I know I worked on that intersection a couple times...not sure what it looked like the first time but if you're saying I messed up the turn restrictions, that certainly wasn't my intention and I apologize if I missed something.
Looking at it now, it looks like it got some more edits from someone else over the past week, so kinda hard to tell what everyone's thought process is. Since I was more concerned with 290 when I went through last weekend, I most likely just did a quick check for damage and fixed apparent errors instead of reworking everything. My general thoughts whenever I use one of those bowtie things is to simplify. Unless the images in Street View are outdated, this is an intersection with quite a few turn restrictions, and it's easier to make sure they're all correct (especially the U turns) when there's only one junction there. Plus, the little segments that show up where two split roads intersect (like #) bug me. They're hard to edit and to check without zooming way in.
Looking at it in more depth now, I wonder why Rohlwing is split at all. Splitting is good for a few things--such as making sure that you're not instructed to turn across a median where there's no access, or matching the roads to the GPS tracks--and Rohlwing's not really wide enough there to justify. Plus, wherever there's a curb cut on one side, the little curb separating the lanes goes away. The EOE needs to be split because it's a freeway that just happens to end there (still permanently, I guess?). Thorndale has a Jersey barrier separating the lanes, including where the ramps to/from 290 intersect. You could probably justify splitting it all the way east to where the Jersey barriers stop, but not any further. There's no significant upside.
So if you wanna redraw the intersection with the EOE/Thorndale going straight across as a split road, that shouldn't cause problems as long as you monitor the turn restrictions. I think you were right to add the right turn lanes since they are separated (there were map problems there, right?) so definitely keep those (they don't get names).
Other than that, anything else going on there?
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