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Offline michih

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Re: fragesdXX: Grand-Est Routes Départementales
« Reply #15 on: May 22, 2022, 03:51:22 pm »
fragesd6ae - Collectivité européenne d'Alsace Routes Départementales
fragesm6ae - Eurométropole de Strasbourg Routes Métropolitaines

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Eurometropole de Strasbourg Routes Metropolitans
« Reply #16 on: September 22, 2022, 10:57:05 am »
M31, M35, M37, M41, M45, M61, M63, M64, M83, M84 - fine

M93 - End -> RueMou_W

M111, M118 - fine

M120 - eastern end seems odd, so short from the main road (ex-N68). Not saying its wrong, saying its strange. (There's other odd ends, but this seemed the strangest). Double check where roads peter out in the city

M161, M165, M174, M184, M185, M194, M215, M221, M222, M223 - fine

M225 - D30 -> M30? (and add route, splitting D30) or is this D30 running for a stretch inside the Metropole?

M226 - add point in the middle of Eckwersheim to help distinguish where the route is

M263 - metropolitan boundary slightly south of A4. Acceptable fudge, though boundary runs along road and OSM has that bit as D263. Check

M284, M301, M302, M345 - fine

M351 - the transition point to D1004 is further west, between the M228 and A355 junctions (you have the wrong boundary)

M353, M384, M392, M400, M445, M451, M468, M468Hon, M484, M545, M563, M622, M718, M745, M863, M884, M885, M963, M2350 - fine
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