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# Select two adjacent segments which will be bridged together
# Click the
bridge icon over the junction
* The properties of the segments to be bridged must be identical or you will not see the bridge icon
Two roads set to the same level which cross each other can be joined by an intersection easily. This is useful if you draw several new roads for a neighborhood by drawing segments from end-to-end and allowing new segments to cross each other. Once drawn, you can junction them using this method.
Both roads must be set to the same level. You can often use this method with unconfirmed (red) roads, but sometimes the editor will refuse to do this process until the roads are confirmed. Additionally, changing zoom level sometimes helps to get
a stubborn yellow crossing sign to appear.
# [[#Select Multiple Segments|Select both segments]]
# Click the [[Image:
crossing_road_add_junction. gif]] which should appear above the intersection
#: Note: The sign won't appear if the roads cross each other multiple times
# A junction is added
* '''?''' (or '''Shift+/''')
Shows keyboard shortcuts
* '''d''' - delete node from road geometry while hovering cursor over it during road geometry editing
* '''m''' - toggle multi-select mode. Default behavior is that to select multiple segments, you must use the modifier key to multi-select. When toggled active, multi-select mode lets you select multiple segments without using the modifier key as described in the [[#Selecting_Multiple_Segments|Selecting Multiple Segments]] section.
* '''Shift+u''' toggles Update requests layer
* '''Shift+e''' toggles Editable areas layer
* '''Shift+UpArrow''' zooms the map in one level
* '''Shift+DownArrow''' zoom the map out one level