Reflectivity Analysis and Maintenance Program of Road Markings IR. WIYOTO WIYONO Toll Road

Yogi Oktopianto, Dwi Wahyu Hidayat

Maintenance and replacement of toll road markings are programs intended to fulfil the standards of performance as determined in the Standard of Minimum Service regarding the road markings for the safety and comfort of toll road users. This research measured the percentage of decline in the reflectivity of toll road markings during the service period up to the Final Hand Over (FHO). In this experimental research, reflectivity score of the existing location was periodically measured three times in a year using a reflectometer. A decline in the reflectivity by 44% was found within a year to an average of 183 mcd/m2/lux. This score was lesser than the minimum standard of reflectivity specification of 250 mcd/m2/lux for toll road. Therefore, proper maintenance program during the service period after the first year was required to fulfil the reflectivity standards. After the first year of service period, the existing toll road markings were cleaned up, resulting in a reflectivity score of 279 mcd/m2/lux.

Volume 12 | Issue 2

Pages: 3118-3122

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12I2/S20201431