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**Signs are present with arrows pointing left and right but no sign clearly establishes the continuation.
In these cases, we need to use a wayfinder configuration.
 
The criteria for determining whether a wayfinder is necessary are duplicated in the following table.
{| class="wikitable"
!Road category
!Exit path side
!Criterion
|-
| rowspan="4" | Freeway or controlled-access highway
|Right
|Use a wayfinder when the continuation path has at least two fewer ''travel lanes'' after the exit than before it.
|-
|Left
|Use a wayfinder when the continuation path has at least one fewer ''travel lane'' after the exit than before it.
|-
| rowspan="2" | Either
|Use a wayfinder when the continuation path has fewer lanes than the exit path after the fork.
|-
|Use a wayfinder when the continuation path has the same number of lanes after the fork, and the continuation path is unclear.
|-
|
|
|
|-
|Uncontrolled highway or roadway
|Either
|Use a wayfinder when the continuation path has at least one fewer ''travel lane'' after the exit than before it.
|-
| rowspan="2" | Any
| rowspan="2" | Either
|Use a wayfinder when the continuation path consists of a single lane.
|-
|Use a wayfinder when other conditions exist that, using your better judgment and discretion, may suggest a fork rather than an exit. For example:
*The physical roadway itself forks or diverges with no clear straight-ahead direction;
*The road which appears to be straight ahead is not the actual continuation;
*Signage and striping do not clearly provide all expected "exit" indications, or do so inconsistently; or
*Signs are present with arrows pointing left and right but no sign clearly establishes the continuation.
|}
==== Configuration ====
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