Any local editors in Drogheda?

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Re: Any local editors in Drogheda?

Postby davidg666 » Tue Nov 07, 2017 10:27 am

YanisKyr wrote:The one-way system seems to have been reversed according to the below map report. Do we have a local editor around as these changes would require rather delicate knowledge of the area?

Permalink: https://www.waze.com/editor/?env=row&lo ... t=11057760

Weird: the GPS tracks still show traffic (or something) moving in both directions. I wonder if that's a combination of traffic before the change and traffic after the change.

In any case, there's no AM for the area and no edits on a lot of roads for years. Pip (seriousarsonist) is an AM for all of Northern Ireland and border areas and his AM area stops just north of Drogheda - it might be worth asking him if he's ever as far south as Drogheda.

Failing all of that, a field trip combined with a lot of research to see what the county council has published *might* help...

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Re: Any local editors in Drogheda?

Postby davidg666 » Mon Nov 13, 2017 9:12 am

seriousarsonist wrote:Unfortunately I’m not that far south very often. I’ll happily take on a little bit more to cover Drogheda.

Have a look at this article, it’s got a simple map of the one way system implemented in August.

Thanks!

Yanis: this should help clear things up. If at all possible, it'd be good to check an official source. Have you looked for anything published by Louth county council?

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Re: Any local editors in Drogheda?

Postby davidg666 » Mon Nov 13, 2017 10:50 am

Hi Yanis,
YanisKyr wrote:That's very helpful indeed @seriousarsonist.

@davidg666 I did look for info from an official source, but couldn't find anything.

I just found this - and although it has the same image as the LMFM article, it does have a bit more text. I thought it might be useful to get the information directly from the horse's mouth, if at all possible.

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Re: Any local editors in Drogheda?

Postby seriousarsonist » Fri Nov 10, 2017 3:28 pm

davidg666 wrote:
YanisKyr wrote:The one-way system seems to have been reversed according to the below map report. Do we have a local editor around as these changes would require rather delicate knowledge of the area?

Permalink: https://www.waze.com/editor/?env=row&lo ... t=11057760

Weird: the GPS tracks still show traffic (or something) moving in both directions. I wonder if that's a combination of traffic before the change and traffic after the change.

In any case, there's no AM for the area and no edits on a lot of roads for years. Pip (seriousarsonist) is an AM for all of Northern Ireland and border areas and his AM area stops just north of Drogheda - it might be worth asking him if he's ever as far south as Drogheda.

Failing all of that, a field trip combined with a lot of research to see what the county council has published *might* help...

++David


Unfortunately I’m not that far south very often. I’ll happily take on a little bit more to cover Drogheda.

Have a look at this article, it’s got a simple map of the one way system implemented in August.


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Any local editors in Drogheda?

Postby YanisKyr » Mon Nov 06, 2017 9:30 pm

The one-way system seems to have been reversed according to the below map report. Do we have a local editor around as these changes would require rather delicate knowledge of the area?

Permalink: https://www.waze.com/editor/?env=row&lo ... t=11057760
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Re: Any local editors in Drogheda?

Postby YanisKyr » Mon Nov 13, 2017 10:06 am

That's very helpful indeed @seriousarsonist.

@davidg666 I did look for info from an official source, but couldn't find anything.
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Re: Any local editors in Drogheda?

Postby YanisKyr » Mon Nov 13, 2017 11:59 am

I get the feeling that I'm not best at searching :P

Thanks David, I'll work on this with the first opportunity. Meanwhile, judging from the very small amount of reports, we probably don't have many users in that area :)
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Re: Any local editors in Drogheda?

Postby YanisKyr » Tue Nov 21, 2017 1:41 pm

The area is now updated :)
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