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Traversable refers to surfaces which may be traversed, or traveled across. This is most often used in the context of discussing raised or lowered islands located in the middle of a road or to a median separating two roadways. If an island is sufficiently above or below the surrounding road so that it is difficult for a vehicle to travel across the island, then it is considered to be non-traversable.

See also

Traversable features:

Non-traversable features:

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