Our area is slow to adapt to new trends in traffic management. Great Britain has had roundabouts for a few hundred years; we're just starting to get a few scattered here and there. They certainly make sense as a substitute for intersections which would otherwise be a 4-way stop. But we're resistant to change.
I've got a silly little route that I sometimes ride when I need 20 minutes to wind down... it's probably a 4-mile circle from my garage door... but it includes four roundabouts! Two are on a public road, and the other two are in a private (hospital) drive. (You'd think one of the hospital roundabouts would feature a shelter, with a pretty nurse selling poppies from a tray!) (Nod to Lennon & McCartney.)
That's probably half the roundabouts in the county.