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06 Apr 2018 10:25

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06 Apr 2018 10:08
I have to half agree with YNM, I think it's the M25 J21/M1 J6A (Chiswell) but as viewed heading anti clockwise on the M25, so toward the M4 and the M40, just because of the direction the bridges cross.
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07 Apr 2018 10:24

JETLogistics wrote:
06 Apr 2018 10:08
I have to half agree with YNM, I think it's the M25 J21/M1 J6A (Chiswell) but as viewed heading anti clockwise on the M25, so toward the M4 and the M40, just because of the direction the bridges cross.
Sorcery ! XD

But yeah, I'm not sure me self, maybe when it's released we will know the answer...

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07 Apr 2018 13:04

Haha you were incredibly close so we can share the trophy dude !

And no, you can't have it on only the days ending in 'y' lol

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07 Apr 2018 15:43

Well I knew it because it's around London (pretty clear in the titling), a four level stack yet missing two "directions" (the M25 and the M1 to the south, I've read quite a lot from cbrd haha). The placement was based off the curves (the road curves right).

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07 Apr 2018 15:59

Ah, that was very good detective work there dude ! I'm a truck driver in real life so I see that quite often and know I'm on my way home whenever I do (a place mentioned a couple of pages back so even at Chiswell I have a little while to go)

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07 Apr 2018 16:14

I'm studying stuff that has some connection with road designs, so I do like looking at the maps and marvel the roads. While Google Street View is available where I live, there aren't much info about their design or plans, esp about new roads, improvements or repair; the relative openness of the UK (so, Highways England, Transport Scotland, (whatever Wales have), TfL, and even better with sites like cbrd, and perhaps the fact they publish in english XD) allows me to look and know these stuff despite I don't live anywhere near the UK or anywhere with notable relations with it.

I do take a note or two from these stuffs.

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07 Apr 2018 18:10

The fact you don't live in or even around the UK and don't drive on the roads over here, and yet still recognised the junction is absolutely incredible ! You must have an incredibly keen eye for details !

And as far as I'm aware, Wales is Traffic Wales (or Traffig Cymru)

Anyways, I think it's your turn to hold the trophy tomorrow so I'll send it over ! Back on topic, the screenshots are making me incredibly excited to see these implemented in a future ProMods release.

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07 Apr 2018 18:48

I wonder what junctions will be available in the whole M25 version of Promods in the UK
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07 Apr 2018 23:14

Clockwise M3, M4, M40, M1, A1(M), M11, A12, M20, M26, M23, A3
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08 Apr 2018 14:26

JETLogistics wrote:
07 Apr 2018 18:10
You must have an incredibly keen eye for details !

And as far as I'm aware, Wales is Traffic Wales (or Traffig Cymru)
Well if you ask me a random roundabout (or mini-roundabout) I'd have no clue at all XD

AFAIK Traffic Cymru only manages the "traffic". But the planning etc. isn't quite their responsibility (unlike HE or TS or TfL).

Anyway, @ScuL will the new upgrade A1(M) York be worked in ProMods ? Also the A12, would that only serve Southend or would it have something to do with future Lower Thames Crossing ?

This is all exciting XD



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