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1.Introduction
1.1Purpose, Scope and Contents
1.2Legal Authority
1.3Standardization
2.General Principles
2.1Functions of Markings and Delineation
2.3Delineation and Driver Requirements
Contrast
Illumination
Retroreflectivity
Driver Factors
2.5Materials
2.7Temporary Conditions
Retroreflectometers
3.Pavement Markings
Types
Function
Limitations
Colours
Reflectorization
3.2Materials
Permanent Materials
Paint
Thermoplastic
Two-component, Cold Curing
Preformed Tape
Temporary Materials
Roadway Pavement Markers
Supplementing Other Markings
Substituting for Pavement Markings
Temporary RPMs
Installation
Rumble Strips
General
Directional Dividing Lines
Criteria for Use
Low-volume, Local Roadways in Urban Areas
Low-volume, Rural Roads
Roadways with Temporary Bituminous Surfaces
Directional Dividing Lines at Specific Roadway Features
Lane Lines
Rural Roads
Urban Roads
Edge Lines
Freeways and Multi-lane Roadways
Two-lane Roadways
Interchange Ramps and Channelization Lines
Figure 11 – Freeway On-Off Auxiliary Lane with Wide Lines
3.5Transition Lines and Continuity Lines
Transition Lines
Continuity Lines
3.6Interchange Ramps and Channelization Lines
3.7Barrier Lines
Lane Reductions
Figure 18 – Two-lane Highway with Added Truck Climbing or Passing Lane
Passing Zones (Truck Climbing Lanes and Added Passing Lanes)
No-passing Zones
Figure 20 – Treatment of Ends of Barrier Lines on Two-lane Highways
Vertical Curves
Horizontal Curves
Narrow Bridges
Approach Markings for Obstructions
3.8Intersections
Controlled Intersections
STOP Signs
Traffic Control Devices
Figure 28 – Marking for Right-turn Taper
Figure 33 – Location of “Keep Right” Sign at Signalized Urban Intersection
Guide Lines
Crosswalks
Turn Lanes
Traffic Calming Devices
3.9Reserved Facility Markings
Transit and High Occupancy Vehicles
Clearance and Vehicle Guidance
Bus Bays
Lane Designation
Bicycles
Markings
Pedestrians
Crossovers
Figure 43 – Typical Pavement Markings for Bicycle Lane at Right-turning Roadway
School Crossings
Crossing Approaches
3.10Parking
Stalls
Type
Length
Width
Setback
Curb Markings and Restrictions
Restrictions
Disabled Requirements
Location
Marking
Word Messages
Symbols
Figure 49 – Standard Pavement Markings (Numerals for Rural Highways)
4.Delineation
Purpose
Design
Installation and Removal
Maintenance
Applications
Roads, Ramps and Curves
Acceleration and Deceleration Lanes
Lane Width Transitions
Median Emergency Crossovers
Truck Escape Ramps
Median Barrier Delineation
Delineation for Winter Maintenance Operations:
Placement and Spacing
Post-mounted Delineators
Median Barrier Delineators
4.4 Chevron Alignment Sign
Purpose and Background
Sign Types
Location Criteria
Special Considerations
5.Object Markings
5.1 Object Marker Signs
Guidelines for Use
Winter Maintenance Considerations
5.2Markings on Objects Adjacent to the Roadway
5.3Markings on Objects Within the Roadway
Safety Zones, Islands, Median Dividers
Bridge Piers
Structures with Restricted Overhead Clearance
Pavement Markings on Approaches to Obstructions
5.4Barricades
5.5Channelizing Devices
Types of Glare Control Devices
Installation, Maintenance, and Removal
6.2 Applications
Index
Appendix A•Definitions
Appendix B•References
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