At night vehicle headlights reflect to make the signs appear brighter and easier to see. Our
high-intensity reflective signs maintain retroreflectivity for 10+ years, are 10 times brighter than standard
reflective signs, and are
The U.S Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration (FHA) states:
Agencies have until June 14, 2014 to implement and continue to use an assessment or management method that is designed
to maintain regulatory and warning sign retroreflectivity at or above the minimum levels in Table 2A-3 of the 2009
Although guide signs are included in the minimum retroreflectivity levels table, there is not a specified compliance
date for guide signs (including street name signs) to be addressed by an agency's method. Guide signs are to be added
to an agency's management or assessment method as resources allow.
NOTE: This information is a summary interpretation and was prepared as general reference material only. This
summary is not authoritative as laws can be amended over time. For specific compliance requirements and updates, please
refer to the actual code language and the statute or consulting legal counsel. MUTCD is published by the Federal Highway
Administration to define and regulate traffic control devices, signs, signals, and pavement markings in the United States.