Roundabouts, diverging diamonds becoming more common: Roadshow

At Pacific and Center in Santa Cruz.

Q: We just got back from a road trip through Oregon and Washington, and a few times a year I drive to SoCal. I have a few observations.

Mike Hedblom, Palo Alto

A: A road trip! Let’s get underway.

Q: Roundabouts: what a joy. Engineering marvels.

Mike Hedblom

A: Yes, they are. A roundabout can turn a three-minute wait at a busy intersection with traffic signals into little or no wait. Two roundabouts are being built at the almost always gridlocked Gilman Avenue interchange off Interstate 80 in Berkeley. Others are planned near Highway 156 and 101

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