[OSM-talk-ie] Local roads again
karlgrant06 at gmail.com
Mon Nov 22 14:11:17 GMT 2010
Longford coco seems to follow whatever guidelines Wikipedia is based on.
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On 22 Nov 2010 14:05, "Andrew McCarthy" <me at andrewmccarthy.ie> wrote:
> Hi folks,
> Earlier we were trying to figure out whether roads were local primary,
> local secondary or local tertiary. A Wikipedia page here:
> suggests they are numbered in ranges.
> However, I found this file from Laois County Council:
> On pages 24–26 there are a list of roads and whether they're LP, LS or
> LT, and it looks like there's no numbering pattern at all. E.g.:
> Since signs only seem to say "L", and in the absence of official
> sources, it looks like the division between "highway=tertiary" and
> "highway=unclassified" remains based on the apparent quality and
> importance of the road as judged by the mapper on the ground.
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