Required for Traffic
and Other Signage
The time for assessment, making
improvements is drawing near.
Just over a year remains for property managers to assess the traffic
signage at existing as well as new
development sites and devise a
replacement plan in order to get in
line with new traffic sign standards
geared around reflectivity. For new
sites, you should plan to use these
new rules now to avoid replacing traffic signage later.
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Why the new regulations?
The new regulations were created to improve safety
on the nation’s roadways due to an ever-changing
Who is affected?
Any site with paved areas including parking lots for
shopping malls and restaurants, office complexes,
apartment and residential developments,
sports and recreational facilities and
other businesses open to the public
will be affected when the regula-
tions go into place.
What are the suggested
reflectivity levels for
• Parking signs should use
engineer-grade or better.
• Street signs and other traffic control
signs should use high-intensity grade or
greater. Information provided by Grimco.
SIGNARAMA is ready to help you evaluate your site to
ensure it is aligned with the new regulations. Contact
your local SIGNARAMA for more information. Find your
nearest store at www.signarama.com/locations or call
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