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I was in Sydney in 2000 to check out the Olympics. Stayed in Bondi Beach and swam laps at the olympic pools in Homebush Bay. The main roundabout included pedestrian crosswalk signals. While staying at a Backpackers near St. Kilda in Melbourne was amazed to see roundabouts with trams going through their center. That was my inspiration when I got back to the states to design a similar roundabout at the University of Utah. It opened in 2003.

  • 2-lane roundabout, Canberra  » Click to zoom -> 2-lane roundabout, Canberra

  • Intermodal Station, Bondi Beach, Sydney  » Click to zoom -> Intermodal Station, Bondi Beach, Sydney

  • Light Rail Rbt, 2000 St. Kilda Beach, Melbourne  » Click to zoom -> Light Rail Rbt, 2000 St. Kilda Beach, Melbourne

  • Light Rail Rbt, 2000 St. Kilda Beach, Melbourne  » Click to zoom -> Light Rail Rbt, 2000 St. Kilda Beach, Melbourne

  • Roundabout converted to traffic signal at Fitzroy and Grey St., 2010 St. Kilda  » Click to zoom -> Roundabout converted to traffic signal at Fitzroy and Grey St., 2010 St. Kilda

  • Olympic Roundabout at entrance to Hombush Bay, Olympic Park  » Click to zoom -> Olympic Roundabout at entrance to Hombush Bay, Olympic Park

  • M3 Homebush Bay Roundabout  » Click to zoom -> M3 Homebush Bay Roundabout

  • Olympic Roundabout near Tennis Stadium  » Click to zoom -> Olympic Roundabout near Tennis Stadium

  • Homebush Bay Tennis Stadium Mini-rbt  » Click to zoom -> Homebush Bay Tennis Stadium Mini-rbt

  • Koornang and Oakleigh, St.Kilda  » Click to zoom -> Koornang and Oakleigh, St.Kilda

  • Worthing and Wickham, St.Kilda  » Click to zoom -> Worthing and Wickham, St.Kilda

  • Worthing and Wickam, St.Kilda  » Click to zoom -> Worthing and Wickam, St.Kilda

  • Worthing and Wickham, St.Kilda  » Click to zoom -> Worthing and Wickham, St.Kilda

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