A roundabout is a one-way circular intersection engineered to reduce congestion and maximize safety.
Consider the following tips when you use Niagara's roundabouts:
Drivers should beware of pedestrians and cyclists crossing the road as you exit the roundabout. Ensure you obey all posted signage at the intersection.
If you enter a roundabout in a large truck (such as a transport truck) it's important for you to give other vehicles plenty of space.
Make use of the "truck apron" around the centre island when turning.
If you have not entered the roundabout: pull over and allow the emergency (police, fire or ambulance) vehicle to pass.
If you have entered the roundabout Do not stop - continue to your exit and then pull over and allow the emergency vehicle to pass.