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Roundabout Committee

Chair: Joseph Balskus, VHB, Wethersfield, CT, U.S.
Vice Chair: Claudio Figueroa, Burgess & Niple, Orlando, FL, U.S.
Vice Chair: Max McCardel, Safe Systems Solutions Pty Ltd, Brunswick, VIC, Australia

Mission: To save lives by accelerating the transition to safe intersections

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Transportation Research Board releases new roundabout resources

 

Roundabout Design Guidelines Links

Want to know more about roundabout design in your area? In order to share current practice reference material on roundabout design, this map provides clickable links to U.S. states’ and Canadian provinces’ roundabout design guidelines documents. If you have any additions or revisions to this resource, please contact Douglas Noble, dnoble@ite.org.

 

Roundabout Laws and Drivers Education Curriculum Links

Want to know more about roundabout laws and the associated drivers’ education curricula in your area? This spreadsheet [map]provides clickable links to U.S. states’ and Canadian provinces’ legal codes related to roundabouts and summarizes their current practice with respect to drivers’ education. If you have any additions or revisions to this resource, please contact Douglas Noble, dnoble@ite.org.

Roundabout Committee Resources: 

ITE Roundabout Committee, Pedestrian/Bicycle Committee

This QuickBite provides an overview of design elements that improve pedestrian safety at roundabouts. A series of case study examples are provided showing various design attributes and options with intended to improve driver yielding behavior.

How Carmel, Indiana Became the "Roundabout Capital of the United States"
Jeremy Kashman, chief engineer and director of engineering for the City of Carmel, IN, USA, joins the ITE Talks Transportation podcast to talk about how his city became the "Roundabout Capital of the United States." With more than 140 existing roundabouts and more in the works, Kashman describes the process of installing these roundabouts and the benefits they provide, including decreased congestion, improved safety, and reduced emissions. Kashman also describes the public's reaction to the roundabouts, and provides insights for any jurisdictions considering installing the structures.

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