ATLM has been installed by Department of Transport, Planning & Infrastructure (DPTI) along the edges of the Main South Rd over Sellicks Hill. ATLMs are raised thermoplastic bars around 150mm long…Continue
"Thanks for a good suggestion Rob.Had a look & found the DPTI facebook page & where I selected posts to gethttps://www.facebook.com/pg/DPTISA/posts/?ref=page_internalI posted slightly modified version of my first post in this…"
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"Would absolutely agree Baron. Certainly not a very sleep inducing stretch of road and less dangerous than most sections if you do leave the road. The biggest danger is not crossing the edge line but crossing the centerline. This is where a…"
"Good spotting Norm. Re shoulder width, I did wonder just how we measure a shoulder.Did find in DPTI pavement manual as linked to by Heather, above on page C1All markings are dimensioned centre to centre & an example of measuring lane width. Thus…"
"Afraid really not sure Greg. I am hopeful that my post will raise cyclist's awareness & hopefully BISA or others will will make clear their unhappiness to DPTI, police & local members. I did ring & speak to a DPTI cycling &…"
"I thought it a particularly silly place to have the markings... safety rail one side, hill on the other, no trees around - those nearer the top of the hill are all behind barriers.. but particularly, it's a scenic, windy bit of…"
"George hi, I was over Sellicks about 10 days ago and thought exactly the same, great for safety to wake up a drowsy driver and stop them hitting a tree but really bad idea for cyclists riding up the hill as there is nowhere to get off the main road…"
"Pavement Marking Manual by Safety and Service Division of DPTI plus State Govt, p. C-78, states:“Minimum criteria for edge line ATLM: Sealed shoulder shall be no less than 0.5m wide.”http://www.dpti.sa.gov.au/?a=40257"
Hi George, Please join one of my AC groups to receive the free BUG Enews. To join a group, use a link like http://www.adelaidecyclists.com/group/adelaidebug or find on the AC hub under Groups. On a group web page, near the top right corner, is a spot where you can join. Once a member, you can quickly find the group under 'My Page' and 'My Groups'. Cheers, Heather