Section 5: ApplicationsAnchor: #i1004205
This section provides examples of typical roadside marker treatments that may be encountered during day-to-day activities. The examples provided are intended to provide guidance and are not meant to be standards.Anchor: #i1004215
Figures 8-12 to 8-19 illustrate various uses of object markers, delineators, and barrier reflectors. This section presents the following examples:
- Figure 8-12: Two-way, two-lane road or bridge with guardrail and no change in approach width.
- Figure 8-13: Two-way, two-lane road or bridge with guardrail and reduced width approach.
- Figure 8-14: Two-way, two-lane bridge with no approach rail.
- Figure 8-15: Multi-lane undivided, two-way road or bridge with guardrail.
- Figure 8-16: One-way road or bridge (or divided highway) with guardrail.
- Figure 8-17: Two-way road over culvert.
- Figure 8-18: Freeway delineation.
- Figure 8-19: One-way ramp detail.
Figure 8-12. Two-Way, Two-Lane Road or Bridge with Guardrail and No Change in Approach Width
Figure 8-13. Two-Way, Two-Lane Road or Bridge with Guardrail and Reduced Width Approach
Figure 8-14. Two-Way, Two-Lane Bridge No Approach Rail (Bridgerail Only)
Figure 8-15. Multi-lane Undivided, Two-Way Road or Bridge with Guardrail
Figure 8-16. One-Way Road or Bridge (or Divided Highway) with Guardrail
Figure 8-17. Two-Way Road over Culvert
Figure 8-18. Freeway Delineation
Figure 8-19. One-Way Ramp Detail