The city made three presentations to residents at the beginning of the meeting, one of which explained two roundabouts currently under construction in the city.
Several residents who called into the meeting disagreed with the city's decision to install roundabouts, stating the intersection design would confuse residents.
Frisco Mayor Maher Maso explained that roundabouts are designed to be more efficient and safer that traditional signaled intersections.
"There's traffic circles, roundabouts and modern roundabouts, and it's really important to differentiate," he said. "For example, the one in Waco that everyone had experience with is a traffic circle, and I agree 100 percent that's not the safest traffic circle out there. But these [roundabouts] do move a lot of traffic, [and] they are safer."
One caller asked about the plans to relieve congestion at the Warren Parkway and Ohio Drive intersection. That intersection happens to be one in which the city is planning to install a roundabout. Just south of there, the city is also planning to install a roundabout at Gaylord Parkway and Ohio Drive.
For more information regarding roundabouts in Frisco, visit www.friscotexas.gov/roundabouts.