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canab Alberta Provincial Highways 1-216
canab Alberta Primary Provincial Highways 217+
canbc British Columbia Provincial Highways
canmb Manitoba Provincial Trunk Highways
canmbs Manitoba Provincial Roads (the code can be different)
canmbw Winnipeg City Routes
cannl Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Highways
cannb New Brunswick Provincial Highways
cannst Nova Scotia Trunk Routes
cannsc Nova Scotia Collector Routes
cannss Nova Scotia Scenic Travelways
cannt Northwest Territorial Highways
cannu Nuavuat Territorial Highways (no system)
canon Ontario King's Highways
canpe Prince Edward Island Provincial Highways
canqc Quebec Provincial Highways
cansk Saskatchewan Provincial Highways
canyt Yukon Territorial Highways

usaak Alaska State Highways
usaal Alabama State Highways
usaar Arkansas State Highways
usaas American Samoa Territorial Highways
usaaz Arizona State Highways
usaca California State Highways
usaco Colorado State Highways
usact Connecticut State Highways
usadc District of Columbia District Highways
usade Delaware State Highways
usafl Florida State Highways
usaga Georgia State Highways
usagu Guam Territorial Highways
usahi Hawaii State Highways
usaia Iowa State Highways
usaid Idaho State Highways
usail Illinois State Highways
usain Indiana State Highways
usaks Kansas State Highways
usaky Kentucky State Highways
usala Louisiana State Highways 1-499
usala Louisiana State Highways 500+
usama Massachusetts State Highways
usamd Maryland State Highways
usame Maine State Highways
usami Michigan State Highways
usamn Minnesota State Highways
usamo Missouri State Highways
usamp Northern Mariana Islands Territorial Highways
usams Mississippi State Highways
usamt Montana Primary State Highways
usamts Montana Secondary State Highways
usanc North Carolina State Highways
usand North Dakota State Highways
usane Nebraska State Highways
usanes Nebraska State Links and Spurs
usanv Nevada State Highways
usanh New Hampshire State Highways
usanj New Jersey State Highways
usanm New Mexico State Highways
usany New York State Highways
usanyp New York Parkways
usaoh Ohio State Highways
usaok Oklahoma State Highways
usaor Oregon State Highways
usapa Pennsylvania State Highways
usapr Puerto Rico Territorial Highways
usari Rhode Island State Highways
usasd South Dakota State Highways
usasc South Carolina State Highways
usatn Tennessee State Highways
usatx Texas State Highways
usatxl Texas State Highway Loops
usatxs Texas State Highway Spurs
usaut Utah State Highways
usava Virginia State Highways
usavi US Virgin Islands Territorial Highways
usavt Vermont State Highways
usawa Washington State Highways
usawi Wisconsin State Highways
usawv West Virginia State Highways
usawy Wyoming State Highways

usanp United States Select National Park Highways
usaush United States Historic US Routes
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Re: Finishing Canada and USA state/province/territorial highways
« Reply #1 on: January 02, 2016, 01:37:33 pm »
I have canmb well underway, but nothing's added to the DB as in-dev yet.

Mike started usala1 back in the day. It's commented out of systems.csv now due to a missing _con.csv file.
I don't see any data in TM/master, but it's included in chm_final.

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Re: Finishing Canada and USA state/province/territorial highways
« Reply #2 on: January 02, 2016, 02:02:51 pm »
Mike started usala1 back in the day. It's commented out of systems.csv now due to a missing _con.csv file.
I don't see any data in TM/master, but it's included in chm_final.
I left it out deliberately, for some reason, IIRC. Probably as I didn't check the files to see that the .csv only had the first 50 routes, which does match the .wpt files made.
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Re: Finishing Canada and USA state/province/territorial highways
« Reply #3 on: January 02, 2016, 05:12:15 pm »
I have canmb well underway, but nothing's added to the DB as in-dev yet.

Just the provincial trunk highways (<200), or also the provincial roads (200-600s)? PTHs are primary and the most important, but I've clinched some of the more remote PRs and hope some year to be able to map them too.

Not on Si's list are some in-dev multi-region systems like USANP.

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Re: Finishing Canada and USA state/province/territorial highways
« Reply #4 on: January 02, 2016, 05:27:11 pm »
Not on Si's list are some in-dev multi-region systems like USANP.
They are a slightly different thing, at the same tier.

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Re: Finishing Canada and USA state/province/territorial highways
« Reply #5 on: January 02, 2016, 09:16:00 pm »
Just the provincial trunk highways (<200), or also the provincial roads (200-600s)? PTHs are primary and the most important, but I've clinched some of the more remote PRs and hope some year to be able to map them too.
Just the PTHs, <200. (Is PTH the proper system name that I should use?) Provincial Roads 200-699 are in the longer range plans as a separate system; no work has been done there yet.

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Re: Finishing Canada and USA state/province/territorial highways
« Reply #6 on: January 02, 2016, 10:20:33 pm »
Just the provincial trunk highways (<200), or also the provincial roads (200-600s)? PTHs are primary and the most important, but I've clinched some of the more remote PRs and hope some year to be able to map them too.
Just the PTHs, <200. (Is PTH the proper system name that I should use?)

Maybe "canmbpth" and later "canmbpr" for the system codes, spell out the abbreviations elsewhere?

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Re: Finishing Canada and USA state/province/territorial highways
« Reply #7 on: January 02, 2016, 11:48:58 pm »
Maybe "canmbpth" and later "canmbpr" for the system codes, spell out the abbreviations elsewhere?
I'd prefer keeping the system codes as short as we can. To date nothing has used more than six characters.
I'm leaning toward keeping canmb & canmbs as originally proposed by Tim.

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Re: Finishing Canada and USA state/province/territorial highways
« Reply #8 on: January 18, 2016, 11:18:39 pm »
I suppose you can add
usaorh Oregon Internal Highways (where not synced with usaor)

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Re: Finishing Canada and USA state/province/territorial highways
« Reply #9 on: January 18, 2016, 11:42:13 pm »
I suppose you can add
usaorh Oregon Internal Highways (where not synced with usaor)
Are these signed?

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Re: Finishing Canada and USA state/province/territorial highways
« Reply #10 on: January 19, 2016, 05:50:51 am »
I suppose you can add
usaorh Oregon Internal Highways (where not synced with usaor)

What are "internal highways" not already in the numbered-and-posted state highway system?

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Re: Finishing Canada and USA state/province/territorial highways
« Reply #11 on: January 19, 2016, 05:44:57 pm »
I suppose you can add
usaorh Oregon Internal Highways (where not synced with usaor)

I wonder if these would be on the same level as New York's reference routes.

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Re: Finishing Canada and USA state/province/territorial highways
« Reply #12 on: January 20, 2016, 06:11:01 pm »
I suppose you can add
usaorh Oregon Internal Highways (where not synced with usaor)

What are "internal highways" not already in the numbered-and-posted state highway system?
Best way to describe them are as Jim noted: reference numbers.
Most are signed 1-to-1 with their visible routes since ODOT's decision to sign them in 2002 so are wholly redundant (ORH 1 = I-5, ORH 69 = OR 569), others don't follow their given route the entire time (ORH 26 = US 26 from OR 99W to OR 35; OR 35 from US 26 to US 30). It's these latter highways I'm interested in, and as far as field signage goes, it's via the bridge inventory signs.

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Re: Finishing Canada and USA state/province/territorial highways
« Reply #14 on: February 04, 2016, 09:39:20 am »

I've just drafted a BC provincial road system, meaning that this is the state of play map currently.
(green = active, yellow = preview, pink = devel, red = nothing, stripes are explained below)


We really don't seem to care much about the South, do we? ;P


Re: stripes
- MB, SK, QC, NL: canspf has very few provincial highways from these provinces in there, and is a devel system
- MT: secondary road system a devel system
- LA: devel system for first 500 state highways, only has first 50 (colors ought to be reversed as most routes aren't drafted)
- KY: 1-999 active, 1000-1499 preview, 1500-1999 devel, 2000+ not started