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Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-12-048
Date: November 2013

 

Pavement Marking Demonstration Projects: State of Alaska and State of Tennessee

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FOREWORD

This report provides information on four topics related to advanced pavement marking systems: (1) an evaluation of the durability and cost effectiveness of alternative marking materials, (2) a two-part study on the safety impacts of wider edge lines, the first part using operational effects as surrogate safety metrics and the second part based on a post-hoc analysis of safety data, (3) an evaluation of the potential environmental impacts of cost effective pavement marking systems, and (4) a review of the effect of State procurement processes on the quality of installed markings. This report amplifies information that may be found in Pavement Marking Demonstration Projects: State of Alaska and State of Tennessee: Report to Congress (FHWA-HRT-09-039). The intent of this report is to provide decisionmakers with information on materials and methods that will reduce the overall national expenditure on pavement markings, while providing improved guidance and enhanced safety for the driving public.

Monique R. Evans
Director, Office of Safety
Research and Development

 

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