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Figure 2C-6. Merging and Passing Signs

This figure shows 10 merging and passing signs. They are yellow with black borders and legends.

W4-1 is shown as a diamond-shaped sign. It shows a black arrow pointing up and a curved line joining the bottom shaft of the arrow on the right side.

W4-2 is shown as a diamond-shaped sign. It shows a thick, vertical straight line on the left; a thick, vertical line on the right that angles toward the left half way up; and a thin, short vertical dotted line between them that is the length of the vertical section of the line on the right.

W4-3 is shown as a diamond-shaped sign. It shows an arrow pointing up to the left of a dividing line that changes from solid to dotted and a curved arrow to the right of the dotted line.

W4-5 is shown as a diamond-shaped sign. It shows a diagonal arrow pointing up and to the right and a curved line joining the shaft of the arrow on the right side.

W4-6 is shown as a diamond-shaped sign. It shows a diagonal arrow pointing up and to the right. This arrow is to the left of a dividing line that changes from solid to dotted and a curved arrow to the right of the dotted line.

W6-3 is shown as a diamond-shaped sign. It shows a vertical downward-pointing arrow to the left of a vertical upward-pointing arrow.

W9-1 is shown as a diamond-shaped sign. It shows the words "RIGHT LANE ENDS" on three lines.

W9-2 is shown as a diamond-shaped sign. It shows the words "LANE ENDS MERGE LEFT" on three lines.

W14-3 is shown as a pennant-shaped isosceles triangle. Its longer axis is shown as horizontal and pointing to the right with the words "NO PASSING ZONE" on three lines.

W16-9p is shown as a horizontal rectangular supplemental plaque with the word "AHEAD."

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