[Talk-us] USBR 66 in Oklahoma

OSM Volunteer stevea steveaOSM at softworkers.com
Mon Dec 5 19:01:33 UTC 2016

Thanks, Paul, that's a big task.  OSM (and I) appreciate it.


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> From: Paul Johnson <baloo at ursamundi.org>
> Subject: [Talk-us] USBR 66 in Oklahoma
> Date: December 5, 2016 at 3:20:34 AM PST
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> Just a heads up, I'm noticing the relation for USBR 66 in Oklahoma is darn near unmaintainable due to the sheer size of it, and I'm taking action now to prevent the problem from getting far worse in the future.
> The fact that the west end of the relation ends on a dual carriageway leading into Texas makes this relation extremely difficult to validate as a single relation.  This relation is presently over 1400 ways and is growing thanks to lane tagging efforts in the region.  As this relation has a huge number of dual and single carriageway segments, it's going to be easiest to split this into two relations by direction so at least editors can properly validate this relation.
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