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Ancient accounts of traffic

Juv. 3: raedarum transitus arto vicorum in flexu et stantis convicia mandrae eripient somnum Druso vitulisque marinis. "The continual traffic of carriages in the narrow twisting streets and the ...
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What is "right of way"?

Certainly, ius indicates the right to take some sort of action, so I should think that either ius itineris ('right of route') or ius transitus ('right of crossing') would be generally suitable as a ...
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What would be a traffic circle or roundabout in Latin?

The Latin Wikipedia has dissaeptum orbiculatum (a particularly clumsy term, but backed with a dictionary reference).
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