You failed to mention that round-abouts, while decreasing severe injury accidents, actually increase non-injury accidents. By placing a round-about at Division and North Point, already one of the busiest intersections in the county, the north entrance to the city has actually been made more hazardous. This is especially true considering the number of inexperienced drivers that make their way through that intersection.
I am curious and concerned (as I have elderly parents with mobility issues) about the ability for people with handicapped permits to be able to find parking close enough. Also, It will be difficult, let alone confusing for my parents to pull in the closest available spot, but then have to maneuver/walk a distance to get to the box to insert their payment. Perhaps a solution would be for handicapped permit holders to be able to park at all of the meters free of charge, so they will always be able to park as close as possible to their venu, while preventing hopefully the need to wander to the nearest kiosk to pay for their parking.