Development on version 2.x (Iberian Peninsula Project)

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soybetico1997
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25 Nov 2019 01:21

As Spanish driver, I have to say that the speed limit for cars have been lowered from 100km/h to 90 km/h in ALL conventional roads without physical separation between both lanes.

For trucks there has been no changes.
At highways (autopistas) and freeways (autovías) there is no change.
Sorry for bad English :?

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25 Nov 2019 03:18

Okay, thank you for the information guys. We'll change the speed limits accordingly ;)
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28 Nov 2019 11:35

Just curious,

What percentage of Iberia (+Other territories owned by Spain and Portugal) is actually finished? 50%? 70%?

Again, i know it's ready when it's ready, but just curious.
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28 Nov 2019 12:49

I would like to know this as well, again, I also know that its done when its done, I would rather have to wait longer for a well made map than a week for a map like TSM if you know what I mean. Just out of pure curiosity, would it be possible to make a google maps map or whatever, like what other dev blogs have done, to show what has already been completed or what the plan is.

Maybe something like this example from the Northern Scandinavia team: https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/viewe ... 875005&z=5 or similar. Thank you :D

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28 Nov 2019 13:14

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1oIuZu ... sp=sharing

For now it doesn't show any roads that will be in 2.5 because I don't want to give away which roads will be coming out
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28 Nov 2019 17:07

nice idea !
only "Ciudad Real" is planned for 2.5? And why you don't want to give away which roads will be coming out
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28 Nov 2019 19:26

Nice map made :D
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29 Nov 2019 00:21

U&I wrote:
28 Nov 2019 17:07
And why you don't want to give away which roads will be coming out
Because there will be people who will say "you should have added this and that", and "is that it? I wanted more!" Also, who doesn't want a surprise? :P
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29 Nov 2019 13:35

yeah, surprise are always good ! :D
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29 Nov 2019 20:54

yeah you're right ^^
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