[talk-au] suburb boundary adds confusion
peter at emailross.com
Mon Mar 23 01:17:29 GMT 2009
elbourne certainly has suburb boundries the run down the centre line
of the road.
See for example
for the suburb boundries in Moreland.
For example those on the northern side of moreland road are in Coburg
and those in the south in Brunswick.
So I'm sure you have the same case here.
On Sun, Mar 22, 2009 at 12:12 AM, Stephen Hope <slhope at gmail.com> wrote:
> Actually, I know many suburb boundaries which are defined as the
> center line of a given road. This is not at all unusual around here -
> whether it applies in Victoria I don't know.
> 2009/3/21 Andrew Harris <andrew at woowoowoo.com>:
>> I was about to map a street I'd been down a few times, but when I
>> loaded up potlatch to view my gps traces, I found a suburb boundary
>> right on the trace line. OK, so the road is a boundary, but usually a
>> road is 'in' one suburb or another, so where do I go for a definitive
>> reference on which side of the boundary to put the road?
>> I'm talking about this area: http://tinyurl.com/cozyey
>> Andrew Harris
>> andrew at woowoowoo.com
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