From the series: Getting Started with RoadRunner
Learn how to create on-ramps and off-ramps in RoadRunner interactive editing software.
Hello this is John, and today we're going to be taking a look at creating on-ramps, off-ramps, and cloverleaves for freeway cases in RoadRunner. To get started, we're just going to create a simple off-ramp. To do this, I'm going to switch over to the slip road tool.
I'm going to select a lane that I would like to have this off-ramp, in this case just the outer one. I'm going to right click and drag, and position the off-ramp. To create an on-ramp, simply go from another stretch of road-- in this case over here-- and drag on to the section of road you would like the on-ramp to be formed.
To create a cloverleaf, this will require two steps. I'm going to go and pull backwards to create an on-ramp from here. I'm going to create an off-ramp here, and connect it to this section. I'll then just go into the road plan tool and adjust this until it fits the shape that I want. To finish off this cloverleaf, I'm just going to adjust the height slightly. And I've created a cloverleaf.
That's how you do on-ramps, off-ramps, and cloverleaves in RoadRunner. Thank you for watching.
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