Transport around the world - Magic Roundabout

The Magic Roundabout situated in Swindon, England looks like a nightmare to drive but is actually quite functional and useful, even at peak times.

The huge roundabout was built in 1972 and consists of seven smaller traffic circles – the inner roundabout, the five mini-roundabouts and the outer loop. Cars can travel around its many circles in both directions and can exit through the other side of the circle without having to go around the outer loop

Drivers are offered multiple ways to get to a single destination – just pick the route with the least amount of traffic!

Have a look at how the Magic Roundabout works.


The Magic Roundabout situated in Swindon, England looks like a nightmare to drive but is actually quite functional and useful, even at peak times.

The huge roundabout was built in 1972 and consists of seven smaller traffic circles – the inner roundabout, the five mini-roundabouts and the outer loop. Cars can travel around its many circles in both directions and can exit through the other side of the circle without having to go around the outer loop

Drivers are offered multiple ways to get to a single destination – just pick the route with the least amount of traffic!

Have a look at how the Magic Roundabout works.