Pedestrian Crossing Sign
A Pedestrian Crossing Sign is MUTCD compliant for the safety standards of drivers and pedestrians on roadways and parking areas. A Pedestrian Crossing Sign is a helpful tool to help enforce traffic regulation and display mandatory information to drivers and pedestrians.
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Section 2C.50 Non-Vehicular Warning Signs
- Non-Vehicular Warning (W11-2, W11-3, W11-4, W11-6, W11-7, W11-9, and W11-16 through W11-22) signs may be used to alert road users in advance of locations where unexpected entries into the roadway might occur or where shared use of the roadway by pedestrians, animals, or equestrians might occur.
- These conflicts might be relatively confined, or might occur randomly over a segment of roadway.
- If used in advance of a pedestrian, snowmobile, or equestrian crossing, the W11-2, W11-6, W11-7, and W11-9 signs should be supplemented with plaques (see Section 2C.55) with the legend AHEAD or XX FEET to inform road users that they are approaching a point where crossing activity might occur.
- If a post-mounted W11-2, W11-6, W11-7, or W11-9 sign is placed at the location of the crossing point where pedestrians, snowmobilers, or equestrians might be crossing the roadway, a diagonal downward pointing arrow (W16-7P) plaque shall be mounted below the sign. If the W11-2, W11-6, W11-7, or W11-9 sign is mounted overhead, the W16-7P plaque shall not be used.
Source: 2009 MUTCD