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The Michigan Department of Transportation first used the design at the intersection of 8 Mile Road (M-102) and Livernois Avenue (42.4461°N 83.141°W) in Detroit in the early 1960s. The increase in traffic flow and reduction in accidents was so dramatic that over 700 similar intersections have been deployed throughout the state since then. In 2009 the Victorian state government in Australia announced the introduction of a P-turn, similar to the Michigan left, in the southern Melbourne suburb of Frankston.5 Traffic in Australia drives on the left: the P-turn requires right-turning vehicles to turn left then make ...


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