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Europe Tier-5 systems overview
« on: October 31, 2016, 02:44:56 pm »
List of potential systems (Grey=no potential system, Black=to be checked or not yet drafted (not in HB), Red=devel, Orange=preview, Chocolate=review requested, Green=active).

alakt - Aland Kantatiet (si404)
albrr - Albania Rruga Rrethi (not signed)
andcs - Andorra Carreteras Secundarias (signed?)
autl - Austria Landesstraßen L and Hauptstraßen A (usually not signed)
bel - Belgium (no potential system; large tier 4 system)
bihr - Bosnia and Herzegovina Regional Roads (BiH is redoing all their road numbering, finishing in 2018)
bgr - Bulgaria Third Class Roads (not signed)
chex - Switzerland "3-digit Hauptstraßen" (not signed)
cyp - Cyprus (??)
czeii - Czechia Silnice II. Třídy (michih)
deubwl - Baden-Württemberg Landesstraßen (michih)
deubyst - Bavaria Staatsstraßen (michih)
deubbl - Brandenburg Landesstraßen (michih)
deuhel - Hesse Landesstraßen (michih)
deumvl - Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania Landesstraßen (michih)
deunil - Lower Saxony Landesstraßen (michih)
deunwl - North Rhine-Westphalia Landesstraßen (michih)
deurpl - Rhineland-Palatinate Landesstraßen (michih)
deusll - Saarland Landesstraßen 1. Ordnung (michih)
deusns - Saxony Staatsstraßen (michih)
deustl - Saxony-Anhalt Landesstraßen (michih)
deushl - Schleswig-Holstein Landesstraßen (michih)
deuthl - Thuringia Landesstraßen (michih)
dnksr - Denmark Sekundærrute (si404)
esp - Spain (roads signed with orange signs?)
estt - Estonia Tugimaanteed (si404)
ffo - Faroe Islands (??)
finkt - Finland Kantatiet (si404)
fra(s)d - France (Select) Routes Départementales (signed but not unique - range from freeways to tracks)
gbrtr - UK Tourist and Scenic Routes (si404)
gbrb - UK B Roads (potential tier 5 system)
grc - Greece (??)
hrvz - Croatia Županijske Ceste (not signed)
hunh - Hungary (not signed)
irlr - Ireland Regional Roads
islf - Iceland Fjallvegir (potential tier 5 system) (Duke87)
imnb - Isle of Man B Roads (??)
isr - Israel (??)
itasr - Italy Strada Regionale (signed?)
jeyb - Jersey B Roads (??)
ltuk - Lithuania Krašto Keliai (michih)
luxcr - Luxembourg Chemin Repris (potential tier 5 system)
lvap - Latvia Valsts Pirmas Škiras Autoceli (potential tier 5 system) (si404)
mdar - Moldova (signed?)
mkdr - Macedonia Regional Roads (signed?)
mlt - Malta (??)
mner - Montenegro Regional Roads (signed?)
nirb - Northern Ireland B Roads (??)
nldp - Netherlands Provinciale Wegen (michih)
nlds - Netherlands Stadsroutes (michih)
norfv - Norway Primære Fylkesveier 7-364 (michih)
nortv - Norway Nasjonal Turistveier (potential tier 5 system)
poldw - Poland Droga Wojewódzka 100-199 (si404)
prtn - Portugal Estradas Nacionais (potential tier 5 system)
rks? - Kosovo Regional Roads (signed?)
roudj - Romania Drumuri Județene (potential tier 5 system)
srbr - Serbia 2nd Class Roads (signed?)
svkii - Slovakia Cesta II. Triedy (potential tier 5 system)
svnr - Slovenia Regionalna Ceste (potential tier 5 system) (si404)
swel - Sweden Primära Länsvägar (michih)


Discussion/poll about a general tier 5 system for European roads, e.g. for roads of countries w/o potential tier 5 systems.
« Last Edit: October 06, 2017, 03:14:59 pm by michih »

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Re: Europe Tier-5 systems overview
« Reply #1 on: November 02, 2016, 09:44:29 pm »
gbrtr - UK Tourist and Scenic Routes (dunno if there's another potential system)
B roads?
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Re: Europe Tier-5 systems overview
« Reply #2 on: November 03, 2016, 06:34:12 pm »
gbrtr - UK Tourist and Scenic Routes (dunno if there's another potential system)
B roads?

Are they signed? If they are, does it mean that gbrtr routes should be... tier 6?  :o

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Re: Europe Tier-5 systems overview
« Reply #3 on: November 04, 2016, 06:34:17 am »
Are they signed?
Usually.
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If they are, does it mean that gbrtr routes should be... tier 6?  :o
Why?

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Re: Europe Tier-5 systems overview
« Reply #4 on: November 04, 2016, 09:18:21 am »
If they are, does it mean that gbrtr routes should be... tier 6?  :o
Why?

I don't know, that's why I've asked :)
A roads are tier 4 and B roads are tier 5 because of the classification.
I think gbrtr is not classified at all but according to the road standard, gbrtr could be tier 4 or tier 5. So, why is gbrtr tier 5 instead of tier 4?

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Re: Europe Tier-5 systems overview
« Reply #5 on: February 01, 2017, 08:52:17 am »
possible work-around for Germany that doesn't involve breaking pre-existing routes: different systems for each one, and where clashes exist, something to distinguish (state letters?) each one - eg deu.bwl001. You might want to make use of the abbreviations field.

deube Berlin ?
deubb Brandenburg ?
deubw Brandenburg Landesstraßen
deuby Bayern Staatsstraßen
deuhb Bremen ?
deuhh Hamburg ?
deuhe Hessen Landesstraßen
deumv Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Landesstraßen
deuni Niedersachsen Landesstraßen
deunw Nordrhein-Westfalen Landesstraßen
deurp Rheinland-Pfalz Landesstraßen
deusl Saarland Landesstraßen
deusn Sachsen Staatsstraßen
deust Sachsen-Anhalt Landesstraßen
deush Schleswig-Holstein ?
deuth Thüringen Landesstraßen

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Re: Europe Tier-5 systems overview
« Reply #6 on: February 01, 2017, 01:45:30 pm »
Thanks.
Does "different systems for each one" mean, I should create 16 tier 5 systems for the only region = country? Why w/o "l", deube instead of deubel?
I don't get what "You might want to make use of the abbreviations field." means. Why is it needed if we have 16 systems...

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Re: Europe Tier-5 systems overview
« Reply #7 on: February 01, 2017, 02:36:44 pm »
Does "different systems for each one" mean, I should create 16 tier 5 systems for the only region = country?
I guess you could do it as one system if you want.
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Why w/o "l", deube instead of deubel?
Might as well keep it short!
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I don't get what "You might want to make use of the abbreviations field." means. Why is it needed if we have 16 systems...
You can't have two routes with the same list file entry of <region><route><banner><abbrev>, so two L1's, one in Saxony and one in Bremen, would need distinguishing from each other, even if they are different systems.

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Re: Europe Tier-5 systems overview
« Reply #8 on: February 01, 2017, 03:03:02 pm »
If I got you right... 1 or 16 systems in 1 region distinguished in list files like:

DEU L1st L2 L3 --> German L1 in Sachsen-Anhalt traveled b/n L2 wp and L3 wp.
DEU L2st L1 L3 --> German L2 in Sachsen-Anhalt traveled b/n L1 wp and L3 wp.
DEU L1ni L2 L3 --> German L1 in Niedersachsen traveled b/n L2 wp and L3 wp.
DEU L1sh L2 L3 --> German L1 in Schleswig-Holstein traveled b/n L2 wp and L3 wp.
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I think 16 systems are better first but could be merged once they are completed.

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Re: Europe Tier-5 systems overview
« Reply #9 on: February 05, 2017, 05:36:15 am »
esp - Spain (roads signed with orange signs?)

They are first class autonomical roads, that means that are freeways or roads like the ones in the National Road network [N-xxx] but managed by the government of the different autonomical communities.

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Re: Europe Tier-5 systems overview
« Reply #10 on: June 17, 2017, 11:26:49 am »
frad - France Routes Départementales (signed but not unique - range from freeways to tracks)

I think the latter comment "range from freeways to tracks" is from Si and I absolutely agree that it's not manageable. I think we could add a frasd system one day - France Select Routes Départementales - similar to the existing cansph system (Canada Select Provincial Highways).

frasd should minimum contain the expressway(-like) routes or we could go with OSM categories primary / secondary highway. The latter means, "orange" routes and maybe "yellow" routes but not white ones.

The issue with not unique numbering (only within each of 99 departments) could be managed like the currently in use workaround for deul (use department code as banner).
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Re: Europe Tier-5 systems overview
« Reply #11 on: July 13, 2017, 12:52:02 pm »
What is the correct way to map deuhel roads?
DEU ..... ?

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Re: Europe Tier-5 systems overview
« Reply #12 on: July 13, 2017, 01:28:42 pm »
What is the correct way to map deuhel roads?
DEU ..... ?

It's the same way like for every other route. Open the highway browser and copy what's displayed for "LIST name".

http://tm.teresco.org/hb/index.php?r=deu.hel3001he
--> DEU L3001HE

btw: Once we'll have split Germany into regions, it will be DEU-HE L3001.