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You can request maps on this page. Your request will then be handled by a participant of the maps department. Instructions and guidelines are provided below. Requests will typically be handled by a member of the maps department; however, they can be completed by anyone willing to take on the request.

Guidelines

Important If you can create a KML file for the article, please do so, and note the existence of the KML in your request. KML files can be imported into GIS software, which may significantly expedite your request.

  • Please be respectful. There is a limit of one requested map per editor and 5 requested maps per state at any time. This is to give the map creators enough time to create the requested maps while working at their own pace and leisure. Please do not request another map until previous requests have closed unless:
    1. The additional requests are the result of a GAN, FAC, or ACR reviewer holding or opposing an article in one of those venues over the lack of a map or
    2. One month has passed since the request was filed.
    3. Any additional requests that do not meet either of these criteria will be removed.
  • We ask that articles be improved to the "B-Class" assessment level before requesting a map. You may request a map for any article, but articles that are B-Class or higher will have their request expedited.
  • Requests for articles assessed as Stub-Class will be removed after three months if it has not been filled and the article has not been improved to at least Start-Class by that time.
Requesting a new map
  1. Click the map request link at the bottom of this table.
  2. Enter the article's class
  3. Type in "New map" in the action required box
  4. Leave a short blurb regarding your request in the comments section, such as any special instructions for the cartographer. At the end of your comments, please sign.
  5. Make note if there is a KML file and link to it
  6. Save the page.
Requesting a corrected map
  1. Click the map request link at the bottom of this table.
  2. Enter the article's class
  3. Type in "Correction to existing map" in the action required box
  4. Link to the map like this [[:File:<link to map>]]. Leave a short blurb explaining what is wrong with the map in the comments section. At the end of your comments, please sign.
  5. Make note if there is a KML file and link to it
  6. Save the page.
Completing a request
  • To accept a request, please do so by typing '''Accepted''' in your response to the request or simply make the map.
  • To decline a request, mark the request with {{Not done}} and explain why the file was not made.
  • Upload all files to Commons and post in the appropriate section below with {{done}} [[:File:<link to map>]] ~~~~.
  • If a request is resolved and {{Done}} or {{Not done}} are not applicable, mark it with {{User:ClueBot III/ArchiveNow}}
  • Marked requests will be archived automatically.
Click here to request a new map.

Georgia State Route 117[edit]

  • Class: Start-Class article Start-Class article
  • Action required: Correction to existing map
  • Comments: The map for Georgia State Route 117 needs updating. The section in Dublin, and the possible portion between the one already shown and the Dublin section, are not shown on the map. Allen (Morriswa) (talk) 01:29, 5 December 2013 (UTC)
  • KML: No
  • Status: New request
@Morriswa: Could you provide a KML? The base map data I have does not show the Dublin bypass over which SR 117 travels. –Fredddie 03:22, 29 December 2013 (UTC)
I'm at work now, so I can't do that. If you use Google Street View, you will see that SR&nsbp;117 travels along the Dublin bypass (clearly marked). Allen (Morriswa) (talk) 03:37, 29 December 2013 (UTC)
I think he means that his GIS data doesn't show the bypass, not that he doesn't know where it is. TCN7JM 03:42, 29 December 2013 (UTC)
TCN7JM is correct. Without a KML, I can select the road segments manually and go from there. In this case, there are no road segments to select. –Fredddie 04:02, 29 December 2013 (UTC)
@Morriswa: Please see above. Your map can not be created unless you provide a KML file. --AdmrBoltz 14:57, 31 January 2014 (UTC)
@Morriswa: Any progress on the KML? –Fredddie 21:15, 12 February 2014 (UTC)
No, sorry. My computer has been running very slow lately, and I don't think I should try to work on it. :-( Allen (Morriswa) (talk) 21:23, 12 February 2014 (UTC)

U.S. Route 220 in North Carolina[edit]

  • Class: Start-Class article Start-Class article
  • Action required: New map
  • Comments: US 220 in NC should not make any changes for the next few years, recommend creating a new map for it now; there is a google map ref available, but no KML. --WashuOtaku (talk) 16:35, 5 January 2014 (UTC)
  • KML: No
  • Status: New request

Interstate 73 in North Carolina[edit]

  • Class: Start-Class article Start-Class article
  • Action required: New map
  • Comments: I-73 has now one continious section in NC completed; new sections will not be added for a couple of years. No KML available, but a google map ref exists. --WashuOtaku (talk) 16:38, 5 January 2014 (UTC)
  • KML: No
  • Status: New request

Interstate 74 in North Carolina[edit]

  • Class: Start-Class article Start-Class article
  • Action required: Correction to existing map
  • Comments: I-74 has extended bigger in the center section in 2013; no new section to be added for at least another year or two from now. --WashuOtaku (talk) 16:40, 5 January 2014 (UTC)
  • KML: No
  • Status: New request

Interstate 495 (North Carolina)[edit]

  • Class: C-Class article C-Class article
  • Action required: New map
  • Comments: Recently added Interstate in NC. Section only 4.09 miles long in Raleigh, with Future section continuing northeast to Rocky Mount (via US 64). Future section will take several years to upgrade to Interstate standards. No KML, but Google maps and NCDOT maps available. --WashuOtaku (talk) 16:44, 5 January 2014 (UTC)
  • KML: No
  • Status: New request

US 66 state-detail KMLs[edit]

  • Class: Unknown-Class article Unknown-Class article
  • Action required: New KMLs
  • KML: That's what this request will create!
  • Status: New request
  • Comments: Of the US 66 articles, only the Kansas state-detail article has a KML. If a few of us take a few days, we can get them knocked out. I think it would be neat if we could show how the route changed, say go every 10 years, so we can show the route in 1926, 1936, 1946, 1956, 1966, 1976, and upon decommissioning. If someone has a better idea of time period milestones, please speak up. Anyway, I'm looking for help to make KMLs for US 66. I am willing to compile the state KMLs into one mega file for the main US 66 article. –Fredddie 01:44, 4 February 2014 (UTC)
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North Carolina Highway 133[edit]

  • Class: C-Class article C-Class article
  • Action required: New map
  • Comments: None — Preceding unsigned comment added by Ncchild (talkcontribs)
  • KML: No
  • Status: New request

Florida State Road 56[edit]

  • Class: Start-Class article Start-Class article
  • Action required: New map
  • Comments: The road is a relatively short road.PointsofNoReturn (talk) 19:55, 15 April 2014 (UTC)
  • KML: No
  • Status: New request