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created Oct 02, 2014

updated Aug 29, 2016

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This data set shows the location of center line rumble strips installed across state highways in New York State by the Department of Transportation (NYS DOT). It includes the county and route where installed, the to and from reference markers definining the installation, the length in miles and the year each section was completed. Centerline Rumble Strips are installed to reduce fatal and injury accident resulting from "Run off the Road Crashes" (non-intersection head-on and opposite-direction sideswipe crashes). The official name for centerline rumble strips is Centerline Audible Roadway Delineators (CARDS).

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cards, centerline rumble strips, rumble stripes
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Data Provided By
New York State Department of Transportation
Source Link
https://www.dot.ny.gov/programs/rumblestrips/centerrumblestrips
Dataset Summary
Organization
Office of Traffic Safety and Mobility
Time Period
Beginning 2012
Posting Frequency
Annually
Contact Information
Barbara.Mullin@dot.ny.gov
Coverage
Statewide
Granularity
State highways
Dataset Information
Agency
Transportation, Department of
Common Core
Publisher
State of New York
Contact Name
Open Data NY
Contact Email
opendata@its.ny.gov
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