AlanOfTheBerg wrote:Not sure what the "waze's tweet" you are referring to
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:The next version of Papyrus, release tbd, should have an updated gps points layer.
gettingthere wrote:Since the editor is now released it should be safe to assume that the GPS layer is no longer experimental and is now fully functional.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:they are on an aggressive timeline to remove Cartouche from availability, even still missing some features. At the Palo Alto meetup, we let them know the essential features we think still need to get into Papyrus (rename coming) before Cartouche is no longer available. I would love to give you the short list right now, but it's not in my notes.
Dave2084 wrote:The A46 junctions with the A6097 and A52 opened to traffic along a new route on 25 November, three weeks later there are still no tracks. The road has been on the live map for about 10 days.
The new road is a major highway labelled A46 (N) and A46 (S), whereas the old route (which has GPS traces) is now a street and is named Fosse Way (which is an old Roman road if you are interested!)
The few traces that are there were there before the road opened as one of the construction crew seems to be a Wazer (handy for placing the road path before it opens!)
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