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MUTCD Regulatory Traffic Signs(80690)
MUTCD Road Warning Signs(80695)
MUTCD Route Marker Signs(80707)
Q. Which MUTCD standard do your parking signs comply with?
Our MUTCD parking signs are created as per Section 2B.46 and Section 2B.47 about parking, standing and stopping signs. These sections provide general guidance about parking, standing, and stopping signs along with design specifications for these. The signs and plaques are divided into R7 and R8 series.
Q. What are the common size recommendations for MUTCD Signs?
The MUTCD size recommendations differ across signs and depend on factors such as placement, visibility conditions, and the message to be communicated. These dimensions are detailed in tables and illustrations in every MUTCD sign chapter. Generally, overall sign dimensions should be in multiples of 6 inches where possible.
Q. Do park-and-ride signs have to be MUTCD compliant?
Q. Who can install interstate signs?
Our interstate signs are designed to be used in personal or professional spaces. These novelty signs make great souvenirs for family and friends. Official interstate sign installation is usually governed by state/local traffic authorities.
Q. What type of recreational and cultural interest signs do you offer?
Our recreational and cultural interest range of guide signs includes a variety of options. You may choose from different accommodation signs or pick a campground sign for your water recreation facility. Campground signs for winter recreation and land recreation are also available. You may also find the perfect MUTCD-compliant motorist services sign for your park.
Q. Does MUTCD also recommend sign colors?
Q. Can I install MUTCD speed limit signs on my private street?
Since the MUTCD provisions apply to private streets open for public travel, you may install speed limit signs on your road. However, your local traffic agency may have specific procedures or requirements for private street traffic control devices and you should check with them before going ahead.