Direction indicator barricade
Maintenance crews in east-central Alabama tested the direction indicator barricade device for nearly two months on two-lane and undivided four-lane rural highways that carried traffic traveling at a range of speeds. Average annual daily traffic ranged from 150 vehicles to 15,000 vehicles.
Alabama DOT found the direction indicator barricade to be reliable, easy to install and remove, and readily accepted by maintenance workers. Motorists appear to understand the device better than traffic cones or other barricade devices. The device is alsoState/Agency: Alabama
Where Documented: Case study titled "Pointed in the Right Direction"
Topics: Direction Indicator Barricades