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Street Signs

Street signs are a type of traffic sign that is used to display the street name. Street signs are posted at intersections so you can easily see where you are located in a city or town. In the United States, the most common street sign color scheme is white letters on a green background. Our standard street sign sizes are 6 inch street signs or 9 inch street signs. If you need custom colors or letters, or a custom size you can contact us for a special quote.

Common questions about Street Names Signs:

  • StreetSigns.com
  • Mission
  • Contact Us
  • MUTCD Standards
  • Traffic Sign Links
  • Dept. of Transportation

About StreetSigns.com

A Division of Traffic Signs Corporation

StreetSigns.com has a full selection of Traffic Signs for all of your parking sign, road and street sign requirements. Whether it is a stop sign, handicap sign or custom traffic sign we have all of the standard Traffic Signs for immediate delivery. All of our Traffic Signs are available in reflective aluminum and of course all traffic signs meet the new MUTCD requirements.

America's Traffic Sign Supplier

StreetSigns.com is a national manufacturer and distributor of custom and standard DOT and MUTCD compliant traffic, parking, road and street signs. Since 1988 we have been creating high quality signs to meet the needs of government, industry and business. We are shipping signs and related products to all 50 states, quickly and economically. Please make StreetSigns.com your traffic sign supplier

Mission Statement

To provide premier e-commerce based purchasing solutions to a wide variety of customers seeking standard and custom traffic, parking and street signage. Through our internet sites buyers will safely purchase quality sign products, quickly and reasonably. We pride ourselves on taking excellent care of our customers. We will do our best to accommodate their needs in any way possible.

Contact Information

StreetSigns.com is a Division of the Traffic Signs Corporation

Traffic Sign Corporation
75 S Owasso Blvd W
St. Paul, MN 55117

Office Hours

Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. CST

Numbers

877-936-9998
651-636-9998
651-636-8889 (fax)

MUTCD Standards

The MUTCD is a national standard, intended to ensure that traffic signs are consistent throughout the United States. Each state has adopted either the Federal MUTCD "as is" or, the Federal MUTCD modified with a state supplement, or a state-specific traffic control manual which governs contains standards for traffic control devices that regulate, warn and guide road users along all roadways within that particular state. Please contact your state Department of Transportation or local highway, public works, or traffic engineering department to find out which laws and regulations apply to signs and traffic control devices in your state or municipality.

The traffic control devices (TCD) are very critical for the safe and efficient transportation of people and goods. The Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD), by setting minimum standards and providing guidance, ensures uniformity of traffic control devices across the nation. The use of uniform TCDs (messages, location, size, shapes, and colors) helps reduce crashes and congestion, and improves the efficiency of the surface transportation system. Uniformity also helps reduce the cost of TCDs through standardization. The information contained in the MUTCD is the result of either years of practical experience, research, and/or the MUTCD experimentation process. This effort ensures that TCDs are visible, recognizable, understandable, and necessary. The MUTCD is a dynamic document that changes with time to address contemporary safety and operational issues.

The purpose of the National Handbook of Traffic Control Practices for Low Volume Rural Roads (NLVR) is to assist local government units throughout the United States (US) in providing safe local roads for the traveling public. It is recognized that funds for construction, maintenance and operation of the local road system are limited and, therefore, the Handbook is aimed at providing a rational balance between maximum safety and minimum cost.The use of the Handbook by local agencies throughout the US will mean more consistent signing and marking of local roads, thus providing roads which better meet the expectancy of the drivers and are therefore safer. The consistent use of the practices should also decrease the legal liability of local government units in case of lawsuits arising from roadway crashes.The National LVR Handbook is intended for county (or similar units) and city engineers, county road supervisors, city street superintendents, township boards, and other local officials with low-volume road and street safetyresponsibilities.Note: Low-Volume is normally defined as 400 vehicles per day or less.

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Department of Transportation web sites:

Please visit your state's Department of Transportation's website to get the most accurate information:

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