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  • Assessment of the Durability of Wet Night Visible Pavement Markings: Wet Visibility Project Phase IV 

    Gibbons, Ronald B.; Williams, Brian M. (Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research, 2012-06)
    This project encompassed a research effort to establish the durability of pavement markings in an on-road installation. Six marking technologies were installed on a portion of Route 460 in Blacksburg, Virginia. A human ...
  • Enhanced Camera/Video Imaging Systems (E-C/VISs) for Heavy Vehicles 

    Wierwille, Walter W.; Bowman, Darrell S.; Alden, A. A.; Gibbons, Ronald B.; Hanowski, Richard J.; Blanco, Myra; Leeson, B.; Hickman, Jeffrey S. (United States. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 2011-06)
    Tests were performed to determine the feasibility of developing an Enhanced Camera/Video Imaging System (Enhanced C/VIS or E-C/VIS) to provide heavy-vehicle drivers with better situation awareness to the sides and rear of ...
  • Enhanced Night Visibility Series, Volume I: Executive Summary 

    Hankey, Jonathan M.; Blanco, Myra; Gibbons, Ronald B.; McLaughlin, Shane B.; Dingus, Thomas A. (United States. Federal Highway Administration, 2005-12)
    This volume, an executive summary of the Enhanced Night Visibility project, is the first of 18 volumes that report on the project's evaluation of the merit of implementing supplemental ultraviolet headlamps, supplemental ...
  • Enhanced Night Visibility Series, Volume XII: Overview of Phase II and Development of Phase III Experimental Plan 

    Hankey, Jonathan M.; Blanco, Myra; Neurauter, M. L.; Gibbons, Ronald B.; Porter, Richard J.; Dingus, Thomas A. (United States. Federal Highway Administration, 2005-12)
    This volume provides an overview of the six studies that compose Phase II of the Enhanced Night Visibility project and the experimental plan for its third and final portion, Phase III. The Phase II studies evaluated up to ...
  • Pavement Marking Visibility Requirements During Wet Night Conditions 

    Gibbons, Ronald B. (Virginia. Department of Transportation, 2006-11)
    This study investigated the performance of pavement markings in wet night conditions. Typically, performance will decrease in wet conditions. The degradation is a result of flooding of the marking optics and a change in ...