MUTCD Compliant Regulatory Signs
Every day, you are exposed to different dangers in your day to day life. Be it on the roads, workplaces, schools, businesses, or at construction sites. This is why regulatory signs are necessary for any public area to help identify danger zones and alert customers, visitors, and employees of any areas that require extra caution. Regulatory signs vary from category to category and come in different sizes, colors, and shapes.
At Dornbos Signs, we provide a wide selection of regulatory signs to give consumers clear messages and safety precautions to keep people informed and aware of their surroundings. We also create customized signs that blend seamlessly with your other visual communications. And since regulatory signs are required to fulfill the roles of communicating, warning, and guiding the public at all times, all Dornbos signs are manufactured as per the MUTCD rules and standards. Below are some of the regulatory signs that we offer:
There are many versions of pedestrian signs that are used in various settings. They can be posted near crosswalks, intersections and at school crossings. These type of signage are used to warn pedestrians to keep out of unsafe areas and where to cross the street.
Dornbos Sign manufactures pedestrian signs on a yellow-green fluorescent reflective sheet that enhances visibility on the roads and meet MUTCD specification for highway use. The signs will not rust and are designated for years of outdoor use.
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Speed Limit Signs
Speed limit signs are vital traffic regulatory signs and can vary in the limit depending on the specific state that you are driving through. Many highways have speed limits set at 55 miles per hour, while others have a limit of 45 miles per hour and 65 miles per hour.
At Dornbos Sign, we create environmental-friendly solar speed limit LED signs with any speed limit you may need.
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Stop signs are the most iconic of all regulatory signs. Both the octagon shape and red color are important to how a stop sign is recognized and understood. This is done because of the importance a stop sign has on traffic safety. It alerts drivers on intersections and other areas where traffic may be traveling in opposite or crossing directions.
Our stop signs are made of durable material and on reflective sheeting for enhanced visibility. You can install them on a post, fence, or wall.
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Yield signs are similar to stop signs, but used in less dangerous situations such as traffic circles and passive cross streets. They help traffic to flow smoothly, while allowing motorists from different directions to go ahead. The yield signs from Dornbos Sign feature innovative LED technology that extend the range of visibility of the sign during the day, night, and in all weather conditions. They are also fully MUTCD compliant and come with anti-theft mounting hardware.
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Bicycle riders are subject to many of the same regulatory signs that drivers are on the roadways. We have a large inventory of bicycle signs including: no bicycle regulatory signs, no parking bike lane signs, prohibit bicycle traffic from entering a road or facility. If used at a facility, these signs should be placed at the entrances.
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School signs are used to promote safety on your school property and surrounding areas. Some of the school traffic signs include school bus stop signs, caution signs, pedestrian crosswalk signs, yield to pedestrian signs, playground signs and more.
Dornbos Sign has a vast collection of high quality and highly visible school signs, designed to be easily seen and recognized instantly.
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They indicate restricted actions or objects, as they indicate to road users about actions they should not take or which are prohibited. Some of the restrictive signs made by Dornbos Sign are: no right turn, no left turn, do not overtake, do not horn, do not exceed 80kmph speed limit, no goods vehicles, no hazardous materials, no pedestrians, maximum heights limits, no cyclists, and no U-turn among others.
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These type of signage control parking, by indicating where parking is allowed or where it is not and parking time restrictions. Some examples of parking control signs are: parking available, parking area reserved for residents only, no loading, paid parking available, meter parking and handicapped parking sign.
White and green reflective parking signs are commonly used to indicate reserved parking spots, while white and red reflective parking signs are mostly designate for parking prohibitions. The handicapped parking sign is usually a blue sign that shows that the area is reserved for parking by people with special needs. You can get all your parking signs at Dornbos Sign. The common sizes for parking signs are 12"x18" and 18"x24", but custom sizes are available upon request.
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