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Instead of tracing you could try this Polygon to Centerline tool: http://www.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=bc642731870740aabf48134f90aa6165 I have heard some people have had problems with it and others have gotten it to work just fine but it might be worth a shot and save you a lot of time instead of tracing. There is also a tool called Collapse Polyline ...
To make this an answer for others: Here those roads are called Frontage Roads. So the road that runs along side I-35 is simply I-35 NB Frontage for the northbound, SB for the southbound. I am not sure if that is a universal naming method or not. Since you are using a road network you will need to give the roads proper classification and possibly ...
Thanks for your advice. However, the lines must run along existing roads (marking the buses lines) and this is my main problem. Using these plug-ins I combine points with stright lines.
It is possible. But it's not as easy as performing a query in Google Earth/Maps. You will need a dataset of Street Data. I recommend using Open Street Map data See this Q&A on downloading OSM data. From that download, you will need to work on the KML. Depending on whether you are working on a static map or a dynamic map, will determine what ...
You can also try Points2One plugin. It converts points to lines.
There is an experimental QGIS plugin (you need to mark "Show also experimental plugins" in Plugins|Settings) named PointsToPaths that converts points to lines with verticies grouped by a text or integer field and ordered by an integer or date string field. You can try out it.
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