:Strip of land or barrier separating a dual
;Cookies, cookie munching
:Cookies are the dots on unconfirmed (pacman roads). Cookie munching (or road munching) is driving over such roads
(and in the process confirming them)
:Whether a road is one-way, two-way or no-entrance
:See dual carriageway
:Motorway; the major road system in your country
:The layout of a road. Each road is made up of straight line segments. These can be arbitrarily short, effectively allowing curves
:The level or elevation of a road with respect to surrounding roads. So a road would normally be
a level grade. A road going underneath in a tunnel would be a -1 grade. A road going over would be a +1 grade. At complicated junctions such as freeway interchanges there can be many levels. So on a flat map we assign levels to show that while the roads cross, they do not connect because they are at different heights or elevations
:High Occupancy Vehicle. A vehicle with 2 or more
passengers. HOV Lanes, also known as Carpool Lanes and Transit Lanes, are lanes restricted for the use of cars carrying a specified number of passengers
:The point where two or more
roads connect; often incorrectly referred to as a 'node'. <br>
Junctions look differently depending on the situation:<br>
*[[Image:Junction_seletected.png]] Selected and editable segment junction<br>
:Driving over unconfirmed roads (pacman roads). See cookie munching
;Node [[Image:Segment_node.png]] [[Image:Landmark_node.png]]
A handle on a segment or landmark allowing modification to the object geometry ; also referred to as a ' geometry node '
:Starting point for a driving route
:Also called a kettle or chuckhole, is a type of disruption in the surface of a roadway where a portion of the road material has broken away, leaving a hole.
:A freeway entrance or exit; sliproad. Ramps may be on-ramps or off-ramps. Ramps used to connect
a roads at a different grade from the connecting road or freeway. See the [[Map Legend]] for more detail.
:Earning points by driving over roads (distance
travelled). Also see cookie munching
:Defines a section of roadway on which vehicles may travel. Multiple segments are connected by junctions.
:A motorway entrance or exit; ramp. Sliproads are often at a different grade from the connecting road or motorway