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Offline oscar

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Re: cansk: Saskatchewan Provincial Highways (1-399)
« Reply #15 on: February 16, 2018, 02:11:43 pm »
I can use shapefiles to help track down those if/where cases, and their endpoints.

Let me work through the 300s, so I can give you a complete list.

Do you know if the shapefiles cover the 9xx routes? There are a few northern primary routes where there is no issue with endpoints, but they have some intermediate 9xx junctions, where the 9xx route is either poorly mapped or might've been decommissioned. GMSV coverage is weak in the north, not that it's good in the south either.

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Re: cansk: Saskatchewan Provincial Highways (1-399)
« Reply #16 on: February 16, 2018, 11:28:26 pm »
900 routes are covered. If there have been decommissionings, that may leave some things up in the air. Alberta's shapefiles are fairly well up-to-date, but Manitoba's are badly out of date... I can't speak for Saskatchewan.

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Re: cansk: Saskatchewan Provincial Highways (1-399)
« Reply #17 on: Yesterday at 04:16:37 am »
Most of the 2xx routes (park access routes) are now in the HB. The exception is the mysterious SK 204, which is in the shapefiles but I can't find on online or other maps. A few routes have unclear endpoints, though GMSV helped me nail down some others.

Still need to draft about thirty 3xx route files to complete coverage of the primary routes.