[talk-au] Transport in Victoria

David Sisourath someperson_688 at hotmail.com
Sat Jul 7 13:32:25 BST 2012


Hi, just letting you know that the network of all public transport in Victoria (Metlink and Viclink) have changed their name to Public Transport Victoria (which are mapped as 'PTV') and if you do come across or your editing public transport in Victoria and see 'metlink' or 'viclink' written in the 'network' tag, please change it to 'PTV'.
Thanks, my first response to this mailing thing.
David

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>    1. Re: Hume/Hovell route (Steve Bennett)
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> Subject: Re: [talk-au] Hume/Hovell route
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> On Fri, Jul 6, 2012 at 11:58 AM, Lachlan Rogers <lachlan at rogers.name> wrote:
> > Have a look at bikely.com .  It is a great place to document and share
> > personal cycling routes, and it has the OSM Cycle Layer as one of the
> > display map options.  This gives the best of both worlds: tag cycling
> > infrastructure and official routes in OSM, but then share personal
> > favourites overlayed on OSM maps.
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> It's a start, anyway. The real weakness of sites like bikely is they
> never (afaik) display multiple routes at once. You can use OSM to see
> how different routes intersect each other, and plan a route that uses
> bits of different ones. But GPSies, Bikely etc have never had this
> capability - different routes are just shown as dots until you
> actually select one for more detail.
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> Steve
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