Temporary Traffic Control Signs
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The most popular Temporary Traffic Control Signs legends are in stock. Legends are printed on orange fluorescent sheeting.
Substrate options include: .080″, and ALPOLIC
Temporary Traffic Control Signs additional options are available. Custom legends are also available. Please contact us so that we can assist you.
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Traffic Control Signs Featured
- WORKER SYMBOL (W21-1) –
UTILITY WORK AHEAD (W21-7) –
FLAGGER (SYMBOL) (W20-7)
LEFT LANE REDUCTION (SYMBOL) (W4-2L)
RIGHT LANE REDUCTION (SYMBOL) (W4-2R)
TRUCKS ENTERING and LEAVING HIGHWAY
ROAD WORK AHEAD (W20-1)
LOW SHOULDER (W8-9)
SOFT SHOULDER (W8-4)
ROAD CLOSED AHEAD (W20-3)
DETOUR AHEAD (W20-2) – .080″
ROAD UNDER CONSTRUCTION
Border Only – No Legend
ONE LANE ROAD AHEAD (W20-4)
BE PREPARED TO STOP (W3-4)
END ROAD WORK (G20-2)
DETOUR ARROW →(M4-10R)
DETOUR ARROW ← (M4-10L)
END ROAD WORK (G20-2)
Border Only – No Legend –
DETOUR ARROW →(M4-9R)
DETOUR ARROW ← (M4-9L)
END DETOUR (M4-8a)
DETOUR with ARROW straight ↑ (M4-9S)
CHAPTER 6F. TEMPORARY TRAFFIC CONTROL ZONE DEVICES
Section 6F.01 Types of Devices
The design and application of temporary traffic control devices used in temporary traffic control zones should consider the needs of all road users (drivers, pedestrians and bicyclists).
Crashworthiness and crash testing information on devices described in Part 6 are found in AASHTO’s “Roadside Design Guide” (see Section 1A.11).
Traffic control devices shall be defined as all signs, signals, markings, and otherdevices used to regulate, warn, or guide road users, placed on, over, or adjacent to a street, highway, pedestrian facility, or bikeway by authority of a public body or official having jurisdiction.
All traffic control devices used on street and highway construction, maintenance, utility, or incident management operations shall conform to the applicable provisions of this Manual.
Where the color orange is required, fluorescent red-orange or fluorescent yellow-orange
colors may also be used.
The fluorescent versions of orange provide higher conspicuity than standard orange,
especially during twilight.
Section 6F.02 General Characteristics of Signs
Temporary traffic control zone signs convey both general and specific messages by means of
words or symbols and have the same three categories as all road user signs: regulatory, warning,
Page 6F-2 Proposed Revision No. 2
The colors for regulatory signs shall follow the Standards for regulatory signs in Table 2A-4 and Chapter 2B. Warning signs in temporary traffic control zones shall have a black legend and border on an orange background, except for the Highway Rail Grade Crossing Advance Warning (W10-1) sign which shall have a black
legend and border on a yellow background, and except for signs that are permitted in Parts 2 or 7 to have fluorescent yellow-green backgrounds. Colors for guide signs shall follow the Standards in Table 2A-4 and Chapter 2D, except for guide signs as noted in Section 6F.47.
Warning and guide signs used for temporary traffic control incident management situations (see Chapter 6I) may have a black legend and border on a fluorescent coral background. Existing warning signs that are still applicable may remain in place.
In order to maintain the systematic use of yellow or fluorescent yellow-green background for pedestrian, bicycle, and school warning signs in a jurisdiction, the yellow or fluorescent yellowgreen background for pedestrian, bicycle, and school warning signs may be used in temporary
traffic control zones. Standard orange flags or flashing warning lights may be used in conjunction with signs.
When standard orange flags or flashing warning lights are used in conjunction with signs, they shall not block the sign face.
The dimensions of signs shown in Part 6 are for standard sizes, which may be increased wherever necessary for greater legibility or emphasis.
Standard: Deviations from standard sizes as prescribed herein shall be in 150 mm (6 in) increments.