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Model Inventory of Roadway Elements – MIRE, Version 1.0

198. Location of Beginning Ramp Terminal Relative to Mainline Flow

Definition: Ramps can intersect with the traffic flow of a divided or undivided roadway on either of two sides. This defines the side of the roadway flow intersected by the ramp.

Attributes:

See Figure 22 for additional detail.

Priority: Critical

HPMS/Tool Requirements: None

Illustration shows three types of intersection descriptors for the beginning of ramps: Right side with respect to mainline traffic flow; Left side with respect to mainline traffic flow; Ramp does not intersect mainline (e.g. ramp intersects another ramp).

Figure 22. Illustration of Locations of Beginning Ramp Terminal Relative to Mainline Flow.

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