The city says their phone lines were flooded Tuesday with calls from unhappy drivers about changes at the 14th and Superior roundabout.
Whether it's three lanes or two lanes, the common theme at the roundabout is that most people have been in an accident or seen an accident.
In September alone, police issued 57 tickets and 159 warnings at the confusing intersection.
From Sunday night to Tuesday morning, crews were out painting new arrows and installing new signs.
"The arrows are much easier," Christine Rasmussen, who uses the roundabout daily, said. "I like the flashing lights, too. I think that's always a cautionary procedure."
Rasmussen also said she likes that the intersection was narrowed down to two lanes.
"I think it makes it a little bit clearer for people to understand what the expectation is," Rasmussen said.
There are those that think it needs to be even more simple.
"It's a roundabout. It needs to be one lane," Josh Calidonna said.
There are a few, however, the like what the roundabout brings.
"The lights here used to be terrible," Joshua Sulzle said. "People just need to be careful. They get in too big of a rush."
That's something Rasmussen would agree with.
"I think that folks just need drive a little bit more cautiously, drive a little bit more defensively," Rasmussen said. "Be aware of the other drivers that are coming into the roundabout. You always have to look to the left, but you need to be aware of what's on your right, too."