Common Map Style Choices

Common Map Style Choices  will deal with the most basic decision to include selected generic lane content,

add a few figures using the defacto artwork to show the contents that one might include or exclude.

At present  this article is just being used to test for scaling with some initial production grahics developed from power point

Image Tests

Consider what content might be placed into an intersection, the choices vary. Here are a few test images.

These are order in complex to simple…

 

Complete intersection showing All features:  Ingress Lanes,  Egress Lanes,  Crosswalks,  Medians,  Sidewalks, and Lanes Stripes  (no Train/Trolley tracks used)

 

Intersection showing  Ingress Lanes,  Egress Lanes,  Crosswalks,  Medians,
No: Sidewalks, Lane Stripes, no Train/Trolley tracks used.

 

Intersection showing Ingress Lanes,  Egress Lanes,  Medians,
No: Crosswalks, Sidewalks, Lane Stripes, no Train/Trolley tracks used.

 

Intersection showing Ingress Lanes,  Egress Lanes,
No: Medians, Crosswalks, Sidewalks, Lane Stripes, no Train/Trolley tracks used.

 

Intersection showing Ingress Lanes,
No: Egress Lanes, Medians, Crosswalks, Sidewalks, Lane Stripes, no Train/Trolley tracks used.

But left the NodePt dots in to see if they are too small on some screens.

 

Intersection showing Ingress Lanes,
No: Egress Lanes, Medians, Crosswalks, Sidewalks, Lane Stripes, no Train/Trolley tracks used.
This is the smallest map one might select, but computed lanes would make it smaller

 

Some Stacked Images. check in tablets and phones

 

       

 

Of course, some users will need a Pedestrian Centered view of the same intersection, more like this:

Intersection showing Crosswalks, Sidewalks, only

 

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