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Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-10-041
Date: December 2010

Evaluation of Shared Lane Markings

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

This research was sponsored by FHWA as part of the Evaluation of Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Engineering Countermeasures Project. The project was under the direction of Ann Do of FHWA. The research was performed at the UNC Highway Safety Research Center. The contents of this report reflect the views of the authors, who are responsible for the facts and the accuracy of the data presented herein. The contents do not necessarily reflect the official views or policies of FHWA. The authors appreciate the efforts of the volunteer reviewers of the papers prepared from this research in assisting the creation of a superior product. The authors also recognize the reviews and feedback provided by those within FHWA. Assisting the authors with logistics, pavement markings, and videotape data collection were Cara Seiderman, Wayne Amaral, Laura Kowalski, Shannon Simms, and Thomas Goff from Cambridge, MA; Kumar Nepalli, David Bonk, Ryan Mickles, Robert Myers, Mike Callahan, Liz Brisson, and other interns from Chapel Hill, NC; Peter Lagerwey, Carol McMahan, Claire Lagerwey, and Callie Waldman from Seattle, WA; and Charles Hamlett, Tyler Currin, Lewis Randall, John Rigdon, Emily Scroggs, David Green, Dan Levitt, Michael Daul, Harvey Hou, Patrick Fogarty, Matthew Glassman, and Mary Ellen Tucker from the UNC Highway Safety Research Center.

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