Yes, folks. I'm participating two weeks in a row. Don't worry. The ADD will kick in by next week when I catch sight of shiny object.
Time to learn something!
1. Go to Wikipedia.
2. Click on "Random article" in the left-hand sidebar box.
3. Post it!
Here's what I got for today (quite frankly, the thought of having to master this scares the crap out me.)
A Magic Roundabout (also known as a ring junction) is a road junction that consists of several mini-roundabouts surrounding what seems to be a large standard roundabout - one mini-roundabout for each road joining. Traffic can usually travel in either direction around the whole junction.
Some examples of Magic Roundabouts are:
- Magic Roundabout (Swindon)
- Magic Roundabout (Hemel Hempstead) (includes drawing and full description)
- Magic Roundabout (Sadlers Hall Farm, Essex)
- Magic Roundabout (Junction of Tyndall Street and Ocean Way, Cardiff ) (N.B This does not fit the standard definition of a "Magic Roundabout". It is known locally as the Magic Roundabout purely because it has several interesting sculptures made out of road signs placed in its centre) .