Here's the background:
Last year there was just 2 schools near this intersection and now there are 3 all starting at the same time.
|The stars are where the schools are located|
There's lots of congestion and people have also noticed people blowing through the stop sign near the intersection. Then I saw this in the email thread:
And I started wondering, why isn't there enough room? How much room is required for a roundabout or traffic circle? Could that be applied to properties of circles and area in geometry or would that be better attacked in Algebra 2 and try to maximize the restrictions?
I found this when I started researching the construction requirements for a roundabout:
Gotta love the random inspiration I get!