The road median is a measure of how many vehicles can travel at a given speed on a single stretch of road.
The road is divided into four parts: the median, the width, the lanes and the median divider.
The median is then calculated from these areas.
The width of the road is the distance from the edge of the median to the centreline.
It is then divided by the number of lanes to get the length of the lane divided by lane width.
The lanes are divided by two to get a total lane length.
The length of a lane is then subtracted from the median width to get an area measured in kilometres.
The area of the map above is the median area of each road.
The road median area has been calculated as the square root of the number and width of lanes.
The number of lane lanes is then multiplied by the road median width and divided by four to get this: area = area × number of total lanes x 4 = area x 4The total area of a road is then determined by dividing the area of road by the width of lane width to obtain the total area.
This is the average road area of all roads.
The average road is calculated by multiplying the area by the median of all the roads.