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{{anchor|When (Not) to Split a Two-Way Road|When to Split a Two-Way Road (and when not to)|When to divide a TwoWay Road (and when not to)}}When to divide a two-way road (and when not to)
* The non-drivable median is interrupted by a cross segment at most intersections.
* There is a center turn lane (any width) between directions of travel. Dividing this type of road creates problems when people turn from the middle lane because there is no road for the navigation to follow.
* It is possible and legal to make a left driver side turn/u-turn everywhere along the road
* The objective is solely for visual appearance or to make the road match another visual source like Google Maps.