berestovskyy wrote:dbraughlr wrote:A bowtie U-turn is not too sharp.
Validator does not report too-sharp bow-ties. But this intersection is not a bow-tie.
Have a look at the Classification of crossings, DSSS:you may want to join the double lanes into a single node, creating a sort of half-mapcat-bowtie
If you do so, Validator will detect the "half-mapcat-bowtie" and will not report "too-sharp turn". Alternatively, you can make the turn more than 30 degree or just ignore the warning.
Sure, Validator can look for similar street names, but I guess it will eliminate any use of this check, because the check basically was designed to detect situations like this...
Right, that's not really a bowtie, it's simply the point where a road transitions between split and un-split. For every situation where this happens at an intersection where U turns are allowed, there are several which happen somewhere along the road and where U turns are certainly not allowed.
As an aside, wow, that Wiki article could use some work! Lots of what-not-to-do screenshots and no corresponding how-to-do-it-right screenshots, just brief bits of text that even I have a hard time understanding. Needs some right-way-to-do-it examples and some big red Xes on the "don't do this" examples.