Are city boundaries required to complete a city? Not lazy, just curious😀

Are city boundaries required to complete a city? Pasadena CA is big. Not lazy, just curious😀.

I’m not quite certain what you mean. You don’t need to literally run along the boundary. To complete a city, you need to complete all streets. To complete a street, you need to capture 90% of the nodes that define that street. (Nodes are captured when your GPS trace gets close enough to them.)

For streets that cross boundaries between cities, there is often a node right at the boundary. But, if the city boundary goes through some woods, for example, you won’t need to go in there to travel the boundary.

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Hi, I think that does answer my question. I am asking if I have to run the perimeter of the city. From what you said, I do not. Is that correct? Many thanks!

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Correct. You do not need to run the literal perimeter.

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Great! I’ve wonder for awhile. Thanks!

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We just finished Peoria, IL and our stat is at 100% and we didn’t run the border. :slight_smile: