Road Related Structures in Minnesota

Roundabouts are circular intersections designed to control traffic features. These features - including yield control of entering traffic, channelized approaches, and restrictive <br/>Geometric curvature and roadway widths - are designed to control travel speeds, facilitate efficient exchange of traffic flows, and minimize the number and severity of vehicle conflicts.<br/><br/>Supplemental information of medians and Medians locations<br/><br/>Check other metadata records in this package for more information on Road Related Structures.<br/>

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dsModifiedDate 2022-09-29 00:14:48
dsOriginator Minnesota Department of Transportation
dsPurpose To create a spatial representation for mapping the location for roundabouts.
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