Both Crediton Hill and Lymington Road are two-way streets yet each is barely one-car wide.
Drivers take turns when they encounter each other: one moves over and stops to let the other go the opposite direction.
I enjoyed this intersection especially because it confirmed a life-long suspicion that roads are often too wide. Sorry, Kramer. As a kid I would walk down my parent's street and think, why is this traffic-less, dead end suburban street five cars wide? If you made it narrower you could have bigger yards or greater density. Lymington shows that you only need a three-car-width of asphalt.