Robbins Roundabout

Robbins Roundabout, located at Fort, Robbins and Washington Streets, is now open to the public. The addition of this single-lane roundabout not only improves the flow of traffic in the area, it also enhances safety for pedestrians and bicyclists through improved street lighting, expanded landscape buffers that separate the sidewalk from the roadway, and pedestrian crossings that feature Rapid Flashing Beacons. Additional area improvements include stamped and colored concrete roadway splitter islands and over 20 new trees.

As with any new traffic pattern in the city, please observe caution when using the roundabout. For information on how to properly use a roundabout, please refer to the graphics and instructional video below.

Robbins Roundabout

  • As you approach the roundabout, yield to traffic in the roundabout.
  • Before entering the roundabout, stop for pedestrians and bicyclists.
  • After entering the roundabout, signal as you exit onto your desired street.

Fort Boise Roundabout

  • When approaching this two-lane roundabout, pick the appropriate lane that will direct you toward your destination.
  • Yield to traffic already in the roundabout and stop for pedestrians and bicyclists before entering the roundabout.
  • Once you enter the roundabout, avoid changing lanes.
  • Signal as you exit the roundabout.


Safe Driving Tips

Watch this instructional video to show you how to safely navigate the new roundabouts.

While the roundabout is open, crews will be intermittently working on landscaping in the area until November. This work may affect bike and pedestrian routes.

For questions or comments about this project, please contact the City of Boise using the form included at the bottom of this page. To learn more about current projects, refer to the St. Luke's blog.

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