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Number 1 lane on freeway?

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2008-09-22 10:35:48
2008-09-22 10:35:48

1 lane is the lane "fast lane" all the way to left, it counts up after that ---- When facing the direction of traffic flow, traffic lanes are numbered from left to right. The lane closest to the center median is the number 1 lane.

The "slow" lane (closest to freeway entrance/exits) is numbered according to the total number of lanes. (anywhere from 2 to 6)

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