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95 APPENDIX H Solid Lane Lines Between Through Lanes on Signalized Approaches ALABAMA ILLINOIS The broken lane line may extend all the way to the stop line. The broken lane line may extend all the way to the stop line. ALASKA INDIANA A 300-ft-long solid 4-in.-wide lane line is used in urban areas The broken lane line may extend all the way to the stop line. and a 500-ft-long solid 4-in.-wide lane line is used in rural areas. KENTUCKY ARKANSAS The broken lane line may extend all the way to the stop line. The broken lane line may extend all the way to the stop line. MARYLAND CALIFORNIA Lane lines between through lanes should not be converted to solid lines on the approaches to intersections, except in crit- The broken lane line may extend all the way to the stop line. ical areas where it is advisable to discourage lane changing. COLORADO MICHIGAN The broken lane line may extend all the way to the stop line. The broken lane line may extend all the way to the stop line. CONNECTICUT MISSOURI A 50-ft-long solid 4-in.-wide lane line is used. The broken lane line may extend all the way to the stop line. DELAWARE MONTANA Figures 8-1, 8-2, and 8-3 show solid lines for an unspecified The broken lane line may extend all the way to the stop line distance that are longer than the solid lane lines for the sep- or an optional 4-in.-wide solid line may be used to discour- arate turn lanes. Figure 8-5 shows that the broken line may age lane switching on the approaches to signalized intersec- extend all the way to the stop line. tions. (No distance is specified.) FLORIDA NEVADA A 50-ft-long solid lane line is used. The broken lane line may extend all the way to the stop line. GEORGIA NEW YORK The broken lane line may extend all the way to the stop line. The broken lane line may extend all the way to the stop line. IDAHO NORTH CAROLINA The broken lane line may extend all the way to the stop line. The broken lane line may extend all the way to the stop line.

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96 OHIO WEST VIRGINIA The broken lane line may extend all the way to the stop line. A 100-ft-long solid 4-in.-wide lane line is used. OKLAHOMA WISCONSIN A 50-ft-long solid 4-in.-wide lane line is used. The broken lane line may extend all the way to the stop line. OREGON WYOMING The broken lane line may extend all the way to the stop line. The broken lane line may extend all the way to the stop line. PENNSYLVANIA DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA A 150-ft-long solid 4-in. or 6-in.-wide lane line is used. A solid 6-in.-wide lane line that is at least 90 ft long is used. SOUTH CAROLINA PUERTO RICO The broken lane line may extend all the way to the stop line. The broken lane line may extend all the way to the stop line. SOUTH DAKOTA CHARLOTTE, NC A solid 4-in.-wide lane line is used between through lanes on The broken lane line may extend all the way to the stop line. the approaches to signals. The length of the solid lane line is equal to the length of any full-width turn lanes adjacent to the LOS ANGELES, CA through lanes. A solid lane line that appears to be approximately 50 ft long TENNESSEE is used. The broken lane line may extend all the way to the stop line. NEW YORK, NY TEXAS The broken lane line may extend all the way to the stop line. The broken lane line may extend all the way to the stop line. TUCSON/PIMA COUNTY, AZ UTAH The broken lane line may extend all the way to the stop line. A 27-ft-long solid lane line (shown as 8 m) is typically used. No standards were found for: Arizona Mississippi VERMONT Hawaii Nebraska Iowa New Hampshire The broken lane line may extend all the way to the stop line. Kansas New Jersey Louisiana New Mexico Maine North Dakota VIRGINIA Massachusetts Rhode Island Minnesota A solid lane line that is at least 100 ft long is used. WASHINGTON The broken lane line may extend all the way to the stop line.