Darryl-BHP wrote:Driving on one side of the road or the other is country-specific and is not the reason for road directions getting automatically changed. This happens only because the combined width of the two directions of the road isn't enough for the average phone GPS to differentiate between them. You can see this for yourself by going to the map editing page ('Cartouche') and turning on the 'GPS Points' layer to view the tracks along a city street that has been created as two one-way roads. For most such roads that I have reviewed, almost all tracks in both directions appear along one side/direction and the other 'road' is practically free of GPS tracks.
Darryl-BHP wrote:And don't forget to create appropriate turn restrictions at junctions where there isn't a gap in the road divider!
cshubhra wrote:I personally find that having roads with dividers as two one way roads is better. It automatically restricts U turns, except at allowed places.
cshubhra wrote: I will keep the two one way roads locked, to avoid turning them to two-way roads!
cshubhra wrote:Another problem in Kolkata ... most people don't respect one way roads, and often drive in the other direction!!!
cshubhra wrote: they are very few, and very non-regular.
lunarplexus wrote:You know what's funny about BRTs? the Delhi Government makes 'Bus RAPID Transit' lanes and then puts speed breakers in them! HA! Freaking genius.
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