Fred, survivor of 16 years bike commuting there.
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... assuming that the data continues to be distributed in gpx format
11. Consistently organize and name the folders and files for each route, including case and blanks in directory and file names.
12. Have contiguous route segments, gpx rte elements, share a route point (gpx rtept). This make display of the overall route appear as one, instead of a bunch of separate and disconnected segments. Accidental violations of this are the most common reason I write Jennifer.
I am still unsure of what Jennifer meant by "Do you like/use the sample routes provided?". Can you cite an example of a sample route? In 3 Fred seems to imply a sample route just corresponds to the route as shown on a paper map panel.