Looks like these UK traffic engineers got a little carried away...
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Which is pretty much how they work in the UK and France (although in France the drive on the right).JNL said:We have quite a lot of roundabouts, and they all work the same way: you give way to traffic coming through the roundabout, to your right (we drive on the left). They seem to work pretty well, but can be very dangerous for cyclists, especially when they are multi-lane.
There has been one (well, a traffic circle) on Hwy 58 in northwest suburban Chicago for decades. It works, but the people who are not used to it get really confused. It does not help that it has two lanes.