[Talk-GB] 3 new vector map district roads views/comparison maps from ITO Map

Jason Cunningham jamicuosm at googlemail.com
Mon Jul 4 19:14:14 BST 2011


Has this been disabled/removed?

The links bring me to a page that asks me to select a layer, and the layers
available don't include the VMD stuff

Cheers,

Jason

On 28 June 2011 14:11, Peter Miller <peter.miller at itoworld.com> wrote:

> Here are three new map views using Vector Map District roads data for ITO
> Map.
>
> 1) 'VMD - roads'. This is a view of vector map district roads colour
> coded according to its internal classification system.
> http://www.itoworld.com/product/data/ito_map/main?view=136
>
> Colours
> blue: motorway
> dark green: A road
> dark red: Primary Road
> orange: B road
> buff: Minor road
> grey: Local Street
> thin black: Private Road, Public Access
>
> 2. 'VMD roads missing'. Showing the above view with roads obscured
> that are in OSM highlighting roads that are in VMD but are not in OSM.
> Note that it does not include non-motorists way such as tracks,
> footways etc in the white overlay but does include pedestrianised
> streets.
> http://www.itoworld.com/product/data/ito_map/main?view=134
>
> 3. 'VMD roads missing (reverse). Showing OSM roads being obscured by
> VDM to highlight roads that are in OSM but which are not in VDM. It
> shows most roads (but not footways, parking aisles etc) in various
> conventional colours which other non-motorised an minor routes as thin
> green lines.
> http://www.itoworld.com/product/data/ito_map/main?view=135
>
> I have included district/unitary boundaries from OS boundary line in
> some of the above layers.
>
>
> Regards,
>
>
> Peter
>
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