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For an at-grade intersection of multi-lane roads, the "Turborotonde" (Dutch language Wikipedia article) or "Turboplein" (Dutch language wegenwiki article) is an alternative to the multi-lane roundabout:

Turborotonde
Source: Juerd, Wikimedia Commons, CC-BY-SA 4.0

Or the larger turboplein:

Turboplein Source: Rijkswaterstaat / Joop van Houdt, via wegenwiki

Both examples have exactly four exits. In principle, I can imagine that such a design can be extended to more than four exits. Are there any examples of a turborotonde or turboplein design with more than four exits? What would it look like?

See also: For an at-grade intersection of multi-lane roads, what are the (dis)advantages of a "turborotonde" or "turboplein" compared to a classical roundabout?

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  • $\begingroup$ Try google earth... $\endgroup$ – Solar Mike Jul 6 '18 at 21:36
  • $\begingroup$ @SolarMike Look at every single at-grade intersection of 5+ roads in the world? That's a lot of work! Even when limiting to The Netherlands. $\endgroup$ – gerrit Jul 8 '18 at 23:12
  • $\begingroup$ So why should we? Or are you just hoping people will say "Oh, I live next to one..." $\endgroup$ – Solar Mike Jul 9 '18 at 6:15
  • $\begingroup$ @SolarMike I'm not suggesting anyone else should. Perhaps some people with more knowledge on highway engineering than I have happen to know the answer, or know where to find it more easily. That's why I ask it here. $\endgroup$ – gerrit Jul 9 '18 at 7:36

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