Wajo357 wrote:WeeeZer14 wrote:The ramp from 87 had "R.F.K. Brg" so I just matched that.
- If we move Exit 48 earlier, it is "too" early and I don't know how well a junction with 3 exit paths works.
- If we extend 278 up to Exit 48, we make the exit for 87 too late.
- If we make the split with Exit 47 into an unnamed segment leading to Exit 48 and the continuation on 278, Exit 48 performs well, but continuation on 278 would be a right/left combo instead of just a "right".
I can rig some parallel segments of 278, but that just asks for someone to come and "fix" it. But that may be the best course.
I think your best options is the one bolded above. Waze will give enough warning of the "Exit Left THEN Exit Right" that the driver should know what to do.
Here is what the BGS shows (unless it has been changed of course).
So to stay on 278, you would get:
Exit right to I-278 E / Bruckner Expy / New Haven then keep left to I-278 E / Bruckner Expy / New Haven
And the exit would give you:
Exit right at Exit 48: E 138 St then exit right at Exit 48: E 138 St
Not wrong, but a little chatty.