Now you have.
Or at least, you've seen a video from the dash of a vehicle going through it.
Close enough? I hope so.
North Dakota's first traffic roundabout was installed at the intersection of Highways 22 and 200 in Killdeer in 2012. It assists in moving traffic through the busy intersecting truck routes and is great improvement to the four-way stop that was used formerly. The roundabout started out as a bit of an experiment, testing to see if it was a good fit for all the truck traffic that travels on the routes. It was quickly deemed a success and has continued to be thought of as such.
Now, I know these are a commonplace elsewhere in the world. But here? It's the first. Having the first of anything in our great state is pretty neat.
Things are getting fancy in the oil field!
(Or at least the traffic is flowing better.)
Have a great week!