Section 3A.04 ColorsStandard:Markings shall be yellow, white, red, or blue. The colors for markings shall conform to the standard highway colors. Black in conjunction with one of the above colors shall be a usable color.
When used, white markings for longitudinal lines shall delineate:
- The separation of traffic flows in the same direction.
When used, yellow markings for longitudinal lines shall delineate:
- The right edge of the roadway.
- The separation of traffic traveling in opposite directions.
- The left edge of the roadways of divided and one-way highways and ramps.
When used, red raised pavement markers shall delineate roadways that shall not be entered or used:
- The separation of two-way left turn lanes and reversible lanes from other lanes.
When used, blue markings shall supplement white markings for parking spaces for persons with disabilities. When used, blue raised pavement markers shall indicate locations of fire hydrants along a roadway.
Option:Black may be used in combination with the above colors where a light-colored pavement does not provide sufficient contrast with the markings.
Support:When used in combination with other colors, black is not considered a marking color, but only a contrast-enhancing system for the markings.
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