6001 and B1042_W


B1040:
Split B1046 into 2 wps - my rule of thumb is that one wp is fine when the junctions are "overlapping" - the "asphalt triangles" of the junctions 8)
ChuSt, isn't it a branch of B1040?
MeaRd -> MeaLn
B1096 is off
+X717006 is off
A14 -> A14/A1096

B1043Sti:
A14 is off
A1M(15a) is off route
A1M(15) is... fine


B1044:
Check route through Huntingdon, it's via Edison Bell Way
A14 -> A14/A1198


B1046:
A1198 is off


B1049:
+X962759 is off
A1123 is off
A14 -> A10/A14


B1050:
A14 is off
A1123_W is off


B1052:
Split A1307 into 2 wps!
B1061 is off


B1053:
ParLn -> PanLn
A131 is off


B1061:
A1017 is off


B1063:
Move A143 between both junctions (or even split the wp)
Move A142/A1304 to the center of the roundabout
OSM and Sabre have a different road at west end


B1065:
B1066 is off
A143 is off


B1068:
SanLn is off
A134 is off
B1122 is off
B1122 -> B1119/B1122


B1070:
BriSt is indicated being a branch on OSM and Sabre


B1076:
A1156 -> A1071/A1156


B1077:
A1156 -> A1071/A1156
A1120_E is off
A1120_W is off
Move B1132_E to the center of the roundabout (but there is no B1132)
Move A1066_W to the center of the roundabout
B1132_W is off (but there is no B1132)
DeeLn is off
DeeLn -> DoeLn
HarRd is off


B1078:
A14 -> A14/A140


B1079:
+X543816 is off


B1081:
A1175_W is off


B1093:
WypeRd is off
CockBank is off
A141_S is off


B1094:
A1101 is off


B1095:
+X224430 is off


B1098:
LanHillDr -> LanHillDro (or is Drove also Dr? If so, B660 ShoDro must be renamed to ShoDr)
A142 is off

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Re: Great Britain B Roads (gbnb)
« Reply #12 on: October 31, 2019, 12:48:43 pm »
B243:
Does not exist between A222 and A232, split route
Article doesn't suggest that at all - OSM (wrongly) does. However, as it's concurrent with 3 A roads in-between A222 and A212, so splitting anyway.

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Re: Great Britain B Roads (gbnb)
« Reply #13 on: October 31, 2019, 01:01:16 pm »
B243:
Does not exist between A222 and A232, split route
Article doesn't suggest that at all - OSM (wrongly) does. However, as it's concurrent with 3 A roads in-between A222 and A212, so splitting anyway.

Yes, sorry. I misread the A2039 thing first. Then, I was not sure and thought it's better to let you check it than ignoring it :)

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Re: Great Britain B Roads (gbnb)
« Reply #14 on: October 31, 2019, 01:12:59 pm »
B351:
Move SheGate to the junction with Fife Road
It's arguably less than the width of the road, but no. The gate is where the route disappears, not the junction with the minor road.
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B375:
What's about the second branch in Chertsey, new route?
Unsigned spurs don't get added.
« Last Edit: October 31, 2019, 01:19:43 pm by si404 »