txemt wrote:I'm not convinced. Because the exit then splits off, I don't see why someone needs to make the ramp a freeway. I'm also not convinced on why the segment anti-S-crap created needs to be a ramp.If that's the case, then why don't we do that at every exit on the interstates throughout the country.
It's not a run-of-the-mill exit, it's the end of an interstate. The split is a decision point. 696 ends and you have to decide whether to go east or west on 96, the parent interstate.
It's standard practice to name one side of such a split "exit", and not the other. Regardless, neither side has more weight than the other.
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