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Michigan Roundabout Resource Center


Valuable tips, advice and maps to help drivers navigate roundabouts throughout Michigan

Map of Michigan Roundabout Locations

Comprehensive list of all roundabouts on public Michigan roads. Last Updated May, 2018. This map allows you to zoom into local areas and click on specific intersections for more details.




Roundabouts are popping up all over Michigan. And whether you like them or not, this new intersection format is definitely an adjustment for drivers. There are currently more than 100 roundabouts in Michigan with more planned each year.

Below are several resources to help drivers understand these intersections better and navigate through them safely. Watch for updates to the proposed list of new roundabouts as well as additional resources as they become available.

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Proposed Michigan roundabouts

These construction projects have been approved and are slated to be completed over the next several years. Check back often as new roundabouts are added once announced by MDOT or local road commissions.

Roundabout LocationOpening Date
Lapeer and Allen Roads
Kimball Township
Proposed for 2018 by SCRC
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US 131 and M-186
Fife Lake Twp
Proposed for 2019 by MDOT
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Baldwin Road (includes 5 roundabouts in phases)
Orion Township
Proposed for 2017 by RCOC
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Mackinac Trail, 3 Mile Road and the I-75 Business Spur
Sault Ste. Marie
Proposed for 2018 by MDOT
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US 41 at Brickyard Road and County Road 492, near Walmart and Target (2 roundabouts)
Marquette
Proposed for 2019 by MDOT
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W. Washington Avenue and W. Main Avenue
Zeeland
Proposed for 2019 by MDOT
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Fourth Street and Hickory Avenue
Jackson
Proposed for 2018 by City of Jackson
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Cooper Road and I-94 interchange (2 roundabouts)
Jackson
Proposed for 2018 by MDOT
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Kibby and Denton roads
Jackson
Proposed for 2018 by City of Jackson
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Baker and Shield roads
Dexter
Proposed for 2018 by WCRC
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Baker and Dan Hoey roads
Dexter
Proposed for 2018 by WCRC
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33 Mile Road and McKay (just east of M-53)
Romeo/Bruce Twp
Proposed for 2018 by MDOT/Macomb Cty
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Hill and Belsay Roads
Grand Blanc
Proposed for 2018 by GCRC
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Wiard and Airport Drive
Ypsilanti Twp
Proposed for 2018 by MDOT
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Remembrance Road and Kinney Avenue
Walker/Grand Rapids
Proposed for 2019 by MDOT
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Maiden Lane and Fuller Road
Ann Arbor
Proposed for 2019/2020 by WCRC
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Service Road and School Avenue
Hudsonville
Proposed for 2018/19
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Top 10 Michigan Roundabout Crashes - 2017

Rank Dangerous Intersection Total Crashes Injury Crashes Only
1 18 1/2 Mile Road and M 53/Van Dyke
Sterling Heights, Macomb County
165 13
2 Orchard Lake Road and 14 Mile Road
Farmington Hills/West Bloomfield Twp, Oakland County
144 24
3 Martin Parkway/M5 and Pontiac Trail
Commerce Twp, Oakland County
142 9
4 State Street and Ellsworth Road
Ann Arbor/Pittsfield Twp, Washtenaw County
110 2
5 Farmington Road and Maple Road
West Bloomfield, Oakland County
77 4
6 Farmington Road and 14 Mile Road
Farmington Hills/West Bloomfield, Oakland County
76 3
7 Lee Road and Whitmore Lake Road
Green Oak Twp, Livingston County
64 4
8 Livernois Road and Hamlin Road
Rochester Hills, Oakland County
53 6
9 26 Mile Road and S M-53
Washington Twp/Shelby Twp, Macomb County
53 3
10 Oakley Park Road and Martin Parkway
Commerce Twp, Oakland County
47 0
Source: Michigan State Police Traffic Crash Reporting Unit


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Determining fault in a roundabout accident

We interviewed a traffic investigator at the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office to learn how law enforcement determines fault in a roundabout car crash. What did we find? Most crashes in roundabouts are the result of one driver failing to yield the right-of-way to a vehicle already in the roundabout. When that happens, the driver that did not yield would be put at fault.

To read more about how police officers determine fault, and for more tips on roundabout safety, please take a look at our Michigan Auto Law blog post, “Who's At Fault in a Roundabout Accident?

This information is important for drivers who have to pay their deductible if they’re at fault for a crash, or those who do not carry broad collision coverage and may qualify for reimbursement from the at-fault driver’s insurance company.

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Vehicle damage reimbursement

While roundabouts promote better safety with less injury and fatality accidents, the majority of car crashes at these intersections result in vehicle damage. With that in mind, Michigan drivers who do not carry broad collision coverage on their insurance can get reimbursed for a portion of their deductible if they were 50% or less at fault.

This vehicle damage reimbursement is called a mini tort claim and can be submitted to the at-fault driver’s insurance company. To learn more about this process, and how to submit a claim, please visit our mini tort page.

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Navigating a roundabout

Many state and federal authorities produce helpful resources for drivers to better understand roundabouts:


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Roundabout videos

  • How to Use a Roundabout (Michigan Department of Transportation)

  • Animated Video — How to Use a Roundabout (Michigan Department of Transportation)

  • Actual accident at Maple and Drake roundabout — Why It’s so Important to Stay in Your Lane

  • Roundabout Myths — Large Trucks

  • The Simpsons Roundabout Video

     

In the meantime, we encourage all drivers to slow down when approaching a roundabout and yield to oncoming traffic. If you’re involved in an accident, always make sure to contact the police, document the damage, get the other driver’s information and ask witnesses to provide a statement.

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