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Road markings (Dcmthru)

Markings set into the surface of, applied upon, or attached to the pavement for the purpose of regulating, warning, or guiding traffic. Also referred to as Pavement markings or Traffic markings. (Source: AASHTO Glossary)
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Carriageway markings
Pavement markings
Traffic markings
Broader Term
Traffic control devices (Dcmthr)
Narrower Terms
Center lines (Dcmthruc)
Edge lines (Dcmthrue)
Lane lines (Dcmthrum)
Raised road markings (Dcmthrur)
Rumble strips (Dcmthruu)
Related Terms (Hierarchical)
Warning devices for persons with disabilities (Dcmthrb)
Guideposts (Dcmthrc)
Highway delineators (Dcmthre)
Traffic cones (Dcmthrg)
Traffic signs (Dcmthrk)
Traffic signal hardware (Dcmthrr)
Speed control humps (Dcmthrx)
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