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... 21   Responsibility for Installation and Operation Survey participants were asked what organizations have installed lighting for isolated rural intersections within their states. The highest responses to this question indicated that the state DOT or its contractors performed this installation (Figure 16)
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... 22 Lighting Practices for Isolated Rural Intersections Figure 16. Responses to "What organization(s)
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... Installation, Operation, and Maintenance 23   Similar to the trends in Figures 16 and 17, Figure 18 reveals that state DOTs and local municipalities are most often responsible for maintaining rural intersection lighting, followed by electric utilities. In some cases, state DOTs share maintenance responsibilities with local governments.
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... 24 Lighting Practices for Isolated Rural Intersections Adaptive Lighting at Isolated Rural Intersections As seen from the responses to the question about lighting equipment and hardware (Figure 11) , photocell control of rural intersection lighting from dusk to dawn is common.

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