[talk-ph] road to asin hot springs, benguet and QC tracks

maning sambale emmanuel.sambale at gmail.com
Mon Mar 22 06:26:36 GMT 2010

Based on your tracks, I added several u-turn slots.  I didn't touch
the del monte roads because this requires more time than simply
removing one of the rads and lavel them as two-way.

I was about to hit the upload button (in JOSM).  When I discovered
that, Roosevelt Avenue is not connected to EDSA!  That maybe the
reason why your GPS keeps giving bad routing directions.


I also fixed batangas road connection to roosevelt.

On Mon, Mar 22, 2010 at 2:00 PM, tutubi
<tutubi at backpackingphilippines.com> wrote:
> hi!
> i uploaded gpx of my trip to Asin hotspings, my track extended the
> currently mapped road going there but also didn't exactly match the
> map
> http://www.openstreetmap.org/user/backpacking%20philippines/traces/636046
> Can i just convert the track to a way?
> all my other gpx uploaded are in QC where I noticed the missing u-turn
> slots on edsa (mostly between Munoz and Monumento), araneta, q avenue,
> mindanao, congressional and quirino highway (including the on-going
> road construction to NLEX)
> on San Francisco del Monte (Frisco), it's shown on OSM as a road with
> center island when it has none. It should be depicted as a two-way
> 4-lane street that turned to a two-lane road from Zorra street up to
> West Avenue (i went around the area yesterday just to see how OSM
> performs before going to Banawe to buy something)
> i still need to get used to Potlatch to add the missing u-turn slots
> that may be the ones affecting routing to my home
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