Chapter 206 - RULES FOR THE INSTALLATION OF GAS, FOOD, LODGING, CAMPING AND ATTRACTIONS LOGO SIGNS ON THE RURAL PORTIONS OF THE INTERSTATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM

  1. § 229-206-1 - General Requirements
  2. § 229-206-2 - Definitions
  3. § 229-206-3 - Service Requirements
  4. § 229-206-4 - Eligibility of Sites
  5. § 229-206-5 - Distance to Services
  6. § 229-206-6 - Interchange Eligibility Criteria
  7. § 229-206-7 - Logo Design
  8. § 229-206-8 - Logo Size and Shape
  9. § 229-206-9 - Logo Legends
  10. § 229-206-10 - Logo Color
  11. § 229-206-11 - Materials
  12. § 229-206-12 - Location of Sign Assemblies
  13. § 229-206-13 - Eligibility Survey
  14. § 229-206-14 - Logo Permits
  15. § 229-206-15 - Replacement
  16. § 229-206-16 - Changes in Participating Service
  17. § 229-206-17 - Existing Attraction Signing
  18. § 229-206-18 - Removal of Logo Signs
  19. § 229-206-19 - Relocation of Logo Signs
  20. § 229-206-20 - Financial Responsibility
  21. § 229-206-21 - Implementation

Current through 2022-14, April 6, 2022

SUMMARY: The purpose of these rules is to regulate the installation of gas, food, lodging, camping and attraction logo signs on rural portions of the interstate highway system. These regulations establish the size, shape, manner and location of logo signs and describe the procedure for applying to the Department for permission to erect a logo sign and the criteria used by the Department to select among applicants. The Department may contract with a private vendor to implement the logo sign program.

Notes

EFFECTIVE DATE:
September 1, 1999
AMENDED:
January 27, 2007 - filing 2007-22
5/27/2015 - filing 2015-098

STATUTORY AUTHORITY: 23 M.R.S.A. §1912-B

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