[talk-ph] Suggestion for unbarricaded one-way street corners
Eugene Alvin Villar
seav80 at gmail.com
Fri Sep 18 03:56:54 BST 2009
If the road is significantly divided (either with a center island or
concrete barriers) then this should be modeled in OSM as two oneway=yes ways
in opposite directions.
If there is a through street connecting both sides then they should be
connected to do proper routing. What you're doing is correct.
Keep on mapping!
On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 12:25 PM, Jun Martin <jun.martin at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, everyone!
> I've noticed that the parts of McArthur Highway in the City of San
> Fernando, Pampanga (in the vicinity of the Dolores Flyover) where the
> highway is split into 2 one-way roads are not properly connected to the
> side streets. I've taken the liberty of connecting side streets to BOTH
> one-way roads, where such is applicable (McArthur Highway for the most
> part has no center island but has been divided in the middle in some
> parts of the city).
> At this time (September 2009, for future reference), EDSA is the rule
> (or is it the exception?) where side-streets USUALLY are not connected
> to both one-way sides, but some main avenues do cross both sides of EDSA
> and are therefore connected to both.
> Perhaps you know of ways that are similar to the portion of McArthur
> Highway that I've mentioned above and you might be able to correct the
> I noticed this issue because my Nuvi keeps telling me to turn right on
> McArthur and then make a U-turn at some point (the opposite way is not
> connected to our village's main road) because my route is to turn left
> at McArthur outside our village.
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