Kent and I have been discussing a change to the lede for the article. It gives the uses for it, which is somewhat redundant to the main text, but I believe may be needed due to the length and complexity of the article.
There is also an Overview section, which is sort of a second lede. Possibly, it should be merged into the lede, providing a single introduction to the topic that explains the basics of what it can do or can't do, where you might want to use it or not, and what alternative mechanisms there are.
Another thing to look at is breaking up the article. One possible way might be:
* Overall introduction with few details and links to the other articles
* Explanatory article specific to TBTR (not segments)
* Explanatory article specific to segment restrictions
* Explanatory article specific to time restrictions (separate from vehicle)
* Explanatory article specific to vehicle restrictions (separate from time)
* How-to article on the mechanics of using the restrictions interface, which is common to turns, segments, time, and vehicle
So, three or four approaches:
1) Improve lede without any other major changes
2) Improve lede and merge in overview section material
3) Either together with the above or separately, break the article into more digestible chunks, separating the mechanics of the interface from a a general overview and from subtopic-specific overviews
( or 4) restructure is some way differently than I described)
Your thoughts are appreciated.