So, I am currently adding information to the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport. Currently, the plan is to work on the road junction info. However, I do not have any idea how to map a junction like this:


Any ideas?

asked 11 May '20, 06:36

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edited 11 May '20, 09:21

Are you asking about the destination signing?

On the approach to the junction you can use lane tagging. It could look like something like this:
destination:lanes=Terminals 1, 2, 3; Departures;Parking|Terminals 1, 2, 3; Departures;Parking|Terminals 1, 2; Arrivals;Rental Car Return

On the ways after the actual split you can tag the destination directly e.g. for the right hand road:
destination=Terminals 1, 2; Arrivals;Rental Car Return

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answered 11 May '20, 17:26

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edited 12 May '20, 04:30

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What is it you are unsure about? The highway tag? Could you point to the point on the map?

(11 May '20, 21:15) TZorn

Alright. While the tags work okay, I still don't know how to map a junction like this:

(15 Jun '20, 21:16) TheAdventurer64

I repeat my question: What do you have difficulties with? Can you be a bit more specific?

(15 Jun '20, 21:44) TZorn

I am having difficulty understanding how to mark the turn lanes and how to use destination:ref:lanes.

(15 Jun '20, 22:33) TheAdventurer64

Please post a link to the location on Klick the "share" button on the right and place a marker at the specific intersection.

(15 Jun '20, 23:11) TZorn
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