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Anon: Well designed roundabout is needed at Bypass
Comments re article 99395 Letter Roundabout is easy solution
Mr. Bray is absolutely correct. A well-designed, two-lane roundabout with proper signage (in short, everything the Public Square *isn't*) and an appropriate speed limit on the approach to and exit from the roundabout would enhance traffic flow while curtailing the speed of vehicles on the flat stretch between the hills. - AnonRelated, photos from another source, Mark Hale - Mark Hale: Solutions found in Georgia to Bypass safety problem
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