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Offline Bickendan

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NV: NV140
« on: May 10, 2022, 10:40:35 pm »
Found out that NV 140 (and 292)'s 0 point is at US 95, not at the Nevada/Oregon border.
Technically, NV 140's points should be reversed and OR/NV -> NV/OR, but as OR 140's 4* zero points are all at their western end, I recommend No Build for this to keep the MSR and the border point consistent.

*OR 39 has zero point 3 in K Falls on ORH 20; used to be 140's before the southern bypass was built.

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Re: NV: NV140
« Reply #1 on: May 12, 2022, 10:42:18 pm »
I, too, agree with leaving this alone. I normally would follow the milepost order, but this is an exception.

In Saskatchewan, all the major cross-province routes are logged starting at the Manitoba border, and the province's only exit numbers (all in the Regina area) run east to west accordingly. Following that would prevent us from treating both of Canada's main TCH routes as connected routes. So I didn't.