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If a town has multiple services it will just show the town icon. A green icon designates that the town has all service types. An orange icon designates that the town has limited service and touching the icon will show what types of services exist within the dialog. A red town icon designates that there are no services in the town. If a food service exists outside of a town, it will show the blue icon. I'm seeing two of these on the TransAm section 1 data.Thanks for the reply. So if I turn only lodging on, then view the map, I see the ACA lodging icons along the entire section of the route. I tap an icon and see something like "Holiday Inn .2 miles of route." Then I can click that popup and see the service's street address and phone number. Why doesn't it work the same for food? If I turn food on I see only those 2 icons on the entire first section.
When turning Adventure Cycling service data on and off you do not need to hit the "Go" button after toggling the switches. Hitting the "Go" button does perform a search against the Google maps API and that is why you are seeing the Google icons in your second screen shot.
Hope this helps.
Do the people following your tour really care exactly what roads you use? If not the tracking may not really add much useful info. I found that my friends and family were fine with a short text entry each day saying where I was staying, how far I rode, and mentioning any interesting points or events along the way. They especially like it if I add some pictures and interesting anecdotes now and then.
Thank you for your response. I am trying to record my tour to show to others via blog.Do the people following your tour really care exactly what roads you use? If not the tracking may not really add much useful info. I found that my friends and family were fine with a short text entry each day saying where I was staying, how far I rode, and mentioning any interesting points or events along the way. They especially like it if I add some pictures and interesting anecdotes now and then.
I believe the main reason for routing thru Canada is to shorten and make easier the route as staying in the US either requires crossing the Grand Island bridges or going around Grand Island.