Segments that act as U-Turn Issue

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Re: Segments that act as U-Turn Issue

Postby KTCAOP » Sun Sep 18, 2016 11:17 pm

Let us know!

I'd be happy to give it another look =)
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Re: Segments that act as U-Turn Issue

Postby KTCAOP » Mon Sep 19, 2016 5:43 pm

It is not the median angle that needs to change, but rather the segment incoming or outgoing.

It would be better to think of Waze checking to see if the two segments are "Parallel" or not.

In this case, while you did change the angle of the median angle, both of the side streets are parallel.

Therefore, by putting in a dogleg on either the incoming or outgoing segment using a geometry node that should fix the issue.
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Re: Segments that act as U-Turn Issue

Postby KTCAOP » Tue Sep 20, 2016 9:17 am

Each of them looks good. Most of the following is just me talking to talk :lol:

I generally dislike adding a node in the middle as it can corrupt turn timings.

With that said, adding another node in the middle of the segment causes the rule to recalculate. In that example, you will have a 90 degree incoming angle and a 0 degree outgoing angle, so the rule is still in place, however, it is only applied to a segment with its incoming and outgoing angles, or in other words, three segments.

Using the doglegs is often how to control for for divided roads which do have a left turn attached.

So for this example - let us say that only the West back to East U-Turn is allowed, but the East back to West is not. if you set the segment to be under 15m, you can put in a dogleg to allow the U-Turn in one direction but not the other.

I see that regularly here in the United States.

Because using turn restrictions will prevent left turns through the median segment, there is not another way to control a U-Turn like that for a divided highway unless you use a Bowtie Junction.

(By the way, going around with shift + Z activated I noticed that these turns are restricted in all directions - is that intentional?)

Again each of the examples look good! Please let us know if you have any questions!
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Re: Segments that act as U-Turn Issue

Postby KTCAOP » Fri Sep 30, 2016 4:12 pm

Yay!

Glad that it all worked out! If you ever do need any other assistance, please feel free to let us know!
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