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4.4.2 Signage
Signage will be provided in accordance with OPNAV 5530.14C Appendix VII and the
Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD). Examples of signage, which will
frequently be used in an ECF, are provided below. Sign designations in accordance with the
latest edition of the Federal Highway Administration's "Standard Highway Signs" are
provided in parentheses.
APPROACH ZONE
Inbound Traffic
 Reduce Speed Ahead (R2-5a)
 Speed Limit Sign (R2-1)
 Trucks Use Right Lane (R4-5 or R4-6) (if applicable)
Outbound Traffic
 Do Not Enter (RS-1), at end of transition
 One Way (R6-1 or R6-2), at end of transition
Both Directions
 Road Closed (R11-2) Secured to both sides of gate
 Type III Barricade marking signs, (3 per lane) Secured to both sides of gate at
installation perimeter (horizontally)
ACCESS CONTROL ZONE
 Guide signs indicating lane use (One per lane)
 Type 1 Object marking signs on barriers for personnel protection
RESPONSE ZONE
Warning signs shall be placed a minimum of 100 ft before the active vehicle barrier, where
the active vehicle barrier signal is not visible.
Outbound Traffic
 Reduce Speed Ahead (R2-5a)
 Speed Limit Sign (R2-1)
Inbound Traffic
 Do Not Enter (RS-1), for inbound traffic at end of transition
 One Way (R6-1 or R6-2) for inbound traffic at end of transition
4.4.3 Markings
Provide individual broken lane lines for each lane. Provide dotted transition lines for
reversible lanes. Double yellow broken lines will be used on both sides of a reversible lane.
Provide, repair, or upgrade crosswalks impacted by the ECF. Solid yellow lines, delineators,
and chevron markings will be used to indicate obstructions between lanes traveling in different
directions and reversible lanes. Provide dotted transition lines for reversible lanes. Solid
white lines, delineators, and chevron markings will be used to indicate obstructions between
lanes traveling in the same direction. Solid lines will be used to prevent changing lanes just
before and just after the elevated islands. Provide symbols to indicate the appropriate
turning movements. Black may be used to outline the pavement marking where light-colored
pavements do not provide sufficient contrast with the markings.
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