The Highway Crossing was a product released in 1995 and retired in 2000. It has gates that can be rotated to let either any vehicle or any engine pass through.
The prototype depicts gates that can be raised, lowered, and rotated, whereas the final product's gates can only rotate.
For some reason, the roadway ramps are removable via male-female connectors. However, Roadway Track was not made until 2002, seven years after this product was released, and one year after it was retired officially.
The product's title is misleading, as it does not represent a true railway crossing that would be seen on a highway. Instead the product depicts a crossing as would be found on a more suburban or rural road.