[Talk-GB] Highway lanes data for GB
peter.miller at itoworld.com
Thu Sep 29 14:32:37 BST 2011
As I have been adding this data to OSM I have realised how useful this data
is. I have worked in the transport field for many years now and have never
seen a highway 'capacity' map of the sort we are creating with both speed
limit and traffic lanes data. I was interested to see how few dual
carriageways there are in Norfolk for instance. The data must exist
somewhere, but not in a form that people use extensively.
Personally I would love to see if we can complete this data layer for
England/GB or UK soon. I will continue to chip away at the South East given
that that is where some of the worst congestion concerns are. What would be
great if others got stuck into working on other parts of the country. For
now I have only doing trunk roads and motorways.
Thanks for the appreciation of ITO Map. We are working very hard on an new
version with lots of new data and features.
ITO World Ltd
On 29 September 2011 09:13, thomas van der veen <th.vanderveen at gmail.com>wrote:
> I have been tagging parts of the M3 and M27 recently, both lanes and
> maxspeed. The map below really help with this, thanks for that. And I have
> been mostly doing it from memory so far, but you are right of course, Bing
> makes it a lot easier.
> On Wed, Sep 28, 2011 at 8:31 PM, Peter Miller <peter.miller at itoworld.com>wrote:
>> I have been adding 'lanes' tagging to major roads in the East of England
>> over the past few weeks and have managed to cover quite a large area (from
>> London to Norfolk and from Suffolk to the Midlands). The first of the links
>> below shows the existing lanes data for the East of England. The second
>> shows trunk and motorway roads without lanes tagging in red.
>> Anyone fancy doing other parts of the country? It is easy to do from the
>> comfort of an armchair using Bing aerial for most places.
>> Peter Miller (PeterIto)
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