single-point urban interchange

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A schematic (for areas where driving is on the right side of a road)


single-point urban interchange (plural single-point urban interchanges)

  1. An interchange between a highway (free-flowing) and a street (with traffic signals) which allows traffic to proceed from either direction on each road to either direction on the other, and which is governed by only one set of traffic signals.


  • SPUI (abbreviation)

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