"The term 'modern roundabout' is used in the United States to differentiate modern roundabouts from nonconforming traffic circles or rotaries that have been in use for many years. Modern roundabouts are defined by two basic operational and design principles: Yield at entry, and Deflection of Entering Traffic."

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