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No Parking, Standing, and Stopping Signs (R7 and R8 Series)
Signs governing the parking, stopping, and standing of vehicles cover a wide variety of regulations, and only general guidance will be provided here. The word "standing" when used on the R7 and R8 series of signs refers to the practice of a driver keeping the vehicle in a stationary position while continuing to occupy the vehicle. Typical examples of no parking, stopping, and standing signs are as follows:
NO PARKING ANY TIME (R7-1);
NO PARKING 8:30 AM TO 5:30 PM (R7-2);
NO PARKING EXCEPT SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS (R7-3);
NO STANDING ANY TIME (R7-4);
ONE HOUR PARKING 9 AM-7 PM (R7-5);
NO PARKING LOADING ZONE (R7-6);
NO PARKING BUS STOP (R7-7, R7-107, R7-107a);
NO PARKING ON PAVEMENT (R8-1);
NO PARKING EXCEPT ON SHOULDER (R8-2);
NO PARKING (R8-3);
No Parking (R8-3a); and
NO STOPPING ON PAVEMENT (R8-5).
The legend on parking signs should state applicable regulations. Parking signs should conform to the standards of shape, color, and location.
Where parking is prohibited at all times or at specific times, the basic design for parking signs should have a red legend and border on a white background (Parking Prohibition signs). Where only limited-time parking or parking in a particular manner are permitted, the signs should have a green legend and border on a white background (Permissive Parking signs).
Parking signs should display the following information from top to bottom of the sign, in the order listed:
– The restriction or prohibition;
– The times of the day that it is applicable, if not at all hours; and
– The days of the week that it is applicable, if not every day.
Learn more about MUTCD Guidelines for No Parking Signs