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Washtenaw County Road Commission Seeks Public Input On Roundabouts

Apr 6, 2016

A typical trunk road roundabout in the UK at Carland Cross on the A30 in Cornwall.
Credit Wikipedia Commons

Roundabouts are becoming a common sight along Washtenaw County's roads, but many people still struggle to use them.

To help identify problems, the county's road commission is seeking public input with a new questionnaire. Mark McCulloch is the commission's senior project engineer.  He says the results will be very useful.


"That can either be used to help us with future designs or we can use and education campaign so that people feel more comfortable using roundabouts."

McCulloch says the questionnaire will remain open for a month, and a report with the findings should be available later this year.  It can be filled out in person at the Road Commission's office in Ann Arbor, or online at its website.

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