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Re: Guatemala: gtmrn, gtmsf, naca
« Reply #2 on: May 23, 2024, 03:43:09 am »
That bypass is officially 14A, so that's what I've mapped it as.

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Re: Guatemala: gtmrn, gtmsf, naca
« Reply #3 on: May 23, 2024, 10:30:42 pm »
I had noticed that after I posted. Any chance of turning the shaping point (on 14A) at Calle de Tetuan into a visible point? OSM shows it as RD SAC-19.

I am also surprised that RN10 doesn't bypass Antigua to the east and south.

I haven't noticed anything else from my travels, but I can start taking a look at the posted references.

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Re: Guatemala: gtmrn, gtmsf, naca
« Reply #4 on: May 24, 2024, 12:10:38 am »
I had noticed that after I posted. Any chance of turning the shaping point (on 14A) at Calle de Tetuan into a visible point? OSM shows it as RD SAC-19.
Turns out it's in the 2022 log, so added points on 14 and 14A.

I am also surprised that RN10 doesn't bypass Antigua to the east and south.
I was a bit surprised too, but it doesn't seem to be a great quality bypass, including the one-way connections at each end.