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3-Level Cloverstack Interchange | BwC

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Vatredox's Avatar Vatredox
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This is a 3-level cloverstack interchange between the Aspen River Freeway (ground-level, carried by Fillmore Bridge) and the Combat Hill Freeway (lower-level) in my city, Bornwood City. The interchange, being a cloverstack, contains two flyover ramps and two clover loops, giving the benefits of grade separation, and no weaving. It is a complete interchange, meaning it contains all of the ramps necessary in order to move from any one direction to any other one direction. Street lights and reflectors have been put in necessary spots to ensure that all drivers are safe during the night.

Texture pack used: Huntington City v1.2.4 by Yazur
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11/16/2019 10:07 pm
Level 1 : New Miner
PikaDominator's Avatar
I think your interchange here is very attractive to the eye! I am also creating a fictional city in Minecraft and since you seem to be very educated in this type of subject, I would like to ask for some advice - what type of interchange should I use in an area that is mostly suburban about 6 miles north of downtown (yes, I measured this all out, my block-counting brain-parts hurt) with most tourist traffic coming from the south? It is a four-way intersection, freeway-to-freeway, and both freeways have 4 lanes on each side of the highway. There is room for CD-roads.
01/06/2017 8:29 am
Level 42 : Master Architect
SemiSweetPotato's Avatar
The design can be compacted with only two levels, but nice anyway.
01/06/2017 9:33 pm
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Vatredox's Avatar
Cloverstack interchanges can't be two levels. You're thinking of cloverleaf interchanges.
05/16/2016 1:53 pm
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tobbestark's Avatar
From the areal view this looks so nicely planned out. Good job, man!
05/16/2016 3:41 pm
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