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Highway Service Area
Rest area place
A service area is a rest area along the highway with often a gas station, an electric charging facility, restaurant or a hotel. The rest area area place - mapped separately - encompasses all these facilities. It starts with the entrance segment and ends with the exit segment, both Parking lot roads.
In the Netherlands these service areas are connected only with the highway, without connections to local roads.
- Name: Name rest area
- Street: <highway number> <city> ri <city> like: A50 Renkum ri Valburg, Herveld, Nederland
- City: <city>
- Lock the area place on L3
Parking lot roads
A service area should consist of Parking lot roads, including entrance- and exit segments. Only the entrance PLR segment should have a street name (name of the service area), no city. All other PLR's, including the exit should have neither street name, nor city.
Locking level equal to the locking level of the highway.
Map a gas station, an electric charging facility as separate area places. Add point places for Restaurants and other interesting facilities. Add all applicable entry points. Add entry points for all routes a place can be reached: fi. from the gas station and from the rest area.