Pavement Marking Plans
Stamped pavement marking plans are required for any project or maintenance activity in which the existing marking configuration will be modified. Plans are encouraged for those projects or maintenance work that includes replacement of existing markings, such as chip seal projects. Creating a pavement marking plan will:
- Ensure that the pavement marking on a project conforms to current standards;
- Aid field personnel during construction;
- Lessen the chance for installation errors;
- Aid the project designer in developing the bid item list and enable a more accurate cost estimate; and
- Support project documentation requirements and capture the decisions of the Engineer of Record.
Pavement Marking Design Standards
These manuals are intended to support the uniform application of traffic lines and pavement markings on the state highway system.
Green-colored pavement markings are approved for use on state highways and all local jurisdiction roadways. Local jurisdictions must report all locations where green-markings are installed to Gary Obery, Active Modes Traffic Engineer.
Design standards for bicycle facilities can be found in the following manuals:
The Federal Highway Administration provides a list of bicycle-related marking treatments and the approval status of each, i.e. available for implementation, experimental, etc.