Chapter 208 - RULES FOR THE SELECTION OF INTERCHANGE AND SUPPLEMENTAL GUIDE SIGNS
- § 229-208-1 - Background
- § 229-208-2 - Definitions
- § 229-208-3 - Interchange Guide Signs
- § 229-208-4 - Supplemental Guide Signs
- § 229-208-5 - Supplemental Guide Sign Criteria
- § 229-208-6 - Other Municipalities
- § 229-208-7 - Other Transportation Facilities
- § 229-208-8 - Veterans Memorials and Cemeteries'
Current through 2022-14, April 6, 2022
SUMMARY:Title 23 § 1912- Cgrants the authority to place interchange guide signs on the interstate system for the sole purpose to guide travelers to destinations of local, regional and statewide interest. Interchange guide signs and supplemental guide signs may be placed by a signing agency at strategic points on the interstate system beside the traffic lanes approaching an exit if the placement complies with this section and with national standards. All determinations regarding whether the placement of interchange guide signs or supplemental guide signs on the interstate system meets the standards contained in this section must be made by the signing agency. The purpose of these rules is to regulate the installation and selection of Interchange and Supplemental Guide Signs on portions of the interstate highway system. These rules establish the size, shape, manner and location of Interchange and Supplemental Guide signs and describe the eligibility for any entity to formally request the Department to erect an Interchange or Supplemental Guide Sign.
STATUTORY AUTHORITY: 23 MRS §1912-c; 23 MRS §52; 23 MRS §4206
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