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| Effect of installing signals on approaches to roundabout at New York Road Circus, Leeds
|Effect of installing signals on approaches to roundabout at New York Road Circus, Leeds
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Effect of installing signals on approaches to roundabout at New York Road Circus, Leeds
|Location||National Archives (see all files stored here)|
|File base||Series DSIR, subseries DSIR 12|
In much the same situation as described at DSIR 12/181a, this file describes a second experiment carried out at another location - this time a roundabout on New York Road in Leeds. The roundabout where this trial took place has since been swept away and is now the North Lane interchange on the Leeds Inner Ring Road.
Interestingly, the New York Road roundabout was one of the first to trial the priority-from-the-right rule, so presumably the signalisation here was introduced to see its effects on a roundabout with established priority rules.
- DSIR 12/181a Effect of installing signals at the Western Avenue/Greenford Road roundabout (1960)
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