delineators


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de·lin·e·a·tors

(dĕ-linē-ā-tŏrz)
RADIOTHERAPY Material used to represent treatment field borders.
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The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) designed those concrete separators or delineators in such a way that buses using the outer lanes of Edsa can go over them to get to the private vehicle lanes in case of an emergency, said MMDA Traffic Discipline Office head Cris Saruca.
It is precisely at such crossings, that are in the narrow urban zone, or that are relatively isolated and can be hardly controlled from the safety aspect, where the ITS delineators could be installed.
Delineators such as cones, drums, and barricades do not prevent pedestrian access and can be confusing to motorists because of the gaps between them.
Formation Wetland Edition software is designed by professional wetland delineators and is designed to save time and money in the completion of Section 404 permit applications.