Chapter 205 - RULES FOR ADMINISTERING THE MAINE TRAVELER INFORMATION SERVICES ACT

  1. § 229-205-1 - DEFINITIONS
  2. § 229-205-2 - OFFICIAL BUSINESS DIRECTIONAL SIGNS
  3. § 229-205-3 - CATEGORICAL SIGNS LOCATED WITHIN THE PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY
  4. § 229-205-4 - CATEGORICAL SIGNS LOCATED OUTSIDE OF THE PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY
  5. § 229-205-5 - ON-PREMISE SIGNS
  6. § 229-205-6 - OFFICIAL TOURIST INFORMATION CENTERS
  7. § 229-205-7 - PENALTIES AND ENFORCEMENT
  8. Appendix - APPENDIX

Current through 2022-14, April 6, 2022

SUMMARY: This rule establishes the requirements for the installation and maintenance of official business directional signs, categorical signs and on-premise signs on public ways throughout the State. This Rule sets forth comprehensive standards for eligibility, location, number, design, size, maintenance and permit procedures for the installation and maintenance of such signs.

Notes

EFFECTIVE DATE:
July 15, 2015 - filing 2015-128
REPEALED AND REPLACED:
11/8/2020 filing 2020-226

STATUTORY AUTHORITY:

23 M.R.S. §1925, as amended by P.L. 2013 Ch. 529; 23 M.R.S. §52

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