Post rare ones relative to the country it is in or to most of the world
>>1746179>bike path circle around a L-turn in a roadwhat the fuck even is that
>>1746179Why not one-sided two-way bikeway? >>1746194Sort of an intersection with the 2 driveways.
>>1746179Look at this abomination and weep. 6 roads meet in what looks like a roundabout, but it has traffic lights with three rail tracks crossing it.
>>1746254I like it
In Tupelo, Mississippi, a BNSF mainline bisects the intersections of two four lane roads. There is talk of the state and railroad building a new alignment, but nothing ever happens once everyone figures out how much it will cost.
>>1746197>Why not one-sided two-way bikeway?American cities seem to love these, but don't they have issues with left turning drivers not paying enough attention to the bike lanes they're about to cross? I recall hearing about it.
The local classic. Four directions of tram lines overlaid on a roundabout of five road directions.
>>1746312How many trains per hour?
>>1746335Not sure. A few coal trains a day and their empties that go to a power plant near Birmingham, some intermodal going to/from CSX & NS in B'ham and a few regular merch trains. Don't think they run any taconite trains on it anymore. It gets a fair amount of traffic and sews the town up, there aren't many bridges or underpasses in town.
>>1746327Looked it up on streetview (360 panorama). That smaller connection seems to be closed off for cars now. Seems pretty straightforward and you don't deserve a driver license if you can't see a tram coming.Could do something with the middle island though, put greenery between the empty spaces instead.
>>1746314Yeah, they have a bunch in my city (Austin) and i absolutely hate them especially when they put them on roads that are one way for cars, because literally 0 car drivers realize they need to look the other direction for bikes when turning onto the road. They're also difficult to turn onto from cross roads because you sometimes have to cross into oncoming traffic and aim right at the little gap in the barrier to the bike lane to get in there. I think they are much more dangerous than just not having a bike lane in one direction
>>1746194It's actually a 4-way junction. It's just that two of them are slower roads, so the change in surface highlights that and makes drivers slow down.>>1746312> nothing ever happens once everyone figures out how much it will cost.Wow yeah it'd be a nightmare to move the junction ever so slightly, what with all that high density development packed all around it there.
>>1746314nyc anon here. 2 way bike lanes are always the fucking worst. drivers don't know it's there, other riders can't/refuse to stay in the lines, not really enough room to ride safely around more than a few others.
>>1746457>Wow yeah it'd be a nightmare to move the junction ever so slightlyA new alignment would go around the city. Moving the track over a little wouldn't improve the current situation.
>>1746459Thought it should work with the wide physical island separation here
>>1746509>>1746511Ehm... What country and location?
>>1746509how the fuck did that happen? drunk surveyors?
>>1746511Mmmmhh delicious Cities Skylines.
>>1746626Third world politicians
>>1746637I live in third world country and even then such retarded design would never fly in my shit third world country.This shit design only happens when nobody challenged the decision at any level
>>1746738>burmaProbably because nobody dared to challenge this ridiculous oversight.
>>1746396>official cartoon demonstration car starts changing lanes before indicatingreeee
>>1746868That's what disturbs you?Not the fact that they all drive on the wrong side of the road?
>>1746916It's not wrong if everyone's doing it. The hook turn on the other hand sounds fucking retarded.
>>1746916Of course, one is completely arbitrary, the other is pure cretin behaviour.
>>1746511Based Naypyidaw. I think that's the roundabout where that fitness video with the coup going on in the background was filmed
>>1747277Why? RCUT is a combination of standard treatments.
>>1747277I would like to see more of these
6 fucking road multilane roundabout, basically got to pray when trying to enter it, hoping some jimmy won't go "I CAN MAKE IT" and floor it
>>1747342For some reason I thought this was a six too, but it's only got one weird little side street.
it will soon be replaced with a roundabout
>>1747432I like how it is now, with the disjointed connecting roads to make some turns with. It's cozy in a way. Where is it?
>>1747445Łódź Nowosolnait causes too many accidents as it is currently
>>1746179Absolutely dreadful arrangement, I cannot fathom what were they thinking...
I fucked up once at this roundabout in Oxford and ran a red light here by being in the wrong lane, going through the roundabout (which is for straight on only) getting confused, turning right then jumping a red to come off at an exit.
Why this isn't a roundabout is utterly beyond me. At least the U Bahn is elevated.
>>1747342>>1747396Sorry to assume, but you're American, right? Roundabouts are incredibly simple and intuitive to drive. Just wait your turn?
>>1746509>can't build bridges diagonally across waterThis is just simcity.
>>1746509but why two bridges?
>>1746179Kelley Square, Worcester, Massachusetts. It's since been redesigned, but there are plenty of other weird intersections around.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rFh_GEhoNvY
>>1747453Better picture of this clusterfuck.
>>1747958This looks normal to me? Maybe ive just lived in texas too long
>>1746396imagine being from out of town and falling into one of these...lmfao
>>1747897Because it's a bailey bridge and bailey bridge isn't normally designed for simultaneous 2 way roads. So not only them mudshitters couldn't build a proper road, but they couldn't be arsed to at least build a truss bridge
>>1746179May I introduce you to this big, high speed roundabout with lanes entering the roundabout from the inside of it.The way the lanes are angled means that you can barely see if someone is coming from your left, and that is causing huge congestion on the north/south freeway crossing under it. Crashes are of course rather frequent due to the poor visibility, too.Oh yeah, and you are forced to turn right if you dare stay on the rightmost lane. I think it's the only roundabout in my country with an "inner oncoming lanes" design like that.It is, however, scheduled to be dismantled and rebuilt soon, replaced by like 4 smaller roundabouts instead.
>>1748065What is the name of this intersection? I want to see the new design.
>>1746254Holy shit, where is this?
>>1746396For what purpose?
You are like a little baby
>>1748065I’m sure it’s awful to drive but I do like how it looks. Those interior lanes are very elegant, somehow.
>>1749289not being in the way of trams.
>>1746327Imagine if they took a three dimensional approach. Have those tram lines go up a ramp to an elevated intersection above the rest of traffic.
Old slussen area, StockholmI'm glad they replaced it last year
Turcot interchange, still being renovated
>>1746396WHAT THE ACTUAL FUCK
>>1746396hey this is what I do for left hand turns when cycling
>>1749345What did they replace it with?
>>1746254lmao also with pedestrian crossings that only kind of sort of allow you to get from one side to the other. And is there even an airport down in the corner? Holy shit, there's no end to the multi-modal disasters that can happen here!
>>1749337Why the fuck would you send tram lines up a ramp instead of sending cars up a ramp or down into a tunnel? Do you have any idea how long the ramps would need to be to comply with rail grades?
>>1747946>there are plenty of other weird intersections around.Hello fellow Masshole, I feel compelled to bring up the Newton Supercollider and the Wellington Clusterfuck
>>1746254Fucking incredible. Is that a cycle lane along the bottom too?
>>1746254>thinking to myself, all this needs is a fuckin airport and it's the quintessential /n/ pic>notice the lower right
>>1749284It's in Budapest, HungaryN 47.4394908, E 19.0715827It's the main road connecting the Csepel Island to the city center.
>>1746396Cager here, this is idiotic.
>>1748065>scheduled to be rebuiltThat seems like a bit of a waste. I bet with some strategic barrier and signage placement you could fix most of the problems involved for a lot cheaper. Think like a DDI conversion.
>>1749292I can't wrap my head around how a multi-turnaround is supposed to work. Or why it exists.>>1747856They are good until traffic becomes heavy, then they become a nuisance.
>>1746509>>1746794I assume they left a empty space to build a larger interchange later, and they built only the two lanes needed right now.
>>1752524Interesting, I like it, but I think it would jam under heavy traffic faster than other designs. Maybe not