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Feasibility study for an all-white pavement marking system Hawkins, H Gene, Jr. ; Parham, Angelia H ; Womack, Katie N

By: Hawkins, H Gene, JrContributor(s): Parham, Angelia H | Womack, Katie NPublication details: Washington DC National Cooperative Highway Research Program, 2002; NCHRP report 484, Description: 130 sISBN: 0309067723Subject(s): USA | Carriageway marking | White | Yellow | Colour | Use | Driver | Cognition | Questionnaire | 22Online resources: Publikation/Publication Bibl.nr: VTI P0409:484Location: Abstract: The overall objective of this research project, was to conduct a feasibility study that quantifies and/or identifies the advantages, benefits, costs, drawbacks, disadvantages, risks, and implementation issues associated with converting the United States from the present yellow and white system of pavement markings to an all-white system.
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Holdings: VTI P0409:484

The overall objective of this research project, was to conduct a feasibility study that quantifies and/or identifies the advantages, benefits, costs, drawbacks, disadvantages, risks, and implementation issues associated with converting the United States from the present yellow and white system of pavement markings to an all-white system.

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