Adding Navteq divider restriction to Network Dataset

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10-21-2011 10:32 AM
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Navteq street data includes an attribute that models dividers on a single link/arc, it is used to prevent right turns because a divider exists.

check the attached image...., the left side is the real life, and the right side is how navte models it. The "Street" with the divider is modeled as a single arc with dir travel = Both 

It is posible to model a restriction in the network dataset using the divider attribute??
Or we have create a polyline for each intersection to model invalid turns?, in the example it would be 4 additional turns??

I would aprreciate any help or insights from you experts....

Thanks
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Hello.

Navteq street data includes an attribute that models dividers on a single link/arc, it is used to prevent right turns because a divider exists.

check the attached image...., the left side is the real life, and the right side is how navte models it. The "Street" with the divider is modeled as a single arc with dir travel = Both 

It is posible to model a restriction in the network dataset using the divider attribute??
Or we have create a polyline for each intersection to model invalid turns?, in the example it would be 4 additional turns??

I would aprreciate any help or insights from you experts....

Thanks



Had to take a second look at your images; obviously, you're not in the U.S.!  😮

Anyway, I'm not at all familiar with Navtech data, but could you augment it with an additional line that has a one way restriction to the correct direction of travel?
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