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Why not? Like roundabouts, once people get used to them, they make perfect sense.Wisconsin, in particular, needs to adopt them. They have a ton of divided boulevards and highways with left turns made at the intersection that holds up traffic flow.
http://maps.google.com/?ll=41.992264,-88.046075&spn=0.005965,0.011877&t=m&z=17&vpsrc=6&layer=c&cbll=41.992155,-88.046106&panoid=lxVj9w007NxJ-jOokgj5pg&cbp=12,102.63,,0,4.07The Elgin-O'Hare Expressway at illinois 53. I have no idea why IDOT didn't make an interchange with 53 to provide better access to I290. The stopping to transfer highways is an unnecessary delay.
There's a signalized Michigan left of sorts at the intersection of State Street and 12300 South in Draper, a suburb of Salt Lake. Here's the "thru-turn" project website: LINK
There are at least 3 on US 65 south of Buffalo, MO
Quote from: US71 on August 22, 2012, 10:01:15 PMThere are at least 3 on US 65 south of Buffalo, MOIf you're forced to turn right, even to go straight across US 65, it's not a Michigan left.
A Michigan left. Because you can go straight across US 31.
Quote from: NE2 on August 22, 2012, 10:49:40 PMA Michigan left. Because you can go straight across US 31.Works the same on US 65, so what's the difference?