The meeting also stressed the continuation of the use of the Uniform Traffic Control Devices manual for another year.
What does UTCD stand for?
UTCD stands for Uniform Traffic Control Devices (US DOT)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The report said the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices requires that certain criteria be met to allow for the installation of multi-way stop control.
The rule, part of the Administration's 800-plus page Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices, tells local governments they: * Should increase the size of the letters on street signs from the current 4 inches to 6 inches on all roads with speed limits over 25 miles per hour by January 2012.
Traffic signal control is so unsafe that the official Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices already in 1935 recommended the trial and use of less restrictive alternatives.
Understanding the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices is essential to showing how construction crews violated safety standards.