Road Traffic Signs & Pedestrian Signs - Tips and Articles

Traffic Sign History

Traffic control sign standards had their start in the early 1920's. See original signs designs for a One Way Sign, Curve Ahead Sign, Crossing Sign, and many more.
Learn more about yield signs - their beginnings, changes in color, and implementation throughout the United States.
How did house numbers start? Learn the history behind housing numbers and house address signs to understand their vital role in building communities.
Route marker signs have a rich history. Read more for the development of route sign color and shape as well as the history of US Route 66.
  History of Bike Safety  63736
A look at bicylce safety since they were first developed in the 19th century to the helmet debate of the 21st.
Traffic Fluorescent sign standards had their start in the early 1920's. See original signs designs for a One Way Sign, Curve Ahead Sign, Crossing Sign, and many more.
  History of MUTCD Signs  98353
Learn about how speed limit signs have changed. Find historical photos of the first speed camera and first speeding ticket resulting from a radar gun.
Trace railroad crossing signs back to 1908, Few accidents are as fatal as car and train collisions. Read our history.
Compare how different vehicles view a reflective stop sign. The angle observation changes as a function of the height of the vehicle.
A history of one-way street signs in the United States since the early 20th century
  Pedestrian Crossings  63784
A look at the evolution of crosswalks and pedestrian laws.
Learn about the history of the efficacy of Reversible Lanes.
A history of the cataphote reflector, or cat's eyes. These small, reflected beads on signs were the standard for traffic signage for years.
Sign Paddles and the crossing guards that wield them have a diverse history. Read more for the development of sign paddles, crossing guards and road safety.
How did traffic control signs develop? Read a history of traffic road signs and excerpts of preserved highway engineering articles from the 1920's.
  US and German Highways  63658
A comparison of the United States Interstate Highway Systems and the German Autobahn.
A sign’s color has an immediate impact on how your read the sign’s message. Learn about the common traffic sign color meanings.
Get a sneak peek into the history of the first STOP sign — how it was designed and where it was first installed. See illustrations of the first stop signs, including one possibly from 1914.
Materials & Ordering

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Compare reflective sign grades. See photos and video of Engineer Grade, High Intensity and Diamond Grade reflective traffic signs at night. Also explore the history of reflective signs.
Learn about the physics of Retroreflectivity. Why are signs bright at night? Security Signs for parking lots can make a difference.
An article about how signs are valuable support to confusing bike laws. Signs will protect cycling enthusiasts and drivers alike.
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What does a triangle imply? What are the national norms for an octagon, an oval or a rectangle?
Compare details of our Windmaster stands. Find out which of these stands work best with different kinds of Windmaster signs.
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  House Number History  68609
What is the purpose behind House Numbering and Street Naming Systems? How does this save us from the maze of complex town planning? Click to know more.