Difference between revisions of "User:Subs5/Roads to nowhere"

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1) Temporary end of freeway. This is an older superseded method but may still be seen in the map editor.  New guidance for a freeway under construction it is now to use either a [[Turn instruction override]] or put the future portion of the freeway in using the guidance from [[Scheduled reconfiguration]] page.  (So road to nowhere guidance is superseded by the new guidance)
 
1) Temporary end of freeway. This is an older superseded method but may still be seen in the map editor.  New guidance for a freeway under construction it is now to use either a [[Turn instruction override]] or put the future portion of the freeway in using the guidance from [[Scheduled reconfiguration]] page.  (So road to nowhere guidance is superseded by the new guidance)
  
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2) Dead end.  Forces server to not treating something as a dead end.
  
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3) Big Detour Prevention.  Used to have a continuation on a preexisting freeway and not start of the highway.

Revision as of 01:38, 1 July 2017

Propose the following change to Roads to nowhere section (6.2) in the Junction Style Guide:

Actual

Valid uses of this technique are:

1) Temporary end of freeway. This is an older superseded method but may still be seen in the map editor. New guidance for a freeway under construction it is now to use either a Turn instruction override or put the future portion of the freeway in using the guidance from Scheduled reconfiguration page. (So road to nowhere guidance is superseded by the new guidance)

2) Dead end. Forces server to not treating something as a dead end.

3) Big Detour Prevention. Used to have a continuation on a preexisting freeway and not start of the highway.