Turning movement diagrams
The turning movement diagrams available on this page are in Adobe® Portable Document Format (PDF) accessed
through an ArcGIS Online map interface or a Google Earth™ KMZ file. If you choose to utilize the ArcGIS Online map interface, you must have
the Adobe® Acrobat® Reader®
installed. In order to view these PDF files utilizing the Google Earth™ KMZ file, you must have
the Adobe® Acrobat® Reader® and Google Earth™ applications. Click on the links to install them if necessary.
View the turning movement diagrams through:
ArcGIS Online map interface
Turning movement KMZ file - last updated Aug. 5, 2015
After downloading and opening the KMZ file, please note the turning movements are organized by year.
- Zoom in to the intersection you are seeking. The number in the colored hexagon symbol indicates the year
that turning movement data is available.
- Click on the hexagon and a pop-up dialog will appear with summary information about
the intersection. Some intersections may have multiple years of data and clicking on a hexagon will result in a
symbol for each year that data is available.
- Click on the link at the bottom of the dialog window to view a PDF diagram of the intersection with turning movement
data. New roadway and intersection relocations may cause dots for older turning movements to appear off the
current location of the roadway. Google Earth's historical imagery tool may allow you to view the former
alignment of the roadway.
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