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New York/Speed limits
New York follow the national guidelines for adding speed limits to the map. There are a few items left up to local guidance which will be enumerated below.
National guidance recap
- The ONLY speed limits which should be added to the map are Regulatory Speed Limits. These are marked with black lettering on white rectangular signs.
- Speed limits should change where they legally go in effect. When a speed limit changes in the middle of a segment, a new junction should added to support the SL change. However a new junction should never be added for a SL if it will be within 200 feet of an existing junction, or potential junction.
Work zone speed limits
We only consider the regulatory signs, and never map advisory speed limits.
- Interim guidance in NY until the Speed Limit feature goes live to production to production in the client app.
- Only add Work Zone SLs if they are anticipated to persist more than a year.
- For projects expected to last less than a year:
- Add the regular underlying SL to the segments
- Document the WZ SL as a note in a UR with the keyword
mph WZincluded in the text.
- After the Speed Limit feature goes live in the production client app adding WZ SLs to segments will generally be allowed.
- Typically only projects which are expected to last at least 3 months should be added to the map.
- The underlying SL, and expected project completion date should be documented in a [CONSTRUCTION] UR with the keyword
mphincluded in the text.
- Projects of shorter duration may be added as well, IF the editor has access to frequent status updates on the project, and is willing to monitor and adjust as soon as the SL is restored.