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A road safety feature that causes vibration and rumble noises to alert drivers of a potential danger. Across the lane rumble strips are placed across the travel lanes to alert drivers of an upcoming intersection or other hazard.
A road safety feature that causes vibration and rumble noises to alert drivers of a potential danger. Centerline rumble strips are placed on the centerline of undivided highways to warn drivers they are leaving their travel lane and heading into oncoming traffic.
A pavement improvement technique that restores the surface by removing irregularities.
A flashing sign that warns motorists when the signal at the next intersection is red or about to turn red.
A road safety feature that causes vibration and rumble noises to alert drivers of a potential danger. Edgeline rumble strips are placed at the end of the pavement to alert drivers they are about to run off the road.
A flashing red light mounted on top of a stop sign to help draw attention to the sign.
Bright yellow signs warning of a curve in the roadway.
Twisted wire ropes mounted on posts in the middle of a median to help prevent vehicles from crossing over into oncoming traffic.
A pavement process that involves the application of higher friction pavement to help drivers maintain better control..
Striping on pavement that is either laid in a tapered grove in the pavement. Some locations will actually have groove in the pavement markers.
A series of signs warning motorists of an upcoming intersection and that there are vehicles coming off the side roads of that intersection.
A stop sign with LED flashing lights around it to draw more attention to it.
A yellow backplate added to a traffic signal in order to improve the visibility.
Changes to the right turn lane to make the turning motion more severe. This helps reduce accidents from people pulling out into traffic without stopping.
A road feature that causes vibration and rumble noises to alert drivers of a potential danger. Shoulder rumble strips are placed at the edge of a lane to alert drivers they are leaving the lane.
Pavement markings warning drivers of an upcoming stop sign.
A layer of asphalt to help preserve the life of the road.
Shoulders made out of earth and compacted rock base rather than a paved surface.
Pavement markers that have better visibility in rainy conditions
Widening edgelines from 4 inches to 6 inches to increase visibility of the stripe.