MI: MI-153 endpoint

 
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vespertine



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PostPosted: Sun Oct 05, 2014 4:21 pm    Post subject: MI: MI-153 endpoint Reply with quote

Something I never noticed before: the eastern endpoint for M-153 is incorrect in the HB. M-153 follows Wyoming to end at US12, not Weir. See this following: Signage EB * Signage WB (NB) * Signage at US12

On an note unrelated to the HB, did M-153 use Addison at one point? I did find this ancient sign while looking around Google maps.

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 06, 2014 9:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks for the heads up. A fix is in the MI queue.
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yakra



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PostPosted: Sat Jan 23, 2016 2:20 pm    Post subject: Re: MI: MI-153 endpoint Reply with quote

vespertine wrote:
On an note unrelated to the HB, did M-153 use Addison at one point? I did find this ancient sign while looking around Google maps.
I interpret that as simply guiding traffic TO MI153 from the I-94 exit.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 23, 2016 4:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

2016-01-23;(USA) Michigan;MI 153;mi.mi153;Removed from McGraw St and Weir St between Wyoming Ave and I-94, and relocated onto Wyoming Ave between McGraw St and US 12.

https://github.com/TravelMapping/HighwayData/pull/370

MI153:
Moved McGSt from McGraw & Weir to McGraw & Wyoming
I-94(210B) moved from Weir to Wyoming; deprecated in favor of I-94
US12 added

US12:
MI153 added
No new waypoints at Weir or Addison; that'd make the density a bit much...
LonSt, CecAve, LivAve, WestGraBlvd added. (Is WestGraBlvd a bit much?)
I-75 moved onto road centerline; deprecated in favor of I-96
RosaParBlvd added

I-96:
+I-75_N moved to "middle of the central ramp triangle", and thus folded into...
US12, now conveniently also on US12 centerline. Label deprecated in favor of 191A, invoking the "Two separate interchanges numbered 6" rule.
I-75_S +-> I-75

I-75:
Exit 48 repositioned.

The I-96 changes above were partially motivated by my distaste for non-exit-numbered labels on interstates, where avoidable.
Which brings us to the case of the I-96 point on MI I-75. It's northbound Exit 48, separated almost a mile from southbound Exit 48, where the label 48 is used. I'm almost tempted to invoke a variant of the "Two separate interchanges numbered 6" rule and relabel it 48A, "Distinguish[ing] them by picking the next available letter suffix for the second interchange", where "second interchange" means the second one added chronologically. :)
This would result in exit-numbered waypoints out of numeric order, for which there are a couplefew precedents in TX. (There's at least one example of being out of alphanumeric order in KS, and I think maybe one in CT as well.)
I guess it comes down to, what do we regard as less ugly?
I haven't made a change to the file here; I'm just floating the idea before the group to see what y'all think.

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WRT Jim's graph algorithms:
Adds connection between I-75 & I-96, and I-96 & US12. Good!
Adds connection between I-75 & US12 which is not actually there.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 26, 2016 6:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

yakra wrote:
The I-96 changes above were partially motivated by my distaste for non-exit-numbered labels on interstates, where avoidable.
Which brings us to the case of the I-96 point on MI I-75. It's northbound Exit 48, separated almost a mile from southbound Exit 48, where the label 48 is used. I'm almost tempted to invoke a variant of the "Two separate interchanges numbered 6" rule and relabel it 48A, "Distinguish[ing] them by picking the next available letter suffix for the second interchange", where "second interchange" means the second one added chronologically. Smile
This would result in exit-numbered waypoints out of numeric order, for which there are a couplefew precedents in TX. (There's at least one example of being out of alphanumeric order in KS, and I think maybe one in CT as well.)
I guess it comes down to, what do we regard as less ugly?
I haven't made a change to the file here; I'm just floating the idea before the group to see what y'all think.


I personally would go with 48A for that instead of I-96 since it does have the exit number posted. But that's just me.
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yakra



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PostPosted: Wed Jan 27, 2016 12:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

It's not *just* you. Very Happy

Now that my idea's been seconded, I may just have to implement it... Cool

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 27, 2016 2:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

yakra wrote:
Is your PC back up & running yet?


Yep. Smile New mobo arrived today, and seems to be a good one this time. Smile
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 06, 2016 4:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

So what kinda system are you running? I need another good reminder of how far back in the stone age I am. Laughing
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yakra



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PostPosted: Sun Feb 14, 2016 1:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Finally relabeled I-96 -> 48A. Locking and moving.
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