GeoData S.A. announces the release of the new version 3.00 of its navigable map with full Greece coverage.
The new version is offered to users as per our policy of free, regular and substantial updates, and includes the following main changes:
Starting with this version, point addresses are supported*, for example, "67th klm of Athens-Thessaloniki national road".
For the time being it is available for the following road segments: Athens-Thessaloniki, Attiki Odos, Athens-Korinthos, Korinthos-Patra, Tripoli-Kalamata, Tripoli-Sparti, Athens-Sounion, Chalkida-Schimatari, Thiva-Livadia, Athens-Thiva, Lamia-Karditsa, Larissa-Trikala, Larissa-Volos, Larissa-Kozani, Karditsa-Trikala and Trikala-Grevena. Additionally, point addresses are available at a building level for Athens municipality and West Thessaloniki. This method results in increased accuracy, especially in industrial and labour-residential areas, and the ability to handle composite address numberings such as "8-10" & "55A".
This is the first version that supports speed limits*. Speed limits are available for the following road segments: Athens-Thessaloniki, Athens-Korinthos, Korinthos-Patra, Korinthos-Tripoli, Tripoli-Kalamata, part of Via Egnatia and Athens-Thiva. In Attica, it is available for Attiki Odos, Kiffisos, Khfissias, Mesogeion, Katechaki, Schistou, Athinon, Syggrou, Chassias, Aigaleo ring, NATO, Vouliagmenis, Poseidonos, Vari-Koropi, Amfitheas, Veikou, Galatsi ring, Lavriou, Marathonos, Dionyssos-Nea Makri, Athens-Sounio, Anavyssos-Keratea, Markopoulou, Anavyssou, Agias Marinas and many other minor segments of the network.
Traffic direction indications.
Starting with this version, traffic flow direction is indicated using arrows.
Updates and additions of road network.
Street numbering updates: Mandra, Magoula, Fyli, Ano Liosia, Zephyri, Menidi, and Athens and Thessaloniki municipalities.
New segments added: Tripoli-Kalamata national road, Loutraki detour, Farkadona, Gerakari and Omalio (Larissa) detours, streets alongside Glafkos river (Patra), Lambou Mylous (Lesvos) detour.
Corrections have been included based upon many new and some older submitted user reports.
Next update is scheduled for September 2013.
(*on compatible GARMIN devices)