America Should ‘Think Round’ For Safety for Vulnerable Road Users


Congress has not only codified roundabouts into federal law for the first time, and put them at the top of the list of examples of highway safety improvement projects. They’ve also defined them as providing “for the safety of all road users,” including pedestrians, cyclists and people who use assistive devices like wheelchairs — not just vehicle drivers.

Given these actions, the message should be loud and clear: roundabouts provide safety for all users. And I’d argue that they are even safer than traditional traffic signals.



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