Roundabouts are a type of circular intersection defined by the basic operational principle of entering traffic yielding to vehicles on the circulatory roadway. Roundabouts have geometric features providing a reduced speed environment that offers substantial safety advantages and excellent operational performance.
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The modern roundabout is characterized by the following basic principles:
NCHRP 672 Exhibit 5-2
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Georgia DOT Roundabouts TeamOffice of Traffic Operationsroundabouts@dot.ga.gov
Roundabouts can reduce crashes that may result in serious injuries or fatalities by 78 to 82 percent compared to conventional intersections controlled by traffic lights or stop signs.
Guidelines covering roundabouts (Georgia DOT Design Policy Manual: Chapter 8).