[Talk-us] Second thoughts
dale.puch at gmail.com
Mon Oct 13 19:45:22 UTC 2014
"US 52 FOLLOWS I 94" to me means they are concurrent, even if Minnesota
only has signs for I94 instead of I94/US52
So it is a matter of presentation, not facts.
Here in Florida there are places where most signs list only one name, but
periodically there will be references to other names sharing the same
On Mon, Oct 13, 2014 at 9:59 AM, Tom Fistere <tbfistere at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello! My name is Tom Fistere and I go by CountryLoon on OSM. After
> about a week of editing I thought I should throw out a couple of questions
> and comments of what I am doing so far...
> I have started looking at the road typing throughout the state of
> Minnesota as it gives me an opportunity to study the status of the map
> statewide. I see areas that are well documented and drawn and then there
> are areas so neglected that the lines and imagery are needed some immediate
> help. I invite anyone to check out my editing job on the segment of MN 23
> between St Cloud and Foley, MN as it was rebuilt to an expressway in 2013
> and let me know how I did.
> A couple of questions, Minnesota hates concurrent highways. US 52 is
> concurrent with I 94 from St Paul, MN to Fargo, ND according to AASHTO but
> MNDoT refuses to sign the routing beyond "US 52 FOLLOWS I 94" sign at the
> interchange in St Paul. A similar thing occurs with US 12 through the Twin
> Cities to the Wisconsin line. Should the map reflect the concurrency or
> not? Google chose to do it but since it is unsigned, I lean toward not
> showing it.
> Most of my information is coming from county GIS sites and DOT, are there
> other other sites I should be checking into when looking for information
> verification? So far my interest is in the road network but I am willing
> to branch off into recreational trails and such in the future.
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