Roundabouts Database

Welcome to the Roundabouts Database, the most comprehensive inventory of roundabouts and circular intersections on the web! We provide this website and database as a public service to the Transportation Research Board, to transportation professionals, and to the public at large to provide the most complete inventory of roundabouts and circular intersections in the United States, Canada, and beyond.

At the top of the screen are five public tabs:

Quick facts (see poster here for details):

Important Information for Adding New Sites: If you would like to submit new sites for the database, please double-click on the map at the intersection of interest, after which a form will appear. Please fill out the form as completely as possible, including (if possible) a website link where more information can be found. A site with only default information takes us longer to review and edit and may be delayed for review or deleted entirely. Our volunteer curation time is limited, and we will prioritize accordingly. In general, circular intersections that serve essentially as cul-de-sacs or that are located within apartment complexes or other private sites will be deleted.

What’s new?

2022-08-26: Due to the nature of the Microsoft Bing map interface, we have added a home landing page and buttons that require you to select these to obtain aerial photos. This has been needed to reduce unnecessary transactions with the Bing interface, including from bots. Please feel free to select these if you need these for your purposes, but we would appreciate keeping these selections to a minimum.