[Talk-us] US Bicycle Route mapping projects

Mike Dupont jamesmikedupont at googlemail.com
Mon Oct 21 22:38:32 UTC 2013


KANSAS

Model: Not Determined

Phase I: Planning

There is interest in the U.S. Bicycle Route System with momentum
behind USBR 66 and 76. To find out more about bicycle and pedestrian
transportation in Kansas, and to view our Kansas Bicycle Guide, please
visit the DOT Bike/Pedestrian program.

For more information contact Becky Pepper at rpepper(at)ksdot(dot)org.
http://www.adventurecycling.org/routes-and-maps/us-bicycle-route-system/national-corridor-plan/index.cfm#ks

On Mon, Oct 21, 2013 at 2:39 PM, KerryIrons <irons54vortex at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> Paul,
>
> No, KS has not even engaged in defining a route for USBR 66 (though it would
> be a very short segment across the SE corner of the state).  I'm collecting
> all the responses and will get everyone up to speed once the list of mappers
> is stable.  I'll keep you posted.
>
>
> Kerry
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Paul Johnson [mailto:baloo at ursamundi.org]
> Sent: Monday, October 21, 2013 10:28 AM
> To: KerryIrons
> Cc: OSM US Talk; steveall at softworkers.com
> Subject: Re: [Talk-us] US Bicycle Route mapping projects
>
> I believe I recall seeing that Kansas already has erected USBR 66 signs.
>  I'm down to map any segment west of Joplin (I'm familiar with US 66 up to
> that point).
>
> On Wed, Oct 16, 2013 at 7:40 PM, KerryIrons <irons54vortex at sbcglobal.net>
> wrote:
> OSM mappers:
>
> As you may know from past discussions there is a developing US Bicycle Route
> system and there are a number of projects underway at the state level to
> develop and designate USBRs.  Those project teams are at various stages of
> development but may be interested in partnering with one or more OSM mappers
> to get their proposed or approved routes into the OSM data base.
>
> Steve All and I found similar work to be a fruitful collaboration together,
> and I look forward to doing that again multiplied many times at the
> statewide level.  Steve has developed a high level of expertise on USBR
> mapping and has wiki pages to explain the process AND we have good examples
> (of well-tagged routes) at the national and state levels.  He is happy to be
> a reference available to answer syntax/tagging/technical questions about OSM
> itself that are specific to bicycle route mapping.
>
> Here is the list of current or incipient USBR projects where involvement
> from OSM mappers could be helpful to the project effort.
>
> Alabama, USBR 90 and perhaps USBR 23
> Arkansas, USBR 80 and USBR 51
> California, USBR 66
> Indiana, USBR 35, USBR 50
> Louisiana, USBR 90
> Maryland, USBR 50
> Mississippi, USBR 90, USBR 25/35 (Natchez Trace)
> Nevada, USBR 50
> New Mexico, USBR 66
> Ohio, USBR 50
> Oklahoma, USBR 66
> Tennessee, USBR 23
> Virginia, USBR 11
> Washington, USBR 10
> Wisconsin, USBR 30
> Wyoming, USBR 76
>
> If you are interested in helping one or more of these project teams, please
> let me know and I will introduce you to the appropriate state level USBR
> folks.
>
>
> Kerry Irons
> Adventure Cycling Association
>
>
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