Figure 1: Destination positioning at intersections means that the following configuration of general travel lanes would be a poor design, and not something any traffic engineer would do. (Courtesy of Dan Gutierrez)
This is the second installment in a three-part series by guest author, John Brooking (read part one here); The rules of the road for general traffic have been in development for about 100 years now. One of the earliest pioneers of traffic law was William Phelps Eno, who started writing the first traffic rules for... Read more »