Object Class: Traffic separation scheme lane part


Acronym: TSSLPT (A)

Code: 148

Set Attribute_A: CATTSS; DATEND; DATSTA; #ORIENT; RESTRN; STATUS;

Set Attribute_B: INFORM; NINFOM; NTXTDS; SCAMAX; SCAMIN; TXTDSC;

Set Attribute_C: RECDAT; RECIND; SORDAT; SORIND;

Definition:

A traffic separation scheme is a scheme which aims to reduce the risk of collision in congested and/or converging areas by separating traffic moving in opposite, or nearly opposite, directions. (IHO Dictionary, S-32, 5th Edition, 5585)

A traffic lane is an area within defined limits in which one-way traffic flow is established (IMO Ships Routeing, 6th Edition).

A traffic separation scheme lane part is an area of a traffic lane in which the direction of flow of traffic is uniform.

References:

INT 1: not specified;

M-4: not specified;

Remarks:

The complete traffic lane may consist of one or more lane parts depending on the shape of the lane.

Distinction: recommended traffic lane part; traffic separation line; traffic separation scheme boundary; traffic separation scheme crossing; traffic separation scheme roundabout; traffic separation zone;