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Re: Operation Arkansas Cleanup
« Reply #15 on: November 27, 2017, 03:50:40 am »
Up-D*te #14
https://github.com/TravelMapping/HighwayData/pull/1739

shaping, labels, missing / extraneous, positioning

usansf review: 151 440
AR440: US67/167 +-> 13

3DI review: 430 440 530 540 555 630
I-530:
1 10    US65 US167
10 39   US65

   34   US270
   35   US65BusPin

39 43   US65 US79
43 46   US63 US65 US79
I-555:
7 18 35      US63
42 42A 44    US49 US63


I-49Tex: 24, 26   no Intersecting/Concurrent Routes

2DIs: 30 40 49 55
I-30:
TX/AR 98   solo
   3       I-49Tex
   12      US67
   30      US278
   44      US371
98 99      US270
   98      US270BusMal

99 111     solo
111 138    update #6
138 141B   US65 US67 US70 US167
    139B   I-630
    141B   US70BusLit
141B 143   US65 US67 US167

    143    I-40
I-40:
OK/AR 5     solo
7 13        US71
  7         I-540
  13        US71BusFor
+x16 *124A  solo
   55       US64
   64       US64

(125)       US65 US65BusCon
(127)       US64 US65
(129)       US65 US65BusCon
132 153A    US65
    147     I-430
(153B)

154 155     US67 US167
156 +x188   solo
    159     I-440 AR440
193 +x263   US63
    216     US49
265 276     US63 US79
I-55 & pals
solo to AR/TN

I-49:
20 61   solo
61 93   update #4
I-55:
TN/AR 3      US61 US64 US70 US79
3 279B(40)   US61 US64 US79
279B(40) 8   I-40 US61 US64 US79
8 10         US61 US63 US64
10 23        US61 US63
   23        I-555
23 AR/MO     solo
   63        US61


Upload:
USANSF: 440
USAI: 30 40 49Tex 49 55 440 530 540 555
USAUS: 49 61 63 64 65 67 70 71 79 167 270 278 371
USAUSB: 65BusCon 70BusLit 71BusFor 270BusMal

Checked off Master List:
30 40 49 55

DataCheck
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Re: Operation Arkansas Cleanup
« Reply #16 on: November 27, 2017, 03:50:49 am »
« Last Edit: December 02, 2017, 06:57:07 pm by yakra »

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Re: Operation Arkansas Cleanup
« Reply #17 on: November 27, 2017, 03:51:37 am »
« Last Edit: December 03, 2017, 10:57:00 am by yakra »

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Re: Operation Arkansas Cleanup
« Reply #18 on: November 27, 2017, 04:06:35 am »
SECTN letter suffixes
from ROAD_INVENTORY_AHTD.shp.xml
https://github.com/TravelMapping/HighwayData/pull/1744

A - Alternate Route
Used only when two business routes exist on same route
No "Alt" found in any primary label

B - Business Route
Primary business route
ar.us064   AR9Bus --> AR9B
ar.us067   AR29Bus_S --> AR29B_S
ar.us067   AR29Bus_N +-> AR29B_N
ar.us070   AR1Bus +-> AR1B
ar.us079   AR98Bus --> AR98B
ar.us278   AR27Bus --> AR27B
ar.us064busaug   AR33Bus_S +-> AR33B_S
ar.us278bushop   AR29Bus_S --> AR29B_S
ar.us278bushop   AR29Bus_N +-> AR29B_N


C - City Route
Seldom used often signed as a Bus. Route
ar.us412bushun   AR23Cit --> HarSt

E - East
Seldom used indicated direction of alternate route

N - North
Seldom used indicated direction of alternate route

P - Projected
Used only for projected routes that are planned but not built

S - Spur
Spur Route usually does not junction with another SH
ar.us049   AR39Spr --> AR39S
ar.us064   AR367Spr --> AR367S
ar.us067   AR26Spr --> AR26S
ar.us067   AR367Spr --> AR367S
ar.us070   AR89Spr --> AR89 (replaced with mainline AR89 between 2013 & 2015)
ar.us071   AR10Spr +-> AR10S
ar.us165   AR146Spr +-> AR146S
ar.us167   AR367Spr --> AR367S
ar.us167   AR14Spr/230 --> AR14S/230
ar.us412   AR16Spr --> AR16S
ar.us425   AR83Spr --> AR83S
ar.us425   AR11Spr --> AR11S
ar.us070bushot   AR7Spr +-> AR7S
ar.us167buseld   AR7Spr --. AR7S


S - South
Seldom used indicated direction of alternate route

T - Truck Route
Seldom used indicates truck route
ar.us064   AR7Trk --> AR7T
ar.us082   AR133Trk +-> AR133T


W - West
Seldom used indicated direction of alternate route

X - One-way Couplet
Part of a one-way couplet usually anti-log direction

Y - Y leg
Y leg of a route
ar.us067   AR176Spr --> AR176Y
ar.us167   AR176Spr --> AR176Y


L - Loop
Used for projected routes only
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Re: Operation Arkansas Cleanup
« Reply #19 on: December 03, 2017, 03:15:48 pm »
And THAT, I think, just about wraps it up for Operation Arkansas Cleanup.
Some final notes...

Banners vs. suffixes:
Routes (EG, business, truck, spur) that may be signed as bannered routes in other jurisdictions are signed with a letter suffix in Arkansas. A small minority of routes did have banner plates above the shields, but even these, as in all cases, contained a letter suffix after the route number in the shield.
Thus I standardized state highway waypoint labels to use letter suffixes instead of banners.
The only exception was, I left AR US412BusHun AR23Cit as-is -- it's signed for vanilla AR23 at its north end, and TO AR74 at its south end. Thus, I didn't see any example of a route signed with a 'C' for City suffix in the field. I'm open to changing this.
There may be other state highway City routes I've not come across on my cleanup of the US routes etc. I'll search thru the shapefiles and see what I can come up with, if there's anything I can check out in GMSV.

High-numbered routes:
I didn't do another pass to add in high-numbered routes, such as the signed AR9xx routes mapcat & I discussed via PM. I figure this task would be more easily handled as part of usaar development.

Odd Y legs:
For example, AR US165 AR1_S in Back Gate officially connects to AR1Y; AR1 proper is the east-west leg that connects here. However, AR1Y is not signed as such: at the south end there's just signage for each direction of US165; at the north end there's signage for vanilla AR1, which is the more sensible route for thru traffic to take. (Looking at satellite view, the left turn onto actual-AR1-proper isn't even all that feasible...) As this is what thru travelers following signs for AR1 would be doing, I just went with the "no-build" option here. So yeah, however you may wanna handle this when the time for usaar comes...
ISTR there may have been another case where I did something similar, but I can't remember where/what it was.
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Re: Operation Arkansas Cleanup
« Reply #20 on: December 04, 2017, 01:36:09 am »
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The only exception was, I left AR US412BusHun AR23Cit as-is -- it's signed for vanilla AR23 at its north end, and TO AR74 at its south end.
A few hours after posting that I remembered that as an unsigned route, it shouldn't get a numbered route label anyway, just a local street label. Derp.
HarSt it is...

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There may be other state highway City routes I've not come across on my cleanup of the US routes etc. I'll search thru the shapefiles and see what I can come up with, if there's anything I can check out in GMSV.
I went ahead & searched the shapefiles anyway, finding 12 'C' routes. The majority were US Business routes, and a couplefew are signed in the field as 'B' routes, including the AR33B in Augusta that got relabeled two posts back.

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Thus, I didn't see any example of a route signed with a 'C' for City suffix in the field.
...and I still didn't. It's safe to say they probably don't exist in-the-field, despite what AHTD's shapefiles or county/city maps have to say.

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Some more final notes: edits I haven't made yet, pending verification that signage has changed in the field:
• Most significantly, the extension of I-555
• Items in red text in this post
• I-57 -- AASHTO approved it as a full-on interstate, IIRC. I was waiting on confirmation of signage before adding it. A photo circulated on the Internet a while back of a Future I-57 sign being fabricated in AHTD's sign shop. No reports of it being spotted in the wild yet. This may complicate things... Sections of US64, US67, and US167 will need to get I-57(##) style labels once I-57 or I-57Fut is added. IMO, I think I-57(##) labels are acceptable with a Future Interstate, as opposed to I-57Fut(##) or such. (I think I saw this done somewhere once upon a time, then later relabeled upon promotion to full Interstate, with a few retained as AltLabels.)
  - No need to make another pass thru & edit labels, potentially leaving behind a bunch of AltLabel clutter
  - It's intuitive what they mean
  - Shorter labels, shorter character count, in a well-known label format

mapcat, shall I hand Arkansas over to you now?
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Re: Operation Arkansas Cleanup
« Reply #21 on: December 04, 2017, 10:18:55 am »
Thanks...I never wished to take possession of Arkansas, but will be happy to start drafting usaar after the semester ends next week. Judging from its size and a busier work schedule next year, I suspect this will take about 6 months, so don't expect a lot to happen very soon.
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Re: Operation Arkansas Cleanup
« Reply #22 on: December 04, 2017, 12:06:54 pm »
Would it make sense for you to maintain AR while developing USAAR, and then have AR revert back to me afterwards?

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Re: Operation Arkansas Cleanup
« Reply #23 on: December 04, 2017, 12:48:13 pm »
Sure, that would prevent some potential issues.
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Re: Operation Arkansas Cleanup
« Reply #24 on: December 04, 2017, 01:44:20 pm »
OK. I'll leave you to claim it when ready.
If I think any changes need to be made in the meantime, I'll post about them.

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Re: Operation Arkansas Cleanup
« Reply #25 on: May 22, 2018, 08:04:43 am »
Since there isn't an official 'usaar' thread yet, I thought I'd quickly post this in here.

AR-612 opened back on 04/30/18.  Needs points on AR-112 & I-49/US-62/US-71.  I just spent a little time (was board), and got it added properly into OSM.
https://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/8318009

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Re: Operation Arkansas Cleanup
« Reply #26 on: May 22, 2018, 10:09:16 pm »
Thanks for adding it to OSM. I’ll make the changes to the existing files when I draft the new route, probably sometime in June.
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