[Talk-us] NY Bicycle Routes
vitki at bonius.com
Fri Oct 30 23:06:14 GMT 2009
For whatever it's worth, I've been tagging the statewide cycle routes in
Pennsylvania as RCN. I originally was tagging them as NCN, but there are
actually 2 "interstate" cycle routes in the US, so I switched to RCN.
I always took Andy's remark that LCN could mean "London cycle network"
to mean that LCN is the proper tag for networks within a metro area.
Sam Vekemans wrote:
> how are you tagging state-wide cycle routes?
> I know we have
> lcn= for local cycle routes (named & not named)
> rcn=for regional cycle routes (ie metro area)
> then there's
> ncn=for nation wide
> but there's no
> scn (state cycle network) or pcn (province cycle network)
> in Quebec we have a state-wide network, but listed as ncn. (route de verte)
> (the Trans Canada Trail isnt a 'cycle route' per say, but elements of
> it allows cycling on different surfaces). Do we make a new render for
> a 'recreational trail'?
> Is there an established practice?
> Sam Vekemans
> Across Canada Trails
> On 10/30/09, Richard Welty <rwelty at averillpark.net> wrote:
>> i have added a page for NY state bike routes here:
>> and added my just created relation (not quite complete) for the Mohawk
>> Hudson Bikeway from Rotterdam Junction to Albany.
>> lots of bike routes in NY need to be documented: http://www.ptny.org/
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