MUTCD Traffic Signs and Street Signs

 

Published by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) is used to define the road and traffic signs, signals and devices used on streets, roads and highways throughout the United States.
 
Stonehouse offers a full line of MUTCD 2009 compliant Traffic Signs.  Click on the signs below to search for what you need directly, or visit our Traffic and Parking page now!
 
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Get Up-To-Date 2009 MUTCD Information Below!
 

The FHWA published the most recent version of MUTCD on December 16, 2009. As the new year approaches, Stonehouse wants to be sure you're prepared for the new regulations that are coming into effect starting in January 2012. Learn how these changes affect your traffic signs, street signs and road signs.

We scoured the new regulations and pulled out some of the game changers in the regs so you don't have to! 

This six-part series you see below covers almost everything you might need to know, from changes in retroreflectivity to a list of all the relevant compliance dates.

New MUTCD Law Changes Are Coming- Are You Prepared?

MUTCD Law Changes Part II: Minimum Retroreflectivity Requirements

MUTCD Law Changes Part III: Color Changes

MUTCD Law Changes Part IV: Sign Heights and Lateral Locations for Sign Installations

MUTCD Law Changes Part V: Changes In Sign Sizes & Lettering Heights


MUTCD Law Changes Part VI- Important Compliance Dates

Update


U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood has stated that the FHWA is proposing to eliminate several of the required compliance dates for traffic signs.

View the proposed changes on the FHWA Website now, and check back here!  As soon as these changes are in effect, we will keep this section up to date.