A detour or diversion route is a route around a planned area of prohibited or reduced access, such as a construction site. Detours must be followed and failure to do so could result in fines. [not in citation given] Standard operating procedure for many roads departments is to route any detour over roads within the same jurisdiction as the road with the obstructed area.
Permanently signed detour routes
- U.S. Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices Section 6C.09
- Example: Dits, Joseph (2011-04-19). "Capital Ave. to be closed at railroad tracks in Mishawaka for a week" (fee required). South Bend Tribune. Retrieved 2011-04-20.
The state will erect signs that take car traffic on a detour all the way through downtown South Bend – a longer detour than local residents could figure out – because the state has to use state roads, said InDOT spokesman Jim Pinkerton.
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