Hmmm it works for me.
Imagine I have only two points A and B that are coincident.
Run Spatial Join using the points as both Target and Join features, and JOIN_ONE_TO_MANY as the join operation.
You now have 4 points, with all of the columns from the Target feature (including a column for street name) and all of the columns from the Join features (including its street name). The four features are: A joined to A, A joined to B, B joined to A, and B joined to B. Only one of these will have a Target_FID greater than Join_FID. This is the only point you want to keep (i.e. select all of the points with Target_FID < Join_FID, and delete them). You now have one feature with two fields, each with a street name.
My question is now... what about 3 and 4 way intersections?
For instance, we have some streets that span a directional split...
North Memorial Drive and South Memorial Drive.
So technically, where Memorial INTERSECTS with our split point which is parallel to Admiral I should have...
Any ideas here?
On an interesting side note...
I just discovered a weird side-effect.
After doing the spatial join I get a SINGLE point for ALMOST ALL Intersections.
ALMOST ALL... EXCEPT those that are like I described above...
Where Admiral Blvd splits North and South Phoenix Ave I have 3 points.
The street names above that are bolded I would like to merge into a single point... The ones struck through should be removed.
Any ideas how to get to this?