[Tagging] Micro Mapping, was Race track
John F. Eldredge
john at jfeldredge.com
Fri Feb 5 00:20:48 GMT 2010
Yes, such asymmetries are common. The most common examples are central turn lanes before an intersection, for use by vehicles turning across oncoming traffic; deceleration lanes for vehicles turning away from oncoming traffic; acceleration lanes for vehicles that just turned onto the road from a side road; and outside lanes for slower traffic to use when climbing a long hill.
Subject :Re: [Tagging] Micro Mapping, was Race track
>From :stevagewp at gmail.com
Date :Thu Feb 04 18:00:27 America/Chicago 2010
Are there really that many asymmetric roads, with say one
lane on one direction, and two in the others (as in the diagram)?
John F. Eldredge -- john at jfeldredge.com
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