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Pavement Marking Retroreflectivity

Classroom Training in WA

  • Local Programs will be offering future training in measuring retroreflectivity and developing and managing programs to maintain minimum retroreflectivity levels once the Final Rule is made and the requirements are known. Join our Training ListServ to be notified when the training is available.


Sign up for a listserv. This is a great way to ask questions, exchange information, and build relationships with others involved with maintaining pavement marking retroreflectivity in Washington State and nationally.

Finding a Retroreflectometer

Borrow one from another agency.

  • Local agencies might be able to ask a neighboring agency to borrow one.

Rent one or buy one

WSDOT does not necessarily endorse the following companies but provides the information for the benefit of local agencies. Contact the Local Programs Engineering Services Specialist to have your company added to this list.

Companies that rent retroreflectometers:

Companies that sell retroreflectometers:

Technical Assistance

For questions, assistance, or recommendations on pavement marking retroreflectivity, contact the Local Programs E-Learning Coordinator.

Federal Safety Funding

Traffic Services administers Federal Safety Funding to local agencies. Your project may qualify to receive funds. Contact the Traffic Services Manager for more information.