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Pavement Markings--Design and Typical Layout Details (2006)

Chapter: Appendix C - Inventory of information Received from the 54 Agencies that Supplied Information for this Synthesis

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix C - Inventory of information Received from the 54 Agencies that Supplied Information for this Synthesis." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2006. Pavement Markings--Design and Typical Layout Details. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/13947.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix C - Inventory of information Received from the 54 Agencies that Supplied Information for this Synthesis." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2006. Pavement Markings--Design and Typical Layout Details. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/13947.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix C - Inventory of information Received from the 54 Agencies that Supplied Information for this Synthesis." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2006. Pavement Markings--Design and Typical Layout Details. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/13947.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix C - Inventory of information Received from the 54 Agencies that Supplied Information for this Synthesis." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2006. Pavement Markings--Design and Typical Layout Details. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/13947.
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72 The table that appears in Appendix C was used during this synthesis to inventory the information that was received from the 54 agencies that supplied information. For each agency’s column, a number that identifies the location (page, sheet, section, etc.) that the information for a particular area of interest can be found is included in the table. If the reader obtains the documents that are identified for a particular agency in the Reference section of this synthesis, the num- bers in this table will make sense and will assist the reader in finding the desired information. APPENDIX C Inventory of Information Received from the 54 Agencies That Supplied Information for this Synthesis

73 Area of Interest Arrows and ONLY messages in turn lanes 1049 T21.02 T22.03 M10 M11 3 3B-25 3B-29 3 of 5 5 of 5 4 of 5 4 of 5 Formation of turn lane via a through lane drop 3B-5 3B-4 3B-1 3B-3 3B-34 3B-35 3B-15 Lane lines for dual turn lanes Dotted lines in turn-lane tapers Left-turn lane added between the through lanes of a two-lane highway 430-1 M-2 1 1 1 1 4 3 Solid lane lines between through lanes on signalized approaches Crosswalks and stop lines T20.02 T21.02 T23.00 M-2 M-2 M-19 3B-18 3B-103 2 of 5 2 of 5 2 of 5 3 of 5 Midblock crosswalks Minimum length of passing zones Minimum length of no-passing zones Two-way left-turn lanes Climbing or passing lanes M-4410-4 3B-42 3B-43 Lane reductions 3B-133B-44 3B-41 2 of 5 Channelizing islands, painted medians, paved shoulders, and approaches to obstructions T20.02 T21.02 2 of 5 3 of 5 Entrance and exit ramps 10121017 M-15 M-16 3A-11 3B-7 1 of 5 AL AK AZ AR CA CO 715 1036 1036 1041 62 59806 59806 21 22 21 CT DE FL GA HI ID 1209-C 8-5 17346-117346-8 12A 12B 33 202.05 202.06 17346 8-5 17346 11A 202.09 1209-C 8-1 to8-5 17346-3 11A 1209-C 622 8-5 17346 11A 32 202.04 1209-C 1734417346-7 201.03 201.03 1209-A 9121 202.11 8-6 17346-5 9121 202.11 17346 14 3031 202.09 1209-A 618 8-9 8-10 17345 11B 32 17346 31 202.03 8-6 17346-2 11A 202.05 IL IN IA 01 76-2N 9002 9401 3B-2-19 1 of 2 46-4P 76-2K 6A-1-4 7M 76-2N 76-2.03- 02 3B-1-7 401.12 401.4 76-2J 3B-1-3 401.4 76-2.02-02 3B-1-3 7L 76-2U 9403 76-2G 3B-2-13 401.19 76-2K76-2M 9401 9402 7J&K 76-2O to 2S 9303 9304 76-2D 3B-2-14

74 Area of Interest KS KY LA Arrows and ONLY messages in turn lanes 309 8 01-1 Formation of turn lane via a through lane drop 309 8 8 8 Lane lines for dual turn lanes Dotted lines in turn-lane tapers Left-turn lane added between the through lanes of a two-lane highway 309 01-4 Solid lane lines between through lanes on signalized approaches 8 Crosswalks and stop lines 309 8 Midblock crosswalks Minimum length of passing zones 403-2 Minimum length of no-passing zones Two-way left-turn lanes 308 01-3 Climbing or passing lanes Lane reductions 308 5 6 01-4 Channelizing islands, painted medians, paved shoulders, and approaches to obstructions 14 309 01-4 Entrance and exit ramps 307 403-3 01-2 ME MD MA MI MN MS MO MT NE NV NH NY 627(02) 627(03) 3B-42 6.1 900 935 7-24 3B-29 125 3B-1 3B-41 3B-28 3B-43 935 930 3B-1 935 627(01) 627(03) 3B-30 3B-37 945 950 1,27-347-35 7-34 7-35 7-51 7-8 3B-4 935 7-17 121 6.7 7-187-28 3B-31 6.6 930975 7-27 127 940 980 7-24 127 3B- 13,19,27 6.3 910 7-20 122 123 2 4(7) 4(13) 4(15) T-89 T-90 PM-5 PM-6 PM-10A 2 5 4(6) T-90 PM-8 261.11 1 2(7) PM-4 PM-4 1 2(3) 4(8) 3(2) 5(6) 4(3) 263.22 4 9 T-91 T-91 T-92 PM-9 2 2 261.12 3(2) 262.14 5(1) 5(5) 1-3 5(4) 263.7 263.5 263.13 263.17 4(2) 4(7) 4(10) 1-3 PM-1 1-3 T-86 T-89 T-86 1 263.36 PM-3A PM-3B 3

75 Area of Interest NC ND OH OK OR PA Arrows and ONLY messages in turn lanes 1205.05 1205.08 B2 762-1 71.10 301-8 3-38 T-1E T-8E 525 to 527, 530 00-3 00-7 Formation of turn lane via a through lane drop 1205.06 527 00-3 Lane lines for dual turn lanes 1205.041205.05 TLM-8 00-3 Dotted lines in turn-lane tapers 1205.05 398-4 537 00-3 Left-turn lane added between the through lanes of a two-lane highway 3-35 539 00-3 Solid lane lines between through lanes on signalized approaches T-1E 530 00-3 Crosswalks and stop lines 1205.07 B2 3-14 T-1E 535 00-4 Midblock crosswalks 1205.07 301-6 6.9 Minimum length of passing zones 6 3-10 555 1158 Minimum length of no-passing zones 3-10 TLM-6 Two-way left-turn lanes 1205.021205.05 301-9 398-1 T-2E 545 00-4 Climbing or passing lanes 7 555 Lane reductions 1205.06 8 556 00-7 Channelizing islands, painted medians, paved shoulders, and approaches to obstructions 1205.09 3-35301-14 T-1E 537 539 00-4 Entrance and exit ramps 1205.03 762-2 72.20301-14 4 547 551 00-1 00-2 RI SC SD TN TX UT VT VA WA 2.5.7 603-5 633.01 T-M-4 22D22H 745-45 603-6 2.5.1 603-5 T-M-4 2.5.1 22D 633.01 T-M-3 22D 745-45 603-5 633.01 22D 745-44 2.4 603-5 633.01 T-M-4 22D3B-35 745-44 2.4 633.01 T-M-1 22D 745-45 745-46 T-M-2 745-41 2.2.1 2.5.3 603-6 603-7 633.01 633.02 T-M-3 22D 745-41 745-45 2.5.2 603-8603-15 T-M-7 23A 23B 745-41 E-191 E-192 1301.88 H-3a-1 H-5c-1 1301.89 H-5h E-192 1301.88 H-3a-1 E-192 1301.89 H-3a-1 E-191 H-5c-2 608 H-3a-1 E-192 E-192 E-191 E-192 1301.86 H-5 H-5d-2

76 Area of Interest WV WI WY Arrows and ONLY messages in turn lanes TEM-2 TEM-3 3-3 3-8 44, 56, 86 Formation of turn lane via a through lane drop 56 Lane lines for dual turn lanes 1128 Dotted lines in turn-lane tapers Left-turn lane added between the through lanes of a two-lane highway Solid lane lines between through lanes on signalized approaches TEM-2 56 Crosswalks and stop lines Midblock crosswalks Minimum length of passing zones Minimum length of no-passing zones 3-2-2 25 Two-way left-turn lanes Climbing or passing lanes Lane reductions Channelizing islands, painted medians, paved shoulders, and approaches to obstructions TEM-3 3-103-15 43 Entrance and exit ramps TEM-1 3-93-2-5 36 38 TEM-2 3-8 56 31 TEM-2 3-10 45 TEM-2 3-2-2 24 TEM-2 3-8 33 TEM-2 3-7 34 9 DC PR CLT LAN NYC TUC 2, 3, 6 16 45 87 TAR-1 2-9 4-12 5 4-13 3 3 4 35 44 4-8 4-6a 5-10 4-1 4-2 2 4 16 4 4-6a 1 2 16 2 120 TCW-1 2-8 90 127 3-2 91 92 4-14 6 17 17 17 18 6 6 7 7 7 TEL-1 4-4 17 18 TEL-1 3-2

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