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Intersection Safety Roundabouts

Figure 25: Lane-Use Arrow Options for Roundabout Approaches

This figure shows two examples of intersection lane control sign arrow options for roundabouts.

The first example is of standard arrows and shows a vertical black arrow curving up and to the left. The arrow is shown curving around a circle formed by a broken black line, labeled "optional for left-most lane." Two arrows formed by broken black lines are shown attached to the vertical shaft of the black arrow. One points up, and the other curves to the right. They are labeled "Match arrows with desired lane use configuration."

he second example is of fish-hook arrows and shows a vertical black arrow curving up and then slightly to the right and then to the left. The arrow is shown curving around a circle formed by a broken black line, labeled "optional for left-most lane."Two arrows formed by broken black lines are shown attached to the curving black arrow. One is attached to the top of the left curve and curves slightly to the right. and then up. The other is attached to the base of the black arrow and curves to the right. They are labeled "Match arrows with desired lane use configuration."

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Page last modified on December 1, 2015.
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