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Old 09-02-2012, 05:19 PM
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speaking of turning

I sure like the U turns that Texas has

Texas: Turnarounds
In Texas, “turnarounds” (or “U-turn only lanes”) are used as a traffic control technique. Whereas a Michigan Left follows an intersection (for vehicles following the path of the red line shown in the traffic flow image above), a turnaround precedes an intersection and allows a driver to reverse direction without being subject to traffic signals at the intersection. The illustration on the next page, from http://www.texhwyman.com/tex.htm, shows illustrated traffic patterns and a photograph of a turnaround in San Antonio, Texas.
( darn website does not seem to work )
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