Las Vegas Injury Law Research Crash Avoidance Devices
The design and applications of traffic control devices used in temporary traffic control zones are described in this chapter. A traffic control device is a sign, signal, marking or other device placed on or adjacent to a street or highway (by authority of a public body or official having jurisdiction), to regulate, warn, or guide traffic. Specific crashworthy information on devices described in this chapter can be found in the AASHTO Roadside Design Guide
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