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Other Discussion / Re: New Travels and Stats Discussion
« Last post by Bickendan on Yesterday at 03:24:19 am »
Just got back from a long day trip to the center of Oregon.
Finally got my 100% clinch of US 26 in Oregon (was only missing ORH 360 Madras-Prineville Hwy), and clinched ORH 370 (O'Neill Hwy), OR 380 (Paulina Hwy), OR 27 (ORH 14 Crooked River Hwy) and the northern segment of ORH 4 (The Dalles-California Hwy), giving me 100% on US 197 and more of US 97 under my belt. I did not pick up ORH 361 (Culver Hwy) at all to poor advance signage for the Culver turn off from US 97.

Of note: ORH 361 is not signed in the field, as far as I can tell. It's possible it's signed once you leave US 97.
ORH 370 is not signed at all.
OR 380 is signed, but there are no signs for the route from US 26 in Prineville. First reassurance shield is near milepost 2; it's fairly well signed thereafter all the way to Paulina.
OR 27 is not fun to drive once the pavement ends and becomes a gravel road. It is well graded and maintained, but that really should be paved. Surprisingly, I saw a good number of bikers.
That is because:
-US 24 and I-474 at exit 6 differ by the last three decimal places in the latitude
-I-74 and IL 29 use one data point for exit 95A while US 24, US 150, and IL 116 use a slightly different one
-I-74 and IL 29 have different data points for exit 93. (One is closer to Adams Street while the other splits the difference between Adams and Jefferson.)

Naturally, I have no clue why those are, but I will make the necessary fixes.

(I merged the topics because "Peoria area concurrency issues" go together.)
Other Discussion / Re: New Travels and Stats Discussion
« Last post by Eth on April 23, 2018, 08:03:31 pm »
Next trip I have planned outside the area is to North Carolina in April. What, if anything, I'm able to add will probably depend on who's driving (it's a group trip).

Results of that trip: clinched the I-85 business routes in Spartanburg and Greensboro, picked up the portions of I-40 between Greensboro and Raleigh not concurrent with I-85 (already had that part), and grabbed various short-to-moderate segments of US 15, 64, 70, 401, and 501, Interstates 440 and 540, and part of the NC 147 freeway.
I had seen the warning about the I-95 Trenton change in our log file and found this explaining what was going on.  I went in and updated our file to reflect the new layout of I-295 and I-95.

- 3 will have all of I-295, both the classic and former I-95Tre bits, improperly marked as clinched: JamesMD, thing342, mikeandkristie

Updates to Highway Data / Re: PA: PA 204 Potential Minor Point Error near New Berlin
« Last post by yakra on April 23, 2018, 09:47:43 am »
Shapefiles (RMSSEG_State_Roads) agree. Changed.
Updates to Highway Data / Re: PA:US 11 and PA 147 in Northumberland
« Last post by yakra on April 23, 2018, 09:25:40 am »
Yes, but not at the location the current coords would imply:
These routes were created in the very early days, using coords from Google, with cartography quite a bit less accurate than it is now.
I'll tweak their locations a bit.

Updates to Highway Data / Re: NY: NY 343 at NY 22 near Dover Plains
« Last post by yakra on April 23, 2018, 09:21:44 am »
Unrelated: ButHolRd? :o
Not to be confused with ButtHoleRd. ;)
There's some other similar stuff out there that makes me giggle, though no specific examples come to mind right now.
AssRd is a bit too easy...
Updates to Highway Data / Re: NY: NY 343 at NY 22 near Dover Plains
« Last post by neroute2 on April 23, 2018, 12:49:34 am »
Unrelated: ButHolRd? :o
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