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||The Yakama Nation and the Washington State DOT are working together to implement roundabouts along U.S. Route 97 to address both corridor and pedestrian safety. Learn more about this important collaboration at https://youtu.be/eofYIijcFN0.
At more than 40 of them and counting, the City of Bend, Oregon, explains why roundabouts are “Another Safe Intersection” at https://youtu.be/VMG87tGIblM.
|The folks in Idaho Falls want you to know – “Don’t Be Scared. It’s Only a Roundabout.” Are you brave enough to learn more at https://youtu.be/w_u2bEe1Ojc?
Let the Sunshine State shine some light on roundabouts with the Florida DOT Roundabouts 101 video series at https://youtu.be/i22yyM8dOfw.
|The Rules of the Roundabout are as easy as 1-2-3 – learn about them in this how-to video from FHWA Safety Program at https://youtu.be/peUf2NRdWxs
Don’t be intimidated by roundabouts – they’re easy to learn how to use, as the North Carolina DOT explains at https://youtu.be/L6uYbj7Gtyo.
|The City of Carmel, Indiana, has 134 roundabouts with more on the way. This video offers a virtual tour of most of them: https://youtu.be/fhmnxeUTLkc.
Aprons aren’t just for cooking – the Montana DOT explains how roundabout aprons serve an important purpose for large vehicles at https://youtu.be/_SaZg3MnHKM.
|One way to make a floating bridge along State Route 104 even more unique is to put a metered roundabout at one end to improve safety and operations at an existing intersection, as the Washington State DOT explains at https://youtu.be/KhBqyq0r5vE.
There’s no dilly-dallying at the Lake County (Illinois) Division of Transportation, but there is a roundabout at the Dilleys and Wadsworth Roads intersection. Learn more about it at https://youtu.be/R7rA-rscA70.