The Magic Roundabout
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From: NickTheBatManThis is one of the most complex roundabout systems you'll see - when it
Wed Jan 04 13:37:15 -0800 2006
is eventually full res. See
for a Google Earth placemark with overlay of higher res image.
Wed Jan 04 16:12:17 -0800 2006
Check out the last picutre (from inside the Mini). This could never work in the US!
From: tedderit wouldn't work, but it would be great fun to watch.
Wed Jan 04 17:11:39 -0800 2006
BTW, on the same topic, did you know the roundabout at Arc de Triomphe gives priority to incoming traffic? i.e., traffic inside the roundabout must yield to traffic entering the roundabout. It is pretty trippy to watch.