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* When closing two consecutive segments, the junction node in between will be closed too. This means that the entire junction will be closed for traffic. If you can cross that junction for any other route, make sure to remove the closure from the node. An open junction is shown as [[File:Open node.PNG]]
 
* When closing two consecutive segments, the junction node in between will be closed too. This means that the entire junction will be closed for traffic. If you can cross that junction for any other route, make sure to remove the closure from the node. An open junction is shown as [[File:Open node.PNG]]
 
* If you close two-way segments in just one direction, you will not be able to close the junction node.
 
* If you close two-way segments in just one direction, you will not be able to close the junction node.
 
* When removing an RTC from a segment that is connected to adjacent closed segments, the junction node will remain closed. You will then still see the closed node icon [[File:Closed node.PNG]] on the map. Traffic in any direction through this junction won't be possible. The same happens if you flip the switch on only one of the consecutive segments.
 
* When removing an RTC from a segment that is connected to adjacent closed segments, the junction node will remain closed. You will then still see the closed node icon [[File:Closed node.PNG]] on the map. Traffic in any direction through this junction won't be possible. The same happens if you flip the switch on only one of the consecutive segments.

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==={{@|Remarks}}===
* When closing two consecutive segments, the junction node in between will be closed too. This means that the entire junction will be closed for traffic. If you can cross that junction for any other route, make sure to remove the closure from the node. An open junction is shown as [[File:Open node.PNG]]
* If you close two-way segments in just one direction, you will not be able to close the junction node.
* When removing an RTC from a segment that is connected to adjacent closed segments, the junction node will remain closed. You will then still see the closed node icon [[File:Closed node.PNG]] on the map. Traffic in any direction through this junction won't be possible. The same happens if you flip the switch on only one of the consecutive segments.
Translation==={{@|Remarks}}===
* When closing two consecutive segments, the junction node in between will be closed too. This means that the entire junction will be closed for traffic. If you can cross that junction for any other route, make sure to remove the closure from the node. An open junction is shown as [[File:Open node.PNG]]
* If you close two-way segments in just one direction, you will not be able to close the junction node.
* When removing an RTC from a segment that is connected to adjacent closed segments, the junction node will remain closed. You will then still see the closed node icon [[File:Closed node.PNG]] on the map. Traffic in any direction through this junction won't be possible. The same happens if you flip the switch on only one of the consecutive segments.

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  • When closing two consecutive segments, the junction node in between will be closed too. This means that the entire junction will be closed for traffic. If you can cross that junction for any other route, make sure to remove the closure from the node. An open junction is shown as Open node.PNG
  • If you close two-way segments in just one direction, you will not be able to close the junction node.
  • When removing an RTC from a segment that is connected to adjacent closed segments, the junction node will remain closed. You will then still see the closed node icon Closed node.PNG on the map. Traffic in any direction through this junction won't be possible. The same happens if you flip the switch on only one of the consecutive segments.