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Once you know your way around a roundabout and you've seen all there is to see of a crossroads, it's time to move on to the big stuff. This page details the different types of interchange (usually on motorways but on other roads too) you might encounter - what it looks like, how it works, and what it's called. They're arranged on this page in alphabetical order.
Visitors to this page might also find the Dictionary helpful.
Motorway to road interchanges
Conventional, basic motorway-to-road connection.
A modern hybrid between diamond and roundabout interchange.
The true British interchange.
Three levels of road, three roads connected, three ways to build it.
The simplest free-flowing three-way connector.
Four symmetrical loops - it's impossible to miss a cloverleaf. If you can find one, that is.
It is big, and it is clever.
A clever improvement on the cloverleaf.
A cheap and cheerful way to fully grade separate two intersecting roads.
Free-flowing, resizeable and also quite pretty.
With thanks to Lazlo Horvath for information on this page.