Ramp History

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Road type for entrance and exit ramps.

 Major Highway 
 Minor Highway 
 Primary Street 
 Narrow street 
 Parking Lot Road 
 Private roads 
 Walking Trail 
 Pedestrian Boardwalk 


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When to apply

  • Entrance and exit roads of Freeway and highways.
  • Entrance and exit roads of bridges and tunnels.
  • When a "Exit R/L" is more clear than a "Keep R/L"

Entrance roads

Entrance roads indicate a certain direction. Streetname: only the first number of the destination road. Destination city names that are mentioned on the road signs, are added to the street name, separated by a '/'.


  • A1 ri Utrecht / Almere / Amersfoort
  • N201 ri Hoofddorp / Den Haag
  • S116 ri Ring A10 / Noord

Exit roads


Official name and number of the exit: If the Exit has been numbered, the number must be added to the street name like Afrit 9. Destination city names that are mentioned on the road signs - standard the 1200m signs - are added to the street name, separated by a '/'. By preference, only the first two directions indicated are used. Skip black-on-white and white-on-brown names if a regular white-on-blue name is available.

See also the Road shield page.

Urban area: (When road signs deviate from the official name: ri followed by the directions, as indicated on the road signs.)

  • S118 Noord 100-399
  • S115 ri Boven 't IJ / Buikslotermeer
  • ri Sint Franciscus

Outside the city: (Road numbers aren't added to the name of the exit.)

  • Afrit 9 Hilversum-Noord
  • Afrit Kaatsheuvel

Exit angle


The picture on the right shows the most ideal way to draw an exit. Make the angle of exits with the main road at least 18° so that FS 'sees' that it is an exit and maximum 25° degrees to get a smooth animation of the car symbol

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