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Re: usaga: Georgia State Highways
« Reply #270 on: February 24, 2020, 08:06:49 pm »
On 11, US129BusCle_* -> US129BypCle_*

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Re: usaga: Georgia State Highways
« Reply #271 on: February 26, 2020, 06:06:49 pm »
Can I get a point on 60 at Cooper Gap Road (south of GA180) please? That's where I turned off for a nice forest drive.

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Re: usaga: Georgia State Highways
« Reply #272 on: February 27, 2020, 07:56:08 am »
10 (and US 78) has two waypoints in a row named ParkPlaBlvd and ParkPlBlvd.

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Re: usaga: Georgia State Highways
« Reply #273 on: March 03, 2020, 08:42:22 am »
I noticed this morning that the east terminus of GA120 was recently renamed from ClaSt back to GA20. Did GDOT reverse its changes to the routing of GA20 from a few years back? (Note that the GA20 .wpt file wasn't changed, so this point isn't even at GA20 in the HB.)

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Re: usaga: Georgia State Highways
« Reply #274 on: March 03, 2020, 01:20:17 pm »
I noticed this morning that the east terminus of GA120 was recently renamed from ClaSt back to GA20. Did GDOT reverse its changes to the routing of GA20 from a few years back? (Note that the GA20 .wpt file wasn't changed, so this point isn't even at GA20 in the HB.)
Assuming no reversal, it looks like 120 should be extended east to new 20 (Buford Drive) per signage on old 20 westbound and eastbound.

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Re: usaga: Georgia State Highways
« Reply #275 on: March 08, 2020, 04:10:06 pm »
I noticed this morning that the east terminus of GA120 was recently renamed from ClaSt back to GA20. Did GDOT reverse its changes to the routing of GA20 from a few years back? (Note that the GA20 .wpt file wasn't changed, so this point isn't even at GA20 in the HB.)
Assuming no reversal, it looks like 120 should be extended east to new 20 (Buford Drive) per signage on old 20 westbound and eastbound.

I decided to do a field check this afternoon, since I needed to reclinch the new US 29 alignment anyway. It turns out the point is moot, because GA 120 has actually been truncated all the way back to 316, as I suspected it might be. All the 120 shields east of 316 are gone, and this also jives with GDOT's official state map.

EDIT: Also, GA120 will need a new point where US29/GA8 join it (Lawrenceville-Suwanee Rd).
« Last Edit: March 08, 2020, 08:38:28 pm by Eth »

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Re: usaga: Georgia State Highways
« Reply #276 on: March 14, 2020, 07:27:20 am »
Look for changes in the Perry area, associated with the relocation of US 341 to a bypass north of downtown. This will affect that route, US 41 (at least point relabels), and also at least one state route (ditto).

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Re: usaga: Georgia State Highways
« Reply #277 on: March 14, 2020, 01:21:23 pm »
Just finished the point adjustments for all the non-bannered GA routes. Also re-added GA40SprStM.
https://github.com/TravelMapping/HighwayData/pull/3661

Still to do:
Check bannered GA routes
Remove "Old*" names where possible
Common point names for common points (where possible/sensible)
Various route updates mentioned in the last 30 or so comments on this thread.

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Re: usaga: Georgia State Highways
« Reply #278 on: March 14, 2020, 07:07:00 pm »
RE: GA19Con Hazlehurst

Any thoughts on this one? It "should" connect at its southern end to US221. However, the current routing of US221 ignores that point, as it is in the middle of a one-way split. I feel like I should add that point to US221 (as it's an intersection with another route in the HB), but then the southbound routing of US221 is incorrect (as it follows Tallahassee St, rather than Coffee St). I suppose I could then move the current point (on US221) to Tallahassee St and ignore the northbound one-way portion. I'd keep the Coffee St point for US23 &341. Other thoughts?

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Re: usaga: Georgia State Highways
« Reply #279 on: March 14, 2020, 08:13:01 pm »
ga.ga040.wpt: ChaSmiHwy -> GA40Spr
ga.ga247.wpt: I-75 should not be relabeled I-75(160), as no other point has an I-75 label.
The rest looks good.

As far as this forum thread goes, there's a backlog of stuff for me to look at.
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Re: usaga: Georgia State Highways
« Reply #280 on: March 15, 2020, 02:40:21 pm »
Just finished the point adjustments for all the non-bannered GA routes. Also re-added GA40SprStM.
https://github.com/TravelMapping/HighwayData/pull/3661

Still to do:
Check bannered GA routes
Remove "Old*" names where possible
Common point names for common points (where possible/sensible)
Various route updates mentioned in the last 30 or so comments on this thread.

Thank you for GA40SprStM.

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Re: usaga: Georgia State Highways
« Reply #281 on: March 15, 2020, 06:03:09 pm »
ga.ga040.wpt: ChaSmiHwy -> GA40Spr
ga.ga247.wpt: I-75 should not be relabeled I-75(160), as no other point has an I-75 label.
The rest looks good.

As far as this forum thread goes, there's a backlog of stuff for me to look at.

GA40: fixed.
GA247: fixed. I originally changed this one when I thought I had evidence that GA247 reached I-75 at exit 167 also. At this point, I'm still not 100% convinced that it doesn't, but that (very) short piece between I-75 and US23 doesn't appear to be signed.

Pull request submitted for these two and adjusting points for all of the bannered GA routes.
https://github.com/TravelMapping/HighwayData/pull/3669

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Re: usaga: Georgia State Highways
« Reply #282 on: March 16, 2020, 09:54:08 pm »
GA247: fixed. I originally changed this one when I thought I had evidence that GA247 reached I-75 at exit 167 also. At this point, I'm still not 100% convinced that it doesn't, but that (very) short piece between I-75 and US23 doesn't appear to be signed.

On one hand, GIS data (from 2017) identifies Pierce Avenue north of US23 as having Route_ID 1000100024700 (i.e. SR 247) with mileposts continuing GA247's sequence. On the other hand, well, there's an END sign clearly posted at the intersection with US23. When in doubt, stick with the signage.

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Re: usaga: Georgia State Highways
« Reply #283 on: March 16, 2020, 10:43:10 pm »
GA247: fixed. I originally changed this one when I thought I had evidence that GA247 reached I-75 at exit 167 also. At this point, I'm still not 100% convinced that it doesn't, but that (very) short piece between I-75 and US23 doesn't appear to be signed.

On one hand, GIS data (from 2017) identifies Pierce Avenue north of US23 as having Route_ID 1000100024700 (i.e. SR 247) with mileposts continuing GA247's sequence. On the other hand, well, there's an END sign clearly posted at the intersection with US23. When in doubt, stick with the signage.

Of course, the end sign is there because north of US23 is essentially just ramps (yes, there is one minor road connection to one of the ramps). Not that I'm arguing, just presenting all the possibilities.

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Re: usaga: Georgia State Highways
« Reply #284 on: March 19, 2020, 08:37:43 pm »
I decided to go through the U.S. Routes to find disagreements with the underlying state route files.

US 1/US 221: LFBriAPRd -> CamRd
US 1/540: SteMatRd -> WooAcaRd
US 17: GA25SprDar -> FortGeoDr
US 17: GA57/99 -> GA99 (or GA99_Eul?)
US 19: move GA208 to match point on 3 and 208
US 19/3: GA20Con -> LowWooRd
US 19/US 29/US 41: starting at CleAveSW and ending at MackDobRdNW, remove directional suffixes; also McDStSW -> McDanSt (or on 3, McDanSt -> McDSt)
US 19: GA141 -> GA141_S
US 19: GleDrNE -> GleDr, and many other suffixes here that are in both the US 19 and 9 files
US 19: add missing points (from 400's file) between GA136 and GA60_S
US 23/US 341: LivRarmRd -> OweRd
US 23: GA13/155 -> GA13_S
US 23: replace +X007(US23) with GA87ConEas to match the EasByp point on 87
US 23/US 129altmac: WillHenRd -> AlbJenRd? neither is posted
US 23/US 129altmac/87: GA87Con -> GA87ConMac
US 23: I-75(167A) -> *I-75(167A), move I-75(167) to match 87
US 23: I-675(2) -> I-675
US 23: EllRd -> ForPkwy
US 23: I-20(60) -> I-20
US 23: I-85(91) -> I-85
US 23: replace +X021(US23) with MudCreRd to match 365
US 23/US 441: LevGroRd -> GA15Con
US 25: move GA121_S to match 67
US 25: move GA88 to match 121
US 27: PhiRd -> CouLineRd
US 27: WestRomeByp -> GA1Lp_S, GA1Lp -> GA1Lp_N
US 27: RivPkwyNE -> RivPkwy
US 27: McFAve -> McFarAve_S, DodAve -> McFarAve_N
US 29/139: NavAve -> HarShePkwy
US 29: starting at RocRdNW and ending at GloRdNW, remove directional suffixes
US 29: GA20/124_N -> GA20/124
US 29: replace +X011(US29) with DroCreRd to match 316
US 29/US 129/US 441: PetSt -> GA10Lp(9)
US 41: MainSt -> MainSt_Lak
US 41: OldUS41 -> FoxAve
US 41: KinBrgRd -> CenAve
US 41: 11thStS -> JoeWriDr
US 41: 6thSt -> 7thSt??
US 41: W11thSt -> 11thSt
US 41: US341 -> US341_Per
US 41: RicPetBlvd -> LowWooRd
US 41: WWesRdNW -> WesRd
US 41: GA176 -> MarsHillRd
US 41: RedTopMRdSE -> RedTopConn
US 41: RivRd -> OldRivRd
US 41/US 76: HosCon -> ChaRd
US 76: SMainSt -> MainSt_Eli
US 76/515: OrvLaneDr -> OrvLanCon
US 76: US19_N -> US19/129_N, US19_S -> US19/129_S
US 76: GA17/515_N -> GA17/515
US 78: MirBlvd -> GA8Con
US 78/US 278: CopLakeRd  -> CooLakeRd
US 78: GA22_N -> GA22_E
US 78: GA77_W -> GA77_S, GA77_E -> GA77_N
US 78/10: GA22_S -> GA22_W
US 78: WillWinRd -> WillWynRd
US 80: I-16 -> I-16(2)
US 82: InnSt -> InmSt
US 82: I-95(29) -> I-95
US 129: MackHEnRd -> MackHenRd
US 129: HouRd_N -> HouRd
US 129/11/49: I-16 (1A) -> I-16
US 129: AppPkwy -> US129BypCle_S, HulRd -> US129BypCle_S
US 278: GA260 -> GleRd
US 280: I-185(1) -> I-185
US 280: WallSt -> WallSt_W
US 280: GA215_W -> GA215_N, GA215_E -> GA215_S
US 301: LakRd -> ParSt_W
US 319: US84BusTho_W -> US84Bus
US 319: US441BypDub_S -> US441Byp
US 319: RubyDr -> NewChuRd
US 341: US341Bus_N -> US341BusEas_N
US 341: replace +X013(US341) with MorDr to match 11busper
US 341: US41 -> US41_Bar
US 441/29: FallLineFwy -> GA540

All of these changes made locally unless noted otherwise. Still need to do the state routes.
US17: GA57/99 -> GA99. Selected as it is a crossing with GA99, as opposed to the concurrency in the Darien area (GA99_N and I-95BL_S).
US19/29/41: Directional suffixes removed (kept as alt-labels where necessary) except WinPkwy (would cause duplicate label).
US23/129Alt/GA87: There's only one GA87Con, so I didn't change it.
US76: Did not change US19_S to US19/129_S, as it is a point previously in use before the Blairsville bypass was built. I made the US19_N label primary for consistency. US19/129_N is an alt-label for US19_N.
US80: I-16(2) is already an alt-label for I-16. US80 only crosses I-16 at that one interchange.
US280: There is only 1 WallSt point. I know the route crosses it between the next points, but unless we add that second point, I don't think we need the _W tag.