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4 thoughts on “All About Roundabouts: Help for the Circularly Challenged

  1. If people really find it that difficult, they can go down to Gig Harbor and practice.

    Roundabouts are better than traffic lights for moving cars and a whole lot cheaper to maintain. Of course they require more right-of-way and some of that belongs to the Lord Mayor…

  2. Roundabouts are no big deal to learn. Mark Dorsey is correct. Take a trip abroad and you’ll find that the great majority of drivers in “third world” countries can handle them quite well.

    Certainly drivers in this great nation are no less capable?

    Monty Mahan

  3. Mr. Mahan, nicely put, let’s not bother ourselves with what those pesky voters/taxpayers want or what is the best fit for the area. Let’s not worry about the concerns of the Fire Dept or Police. Don’t worry about the person waiting for medical response. Just build it and let them like it. This is the leadership quality I’ll be looking for in the new SK Commissioner.

  4. Mike,

    I was commenting upon the concept of roundabouts and whether people can learn to use them. I’ve never proposed ignoring the voters/taxpayers and Fire Department or Police.

    If the process is handled correctly you can find out how the majority feels and make sure that emergency services can make good use of these and any other road designs, where they are appropriate.

    Monty Mahan

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