There has been a lot of discussion in the past around zero node streets. However, when planning an upcoming run using route builder, I came across a single node road and questioned if such a thing should exist?
The offending road is https://citystrides.com/streets/11215175. Looking at the map you can see it is working as expected as the node at the junction sits just a few metres inside the boundary but the rest of the road sits over the boundary https://citystrides.com/streets/11231006
However, should a single node count as a road in its own right as you don’t have to go from A->B to complete the road. No idea how common this is and/or people’s views on it but thought it was an interesting quirk if nothing else!
(The slightly strangely drawn boundary also means that Drove Road is having a bit of an existential crisis along it’s path as it flips from South Cambridgeshire to Huntingdonshire to both along quite a short stretch!)