Plopped in the middle of the intersection where Main Street crosses the highway in Plymouth, a new roundabout forces drivers to slow to 15 miles per hour but doesn’t require them to stop. Instead, traffic from four directions merges and flows idea McClatchy The Sacramento Bee
Plopped in the middle of the intersection where Main Street crosses the highway in Plymouth, a new roundabout forces drivers to slow to 15 miles per hour but doesn’t require them to stop. Instead, traffic from four directions merges and flows idea McClatchy The Sacramento Bee

Traffic roundabouts once drew skepticism. Now Caltrans is among their biggest fans

January 17, 2018 03:55 AM