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Re: usaca (California State Highways), preview system
« Reply #300 on: November 13, 2019, 09:15:07 pm »
I-5: make StoDr visible

My problem is that StoDr only has an on-ramp to NB I-5, but no exit from either direction of I-5. Caltrans accordingly has not posted or assigned an exit number. StoDr would be weird on a long all-freeway route where every waypoint label between the Mexico and Oregon borders is an exit number-based interchange number.

A shaping point is needed somewhere in the vicinity of StoDr, so I can't just remove the point. It also doesn't seem part of the CA 1 interchange (waypoint 79) or any other.

More to follow as I recover from my vacation.

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Re: usaca (California State Highways), preview system
« Reply #301 on: November 13, 2019, 10:31:23 pm »
What's wrong with a named point for an interchange with no number? We do the same on I-10 in Florida, where you can turn around at a rest area.

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Re: usaca (California State Highways), preview system
« Reply #302 on: November 14, 2019, 04:12:07 am »
I-5: make StoDr visible

StoDr would be weird on a long all-freeway route where every waypoint label between the Mexico and Oregon borders is an exit number-based interchange number.

I don't think that we should omit the wp for that reason. If you don't like StoDr, you could also call it 79A or 80. There is precedence in other regions.

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Re: usaca (California State Highways), preview system
« Reply #303 on: November 14, 2019, 07:07:18 am »
I-5: make StoDr visible

StoDr would be weird on a long all-freeway route where every waypoint label between the Mexico and Oregon borders is an exit number-based interchange number.

I don't think that we should omit the wp for that reason. If you don't like StoDr, you could also call it 79A or 80. There is precedence in other regions.

Based on what rickmastfan67 did with I-4 and mapmikey did previously with I-495, I would go with StoDr.  I will note that I did not check to see if it was in the footprint of another interchange in which the one point per interchange rule may apply.

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Re: usaca (California State Highways), preview system
« Reply #304 on: November 14, 2019, 07:49:53 am »
I will note that I did not check to see if it was in the footprint of another interchange in which the one point per interchange rule may apply.

No, far away: http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=33.473885&lon=-117.674737

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« Reply #305 on: November 16, 2019, 05:47:57 am »
Based on what rickmastfan67 did with I-4

Only did it that way because of it being for the 'future' I-4 Express lanes (and what signage posted ATM lists no number), but was partially opened as a detour route for 75B ramps that were being re-configured.  Plus it will be a 'full' interchange with a road that's completely separate from 75B.

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Re: usaca (California State Highways), preview system
« Reply #306 on: November 22, 2019, 05:18:50 am »
NJ I-80 also semi-recently went to named labels instead of "fake" numbers for a few points near its W end.

StoDr would be weird on a long all-freeway route where every waypoint label between the Mexico and Oregon borders is an exit number-based interchange number.
I definitely sympathize with this though. Made me grit my teeth a bit when I did it...

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Re: usaca (California State Highways), preview system
« Reply #307 on: November 30, 2019, 10:18:53 am »
49hissan: CemAve -> NeiSt
49hissan: HowRd is a private driveway

HowRd will be deleted. No need to replace it with a shaping or other point.

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58busbor: the west end is at exit 196, so CA58(193) and GepRd get deleted and BorRd -> 20MuleRd_W

West end is clear enough, and will be changed. East end is more of a puzzle, now that CA 58 (including the part that connected with the business route) has been relocated as part of the just-opened Kramer Junction bypass project. The now-bypassed old connection was signed from what is now Old Highway 58, but May 2019 GMSV (before completion of the Kramer Junction bypass) doesn't show a new east end at CA58(199), or at US 395 in Kramer Junction. Or Caltrans could just effectively decommission the Boron business route by removing its signage at CA58(196).

I've posted a query at the AARoads forum, maybe someone has driven through Boron since the bypass opened and noticed a signage change at CA58(199). Otherwise, I'll leave the east end of the business route dangling at Old Highway 58 for now, until we find out more about how the Kramer Junction project collaterally affects the business route.

I'll make the above changes, as well as edits to the CA 58 and US 395 route files for the new Kramer Junction bypass.

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Re: usaca (California State Highways), preview system
« Reply #308 on: November 30, 2019, 12:10:54 pm »
CA49: BroWay -> Bro, or delete