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Re: AASHTO approvals Spring 2019
« Reply #15 on: June 22, 2019, 04:41:53 pm »
I pulled a KS US40 and undid the relocation of TX US90 around Beaumont. Included an updates entry, as the changes have been in place for > 2 years.
•  One AltLabel retained, to preserve chaddean's travels.
•  A line in codyg1985.list was broken, but he's still fine due to an I-10 concurrency.
Also removed US175BusPoy. Here, I just deleted the updates entry, and modified the one for US175 proper, as the changes have only been here a couple weeks, with only Duke87 claiming travels so far. It never existed! :)

I'll watch out for signage, and re-add the route when I confirm.
I'll be more cautious about similar edits in the future.

https://github.com/TravelMapping/HighwayData/pull/2935
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Re: AASHTO approvals Spring 2019
« Reply #16 on: June 23, 2019, 04:22:38 pm »
Highway63 sent me a substantial batch of changes related to this.  Any volunteers to take his files and get them into GitHub with proper CSV changes and updates entries?  I can email you his zip file.  Thanks.

I'm taking care of these today, and just committed and pushed.  I wouldn't mind someone checking out the diffs of my commit as a sanity check. 

https://github.com/TravelMapping/HighwayData/commit/51cedcb095481615911d2745fba787fb8c9895bd

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Re: AASHTO approvals Spring 2019
« Reply #17 on: November 19, 2020, 09:10:05 pm »
Stanton St, two-way? Uhh, no!

I've just checked out every block of Stanton in GMSV, in every year available, and it's clearly a two-way.
Why in tarnation did I say that? Yet...

Quote from: oscar on AARoads
In 2017, ... Stanton St. was definitely one-way southbound
Mandela Effect?

Anyway... I did some more looking around and found several signs I missed before, though not all that much has changed in years; these signs have been around a long time. None of this convinces me to move the routes yet. Most critically, there no shields directing SB traffic onto Stanton, or for traffic on NB Stanton at Paisano.
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Re: AASHTO approvals Spring 2019
« Reply #18 on: February 16, 2021, 01:16:31 pm »
The Monticello Bypass in AR was done via this thread.

I-55BL (Springfield, IL), US 30 (IA), US 52(IA), I-94BL (Kalamazoo, MI), US 131 BUS (Kalamazoo, MI), US 61 (MO), US 61 BUS (Kelso, MO), the deletions of US 65 BUS (Carrollton and Trenton, MO), and US 67 BUS (Cherokee Pass, MO) have been done as well.  So all IL, IA, MI, and MO changes are in the HB.

I do not understand why I-49 has not been fully signed along I-20 and I-220.  Right now it is all just "TO I-49" shields both NB and SB
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Re: AASHTO approvals Spring 2019
« Reply #19 on: February 17, 2021, 12:58:05 pm »
I do not understand why I-49 has not been fully signed along I-20 and I-220.  Right now it is all just "TO I-49" shields both NB and SB
I've never understood why they requested it in the first place given that they're building a new urban freeway in Shreveport for that connection.  Maybe they realized they would just have to re-route it later when they finished building I-49 proper and decided not to sign it.
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Re: AASHTO approvals Spring 2019
« Reply #20 on: February 17, 2021, 02:15:46 pm »
I do not understand why I-49 has not been fully signed along I-20 and I-220.  Right now it is all just "TO I-49" shields both NB and SB
I've never understood why they requested it in the first place given that they're building a new urban freeway in Shreveport for that connection.  Maybe they realized they would just have to re-route it later when they finished building I-49 proper and decided not to sign it.

They probably requested it because of the funding issues that they are having with the project.  I did find a news article from June 11, 2020, on it (behind a paywall).