A street layout phenomenon occuring in driving, where a motorist unfamiliar with an area encounters two one-way streets in succession, forcing the course of the car away from the destination, or back to the location where the impasse was first noticed. A triple one-way switchback involves three one-way streets and produces the same results.
Bill kept driving away from where he wanted to go. The neighborhood was a maze of double one-way switchbacks.
by Nick Estes February 20, 2006
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