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Map of all unsealed roads in New Zealand

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This topic contains 67 replies, has 21 voices, and was last updated by Profile photo of Eddieb Eddieb 1 week, 3 days ago.

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  • #13662
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    Mark Claasen
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    • Location : Auckland, NorthShore
    • Bike : 1200GSA KLR650NE WR450 RMX250, DR750,

    How do we adjust this if bits are missing ?

    #13663
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    Joao de Almeida Tenreiro
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    • Location : Auckland
    • Bike : R1200GS

    Bits Will be missing, because this is sourced from LINZ, the best way us to note it and inform LINZ.
    We then refresh the data from them.

    Cheers
    Joao

    #13907
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    SteveX
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    • Location : Auckland
    • Bike : Honda CRF100L Africa Twin & Suzuki DRZ400E

    Thanks guys – a really useful resource. Loads into Basecamp without issues. Cheers!

    #17851
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    OldBeer
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    • Location : Auckland
    • Bike : DL650, DRZ250, 1992 Africa Twin! (Temporarily)

    I am wondering if, how and when this map gets updated.

    I know some of it is out of date. For example, the bottom end of SH22 from Pukekohe to the Raglan road, is all sealed road. I rode this twice in the last week. The map shows a large section of it (Ohautira Road) as unsealed.

    #17854
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    Eddieb
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    • Location : Hamilton
    • Bike : Highly modified Suzuki DR650

    It would need to be updated manually by @isaac_bain, the LINZ data would need to be downloaded again and Isaac had to do a bit of data manipulation last time to make it usable and relevant.

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    Isaac Bain
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    I’d be happy to update it, if there were some large-ish areas that have since changed. It is probably not worth manually altering individual roads, so we would need the LINZ road centrelines dataset (where we source the road surface information) to first reflect any actual road surface changes.

    In the case of this particular road; the LINZ road dataset (updated 13-FEB-2017) is still showing the same information as the map.

    #17856
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    OldBeer
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    • Location : Auckland
    • Bike : DL650, DRZ250, 1992 Africa Twin! (Temporarily)

    Thanks Isaac. I guess there’s not a lot of reasons for linz to update the dataset.
    Can I suggest that the page/map is tagged to say some roads may be sealed by now? Its still a great planning resource.

    #18749
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    Eddieb
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    • Location : Hamilton
    • Bike : Highly modified Suzuki DR650

    @oldbeer said:
    Thanks Isaac. I guess there’s not a lot of reasons for linz to update the dataset.
    Can I suggest that the page/map is tagged to say some roads may be sealed by now? Its still a great planning resource.

    Sorry I missed this, I’ve added a proviso statement above the map to reflect that this is possible.

    This map is based off data provided by Land Information New Zealand (LINZ), changes to a roads status since the LINZ data was last updated e.g roads being sealed or temporarily or permanently closed will not be reflected in the map below.

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