A list of puns related to "Interchange (road)"
So, im looking for a turbo interchange, but i want one for getting off the highway. So a normal highway going straight, and a normal road going over it, with 6 lanes rodas on tue other 2 sides. All connected in a turbo formation kind of way
I searched all i could but i could not find one. Does anyone has one or something similar for me?
Don't you honk at me. You're the one who was in the left lane coming off 64! You didn't have your blinker on and yes, I checked specifically because of all the aholes that want to merge from the wrong lane. I assumed you were intelligent enough to know where you were going and you were just passing through the intersection and staying on 664 and that's why you were in the left lane.
It's not like I could/should have zipped around the truck merging in front of me from the correct (right) lane. I was already trying my damnest to run up his ass to make sure you saw me tuck in behind him because I knew, KNEW! you didn't want that left lane. Why did I know where you wanted to be while you didn't?
So the current QLD outbreak was due to a truck driver(s) coming across from NSW, both were independent operators from what the media reports I saw initially.
So why couldn't these drivers just take their breaks at the border, get Covid tested, and then come across after passing the test?
As for big operators, why aren't we switching trailers, so a company like LINFOX runs Border to Border, and hands the trailer off to another driver, no contact, no need to criss state lines beyond the demilitarized zones they have set up.
I mean, I can drop a trailer and hitch to a new one in 6 minutes, that's the best I can do. So really not long at all, I've had longer smoke breaks. So it wouldn't really interrupt productivity.
According to NCDOT, they will begin construction next week on the interchange of I-77 and Gilead Road. Beginning phases include construction of a new bridge which will eventually become a diverging diamond interchange. This is a multi-year project with many phases. The contractor is not allowed to close or narrow a lane of traffic on Gilead Road, US 21 or Reese Boulevard during peak hours.
Is there anything stopping the street racing idiots who floor their cars for hours after dark past midnight? I live around the 28 and 50 interchange and all around my house I can hear street racing after dark. Some of them come into my neighborhood and floor it between speed bumps. I swear, with a 10 week old baby in my house, I'm at the point where I'm going to choke one of those street racing morons to death with my bare hands if I ever see one in person.
ETA: https://imgur.com/a/m5pxjM9 image link. I've marked out the roads I'd like to bring in. I don't have the square on the bottom left yet but I'm buying it when I unlock the next tile.
Can anyone suggest what I might use in this situation; I need to bring at least two arterial roads from my city to the highway, possibly a third and even fourth collector if these are possible. This is to be the primary interchange for my downtown, high density area, so will need to handle a lot of traffic. I'd like it to be as free flowing as possible, and I'd like it to look reasonably neat & believable.
As it's in my downtown, I'm happy with many levels and longer bridges as space is at a premium. I don't think I have the space for a big enough roundabout to usefully collect all my feeder roads. My current version is a slightly bastardised four level stack repurposed as a service interchange between the highway and the primary areterial road (I'm using TP:ME so I can make this work as intended), and I've snaked a few on and off ramps from the second artery but I don't have a full set of on and off routes for this road. I'm nowhere on bringing the other collectors in either.
Are there any interchange designs that would be a good starting point here? As I mentioned I''d like to avoid a roundabout if possible as I think it will need too much space to make it work, and I'm just a little bored of them too; I've got a North American sort of feel to my city and shotgunning it full or roundabouts feels a bit off. I've got a few that I also really don't want to have to replace as they work and look right so I'm prefer any other options available.
Any good real life intersections I could look at for inspo too?
I've got TP:ME, Anarchy, Fine Road Tools, NE2, Network Multitool (still learning how to use this beyond slope and parallel), Node Controller and a few other quality of life mods, and happy adding a couple more if that'll make this work. I'd like to build my own rather than just plonk down an asset from the workshop but if there are any assets that do this I'd be happy to just be pointed at that and use it to figure the rest out myself too.