Pedestrians and Bicyclists
This series of videos shows mostly pedestrians with some bicycles on a variety of roundabouts. There are also several packaged educational videos and videos of how pedestrians should be taught to cross roundabouts more assertively.
Pedestrians crossing at three-lane roundabout in Avon, Colorado.
Pedestrians near Bay Port High School in Howard, Wisconsin crossing with a crossing gaurd and then without.
Dakota County Minnesota created this video aimed at improving pedestrian assertiveness and driver awareness at roundabout crosswalks.
The following is a video, Modern Roundabouts: A Safer Choice, was put together by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) to explain the benefits of roundabouts. Beginning at 7:00 is a section on pedestrian safety.
This video shows how to properly cross a roundabout.
The Round Rules of the Road explain rules to safely navigate a roundabout. Rule #2 (starting at :53) is Yield to Pedestrians and Rule #6 (starting at 2:11) states that Bicyclists observe the same rules as motorists.
This roundabout contains pedestrian stoplights to help pedestrians cross at the roundabout.
Another video of a roundabout the contains a pedestrian signal.
Pedestrians at Michigan State University Roundabout on Football Saturday.
Roundabout Dance song/video telling pedestrians how to cross at a roundabout.
Roundabout Rules of the Road for Virginia teaches pedestrians (at 5:40) to look out before crossing a roundabout and bicyclists (at 6:13) to be aware when crossing or driving through a roundabout.
The video shows a roundabout with flashing pedestrian signs when exiting the roundabout.