How to use the Sedona Roundabouts.
Sedona Roundabouts are very popular. Even though they are gaining popularity throughout Arizona, most people have never used a roundabout. In Sedona and the Village of Oak Creek, there are eleven roundabouts with two more coming soon to the Uptown Sedona area. Getting to know how to use these roundabouts before you head to Sedona is probably a good idea. Once you learn the rules of using a roundabout, you’ll be able to navigate through them with ease.
The Arizona Department of Transportation has a very detailed description of how to use a roundabout. The link can be found here at https://www.azdot.gov/about/transportation-safety/roundabouts/overview/
Below, you’ll find a great video on YouTube that shows information about using the traffic circles in Sedona.
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