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Model Inventory of Roadway Elements – MIRE, Version 1.0

180. Location Identifier for Road 2 Crossing Point

Definition: Location of midpoint of interchange (e.g., crossing route) on the second intersecting route (e.g. route-milepost). Note that if the Interchange File is a spatial data file, this would be the same coordinates as in 179. Location Identifier for Road 1 Crossing Point, the previous element.

Attributes: Route and location descriptors (e.g., route and milepoint or spatial coordinates). Must be consistent with other MIRE files for linkage.

See point A in Figure 17 for additional detail.

Priority: Critical

HPMS/Tool Requirements: None

Illustration shows a two-lane roadway that crosses over a 4-lane highway and the different ramp configurations that join the two roads

Figure 17. Illustration of Ramp Configurations.

Note: "Beginning" and "ending" of ramp is based on ramp traffic flow direction in this illustration. Agencies may choose to use another naming convention (e.g. direction of inventory).

Page last modified on October 15, 2014.
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