xtago wrote:If you select a segment and it is connected to a junction point then you'll see red or green arrows, if you don't get the arrows then the segment isn't connected to a junction point.
I don't think you're understanding the point wine4sure was getting at: unterminated segments. These are most often dead-end streets that don't have a termination junction at the end, caused most often by inexperienced editors (I've done it in the past, until I found out, as well). The junction needs to be at the end so the client can handle navigation properly, if I understand it correctly.
The dead end roads I've done haven't needed a junction at the dead end and still worked with navigation, you will need the dead end as a 2 way street.
The street numbering will allow for a better navigation end point as it'll have a better referance point to use along the segment.
though, if you did want a Junction on the dead end, you would just lay a very small brand new road from or to the dead end side not connected to anything else.
which makes a new junction at the dead end then delete the new road segment and the junction will stay on the dead end side.
Then save the edits made and all done.
Very quick and simple to do.
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