Geez, you would think that a group of people trying to contribute to a positive outcome for others would be easy, but heh, I guess my 30+ years of computer programming (ranging from machine language entered in binary form to C++) has me clueless.
Anyway, I've got a road that's marked on the map with a start point (A) and end point (B), but part-way in there is a rail-road crossing (visible on the web map) that delineates one-way versus two-way. In other words, the short part of the road that approaches the rail-road crossing is one-way, but after that it becomes two-way (because it becomes an entrance point to a local bike path).
How do I split the road that the railroad crossing (actually a very small one-way bridge under the train track), so I can update the map so that for people seeking the shortest route going in the same-direction path, this road can be used? However, for those seeking the shortest route in the opposite direction, it is not available.
The question can be compressed to be, how can I insert an "A, B, C..." point?
Woonsocket, RI 02895
On Davision Ave between Manville and the train tracks is one-way east-bound. From that point forward, Davison Ave is two-way.
Note: I'm a retired military veteran who has little to do with his time except contribute to the community (any community I suppose). Surely I won't rack up the mileage of most of you, but I'm willing to invest my time and effort to make things better for others.
Why make it so hard?