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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 39, MOTOR VEHICLES AND TRAFFIC REGULATION

    Chapter 4: Application of chapter

      Section: 39:4-191.6: Illumination and reflectorization.

          
105. All markings may be reflectorized, and all obstructions, within the roadway, shall be properly illuminated or reflectorized. The following markings shall normally be reflectorized:

a. Center lines on pavement.

b. "No Passing" lines.

c. Striping or checkerboard squares on vertical surfaces of obstructions in or adjacent to the roadway.

d. Reflector markers.

In conformance with the provisions of section 100 of P.L.1951, c.23 (C.39:4-191.1) no reflectorized markings made from paint that has been mixed, in whole or in part, with reflective glass beads containing more than 100 parts per million inorganic arsenic, as determined by x-ray fluorescence, shall be placed on or along any State highway, right-of-way, or other real property owned by or under the administration, jurisdiction, or control of the Department of Transportation.

L.1951, c.23, s.105; amended 2011, c.212, s.6.



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