AndyPoms wrote:Well, first off, please ensure both roads meet the Criteria for being split.
Then, look at the Junction Style Guide.
Also, the short segments in the middle of the intersection should be unnamed ("No Street" checked) & less than 15m (10m in some places). Those two items should prevent the U-Turn automatically.
davipt wrote:15m on ROW seems to be the limit. I've just fixed a split road with three u-turn connections and waze sent me to the third one because the first two were 14m and the third 16.
AndyPoms wrote:Wow, that area is a mess... Most of the roads that are typed as "Street" shouldn't be split in that area.
If you follow Boul du Séminaire Nord south from that intersection, you'll see several different styles of junctions. All of which can be greatly simplified by unsplitting the side streets (but this isn't something a level 1 should tackle with out assistance, as the work has to be done in a particular method to preserve some underlying data.
Canada is on the NA Infrastructure (along with the US), and I think that the connections have to be less than 10m to prevent a U-Turn, but I'm not sure...
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:My gut reaction is to say that a bowtie may be a good way to deal with this.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:Yeah, all segments meet at a single junction. Not everyone likes them, but they do work very well.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:zadigre wrote:Waze should add a section for this type of junctions in the wiki...
it would be quite easier if we had a clear picture of what should and shouldn't be done in those situations.
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