Notes for Figure 6H-30—Typical Application 3Interior Lane Closure on a Multi-Lane Street



  1. This information applies to low-speed, low-volume urban streets. Where speed or volume is higheradditional signing such as LEFT LANE CLOSED XX FT should be used between the signs shown.



  1. The closure of the adjacent interior lane in the opposing direction may not be necessary, depending upon the activity being performed and the work space needed for the operation.
  2. Shadow vehicles with a truck-mounted attenuator may be used.
  3. The RIGHT (LEFT) LANE(S) CLOSED (W20-5 or C20(CA)) sign may be used instead of the Lane Reduction (W4-2) sign.



  1. All advance warning signs should be placed so that the path of travel for bicycles in not blocked, while maintaining visibility for road users
  2. When existing accommodations for bicycle travel are disrupted or closed in a longterm duration project (See Section 6G.02) and the roadway width is inadequate forallowing bicyclists and motoe vehicles to travel side by side, the Bicycle Crossing (W11-1) sign and the SHARE THE ROAD (W16-1P) plaque should be used to advisemotorists of the presence of bicyclists in the travel way lanes.
  3. If bicyclists are able to use the shoulder throughout the TTC zone, the Bicycle Crossing (W11-1) sign and the SHARE THE ROAD (W16-1P) plaque should be omitted.