[Talk-GB] National Cycle Network - filling the gaps
gregory.williams at purplegeodesoftware.co.uk
Mon Mar 8 12:44:04 GMT 2010
I should point out that I've still got some of my data from last summer's
trip to be entered. This includes bits of NCR1, RCR30 in East Anglia, and
NCR13. However, I've been very busy lately hence not really managing to get
the data entered particularly fast.
There could be quite a bit more to do in Wales in the future with all of the
new NCN routes that are currently being proposed there.
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> Hi all,
> OSM's National Cycle Network coverage is astounding and one of the
> reasons why everyone loves OpenCycleMap.
> With the sun finally emerging once again (yay) we've got the chance to
> fill some of the gaps and make it really useful. Anna and I went out on
> Saturday to map a recently opened section of National Route 45 (south
> Worcester), and it occurred to me that a few afternoons like that would
> complete coverage of several high-profile routes.
> So I had a look at the map and have identified a few that could be
> ticked off in an afternoon by nearby mappers. Obviously, some are
> already in hand - Gregory W cycled most of NCN 1 last year, for
> and I've got a few planned for this year.
> == South ==
> - *To complete NCN 3*: St Austell to Truro is only partly mapped
> - *To complete NCN 4*: Tiny little section in north Bristol (near
> Catbrain!) needs doing
> == Midlands ==
> - *To complete Great Central Cycle Ride*: missing section through
> == Wales ==
> - *To complete Lon Teifi*: NCN 82 from Cardigan to Fishguard
> == North ==
> - *To complete the C2C*: Forest section near Keswick - the one gap in
> our coverage of the NCN's most popular route!
> - *To complete the Pennine Cycleway*: NCN 68's alternative route via
> Burnley and the Leeds & Liverpool canal towpath is only partly mapped.
> - *The new Way of the Roses*: a coast-to-coast route being launched
> year, roughly Morecambe-Settle-Harrogate-York-Bridlington. East of York
> it's fully mapped. Morecambe to York is not yet fully signed. But it'd
> be great to have it mapped on OSM at launch.
> - Hadrian's Cycleway (NCN 72) and the Reivers Route (NCN 10) could be
> completed with a little effort. A few gaps around Sheffield could also
> be completed fairly easily.
> Any takers? Or any other gaps in big routes that people have spotted?
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