Continuing with some of the longer routes, I hit a wall at BC99. 249 waypoints...can you maybe thin out the unnecessary ones (maybe half of them in Vancouver and Whistler) before I do the review? BC1, BC3, BC16, and BC97 could also use some simplifying. Thanks.
BC16 is an active TCH route (TCHYel) in my domain. I was planning on adding some points here and there west of Prince George, to remove/reduce visible distance errors, but also do some streamlining in the process. Please wait for me to finish that in the next few days.
BC1 is also an active TCH route. in 2012 I added a bunch of points from my GPS receiver in the then-poorly-mapped Fraser Canyon area north of Hope (tipoff is both the lat and lon coordinates end in 0). Some of those points at intersections now mapped in Mapnik might need some adjustments. As for other work on the file, I have a huge backlog of stuff (TM and otherwise) now that I'm mostly recovered from eye surgery, so I was not planning on work on that route anytime soon. I suspect the abundance of waypoints is mostly due to the route's being very long and curvy, so there may not be a lot of room for streamlining over and above what I've already done.
For BC97, I have some GPS-based point additions south of Prince George, to address visible distance errors in the part of the route that has too few rather than two many visible points. It'd be easier to let me insert those new points (and remove shaping points no longer needed after the visible point adds), before any other work is done, to avoid conflicts with me and Si working on the same file at the same time.
Ditto BC113 (my point adds would be in the northern part of the route, but I can address mapcat's suggestions), and BC27 and BC118 (just a few point adds/relocations for each).