Roundabout Information

A roundabout is a circular intersection where drivers travel counterclockwise around a center island. There are no traffic signals or stop signs in a roundabout. Drivers entering the roundabout must yield to the traffic inside the roundabout. The only way to exit the roundabout is to make a right hand turn at your desired highway. In a roundabout, there is no stopping – only yielding. The roundabout is expected to not only improve current traffic flow, but also accommodate the increased traffic the area anticipates long-term.

The roundabout provides many benefits to travelers including:

  • The elimination of high speed crashes
  • Improved flow of traffic
  • Increased traffic capacity
  • Ability to accommodate vehicles and trucks of all sizes
  • Increased safety for all travelers

Roundabouts are located on North Dakota highways in the following locations:

  • ND Highway 23 Johnson’s Corner
  • ND Highway 22 south of Killdeer
  • ND Highway 200 and ND Highway 58 intersection
  • Killdeer bypass and ND Highway 200 intersection
  • Killdeer bypass and ND Highway 22 intersection
  • ND Highway 23 at Keene corner
  • US Highway 281 at Carrington
  • Old ND 23A in Watford City