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# Proposed January 10, 2016 - [[User:Falco_sparverius/GLR_Proposals/Minimum_Road_Locks |Minimum Road Lock Standards]]
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# Proposed January 10, 2016 - [[User:Falco_sparverius/GLR_Proposals/Minimum_Road_Locks |Minimum Road Lock Standards]] - PASSED
 
#  Proposed June 24, 2015.  [[Michigan #State_Highway_Naming|Michigan proposal]] to remove city name fields from all state highways with limited access.   
 
#  Proposed June 24, 2015.  [[Michigan #State_Highway_Naming|Michigan proposal]] to remove city name fields from all state highways with limited access.   
 
# Proposed July 6, 2015.  [[Michigan #Parking_Lot_Roads|Michigan proposal]] to set a minimum length standard for dead-end parking lot roads at 30m.  
 
# Proposed July 6, 2015.  [[Michigan #Parking_Lot_Roads|Michigan proposal]] to set a minimum length standard for dead-end parking lot roads at 30m.  

Revision as of 21:06, 13 March 2016



Region Standard Change Candidates

  1. Proposed January 10, 2016 - Minimum Road Lock Standards - PASSED
  2. Proposed June 24, 2015. Michigan proposal to remove city name fields from all state highways with limited access.
  3. Proposed July 6, 2015. Michigan proposal to set a minimum length standard for dead-end parking lot roads at 30m.

See USA/Great Lakes/To do for guidance in Great Lakes that may not be universal to all other states and territories.