I have a question for you: how do I render a portion of Marcos Paulino Avenue? (123456) (this might be silly and confusing, but this road is very unique in San Pablo City. Also, the term "the avenue in question" refers to Marcos Paulino Avenue.)
[scenario begins]The stretch of the said avenue from Hermanos Belen to Francisco Balagtas Boulevard is oneway (southbound/southeastbound) from five in the morning to nine in the evening. Motorists from Jose Rizal Avenue can access the entire stretch of the avenue in question, A Regidor Street, and Miguel Leonor Street, but cannot access Hermanos Belen and Jose Burgos Streets. Motorists coming from Hermanos Belen can pass through the stretch of the avenue in question bound for Rizal Avenue or pass through the stretch bound for Regidor, and other streets (but cannot access Hermanos Belen, since it is a oneway street). Motorists from Jose Burgos street can pass through the stretch of the avenue in question bound for Rizal Avenue (but cannot access Hermanos Belen, since it is a oneway street) or pass through the stretch bound for Regidor, and other streets.
From Regidor, you cannot make a left turn from 5 am to 9 pm but you can make a right turn 24/7. From Leonor, you can't pass through the avenue in question unless you're bound for the nearby shopping center (which will be mapped in a couple of days; found along the avenue in question), Francisco Balagtas Boulevard, and the nearby San Francisco (Calihan) barangay/village from 5 am to 9 pm. Otherwise, you can go northbound on the avenue in question, and pass through Regidor Street or head towards Rizal Avenue. From Crispin Calabia Avenue/San Francisco (Calihan), you can pass through the avenue in quesion, but you need to make a mandatory (from 5 am to 9 pm) right turn towards Francisco Balagtas Boulevard. Otherwise, you can pass through the avenue in question to your destination. From Balagtas Boulevard, you must make a mandatory left turn towards San Francisco (Calihan) from 500-2100. [scenario ends]
I appreciate your help. Thank you in advance.
UPDATE: A portion of Marcos Paulino Avenue (from Miguel Leonor to the bridge) "tested" for any restrictions, results here.
UPDATE 2: The "test" worked earlier, applied it, worked perfectly. Looks like I answered my question above. Since there are alot of similar "confusing" street signs in Metro Manila, maybe they should take a look on that link given a paragraph ago.