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Re: New Travels and Stats Discussion
« Reply #480 on: December 02, 2020, 12:05:38 pm »
Took a Thanksgiving trip.
Finally got the section of NC I-77 between I-277 and I-285, finished the I-95/I-495 loop around DC, the last 1/2 mile of I-395 in DC (was closed when I was there last for construction) and I-295 in DC/MD. Just missed finishing I-66 due to a wrong turn amongst construction on the Arlington Memorial Bridge.
New mileage in VA and/or MD on US1, US15, US17, US29, US250, US301
Several VA state route sections (VA3, VA20, VA22, VA53, VA208, VA231)
A little mileage on MD state routes (MD 5, MD 231, MD 234, MD236)

Also got 8 new counties along the way.

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Re: New Travels and Stats Discussion
« Reply #481 on: December 13, 2020, 10:29:28 am »
Took another Maryland ride yesterday...

New clinches in order:  MD 337, MD 216, MD 103, MD 652, MD 176, MD 270, MD 100, MD 177, MD 3 Bus, MD 174, MD 713, MD 758, MD 162, MD 169, MD 168, MD 648, MD 129, MD 940, MD 133, MD 134, MD 131, MD 130, MD 140, MD 122, MD 166, MD 372, US 1 ALT (Baltimore)

unsigned routes clinched: MD 176B, MD 100N, MD 915A, MD 3D, MD 995, MD 762, former MD 999, MD 779, MD 969, MD 795

New mileage: all but 1 mile of MD 198 (road was closed by law enforcement near MD 32)

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Re: New Travels and Stats Discussion
« Reply #482 on: December 13, 2020, 06:04:19 pm »
I just spent a week on the road, to escape the stress of the season. I spent several days in Georgia, getting there via southeastern Kentucky, eastern Tennessee, and both Carolinas, popping into southeastern Alabama and far northern Florida, and returning home via a more easterly route.

My main goal was to re-complete the rest of Georgia's 159 counties, for my "round 2" count. I had completed those counties (as well as the rest of the U.S.) in "round 1" more than a decade ago. This time, I'm trying to improve on my "round 1" county clinches, including trying to visit county seats rather than just settling for crossing the county line. Georgia now is my 23rd state (plus D.C.) re-completed, and my eighth one this year.

I clinched US 84 in Georgia on this trip, to match my clinch earlier this year of US 84's west end in Colorado and New Mexico. Still a lot of missing mileage in the middle, in Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and western Alabama. I also re-clinched US 119, for a realignment in southeastern Kentucky.

Shorter route clinches: both segments of GA 94, and the isolated FL 2 segment connecting them; both segments of GA 177, to the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge; GA 123; GA 200; GA 266; GA 376; AL 173; US 15 Business in Hartsville SC; SC 102; NC 145; NC 14; VA 87; VA 270; and VA 457.

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Re: New Travels and Stats Discussion
« Reply #483 on: December 14, 2020, 11:20:48 pm »
A trip Sunday to check out the new segment of Corridor Q in Kentucky & Virginia allowed me to clinch a little over 50 routes overall, bringing me to 70% completion in Kentucky. My .list now has over 10,000 "good" lines.
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Re: New Travels and Stats Discussion
« Reply #484 on: December 15, 2020, 08:11:27 pm »
Lots of new Connecticut mileage for me Friday-Sunday as part of a weekend trip. Highlight in terms of clinching was finishing US 1 in the state, which finished the state's US routes for me, but I also got some new stretches of freeway and a couple hundred miles worth of state routes, bringing me from around 60% complete pre-Friday to over 67% in the state.

If I cared enough, I'm at the point where I could probably finish the state in a couple of weekends, as most of my missing mileage is concentrated in the eastern half of the state. Instead, I'll probably continue chipping away as part of other trips.

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Re: New Travels and Stats Discussion
« Reply #485 on: December 18, 2020, 09:59:53 am »
Work trip yesterday allowed for a little in-state clinching:
Finished the segments of US43 between Hamilton and Russellville and Russellville and Tuscumbia (had a short segment in Russellville previously completed). That gives me a Tuscaloosa to TN state line completion of the route and leaves only the short segment of the Natchez in far NW AL and a portion of the Huntsville perimeter that is currently included in select freeways remaining north of Tuscaloosa/Birmingham/I-20 for active systems in AL.

Also got mileage on AL 13,17,33,36 and 101 and clinches of AL 74 and 184.

The 46 miles on active systems left me 5 miles short of moving into 2nd in AL for active systems and the 112 miles on active+preview was enough to move me into 2nd in AL.

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Re: New Travels and Stats Discussion
« Reply #486 on: December 26, 2020, 12:09:36 pm »
I've traveled 29 TM regions traveled in 2018: AUT, BEL, BIH, CHE, CZE, DEU-BB, DEU-BW, DEU-BE, DEU-BY, DEU-HE, DEU-MV, DEU-NW, DEU-NI, DEU-RP, DEU-SL, DEU-SN, DEU-ST, DEU-TH, ENG, FRA, HRV, IRL, ITA, LUX, NIR, SCT, SVN, SVK, WLS
And I've added more than 12,000 mi this year.

My progress since I've joined TM (CHM) 5 years ago:
End of 2013 mileage:   9,615 mi   
End of 2014 mileage:  16,818 mi ; + 7,203 mi
End of 2015 mileage:  19,169 mi ; + 2,351 mi
End of 2016 mileage:  36,983 mi ; +17,814 mi (~5,500mi added due to new deub system)
End of 2017 mileage:  58,190 mi ; +21,207 mi (~2,500mi added due to new deubyst, deubwl, deuhel, deunwl, deurpl, deusll systems)
End of 2018 mileage:  70,811 mi ; +12,621 mi (~400mi added due to new remaining deuxxl systems)

I've traveled 38 TM regions in 2019: ALB, AUT, BEL, BIH, BGR, CHE, CZE, DEU-BB, DEU-BW, DEU-BE, DEU-BY, DEU-HE, DEU-NW, DEU-NI, DEU-RP, DEU-SN, DEU-ST, DEU-TH, ENG, FRA-ARA, FRA-GES, FRA-HDF, FRA-IDF, FRA-NOR, FRA-PAC, GRC, HRV, HUN, ITA, LUX, MKD, MLT, MNE, NLD, POL, SVN, SRB, SVK

And I've added more than 13,000 mi this year:

End of 2019 mileage:  84,500 mi = +13,689 mi

I've traveled 14 TM regions in 2020: CZE, DEU-BB, DEU-BW, DEU-BY, DEU-HB, DEU-HE, DEU-HH, DEU-MV, DEU-NI, DEU-SH, DEU-SN, DEU-ST, DEU-TH and DNK.

End of 2020 mileage: 92,967 mi = + 8,447 mi

TOP 5 regions:
+2,325 mi in DEU-BW
+2,147 mi in DEU-BY
+1,045 mi in DNK
+ 847 mi in DEU-SN
+ 469 mi in DEU-BB

I've also clinched dnkmot system (802mi) this year :)

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Re: New Travels and Stats Discussion
« Reply #487 on: December 26, 2020, 05:39:38 pm »
The rankings by state, system, etc.

We have rankings by region, e.g. https://travelmapping.net/user/region.php?u=ntallyn&rg=AB (scroll to the end).
We do not yet have rankings by system - just an open issue on Github: https://github.com/TravelMapping/Web/issues/97
This is the one I remember seeing in the past. But every time I would look for it, I would end up at the MapView. But I finally found the link to the region. Apparently, I'm the only one who doesn't know to click on the name of the region.  :pan:

So...with the activation of the Australian A roads, I decided to take a look at my handful of miles around Adelaide. And I found something interesting...

When I look at my "Stats by Region" and click on South Australia, I see that I rank #3 for distance, and I see the list at the bottom of the page (https://travelmapping.net/user/region.php?units=miles&u=ntallyn&rg=AUS-SA).

However, when I look at my "Stats by System" and click on Australia A Roads, I see that I rank #6 for distance, but the list of travelers does not appear (https://travelmapping.net/user/system.php?units=miles&u=ntallyn&sys=ausa).

It was mentioned earlier in the thread that rankings by system don't exist. Is this new? If so, it would be nice to see the individuals listed at the end of the page similar to the rankings by region. Or is this a programming/display issue?

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Re: New Travels and Stats Discussion
« Reply #488 on: December 26, 2020, 08:07:31 pm »
So...with the activation of the Australian A roads, I decided to take a look at my handful of miles around Adelaide. And I found something interesting...

When I look at my "Stats by Region" and click on South Australia, I see that I rank #3 for distance, and I see the list at the bottom of the page (https://travelmapping.net/user/region.php?units=miles&u=ntallyn&rg=AUS-SA).

However, when I look at my "Stats by System" and click on Australia A Roads, I see that I rank #6 for distance, but the list of travelers does not appear (https://travelmapping.net/user/system.php?units=miles&u=ntallyn&sys=ausa).

Not entirely sure what you're asking here, so sorry if I misunderstood. You answered the "where is the list of travelers" question in your message, so are you asking why you're ranked 3 on one page and 6 in the other? One is your ranking in AUS-SA, and the other is your ranking on A Roads in all of Australia.
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Re: New Travels and Stats Discussion
« Reply #489 on: December 26, 2020, 09:31:06 pm »
So...with the activation of the Australian A roads, I decided to take a look at my handful of miles around Adelaide. And I found something interesting...

When I look at my "Stats by Region" and click on South Australia, I see that I rank #3 for distance, and I see the list at the bottom of the page (https://travelmapping.net/user/region.php?units=miles&u=ntallyn&rg=AUS-SA).

However, when I look at my "Stats by System" and click on Australia A Roads, I see that I rank #6 for distance, but the list of travelers does not appear (https://travelmapping.net/user/system.php?units=miles&u=ntallyn&sys=ausa).

Not entirely sure what you're asking here, so sorry if I misunderstood. You answered the "where is the list of travelers" question in your message, so are you asking why you're ranked 3 on one page and 6 in the other? One is your ranking in AUS-SA, and the other is your ranking on A Roads in all of Australia.

At the bottom of the Region page (first attachment) is the list of 3 travelers who (so far) have claimed mileage in SA. At the bottom of the System page (second attachment) are simply the highest numbered A roads in Australia. The top of that page shows a rank. But nowhere on the page does it show the individual travelers.

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Re: New Travels and Stats Discussion
« Reply #490 on: December 27, 2020, 01:47:53 am »
It was mentioned earlier in the thread that rankings by system don't exist. Is this new? If so, it would be nice to see the individuals listed at the end of the page similar to the rankings by region. Or is this a programming/display issue?

It is a programming issue. The table was never implemented. There is already an issue in the backlog: Web #97 List of travelers who have traveled a system.

Jim asked for things to be implemented on the other thread. You could raise your topic there: https://forum.travelmapping.net/index.php?topic=3604.msg20939#msg20939

If anyone has other things, especially on the web front end side of things, that you'd like me to try to prioritize, let me know.

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Re: New Travels and Stats Discussion
« Reply #491 on: December 27, 2020, 05:08:40 pm »
Travel has been minimal this last year (outside of going to India back in February just prior to Covid blowing up), but did a Portland to Albany and back run, picking up River Rd between OR 219 in St Paul and OR 99EB in Salem.
Could make for a decent Salem-Newberg route, but I doubt the OTC or ODOT would be interested.
But, basically route 214 west from Woodburn to St Paul, and 219 south from St Paul to Salem.

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Re: New Travels and Stats Discussion
« Reply #492 on: December 28, 2020, 01:54:02 am »
a Portland to Albany and back run
This makes me want to write a trollishly sincere ode to the NEI 9 corridor. :D

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Re: New Travels and Stats Discussion
« Reply #493 on: December 29, 2020, 05:45:31 pm »
I took a trip last Saturday mainly to see the completed I-895 Canton Viaduct project, US 322 Widening in southeast PA, the new US 422 Schuylkill River Bridge, and the PA 29 realignment in Collegeville, but I got some clinching in as well in mostly MD and NJ.  I actually drove the Delaware Memorial Bridge for the first time after being a passenger years ago. (though I did not clinch or gain any mileage in DE)

Routes are mentioned below in the order I was on them.

Clinched: MD 833, MD 88, MD 128, MD 140, I-395(MD-Clarified that I clinched both branches), MD 295, I-895(MD), MD 700, MD 587, MD 755, MD 159, MD 715, MD 490, MD 7 (Havre De Grace), MD 763, MD 824, NJ 140, US 40(NJ), NJ 152, US 322(NJ), PA 252, PA 29 (reclinch due to realignment in Collegeville), PA 401
New Mileage: MD 25, MD 129, US 1(MD), MD 648, US 40(MD), MD 2, MD 155, US 130(NJ), NJ 45, NJ 47, NJ 50, PA 113

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Re: New Travels and Stats Discussion
« Reply #494 on: January 11, 2021, 11:21:46 am »
Drove down to visit my parents in St. Augustine, FL (after quarantining for two weeks) and bought a car to bring back to Colorado.  Ballpark 2,400 new miles and 110 counties.  New interstate clinches: I-27, I-369, I-49 (re-clinch), I-220 (Shreveport), I-516 (Savannah), I-295 (Richmond), I-83, I-70, I-68, I-279 (Pittsburgh), I-680 (Youngstown), I-277 (Akron), I-180 (Hennepin), I-280 (Quad Cities), I-172 (Quincy).

Two days down (stopping in Bossier City, LA for the night), three days back (stopping in Rehoboth Beach, DE and Peru, IL).

Chris