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Discussion Forum : Highway Engineering - Section 4 (Q.No. 49)
Thickness of broken line markings on multi-lane road for lanes is generally kept
10 cm
12 cm
15 cm
18 cm
20 cm
Answer: Option
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Garry said:   6 years ago
The thickness of the broken line marking on multi Lane Road for highways varies with the type of Highway is it rural Highway or urban Highway or undivided Highway or divided Highway the minimum thickness for all these cases is 10 cm so it can be adopted as an answer if asked for the minimum.

Vivek said:   5 years ago
It is width not thicknes.

Ysn said:   5 years ago
Thanks @Garry.

VishalN said:   4 years ago
@Vivek is right.

Anirban Roy said:   4 years ago
On urban roads with less than four lanes, the centre line may be single broken line segments of 3 m long and 150 mm wide. The broken lines are placed with 4.5 m gaps.

On curves and near intersections, gap shall be reduced to 3 metres. On undivided urban roads with at least two traffic lanes in each direction, the centre line marking may be a single solid line of 150 mm wide or double solid line of 100 mm wide separated by a space of 100 mm.

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