MUTCD Stop Signs for Sale – Official & Private Use

Stop Signs

Stop Signs

Official Durability Quotes

1) What are the differences between the 3 types of reflectivity?

Engineering
Grade
(EG) Type I
High
Intensity
(HI) Type IV
Diamond Grade
(DG) Type IX
Ideal Use Great for parking lots Most common for roadways Best choice for roadways
Brightness Standard reflective material 3X brighter
than EG
10X brighter
than EG
General Lifespan 7 years 10 years 10 + years
Night-time visibility 500 feet away 1000 feet away 1500 feet away

2) What size sign should I choose?

  • 18 x 18" - Used for bicyclist traffic control on bikeways and shared-use paths
  • 24 x 24" - Great for parking lots and private roadways
  • 30 x 30" - The minimum size required for official street applications
  • 36 x 36" - Minimum size for multi-lane approaches and hazardous intersections

3) What height do I need to mount my stop sign?

MOST COMMON APPLICATION

In business, commercial, or residential areas (Fig. A): The minimum height, measured vertically from the bottom of the sign to the top of the curb, or in the absence of curb, measured vertically from the bottom of the sign to the elevation of the near edge of the traveled way, of signs installed at the side of the road where the view of the sign might be obstructed, shall be 7 feet.
Signs installed above sidewalks: The minimum height, measured vertically from the bottom of the sign to the sidewalk, shall be 7 feet.

In rural areas (Fig. B): The minimum height, measured vertically from the bottom of the sign to the elevation of the near edge of the pavement, shall be 5 feet.

Overhead signs (Fig. C): Shall provide a vertical clearance of not less than 17 feet to the sign, light fixture, or sign bridge over the entire width of the pavement and shoulders except where the structure on which the overhead signs are to be mounted or other structures along the roadway near the sign structure have a lesser vertical clearance.

Source: 2009 MUTCD

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Traffic Stop Signs

Traffic Stop Signs

Road Traffic Stop Signs

These are the stop signs that are to be used on public roads, private roads such as on corporate campuses, and in parking lots. The official stop sign (R1-1) is available in a number of sizes and with three types of reflective sheeting options. For the best visibility, order your stop sign with diamond grade reflectivity.

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