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An Highway-Light Rail Transit Grade Crossing Left Sign is MUTCD compliant for traffic and pedestrian safety compliance. An Highway-Light Rail Transit Grade Crossing Left Sign is a helpful resource to help protect the drivers and pedestrians on public roadways, private drives, and parking lots.
Section 8B.06 Grade Crossing Advance Warning Signs
- If the distance between the tracks and a parallel highway, from the edge of the tracks to the edge of the parallel roadway, is less than 100 feet, W10-2, W10-3, or W10-4 signs shall be installed on each approach of the parallel highway to warn road users making a turn that they will encounter a grade crossing soon after making a turn, and a W10-1 sign for the approach to the tracks shall not be required to be between the tracks and the parallel highway.
- If the W10-2, W10-3, or W10-4 signs are used, sign placement in accordance with the guidelines for Intersection Warning signs in Table 2C-4 using the speed of through traffic shall be measured from the highway intersection.
- If the distance between the tracks and the parallel highway, from the edge of the tracks to the edge of the parallel roadway, is 100 feet or more, a W10-1 sign should be installed in advance of the grade crossing, and the W10-2, W10-3, or W10-4 signs should not be used on the parallel highway.
Source: 2009 MUTCD