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Pedestrian Roadway Warning Signs

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Pedestrian Roadway Warning Signs

The MUTCD (Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices) is the national standard and North Dakota adopted for all traffic control devices. The MUTCD specifies the following  signs to warn of the presence of pedestrians in a marked crosswalk in the roadway.

 

single crosswalk sign                                     Pentagon crosswalk sign 

The difference in these signs is the pentagon (5 sided) sign is used at marked crosswalks in school areas.

 

Ahead arrow          ahead sign 

  

.  The “AHEAD” signs lets the motorist know the crosswalk is coming up and the “      “ lets the motorist know where the crosswalk is located