On 14/02/2018 18:23, Johan C wrote:
No, they are not. Roundabouts are special types of intersections.
Which is another type of intersection.

They have a way on which you can drive round. And round. And round. And they have other ways leading to and from this round way. Whenever you enter the roundabout you drive on this round way, even if it's just for a metre. And then you exit this round way on to a different way.

The present tagging (used since 2005 or so, and all around the globe) is fine.

To repeat myself. You can determine if you need to "drive on this round way" from a single node. No need for a section between entrance & exit.

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