Merging, diverging and weaving at grade-separated junctions and interchanges
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Merging, diverging and weaving occur at and between many types of junctions in both urban and rural situations. Most frequently these traffic actions are associated with junctions on routes with a high standard of geometric design such as is found on the British motorway and trunk road system.
KeywordsTraffic Stream Road Type Slip Road Design Speed Link Road
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