Cyclists and stop signs

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zzwergel
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Today, at the traffic circles that were installed on Euclid Ave. in Highland Park, I noticed that the yield signs were replaced with stop signs completely defeating the purpose of the traffic circles. Now, I guess I’ll just take Negley Ave. and zip right past all those stop signs. Why was this done? I hope it is temporary and will only remain until the rest of the traffic circles are installed.


gg
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I noticed that as well the other day.  Completely confused by all of it to be honest.  I don’t know much about the little roundabout idea there.  I also was wondering if there were more of those around?  Maybe the neighbors there complained?  It isn’t like it is very heavily traveled on that road.

Here is a typical media article on the roundabouts there.

 

 


zzwergel
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What I think is that Euclid Ave. should be made one-way in opposite directions with contraflow bike lanes so that motor vehicles don’t use it as a through street.

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