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Non standard junction design

Posted by computerfan0 on 14 February 2019 in English (English)

I designed a non-standard junction. Hope you like it! EDIT: I meant junction 2. Junction 3 is standard. Southbound traffic joining Attikai Expy. uses a different lane on the carriageway (A 301 B is undivided until just after the A 1)

Location: 20.596, 87.307

Comment from ADB52 on 14 February 2019 at 21:57

Interesting. There is one flaw, in that traffic heading south on the A501 wishing to join the westbound A301B Attikai Expressway finds itself running into eastbound traffic on the wrong carriageway.

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Comment from histor on 14 February 2019 at 22:26

You mean # 3 - Tasmalgerlo? Looks good with the circle - but your ramps are very short (only 25 m). How will you drive your car there?

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Comment from ales on 17 February 2019 at 02:24

cool junction

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Comment from CharlieG on 17 February 2019 at 20:36

I like what you did with A 301-B! I don't know if it was you, but I created the original A 301 a few months back as yet another spur from Gobras City, and it was changed to a much more realistic Trunk Road. I like it even more than before, especially since Gatetown doesn't seem large enough for yet another motorway. After all, A 301 is just what I call a 'secondary suburba n motorway". What I mean is there are main motorways connecting from downtown Gobras City either in the way of suburbias or other large cities that can act like suburbs. A secondary version of this goes from suburbias or large suburban towns, like Obenaai, and spirals out down through a mini-suburbia, low-density area, or rural area, towards a small independent city, like Gatetown, or a minor metro area/major suburb like Aralamong. Thank you for picking up on what I left, and good luck!

If you want feedback, I can give some;

  1. Ramps can be longer, and more fluid and realistic.
  2. Highways can also be more fluid and realistic, connect to major areas, etc.
  3. Make sure you leave room for expansion (i.e. exit numbers), and try to make it blend in with the time frame of the area. (was it built long ago? was it newly built?)
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Comment from tule00 on 20 February 2019 at 16:25

It's perfectly okay in my opinion, although you should use smoother curves.

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