New Device Helps Motorists Keep Safely to the RightAbstract:
Seeking a way to inform motorists how to proceed through the two-way section, the DOT turned to the opposing traffic lane divider. Developed under the Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP), the device features a sign mounted on a flexible pole with two arrows indicating opposing traffic flows. The signs are placed in sequence to mark the temporary centerline of the road.
Publication Date: 1996
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Topics: Opposing Traffic Lane Dividers