Conn. Agencies Regs. § 13a-124a-1 - Definitions

Current through March 4, 2022

Except as defined in this section, the terms used in these regulations shall be defined in accordance with the definitions and usage of the "Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices" (MUTCD), which document is on file at the Department of Transportation.

(a) Business sign-a separately attached sign mounted on the rectangular sign panel to show the brand, symbol, trademark or name, or combination of these, for a motorist service available on a crossroad at or near an interchange.
(b)Specific information sign -a rectangular sign panel with:
(1) The words "Gas," "Food," "Lodging" or "Camping."
(2) Directional information.
(3) One or more business signs.
(c) Business-an establishment offering food, gas, lodging and/or camping facilities at a single address.
(d) Initial business-the first business to submit an application for specific information signing for a particular service at a particular interchange.
(e) Bond-a written obligation which binds the signatory to answer for the debt, default, or non-compliance with the terms of an agreement.
(f) Certificate of insurance-a Department of Transportation form used to indicate protective liability insurance coverage by the permittee.
(g) Commissioner-the Commissioner of Transportation appointed pursuant to Title 13b, Connecticut General Statutes as revised.
(h) Department-the State of Connecticut Department of Transportation, pursuant to Title 13b, Connecticut General Statutes as revised.
(i) Encroachment permit-a document issued by the District Maintenance Manager, allowing construction within the highway right of way, to a permittee who has met certain qualifications, herein referred to as "permit."
(j) Title 13b-the State Transportation Act.
(k) Information sign maintenance concurrence-a document stating the responsibility of the business with regard to maintaining the specific information sign panel and supports.


Conn. Agencies Regs. § 13a-124a-1
Effective December 5, 1989

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