[Tagging] [Talk-us] First bona fide mini-roundabout spotted
phil at trigpoint.me.uk
Mon May 7 22:54:09 BST 2012
On Mon, 2012-05-07 at 13:30 -0700, Paul Johnson wrote:
> On Mon, May 7, 2012 at 1:28 PM, Nathan Mills <nathan at nwacg.net> wrote:
> > So this is not/should not be a mini_roundabout? It seems a little silly to
> > call it anything else, since the city just dug a hole in the center of the
> > existing intersection, built a circular curb, and planted a tree:
> > http://g.co/maps/e2gsv
> > What about this one? Also a full on roundabout?
> > http://g.co/maps/d6n74
> > This looks more like a roundabout to me:
> > http://g.co/maps/hnbp9
> All three are roundabouts, yes.
All 3 are roundabouts, none of them a mini-roundabouts.
The point of a mini-roundabout is that they can be driven over, hence
whilst cars are supposed to go around them and many are 'speed-hump
raised' to encourage this behaviour. Trucks can pass over them as many
are in places where a truck cannot get around otherwise.
The first 2 should be mini-roundabouts, as a truck is likely to have
serious issues with them. I cannot imagine that tree will last too long.
This is a mini-roundabout, which you can see is raised slightly
Actually its part of the magic roundabout, which is a roundabout you can
go around in either direction, and at each intersection there is a
mini-roundabout. On osm its here, http://osm.org/go/eumbs5ZIw--
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