Direction indicator barricade
Georgia DOT began evaluating the direction indicator barricade in spring 1994 at several maintenance projects in District 7 in the Atlanta metropolitan area. Several of the projects were on heavily traveled interstate highways.
The direction indicator barricades performed extremely well in this initial testing-so well that crews in District 7 have continued to use the devices at maintenance projects in the Atlanta area. According to DOT employees, the direction indicator barricaState/Agency: Georgia
Where Documented: Case study titled "Georgia Finds Better Alternative for Directing Traffic Through Taper Lanes"
Topics: Direction Indicator Barricades