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Professional Flowcharting RFFlow 5
Roads and Intersections
A diagram of an intersection may be helpful in explaining a traffic accident to a jury or judge. Analyzing a drawing of an intersection may lead to improvements in the design of the intersection. 

These drawings can be downloaded and edited. It is often easier to modify an existing drawing than to draw a new one. If you haven't done so already, download the free trial version of RFFlow. Once it is installed, you can open the samples on this page directly in RFFlow by clicking the links to the right of each picture. From there you can zoom in, edit, and print the drawing.
Typical Intersection Typical Intersection Click to enlarge image

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Section of Highway Section of Highway Click to enlarge image

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Intersection with Left Turn Lanes Intersection with Left Turn Lanes Click to enlarge image

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Wilson and 35th Street Wilson and 35th Street Click to enlarge image

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I-25 and Highway 34 I-25 and Highway 34 Problem Click to enlarge image

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This drawing shows a common 
problem with a Cloverleaf
Interchange. Traffic entering
the Interstate Highway is
forced to merge with traffic
leaving the highway.

 

Cloverleaf Interchange A Cloverleaf Interchange Click to enlarge image

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