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When you intend to use at any
other exit:
• As you approach, scan for pedestrians
and cyclists at the crosswalks at the
entrance and exits of the circle.
• Activate your right signal when
approaching the exit you wish to use.

Two lane traffic circle /
roundabout

ENTERING CIRCULAR INTERSECTIONS:

Drivers entering the circular intersection
must yield to drivers already in the circle.
Once in the circle, drivers must activate
the right signal when preparing to exit.

USING THE RIGHT LANE TO ENTER
AND EXIT:


Drivers entering the circle from the right
lane must do so when it is safe and stay
in the right lane while in the circle. They
must exit using the right lane.

USING THE LEFT LANE TO ENTER
AND EXIT:


Drivers using the left lane to enter the
circle must do so when it is safe and
stay in the left lane while in the circle/
roundabout. They must exit using the left
lane. Drivers planning to travel past the
first exit should use the left lane to enter
and exit.

IN CIRCULAR INTERSECTIONS:

While in the circle, the driver on the
right must yield to the driver on the left.
Activate the right signal when preparing
to exit. Use caution when exiting and
crossing through the right (outside) lane.

Do not change lanes in the circle. Traffic
in the red lanes (white arrows) must
yield to traffic in the yellow lanes (black
arrows). Traffic entering the circle (grey
lanes) must yield to traffic in the circle
(both red and yellow lanes).

 

Vehicles B and C must yiled to vehicles A.

Vehicle E must yield to vehicle D, while 
vehicles F and D may proceed together.

 

 

60  A Driver's Guide to Operation, Safety and Licensing

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