Video debate: Is Halifax's crush on roundabouts good news?

Not everyone loves the city's latest traffic infatuation.

If everyone used roundabouts exactly as road engineers planned, Halifax would be a traffic utopia.
If everyone used roundabouts exactly as road engineers planned, Halifax would be a traffic utopia.

On paper, roundabouts are safer and move traffic better than traditional intersections. But on the street, people aren't so sure that Halifax should put a ring on the latest trend in road construction. Our latest PLANifax video collab circles around the issues. Take a look, then share what you think of roundabouts in the comments.

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