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Rumble Strips and Rumble Stripes Welcome to the Federal Highway Administration's (FHWA) Rumble Strips and Rumble Stripes website. This site contains information about longitudinal center line, edge line, and shoulder rumble strips and stripes. milled shoulder rumble strips on rural two-lane roads were estimated to be a "percent reduc-tion in single vehicle run-off-road fatal and injury crashes." The average safety effects of in-stalling milled shoulder rumble strips on rural multi-lane divided highways were estimated to be a " An edge line rumble strip is a special type of shoulder rumble strip placed directly at the edge of the travel lane with the edge line pavement marking placed through the line of rumble strips. It is sometimes referred to as an edge line rumble stripe.
Roadway departure fatalities, which include run-off-the road ROR and head-on fatalities, are a serious problem in the United States. Inthere were 25, roadway departure fatalities, accounting for 55 percent of all roadway fatalities in the United States. That same year, more than 16, people died in ROR crashes 39 percent of all roadway fatalities. Inpersons were killed in noninterstate roadway departure crashes in New York State. Rural shoulder rumble strips
usually are not as well lit as urban roadways. Inclement weather such as fog, snow, smoke, or dust storms also can decrease the visibility of pavement markings. In these conditions, drivers may drive off shoulder rumble strips