Author Topic: ENG: A329 wp name in Reading + A409 wp name in Harrow + A4/A4044 in Bristol  (Read 1352 times)

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« Last Edit: November 29, 2019, 01:53:22 pm by michih »

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http://travelmapping.net/hb/?r=eng.a0329&lat=51.434641&lon=-0.872598&zoom=15

A3290 -> B3270

The A329M wp is also called B3270.
Signed unambiguously as part of the A3290 here and here. Mapped as such on OS mapping. Have extended A3290 and truncated B3270 between the two points.

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Ok.

A new issue: I walked some streets north of Tower Bridge today and A11 wp of A1211 does not meet A11's A1211 wp. I think that the A11 wp of route A1211 is fine (and it's where I need a wp).

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Re: ENG: B466 point requests
« Reply #3 on: December 02, 2019, 04:15:08 pm »
Point requests:

I walked along B466 from West Ruislip station to Glebe Avenue heading to Ickenham station. At both positions are no wps. Would be nice... :)

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Re: ENG: AirWay -> M23 ?
« Reply #4 on: December 02, 2019, 04:31:07 pm »
:)

Should the eastern segment of Airport Way, Gatwick be a M23 spur? It's signed as motorway M23 according to 2019 GSV, GM and OSM. But it was already signed this way 10 years ago.

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A new issue: I walked some streets north of Tower Bridge today and A11 wp of A1211 does not meet A11's A1211 wp.
Already fixed earlier today.
I walked along B466 from West Ruislip station to Glebe Avenue heading to Ickenham station. At both positions are no wps. Would be nice... :)
Go on then. I didn't bother adding them for me, but...

GleAve and WRuiSta.
It's signed as motorway M23
Only towards the M23 (and A23 towards the A23). Needs to be signed away to count as a spur.

Driver location signs before the works treated it as slip roads, rather than a spur.

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Thanks. I just wanted to be sure that I'll really clinch the system tomorrow :) Nevertheless, I think I will also drive the Airport Way :D

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A1203's wp A100 should be A100/A1210.

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Re: ENG: E15 routing?
« Reply #8 on: December 03, 2019, 01:35:52 pm »
E15 ends at Dover ferry terminal in England but restarts at the Folkstone - Calais tunnel in France. I think that one end must be wrong. The French route is signed.....

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Re: ENG: E15 routing?
« Reply #9 on: December 03, 2019, 04:23:50 pm »
I think that one end must be wrong.
Why must it be that way?

From the UNECE Agreement:
E 15 Inverness – Perth – Edinburgh – Newcastle – Scotch-Corner – Doncaster – London – Folkestone – Dover ... Calais – Paris – Lyon – Orange – Narbonne – Gerona – Barcelona – Tarragona – Castellón de la Plana – Valencia – Alicante – Murcia – Algeciras

The English Chunnel Terminal is at Folkestone, a place where, as defined in the Agreement, the E15 explicitly continues beyond to Dover.

The '...' is not a guarantee of a crossing (and many don't exist in any form), as it is an agreement about roads not about sea crossings, so the French signing E15 to the Calais Chunnel Terminal is perfectly acceptable.

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Re: ENG: E15 routing?
« Reply #10 on: December 03, 2019, 07:14:43 pm »
Is it just me or does the E15 have a separate truck route at the French Chunnel terminal?

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Re: ENG: E15 routing?
« Reply #11 on: December 04, 2019, 11:11:50 am »
Is it just me or does the E15 have a separate truck route at the French Chunnel terminal?

So what? It's also quite common at ferry terminals and border crossings.

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Re: ENG: A329 wp name in Reading + A409 wp name in Harrow + A4/A4044 in Bristol
« Reply #12 on: December 04, 2019, 12:49:27 pm »
All my questions are answered and I think that all relevant issues should be addressed, aren't they? @Si. can we mark the topic solved?