[PHOTO] Getting Ready For The Road

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CLARK — Students in Laura Bundy’s fifth period Driver’s Education class at Arthur L. Johnson High School in Clark are hand-making their own traffic signs. Traffic signs, signals and road markings are set up to control the flow of traffic, making street and highways safer for motorists, bicyclists and pedestrians. The signs Bundy’s class made are all different shapes and colors to convey a particular message. Signs are divided onto three basic categories: warning, guidance and regulatory.
Students Dylan Gleco (left) and Brandon Pizzarelli made a divided highway and no passing zone sign. Other signs that some of  Bundy’s students made are the railroad crossing, hospital and handicapped signs. Students are ending the marking period soon and are excited to finally get on the road. (Photo courtesy of Clark Public Schools)


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