The site has expanded its coverage to Iowa! The third state featured on the site is Iowa, which is probably no surprise to anyone who has seen the Trip Blog. Since I finished Routesnapping Iowa, which is to get a photo of a route marker for every route in the state (above county level), I could provide photos for every route in the state. So every route in Iowa can have photos and information now! Last night, I released all the Iowa pages for public viewing, and the Midwest page was reworked to show options for BOTH Indiana and Iowa!
I have also been working on updating pages, so the jargon on each page will have a link to the glossary. I want this website to be the most accessible to those just learning about roadway design or Roadgeek hobbies. We want to welcome people into the Roadgeek community, not scare them away by making ourselves sound like know-it-alls! I want everything on this website to be easy to understand--if there's anything you have a hard time understanding, please let me know so I can rewrite it. I want to lower the barriers to entry as much as possible, so any obscure words should be explained to those who need it. That's why jargon on the site will link to a definition in the glossary, so you can figure out what the hell I'm talking about. That's going to require sifting through every page created so far on the site, so this is going to take a long time.
For now, check out the debut of the Iowa page, with every state route in Iowa!
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