Feasibility of Using No-Passing-Zone Signs on Two-lane Highways in Virginia

Report No: 80-R27

Published in 1980

About the report:

The Department had placed no-passing-zone signs on selected routes at numerous narrow bridge delineations, and was considering use of the signs on all two-lane primary routes. Because accident and cost data for Virginia were limited, information was compiled from evaluations conducted in other states.

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R. N. Robertson

Last updated: January 25, 2024

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