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Brutal but accurate!Chris5156 wrote: ↑Sun Oct 24, 2021 12:07No, but then look at what we’re calling innovation - a proven junction design that has been in use in other countries for decades. As innovation goes it’s about on a par with copying someone else’s homework.Bryn666 wrote: ↑Sun Oct 24, 2021 10:29Don't worry it threw me as well! WSP aren't known for innovationravenbluemoon wrote: ↑Sun Oct 24, 2021 00:43WSP being innovative? (Sorry, I'm still bitter and holding a grudge after 4 years )
Denmark are also in the DDI game, having recently rebuilt an interchange on the E20 at Odense. GMaps Link
Didn't get to play on it on my last drive through as it was around midnight, and I had just had fun and games driving into central Copenhagen looking for a Covid test centre (on a Friday night to boot!). Loads of Sabristic stuff along that motorway, including the Great Belt bridge and the Oresund Crossing.
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Once again, the perfect candidate for the application of the GG104 risk assessment process (and presumably exactly what it was designed for) - a Type B scheme at worst given the existence of extensive international experience.Bryn666 wrote: ↑Sun Oct 24, 2021 13:13