The Federal Highway Administration suggests things like improving signal visibility, earlier warning signs so people know they're approaching a stop, eliminating unwarranted signals, improving signal conspicuity, and changing yellow signal lengths.
What does YS stand for?
YS stands for Yellow Signal
This definition appears somewhat frequently
See other definitions of YS
We have 4 other meanings of YS in our Acronym Attic
- Yangtze River Water Resources Commission (also seen as Changjiang Water Resources Commission, CWRC)
- York River Yacht Club (Gloucester Point, VA)
- York River Yacht Haven (Gloucester Point, VA)
- Yarra Ranges Youth Services (Australia)
- Your Rules, Your Style (apparel; Philippines)
- District Barge, Stevadoring (US Navy)
- Y Strainer
- Yama Sakura (Japan)
- Yellow Shark
Samples in periodicals archive:
But, yellow signal means the vehicle has to slow down.
Installation and equipment costs for the 18th Avenue-Alder Street signal were about $1,250, and related improvements still to be added include a yellow signal frame to improve visibility and a new aluminum pole.
Mr Harrison's Swansea to London express train passed through two yellow signals and was unable to stop going through a third signal at red before crashing into an empty freight train which was crossing the tracks at Southall in west London.
He said he also noticed he was often slower than his colleagues to respond to yellow signals used to warn train drivers to slow down.
When the yellow signal starts to flash the video camera automatically operates while the radar operates when the signal hits red.
If the LDP adds eight seats in the upcoming election, it can restore its lost majority in the upper house, but the political situation, if left unattended, may flash a yellow signal, the sources said.
It had left Perth in Scotland the previous evening and its driver, who was among the dead, failed to respond to a yellow signal.