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Offline Duke87

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Re: Australia
« Reply #195 on: August 14, 2022, 12:22:40 am »
AUS-TAS B31: OK

AUS-TAS B32: OK

AUS-TAS B33: OK

AUS-TAS B34:
- KanRd -> KalRd

AUS-TAS B35: OK

AUS-TAS B36: OK

AUS-TAS B37:
- B37_N -> A9_N
- B37_S -> A9_S

AUS-TAS B41: OK

AUS-TAS B42: OK

AUS-TAS B43: OK

AUS-TAS B51: OK

AUS-TAS B52: OK

AUS-TAS B53: OK

AUS-TAS B54: OK

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Re: Australia
« Reply #196 on: September 25, 2022, 05:22:29 pm »
AUS-TAS B61: OK

AUS-TAS B62: OK

AUS-TAS B64: OK

AUS-TAS B66:
- JackDwyRd -> JackDwyDr

AUS-TAS B68: OK

AUS-TAS B68Kin: OK

AUS-TAS B71: OK

AUS-TAS B72: OK

AUS-TAS B73: OK

AUS-TAS B74:
- per GIS, extends into Port Sorell and ends and Kermode St. Signage at C708 junction supports this.

AUS-TAS B81: OK

AUS-TAS B82: OK

AUS-TAS B83: OK

AUS-TAS B84: OK

AUS-TAS B85:
- per GIS, ends at C805 and does not proceed down to the ferry dock from there

AUS-TAS B110: OK

And that takes care of austasb.

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Re: Australia
« Reply #197 on: November 02, 2022, 08:23:39 am »
And that takes care of austasb.
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Re: Australia
« Reply #198 on: January 30, 2023, 01:38:40 am »
The following are comments on the Tasmanian C-Roads in the 100s where I have a comment, the rest are OK as is.

AUS-TAS C101:
- CooRd -> CopRd, and could use a recenter

AUS-TAS C132:
- the labeling "((main))" in double parentheses is awkward, suggest removing a pair of them (and may want to capitalize "Main")

AUS-TAS C132Cra:
- should be fine as just "C132 (Cradle Mountain)" without the need for "(branch)"

AUS-TAS C137:
- OldParRd needs a recenter

AUS-TAS C159:
- LowBeuRd_W -> LowBeuRd_S

AUS-TAS C179:
- MeaRd_N -> MeaRd_W

AUS-TAS C193:
- per GIS, west end should move east slightly to intersection with Cynthia Boat Ramp Drive

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Re: Australia
« Reply #199 on: March 27, 2023, 01:26:03 am »
AUS-TAS C215:
- WinRd -> WilRd

AUS-TAS C234:
- the labeling "((main))" in double parentheses is awkward, suggest removing a pair of them (and may want to capitalize "Main")

AUS-TAS C234Tab:
- should be fine as just "C234 (Table Cape)" without the need for "(branch)"

AUS-TAS C247:
- per GIS, B23/C247 transition should be at Leatherwood Ave, about 600m north of where it is in the HB currently

Those are the only issues in the 200s.
« Last Edit: March 27, 2023, 01:28:12 am by Duke87 »

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Re: Australia
« Reply #200 on: April 03, 2023, 02:03:05 am »
Comments for the 300s:

AUS-TAS C328:
- this is officially a three-legged route (and signs corroborate this). Main route should follow Cambridge Rd to C329. Road up to Mt Rumsey needs to be mapped as a branch.

AUS-TAS C329:
- CamRd_E -> C328

AUS-TAS C330:
- 7MBeaRd -> SMBeaRd (since it's officially "Seven", not "7")

AUS-TAS C331:
- junction with A9 needs to be moved due to recent reconstruction. A3 and A9 also need changes in Sorell on account of this: A3 needs a new point for the new A9 bypass. A9... so officially (and from what I can tell signs at least sort of agree, including some brand new ones!) A9 is officially now both on the new bypass and the old road into the town center, making it a three-legged route. No idea if this is temporary or not but it is what GIS shows as of now.

AUS-TAS C341:
- extend ~250m from TurRd to end of pavement, which is the official end per GIS

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Re: Australia
« Reply #201 on: April 03, 2023, 02:08:13 pm »
- MR60 is now A60, and the new A60 designation also eats the entirety of N1Alt

So I think we need to roll this one back. I initially garnered this info from here: https://www.travelvictoria.com.au/victoria/roads/

But a couple years later N1Alt is very much still signed as such and Victoria GIS still shows it as such. Not seeing any evidence from 2022 street view of MR60 signs (where any signs exist anyway) having changed to A60 either.

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Re: Australia
« Reply #202 on: April 14, 2023, 03:14:51 pm »
- MR60 is now A60, and the new A60 designation also eats the entirety of N1Alt

So I think we need to roll this one back. I initially garnered this info from here: https://www.travelvictoria.com.au/victoria/roads/

But a couple years later N1Alt is very much still signed as such and Victoria GIS still shows it as such. Not seeing any evidence from 2022 street view of MR60 signs (where any signs exist anyway) having changed to A60 either.
Having investigated this, someone saw a couple of signs that didn't have A60 patched over and jumped the (very late) gun, editing OSM and Wikipedia with a not-yet-implemented future number.

Looking further at Melbourne to see if its happened with other roads (but have been distracted today by some missing Victorian, and then the before-now-unknown-to-me South Australian Tourist Drives) before making the changes to roll A60 back to current road numbers.

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Re: Australia
« Reply #203 on: July 04, 2023, 01:02:29 pm »
Comments for the 400s

AUS-TAS C401:
- C412 point needs to move to White Hills Rd. Per GIS both this and Cowley Rd are C412, but only White Hills is signed as such.
- C432 -> BenLomRd

AUS-TAS C402:
- remove B41 concurrency, have route end at "B41" point

AUS-TAS C406:
- per GIS, designation extends south to fork with Headquarters Road

AUS-TAS C407:
- suggest adding a point for turnoff from Upper Brid Rd

AUS-TAS C412:
- DawRd -> DalRd
- move north end onto White Hills Rd, off of Cowley Rd (see C401 comment)

AUS-TAS C417:
- officially a three-legged route, southern portion of Main Rd down to N1 needs to be mapped too

AUS-TAS C418:
- ClaLogRd_S -> ClaLodRd_S

AUS-TAS C432:
- not signed, delete

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Re: Australia
« Reply #204 on: July 15, 2023, 07:12:53 pm »
Comments for the 500s

AUS-TAS C505:
- C510 -> GleRd

AUS-TAS C507:
- C510 -> AdeRd

AUS-TAS C510:
- not signed, delete

AUS-TAS C513:
- the labeling "((main))" in double parentheses is awkward, suggest removing a pair of them (and may want to capitalize "Main")

AUS-TAS C513Lif:
- should be fine as just "C513 (Liffey Falls)" without the need for "(branch)"

AUS-TAS C519:
- B51 -> B52

AUS-TAS C525:
- per GIS, ends at the Y junction right before Arthurs Dam (http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=-42.033195&lon=-213.079920)

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Re: Australia
« Reply #205 on: July 16, 2023, 04:09:24 am »
- the labeling "((main))" in double parentheses is awkward, suggest removing a pair of them (and may want to capitalize "Main")
Main is not a proper noun - don't want to capitalise. The pair I want to remove requires changes to the web end, where all bits get brackets around the city field.

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Re: Australia
« Reply #206 on: July 16, 2023, 09:58:02 pm »
The pair I want to remove requires changes to the web end

How so?

What I suggest could be implemented by changing the csv from this:
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austasc;AUS-TAS;C513;;;(main);austas.c513;
austasc;AUS-TAS;C513;;Lif;Liffey Falls (branch);austas.c513lif;
to this:
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austasc;AUS-TAS;C513;;;main;austas.c513;
austasc;AUS-TAS;C513;;Lif;Liffey Falls;austas.c513lif;

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Re: Australia
« Reply #207 on: July 17, 2023, 03:58:48 am »
But that will treat tertiary descriptor information like main and branch as secondary location information like Liffey Falls.

Your solution gives "C513 (main)" and "C513 (Liffey Falls branch)"

What I want is "C513 (main)" and "C513 Liffey Falls (branch)"

And I prefer what I currently get "C513 ((main))" and "C513 (Liffey Falls (branch))" to the first option.

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Re: Australia
« Reply #208 on: July 17, 2023, 02:33:46 pm »
Does "(branch)" have an added value at all?

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Re: Australia
« Reply #209 on: July 17, 2023, 03:54:37 pm »
Does "(branch)" have an added value at all?
Yes - it makes it clear that it's not a disattached segment of main route.