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Id Creator Description Created at Last changed
closed 203767 coleman

Fix inaccurate coastline geometry

about 1 month ago 1 day ago
closed 194010

bounds: (29.2326,-82.1704 - 29.1652,-82.0039)
http://www.openstreetmap.org/?box=yes&notes=yes&bbox=-82.1704%2C29.1652%2C-82.0039%2C29.2326
Map is missing data here. NE 33rd Court is not showing on the map. It is just west of NE 36th Ave. off of NE 24th Street. This street has existed for at least 6 years.

about 2 months ago 2 days ago
closed 225926 grouper

Missing streets and streets with no names.

12 days ago 2 days ago
closed 227286

Incorrect speed limit. Reported speed limit is 10 km/h
Reported using Wisepilot map reporter

10 days ago 5 days ago
closed 226500

This is an unnamed trail, it is NOT Oasis Trail !!

11 days ago 5 days ago
closed 226502

Smith Lane is NOT on the east side of Kansas Rd. This is an unnamed private trail.

11 days ago 5 days ago
closed 226503

Smith Lane ends before this curve. It is an unnamed private trail west of this point.

11 days ago 5 days ago
closed 226504

This is not a road. It is a power line easement.

11 days ago 5 days ago
closed 161778

Not all of the I-4/Selmon Expressway connector ramps are shown. The entire project was opened to traffic around New Years 2014. The I-4 westbound to Selmon Expressway westbound ramp is still shown as under construction and doesn't extend all the way to the Selmon Expwy. There are a couple of truck-only ramps that connect to 22nd street. Exit 9 from westbound Selmon Expwy to 22nd street has been moved. Instead of being located south of the IKEA building, it is now close to where the two overpasses currently shown (between the connector & Selmon) are located. The offramp to 22nd St rises, merges with one of the ramps from the connector before descending to 22nd St. The bridge over the railroad track in the median of I-4 has been torn down. See:
http://tbinterstates.com/projects/projectinfo.asp?projectID=175&RoadID=3

A visual overview of the project can be found here (direct link to the graphic):
http://previews.urscreativeimaging.com/future_projects/CrossTown-Board-2008/CrossTown.html

I completely understand that you cannot copy copyrighted materials (I'm a Wikipedia & Wikivoyage editor)!! I am not sure if the graphic is subject to copyright or not. The website says "(c) 1996-2014 Florida Department of Transportation". However, works by the Florida government aren't subject to copyright. The image is hosted by "urscreativeimaging"; URS was a contractor on the project, but there is no URS logo on the image, only logos of state agencies and no copyright notice (not that one is needed to assert copyright). So basically, there is a graphic that you might be able to use if you determine it's not copyrighted (or assume it isn't).

4 months ago 9 days ago
closed 225345 grouper

Is Brocten Way for real? I think it is non-existent / tiger artifact. It looks to me from aerials, Leon County Property Appraiser and Leon County GIS that Brockton Rd is a for real road to the east, whereas Brocten Way is bogus tiger road.

12 days ago 12 days ago

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