Various countermeasures are taken to prevent reverse running
Various measures are being taken on Expressway to prevent reverse running.
For example, an arrow is displayed on the surface of a Expressway, etc., to indicate the direction of travel of the vehicle, thereby preventing reverse running.
When merging from the service area or toll gate to the Expressway main line, a rubber pole is installed at the merging point so that you do not make a mistake and go in the wrong direction.
Also, to prevent accidentally entering the oncoming lane after passing through the toll booth, the toll booth plaza section * We are implementing deadline measures.
(Signages and road markings are installed at tollgates where the deadline is difficult to manage.)
* From the toll booth to the confluence section.
There are also signs that call attention to vehicles that are likely to reverse. Notifying the driver who is going in the opposite direction, "I will not go here" will prevent reverse running.
In addition, there is a display panel that emits light only when a reverse vehicle is detected and displays a warning such as "Reverse" to remind you that you are traveling in the reverse direction.
<Efforts to prevent reverse running>
(1) Guiding the direction of travel by large arrow road markings, rubber poles, high-brightness arrow boards, and arrow road markings
(2) Warning signs, no entry signs, and arrow road markings
<Check the direction of travel! 〉
Check for signs and signs indicating that you must not proceed, and arrows that indicate the direction of travel, and proceed in the correct direction.
Rubber poles are installed at the junction with the main line to prevent turning.