Approach markings for obstructions.

Amend paragraph 01 of MUTCD Section 3B.10 to read:
Pavement markings shall be used to guide traffic away from fixed obstructions within a paved roadway. Approach markings for bridge supports, refuge islands, median islands, toll plazas, and channelization islands (except channelization islands formed by paint stripes or raised pavement markers) shall consist of a diagonal line or lines extending from the center line or the lane line to a point 1 to 2 feet to the right side, or to both sides, of the approach end of the obstruction (see Figure 3B-15).
Amend paragraph 07 of MUTCD Section 3B.10 to read:
If traffic is required to pass only to the right of the obstruction, the markings shall consist of a no-pass marking, approaching the obstruction, at least twice the length of the diagonal portion as determined by the appropriate taper formula (see Figure 3B-15).
Modify MUTCD Figure 3B-15, Item a - Center of two-lane road, to show a single no-pass marking on the approach to the obstruction.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 47.36.030. WSR 11-23-101, § 468-95-200, filed 11/18/11, effective 12/19/11. Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 47.36.030. WSR 03-06-053, § 468-95-200, filed 2/28/03, effective 3/31/03.]
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