Pedestrian Crossing Signs 12″ x 24″ Vertical panels come with a large handle for easy gripping and a rubber base. Hi-Intensity sheeting with one left-facing and one right-facing orange/white striping. Includes rubber base.
Pedestrian Cross Walk Vertical Sign a must for any busy parking. Business with active store fronts, churches with parking lots not adjacent to the building. Schools with crosswalks for children to cross busy roads. Pedestrian foot traffic signs are a common sight and need to be highly visible to remind drivers to watch for foot traffic.
Pedestrian Crossing Signs
Overview for Eastern Metal VP-6536-STOP-FB VP-6500 In-Street Pedestrian Crosswalk Sign
Pedestrian Crossing Signs with a visible background, the Eastern Metal VP-6500 In-Street Pedestrian Crosswalk Sign is ideal for the protection of crossing pedestrians and school children in high traffic crosswalks. This crosswalk sign features a Diamond Grade fluorescent yellow-green background to provide maximum visibility. The sign frame includes two 12 x 36-inch vertical panel signs that are recessed within the 48-inch tall frame to protect from wear and tear. This frame easily fits the high compression 100 percent recycled 32-pound rubber base.
This crosswalk sign comes with an extra-large frame-top handle that allows easy gripping. In addition, it is MUTCD (Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices) compliant for safety.
The Eastern Metal VP-6500 In-Street Pedestrian Crosswalk Sign offers two-panel legends – yield or stop sign. Please select your preference from the drop-down menu above.
- VP-6536-STOP-FB: Stop to Pedestrian Crosswalk Sign
- VP-6536-YIELD-FB: Yield to Pedestrian Crosswalk Sign
- Choice of 2-panel legends
- Diamond Grade fluorescent yellow-green background
- Vertical panel sign: Two 12 x 36-inch
- Frame: 48 inches tall
- High compression 100% recycled 32-pound rubber base
- Extra-large frame-top handle
- MUTCD compliant
Police Departments can maintain their own pedestrian crossing signs with easy to replace components.
Limit accidents on your properties by keeping these signs in common areas where the pedestrians will access your facilities. If its maintained by the public works dept. call them and provide them this link and ask for one to be placed where you want it.