|Kentucky, United States|
|Latitude: (38.2, Longitude: -84.88|
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Kentucky is a state in United States at latitude 38° 12′ 0″ North, longitude 84° 52′ 48″ West.
Some highways are moving from the old way-based tagging scheme to the new route relations.
|Number||Super-relation||Relation||Status and notes|
|64|| From Indiana state line to Lexington. One relation for both directions, with |
|65|| From Louisville to Tennessee state line. Both directions, |
|71|| Complete. One relation for both directions, with |
|275|| Complete. One relation covers both directions, with |
|471|| Complete. Both directions, |
Tag these routes as
|Name||Relation||Status and notes|
|Bluegrass|| Complete. One relation for both directions, with |
|Cumberland|| Complete. One relation for both directions, with |
|Mountain|| Complete. One relation for both directions, with |
|Mountain Pky Extension||Complete. One relation, no roles (super two only has one way)|
|Natcher|| Complete. One relations for both direction, with |
| Hal Rogers
(previously Daniel Boone)
Tag these routes as network=US:KY. Use one relation for both directions if the route divides, with role=north, south, east, or west as appropriate depending on the nominal direction of the route (listed in the Direction column below, if known). (In Potlatch, the "role" is the little textbox on the same row as the relation.)
|4||inner/outer||complete; possibly needs more tags|
|AA||N/S||Complete. Both branches share the same relation.|
County borders were originally supplied by the USGS. The following counties' borders are being assigned to relations, merged with adjacent county borders (rather than overlapping them), and attached to TIGER ways and river center-lines (where appropriate) for improved accuracy.
When "TIGERifying" county borders, please ensure that any road crossing a county line is joined up properly. The roads seem to have been imported county-by-county, causing the roads to be disconnected. In particular, "county line roads" are usually duplicated, so one county's copy should be deleted and that county's roads should be reconnected to the remaining copy.
|Name||Relation||Status and notes|
|Bracken||Aligned with TIGER/Line 2008 boundaries along northern border with Clermont Co., OH.|
|Boone||Aligned with TIGER/Line 2008 boundaries along northern border with Hamilton Co., OH.|
|Campbell||Aligned with TIGER/Line 2008 boundaries along northern border with Hamilton and Clermont Cos., OH.|
|Kenton||Aligned with TIGER/Line 2008 boundaries along northern border with Hamilton Co., OH.|
|Pendleton||Aligned with TIGER/Line 2008 boundaries along northern border with Clermont Co., OH.|
- Louisville, Kentucky
- Bardstown, Kentucky
- Elizabethtown, Kentucky
- Lexington, Kentucky
- Northern Kentucky
Lots of links can be found at U of L's GIS department's site. See here.
- United States Numbered Highway Relations
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