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  # 1794536 4-Jun-2017 12:39
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FYI: WHK/AP was moved a few years ago but your data still has it in the old location. If I navigate in Street View to the current location then the address shows up as 13 Quay St (facing away from the river, the cabinet is on the little patch of grass with the manhole). I think the Cabinet Type is outdated too as the current one is ~1.5 m high and I'm pretty sure that it's double bay.


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  # 1794544 4-Jun-2017 14:01
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stubbed:

 

Have updated the Chorus layer, FYI: https://gis.geek.nz/chorus

 

Still working on exchange data, wanted to get this up asap.

 

 

Defiantly looking good, another nice addition would be the boundaries for each cabnet





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  # 1794569 4-Jun-2017 15:29
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@Behodar all the location information comes directly from Chorus - https://www.chorus.co.nz/our-network/about/network-build-update - I plan to have a "user contributed notes" section at some stage in the future for this sort of information, but as I process the data in bulk I don't have a mechanism that's sustainable for one-off edits.

 

@hyperman if anyone has the shape files they can send it to me and I'll see what I can do!


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  # 1794572 4-Jun-2017 15:34
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https://www.chorus.co.nz/file/74071/Cabinetization_Coverage_May16.zip

 

just over a year old but should be a good start :)





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  # 1794600 4-Jun-2017 17:28
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@hyperman I should have stipulated, I've tried to use those in the past but they appear to be extremely incomplete, eg:

 

 

The shape file only lists ~170 cabinets, when there's 7000+

 

 


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