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Brexxie City, PA Map & WIP Sketchup Model

Airedale, (Animal County) PA Map - Jlong Cities Project

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by Jdog84
Selene Blackcat Blvd / Dashie Blvd (Selene Blackcat City, PA) [Jlong Cities Project]
Airedale, (Animal County) PA Map - Jlong Cities Project
Map updated Oct 2018

1st File : Updated Oct 2018 Brexxie City area map with roads that connect to Grover City & Mercer, PA.
2nd File : Brexxie City, PA / Screwball & Mothball City, PA / Fluttershy & Discord City, PA MAP
3rd File : WIP Sketchup model of Brexxie City, PA


Brexxie City, PA is a city in my Jlong Cities Project named after
Brexxie
Brexxie


Below routes are linked to the new wiki which is STILL UNDER MAJOR WORK
Highways :
Interstate 79 (Cute Brexx Nirpaw - Pittsburgh Turnpike) - A north/south toll road named after
Brexxie
Brexxie
's character connecting Pittsburgh, PA to Ontario, Canada via Furry City, PA

Interstate 80 (Cute Screwball & Prince Mothball Exwy & Discord & Fluttershy Fwy) - A west/east interstate connecting Ohio to NYC. Named for Screwball from MLP & Mothball from the Daughter of Discord.

Pennsylvania Route 58 (Brexxie City - Grover City Rd) - East/West road through Brexxie City connecting the city to Grover City and U.S Route 19 Bypass.

U.S Route 19 Bypass (Cute Mothball & Screwball Rd) A bypass route of US 19 in Mercer, PA that runs north-south through Brexxie City.

Anthro County Route 701 - Loop route around the cities. Used to be Pennsylvania Loop Route 701.    


Map, Sketchup Model, Sketchup Model Screencap (C)
Jdog84
Jdog84

Brexx Nirpaw (C)
Brexxie
Brexxie

Fluttershy, Discord,Screwball (C) Hasbro
Prince Mothball (C) DisneyFanatic2364


*Note*
KNOT University is based on sunitai's comic

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Published: 10 months, 3 weeks ago
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Snowfirechakat
10 months, 3 weeks ago
wow this looks really cool
Jdog84
10 months, 3 weeks ago
Thanks :)
Snowfirechakat
10 months, 3 weeks ago
your more than welcome
moyomongoose
10 months, 3 weeks ago
That looks like one of those interchanges where travelers who are from out of state and are not familiar with it could be confused by it...It kind of looks like one of those places where you are entering a country where traffic travels on the opposite side of the road.
They approach it saying, "Which way in the Hell do we turn here?!".

A family from out of state travelling through;
Mom says, "Is that the way we're suppose to turn?"
Dad says, "That one ramp looks like we're gonna go against traffic!".
Mom says, "Then turn THAT way!".
Dad says, "Now we're headed to Youngstown...We're suppose to be going to Omega City".
One of the kids says, "Are we going the wrong way...again?".
Mom says, "Johnny, just be quiet until we get this straightened out".
Jdog84
10 months, 3 weeks ago
That made me laugh. :)
The interchange, called a "Diverging Windmill" is one that has been designed, but never made into a real interchange between real roads.

Wikipedia says :
" A variation of the windmill, called the diverging windmill, increases capacity by altering the direction of traffic flow of the interchanging highways, making the connecting ramps much more direct.

From : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Interchange_(road)#Windmi...
Wikipedia image : https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/1d/Div...

It was interesting to me, and since it was never made into a real interchange, I decided to try to use it.
I do have some other confusing interchanges in my project, I will be uploading those maps soon.


Edit :
It looks similar to this interchange, but with all right exits instead of left exits.
https://goo.gl/maps/m5jEcMtyskT2
moyomongoose
10 months, 3 weeks ago
The right exits do make it easier on the slow drivers.  

With left exits, as we all know, slow drivers are suppose to be in the right lane. Sooooo, when a slow driver arrives at a place where a left exit is to be made, a bunch of fast drivers might continually cut off the slow driver and not let the slow driver into the left lane in order to make the exit...Thus the slow driver misses the exit.

The cloverleaf interchange also has right lane exit and entrances only;
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cloverleaf_interchange#/m...


  
Jdog84
10 months, 3 weeks ago
That made me think. I am going to work on removing left exits from my interchanges.
moyomongoose
10 months, 2 weeks ago
Aw-right...Good move.

There is also a really screwed up thing about fast drivers not letting a slow driver into a lane...The crude illustration makes it easier to explain"

_________________________________________________________________
    [Fast driver>
_____     _____     _____     _____     _____     ______     _____     _____    ____
                                                                                                  [Slow driver>
_________________________________________________________________
Speed limit 70;

The slow driver (driving a 2005 Colorado pick up, 116 hp, 4 cylinder...with half a load of firewood), presently driving at 55 mph, wants to get into the left lane.
The slow driver checks his side mirror, sees the car approaching in the left lane, and makes sure there is plenty of time to make the lane change...There is only a 12 mph difference in speed between the two vehicles, and the faster car is still 500 feet behind.
The slow driver turns on the left signal, and begins the lane change.
The Fast driver, presently going 67 mph, thinks, "Screw this. That 55 mph slow poke ain't gettin' ahead of me".
So while the slow driver is in the middle of changing lanes, the fast driver floors it to about 95 mph (2017 Charger, 500 hp V-8) in an attempt to squeeze past and ahead of the slow driver's pick-up.
But the fast driver misjudges the clearance between vehicles, and as he ZOOOOOOOMs by at 95 mph, he collides and bangs along the side of the slow driver's small pick-up going 55 mph while still half way between the two lanes.
The slow driver jerks his pick-up all the way back into the right lane, and exclaims, "DAMN!...WHERE'D THAT COME FROM!".
When both drivers pull over, the driver of the Charger tells the pick-up driver, "You switched lanes into me, dude. Look what you did to my car. I hope you got good insurance".

In some states, Florida included, the slow driver in the pick-up would be cited as being at fault, simply because the car already in a lane has the right-of-way over the car that is trying to get into that lane...even though the driver of the 500 hp Charger suddenly went into race car driver mode.
In some states, the fast car could have been a Dodge Viper going at 200 mph, and the poor guy switching lanes would still be at fault.

Jdog84
2 months, 2 weeks ago
Been while, Wanted to show you a sky view of the "Diverging Windmill" interchange in this submission. On my Google Photos :
https://photos.app.goo.gl/YDHzm5BN4TALjNJs6
moyomongoose
2 months, 2 weeks ago
Looks pretty interesting.
Jdog84
2 months, 2 weeks ago
Want to see some bad road design, look at New York State Route 198 in Buffalo, NY. The road is almost full 50 MPH freeway through a park. They added some guard rails not long ago after a kid got killed by a driver falling asleep and driving off the road. Just look at the street view.

https://goo.gl/maps/KfiaJkos2wy

And this area of the freeway has a small cement curb between a side road with houses.
https://goo.gl/maps/MZKDchLtkz92


I however have removed a freeway from a tight downtown area and opened up the old freeways riverside section as a park and made the road into a 30 MPH parkway. You can see its wiki page here : http://jlongcitiesproject.wikidot.com/pennsylvania-sta...
(The wiki is still under work, plus learning the way to use wikidot).
moyomongoose
2 months, 2 weeks ago
Someone new to the are would get confused.

Interstates 40 and 55 in Memphis, Tennessee will throw a curve ball to someone not familiar to the area...especially where I-55 turns into E. H. Crump Blvd. unless you exit to continue south on 55.

And where 40 and 55 cross on the southside of Memphis, you'd be heading to Nashville, wondering "What happened to I-55? I thought we were going to Blytheville, Arkansas".
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