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An illustrated guide to tagging for typical North American roads. This is a draft. Edits, comments and changes are encouraged and welcome.
A typical divided highway. This one shows two travel lanes in each direction, with a concrete dividing barrier, and hard shoulders.
Juction Illustration: Divided highway & Arterial road
Typical divided highway junction with an arterial road at a traffic signal. In this case only one of the four right turns has a slip lane (a dedicated turning lane) (EB to SB). Any left turn at this intersection uses the left-turn lanes.
The West-East arterial road is one lane each way.
The North-South divided highway is two-lanes each way, with a central barrier.
- Tag:highway=secondary, Tag:highway=primary
These two roads meet at an offset junction.
The road segment B-C is signposted with the names of both roads. What is the correct method for tagging the segments (deprecated) and ways for this type of junction?