This is the standard method of marking bike and especially bus routes; is there a way to verify that a route is complete and unique?

asked 18 Jul '10, 04:03

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The only one I've used recently is http://betaplace.emaitie.de/webapps.relation-analyzer/ but I'm unsure on its support for forward and backward roles. Regardless, it's a very good tool for checking for gaps.

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answered 19 Jul '10, 11:04

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Nope - 27 unconnected segments. Nakor's awesome tool works with the directional roles (north/south/east/west) common on U.S. road relations, but not with forward/backward.

(19 Jul '10, 11:23) NE2
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