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Sign Installation Guide

Forest Service employees, contractors, and volunteers will have an easier time installing road signs properly, thanks to the Sign Installation Guide (0371–2812–MTDC). This revision of the guide includes information needed to install traffic control signs on National Forest System roads in accordance with the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) and Sign and Poster Guide-lines (EM–7100–15). The guide includes most of the signs and markers used on National Forest roads and gives workers a clear picture of how signs should be installed. This guide by Andy Trent and Donna Sheehy replaces the Sign Installation Guide (9771–2813–MTDC). It was prepared by MTDC in cooperation with the U. S. Department of Administration, Federal Highway Administration.

Image of the Sign Instalation Guide Cover.

To order the new guide, contact Cailen Hegman, MTDC publications (phone: 406–329–3978; fax: 406–329–3719; e-mail: cahegman@fs.fed.us).


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