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Re: Australia
« Reply #150 on: January 04, 2021, 07:55:45 pm »
These are State Routes, that happen to be city-related and were numbered and given different shields because they were more important and used as through roads (url=http://www.expressway.online/gallery/roads/qld/numbered/metroads/images/opener.jpg]sign marking them out[/url]. In fact, most of them were part of the National Network before (which, like in the US, is managed by the states but given money by the national government) and became M roads after. I'm treating them like R1 in Adelaide and the bannered national routes - because that's effectively what they were.
Interesting.  That's certainly not something you don't see everywhere.  I wonder why they chose to do it that way.

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I've treated ausa and ausn as continental systems, putting them on the same tier as eure and asiah.
I just noticed that when browsing the HB last night.  Interesting that Europe and Asia put those systems in Tier 3 while the equivalents in North America went into Tier 2.
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Re: Australia
« Reply #151 on: January 05, 2021, 05:55:55 am »
Interesting that Europe and Asia put those systems in Tier 3 while the equivalents in North America went into Tier 2.

Europe has secondary freeway / expressway systems in Poland, Austria, Slovakia, Slovenia,... which are "more important" than the international E routes.

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Re: Australia
« Reply #152 on: January 07, 2021, 08:50:17 pm »
Knocking out a couple quick wins here to get the number of preview systems down, so here's ausnt and ausntc.

One overarching note regarding ausnt: all routes need to have their list file names changed from Bxx to NTxx


AUS-NT NT2:
- OK

AUS-NT NT8:
- ArtHR -> ArlHR

AUS-NT NT14:
- OK

AUS-NT NT23:
- OK

AUS-NT NT28:
- DalyRvrRd_W -> DalyRivRd_W

AUS-NT C4:
- DocRvr -> DocRiv

AUS-NT C5:
- OK

AUS-NT C12:
- N87 -> A87 and coords do not match corresponding point on A87

AUS-NT C16:
- A87 coords do not match corresponding point on A87

AUS-NT C24:

- OK

AUS-NT C80:
- find somewhere to add a visible point or two between B96 and A87? It's over 100 miles.

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Re: Australia
« Reply #153 on: January 10, 2021, 11:59:54 am »
ausnt and ausntc's low hanging fruit has been plucked.

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Re: Australia
« Reply #154 on: January 20, 2021, 12:10:31 am »
AUS-SA B1:
- WilRd -> WyrRd
- can remove BetRd, not necessary given two close other points. If kept, recenter and -> BeltRd
- ClayWellRd_N -> ClayWelRd_N
- consider adding a few points between B101_N and McIntWay, rather long gap for an only somewhat remote area

AUS-SA B19:
- YadDr -> YalDr

AUS-SA B34:
- MauRd_E -> MawRd_E
- RvrRd -> RivRd

All other AUS-SA Bs under 40 are good.

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Re: Australia
« Reply #155 on: January 24, 2021, 12:57:24 am »
AUS-SA B55:
- PicBoreRd -> PilBoreRd

AUS-SA B79:

- PosPkRd -> PosParkRd

AUS-SA B89:
- GeoTer -> GeoSt
- add point at Hughes/Wildman intersection in Wallaroo (major turn, improves route trace)

AUS-SA B100:
- HavRd -> TheHavDr
- consider adding a visible point or two between WilRd and JenAve, it's over 50 miles

AUS-SA B201:
- McKayRd -> McKRd
- WriRd -> WinRd

Everything else in aussab: OK

So the system is ready to go once this and the above post are addressed.