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  • n. Plural form of gyratory.

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Examples

  • London's worst 10 London gyratories for cyclists | Laura Laker 22 hrs ago Manchester Evening News Burglar jailed after trying to smother pensioner, 76, with pillow Grave concern

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  • To see whether that is true, the past two weeks has taken me on a pilgrimage to London's worst gyratories.

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  • As with most gyratories traffic feels faster than in surrounding two-way streets and pedestrian crossings create a "starting line" feeling when the lights turn green.

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  • One-way gyratories became popular with 1960s and 1970s urban planning, designed to move large volumes of traffic fast.

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  • Do something about it then, post examples of other gyratories that are a pain.

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  • London's worst 10 London gyratories for cyclists | Laura Laker

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  • Do you have strong feelings about or experiences good or bad, of gyratories in your town or city?

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  • As with other gyratories, traffic comes in fast, angry waves with aggressive responses to anyone holding up traffic, even to taxis picking up fares from outside a supermarket.

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  • But the inherent speeds of large one-way systems can make for terrifying travel on foot or by bicycle. believes gyratories are responsible for putting more people in cars , while deterring those who would rather walk or cycle.

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  • Local traffic management schemes can be redesigned to allow cyclists through them and urban gyratories can be removed.

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