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The underside of the walkways don't always aesthetically align due to the design.  The walkways currently have 2 beams going one way and 1 beam going another on the underside.  This design choice does not allow for uninterrupted flow of walkway connections.  Example:  I place 2 corners next to each other to create a 180 degree turn and the bottom beams no longer line up which breaks the aesthetic.

My suggestion:  make the underside have either 1 beam both directions or 2 beams both directions.  I think 1 beam both directions would be best as it might be less geometry and also then a central beam could be added to the underside of the ramps for a complete tie in.
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Feel like this must have been suggested before.
I certainly agree they need some form of universal symmetry.
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