sketch wrote:Wait, I have a problem with the "no right turn" check. Wouldn't it call for erroneous enabling of turns like the right turn from this segment?
Ok, how about that:
2. No right* turn (for any drivable road)
* for the right-hand traffic
Report/highlight the segment if at the node:
a) there is an up to 85° right turn
a1) and either this segment OR that right turn segment is longer than 300m (~1000 ft)
b) and that right turn segment is also drivable and non-private
c) and that right turn segment is not marked as closed
d) and the connectivity between those two segments is possible (road directions), but not enabled
Would that new a1) condition be sufficient to detect connectors and other possible exceptions?
BellHouse wrote:I don't get the idea behind 2.
The idea is that in right-hand traffic countries the right non-acute turns are mostly enabled except some rare situations. So we can assume that disabled right turn is an error.