Category:620 Pavement Marking
From Engineering Policy Guide
|Pavement Marking Operations Direction (Practical Operations Pavement Marking Implementation Plan)|
|Striping Communications Plan|
Pavement Marking Guidelines
|Divided Highways||Undivided Highways||All Classifications|
|Grooved In Lane Lines1||Other Lane Lines1||White Edgelines and All Yellow Lines||White Edgelines and All Yellow Lines||Intersection Markings|
|Contractor Installations||Major Roads||Epoxy or high build paint with wet reflective beads including contrast markings on concrete.||Not applicable||Acrylic waterborne paint with type P beads||Acrylic waterborne paint with type P beads||Type 2 tape|
|Minor Roads||Not applicable||Acrylic waterborne paint with type P beads|
|MoDOT Forces||Major Roads – shall be striped by Memorial Day unless there is a performing durable marking||Acrylic waterborne paint with wet reflective beads||Acrylic waterborne paint with type PM beads||Type 2 tape, preformed thermoplastic or acrylic waterborne paint|
|Regionally Significant Roads – shall be striped annually||Not applicable|
|Other Minor Roads – maximum of 50 percent striped annually|
|1 Lane Lines include all white lines other than edgelines. They are typically dashed lines, but also include some solid lines when separating turn lanes or areas where lane changes are not recommended.|
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