Miscellaneous Lane Markings Long Descriptions
The "Speed Hump" figure shows a vertical two-lane roadway is shown. Arrows show that the direction of travel is one lane in each direction. A solid double yellow line separates the two lanes. In the middle of the figure, a speed hump is shown with white speed hump markings for each of the two lanes, with the base of the "v" for each direction shown at the near edge of the speed hump and the point of the "v" for each direction at the center of the speed hump. In each direction, a series of eight white horizontal lines is shown on the pavement, each centered on the centerline of each travel lane.
The "Bike-Only Lane" figure shows a vertical section of a roadway. A vertical solid normal white line is shown. separating two adjacent lanes of traffic. In the rightmost of these two lanes, a white symbol of a bicycle is shown marked in the center of the lane in advance of a white forward-pointing vertical arrow shown marked in the center of the lane.
The "Bike Detector" figure shows a vertical symbol of a person wearing a helmet riding a bicycle with a vertical line segment above the symbol and one below it.
*This marking was anticipated for inclusion in the 2003 edition of the MUTCD at the time of this printing.
Highway-Rail Grade Crossing
The "Highway-Rail Grade Crossing" figure shows a segment of a vertical two-lane roadway. At the top of the figure, a symbol of a railroad track is shown, placed diagonally across the roadway at an acute angle, slanting from the northwest on the left to the southeast on the right. A legend shows a black arrow indicating the direction of travel. Black arrows on the roadway show the direction of travel as one lane in each direction. At the top of the figure, the opposing lanes are shown separated by a solid double yellow line. At the bottom of the figure, the opposing lanes are shown separated by a broken yellow line to the left of a solid yellow line. At the bottom of the figure, a horizontal white line is shown extending across the right lane. Beyond the horizontal white line, a "RXR" pavement marking symbol and another horizontal white line are shown. Beyond the "RXR" marking, a horizontal white line is shown extending across the right lane in advance of the railroad track.
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