Road flaring, what is it and why it sucks in a urban environment

Road flaring is the gradual corner radius that occur at all intersections, it allows traffic to flow smoothy around corners rather than making sharp 90 degree turns. An extreme example of road flaring is a freeway interchange with long flowing corners and high vehicle speeds, the tight 90 degree bends in carparks are at the … More Road flaring, what is it and why it sucks in a urban environment