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Circles and Dead Ends

Trying to nail down the terms and definitions to use in the connectivity study.
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Cayce Dagenhart

on 23 April 2010

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Transcript of Circles and Dead Ends

Wyndpark Salisbury Panorama Gilmore Keywood/Woodway Stonehouse Spinoza
Three "Test" Types Questionable Kelly




Bob



Philipp
Yes; If located at the end of a non-throughway street and allows continuous movement of a car in one direction to exit.

No; It only allows for one way in and out, no different than a cul-de-sac. it is a nice design feature.

No; It is more of a street with a glorified cul-de-sac. From my standpoint, circles have two entry points.
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Bob



Philipp
Yes; Because I am assuming that circle is the same as a cul-de-sac.

No; It is a loop street.

No; Again, only one entry point.
Yes; One way in, one way out.

No; It is a dead end streeet with a nice boulevard feature.

No; This is just bad street planning.
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Bob



Philipp
No; You can enter and exit at two points.

No; It is a loop street.

Yes; Two points of entry.
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Philipp
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Philipp
No; Because the combination of the visual circle is comprised of two streets and each, technically has two ways to exit each road.

No; where does it terminate?

Yes; Two points of entry.
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Bob

Philipp
No; More than one exit/entrance for Stonehouse.

No; loop street.

Yes; Nice circle.
No; More than one exit/entrance.

define circle.

Yes; Two points of entry.
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Bob

Philipp
Yes; There is only one entrance/exit point to connect to other transportation corridors.

Is a dead end a terminus of a street, a characteristic, not street classification?

No; No Outlet would be more appropriate.
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Philipp Hillview Cobblestone Yes There is only one entrance/exit point to connect to other transportation corridors.

NO Again, NO OUTLET would be a more effective way of expressing Cobblestone.
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Philipp Nester Yes; There is only one entrance/exit point to connect to other transportation corridors.

NO; Same reasoning
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Philipp Dead Ends and Cul-de-sacs Cul-de-sac - a local street having one end open to vehicular traffic and the other end perminantly closed with a vehicular turn around. (Tallmadge, Ohio) Dead End - A street that is connected to another street at one end, but which is intended to ultimately connect with another street at the closed end (Thorton, Colorado) Loop Street - A street which is intended to serve as direct or indirect access to residential lots, which begins and terminates in the same street or highway but not at the same location (Kern County, California) Cul-de-loop - A street that turns into and reconnects with it's main axis, with the center or island used for parking or open space purposes (Carmel, Indiana)
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