crazycomputingdotnet wrote:Doing both. Tampa / St Pete has not been touched much except major highways, and even then hasn't been that good. So It has been primarilly fixing the import and adding new neighborhoods as needed. I have been working on St Pete for the last few months, and I normally can get 500-800 edits a day depending on how many breaks I take. I have been doing the same amount of work and have been getting ~300-400 edits.
If you're drawing new neighborhoods, you're going to get fewer points for sure. This is something that they need to adjust with the points scheme.
Before, if you drew in a neighborhood, then set direction, then named the streets, then set the turn restrictions, you got 4 edits per segment. Now, you only get one edit per segment, whether you edit it once or 4 times. Even during cleanup, there are things that used to give you two edits that will now only give you one...for instance, set a street to two-way and then adjust the geometry, or change the name.
In my situation, most new areas are already there, but when I do cleanup, I'll come across new neighborhoods and draw them in, but it's always a mix of the two, so I haven't noticed how bad it is for drawing new streets.
Also, the more you do this, the more efficient you get and can do a lot more in a shorter time.