"People are learning," says police chief John Seto of the city's new traffic circles.
From the August, 2014 issue
Since 2007, seven "roundabouts" have opened around the periphery of Ann Arbor, mostly at intersections previously controlled by stoplights. Planners promised they'd yield less congestion and fewer accidents. Have they?
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