Talk:National roads in Greece
New National Road EO90 on Crete - Heraklion
There are some streets tagged with ref=EO90, which are not part of the route, I believe! Does anybody have an idea why these road are tagged with ref=EO90:
- Part of Leoforos Knossou south of the highway: http://www.openstreetmap.org/browse/way/30877860
- Part of Leoforos Knossou north of the highway: http://www.openstreetmap.org/browse/way/26695753
There might be a confusion! The European route E75 goes along a big part with the EO90. And the E75 also connects to the port of Heraklion using the Leoforos Knossou. But the EO90 does not connect to the port, does it? But anyhow, that must be only the part north of the highway, right?
Any suggestions, how to clean this up? (I believe I will soon just remove those extra EO90-tags, anyhow the roads are not part of the EO90-relation.) Zeptomoon 14:58, 16 June 2010 (UTC)
"New National Road" EO90 -- E75 and E65 on Crete
The "New National Road" EO90 is most of the time equal to the E75.
But east of Hania, it goes together with the E65: http://el.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ευρωπαϊκή_Οδός_65
Some Roads east of Hania are still (falsely) member of the E75: http://www.openstreetmap.org/browse/way/25636080
I'll fix that, if I find out how to manage relations better. Zeptomoon 14:30, 17 June 2010 (UTC)
1998 revision of National Roads
According to wikipedia:Highways in Greece, there have been some more recent revisions to the 1963 document:
In 1998, a survey of the Hellenic Statistical Authority defined some new national roads that were constructed after the 1963 decision.
See the WP page for the revised list.