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Tom Tom Map Corrections

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  • On the NCT centres? In Dublin, there's one in Dean's Grange off Kill Lane, another in Fonthill at the Liffey Valley Centre, I think, and another on Greenhills Road. There are others all over the country; they should be mapped as POIs - it's one thing everyone's going to visit, and heavens, you're in such a panic if you can't find the place!




  • It commences at Church Road close to Tyrrelstown and joins the N2 at the Cherryhound interchange. Six roundabouts have been constructed along the route to link with existing local roads and provide access points to future development lands

    I've found a photo of the layout the section outlined in yellow would be route




  • Can you tell me is this as it should be?
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  • yeah that looks about right




  • Thanks,
    I get a report together & get it to TT.


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  • KoolKid wrote: »
    Thanks,
    I get a report together & get it to TT.

    And while you're at it, maybe mention that they should put NCT centres in the Points of Interest. (I wonder do they have MOT centres as a POI in their British maps. Should.)




  • helvete wrote: »
    yeah that looks about right

    Sent that off..I'd be hoping for a quick turnaround on this...
    And while you're at it, maybe mention that they should put NCT centres in the Points of Interest. (I wonder do they have MOT centres as a POI in their British maps. Should.)

    I passed this on in a recent discussion & questionnaire.




  • Ah, thanks, Koolkid. I wonder if they'll make a POI with it, or if some other satnav company will. Last time I was going for an NCT I nearly had an accident as I tried to navigate my way along the M50 in a frantic state while being given instructions by the lovely, kind, calming (if that had been possible) people in the help centre for the NCT.


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