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Author Topic: NH lawmakers want Mass. border warning signs  (Read 5886 times)

slothman

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Re: NH lawmakers want Mass. border warning signs
« Reply #15 on: December 16, 2011, 01:36:48 am »

I would rather replace a few 4-way stops on the border with mini-roundabouts, allowing for a much easier U-turn to get back into the Granite State.  Mini-roundabouts are not too expensive.

How does a mini-roundabout differ from a regular roundabout?
And how come there aren't more roundabouts in the world/America?
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Re: NH lawmakers want Mass. border warning signs
« Reply #16 on: December 20, 2011, 10:37:58 pm »

Not to get too far off topic, a mini roundabout is tiny, and often has no more than a small, painted circle in the middle.  The nifty thing about a mini roundabout is that, if there are no cars coming, you can just slow down and drive straight through.  It only acts as a small roundabout if someone else pulls up.  You find them all over Europe and UK countries.

For the purposes of this thread, it would be handy to be able to pull a U-turn right in the intersection before ending up in Mass.  I can think of a few locations that would be great for this purpose.

Proposed sign:
Last opportunity to U-turn before Mass. border
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