FEDERAL-AID POLICY GUIDE
December 9, 1991, Transmittal 1

23 CFR 750B

OPI: HRW-1

SUBCHAPTER H - RIGHT-OF-WAY AND ENVIRONMENT

PART 750 - HIGHWAY BEAUTIFICATION

Subpart B - National Standards for Directional and Official Signs

Sec.

750.151 Purpose.

750.152 Application.

750.153 Definitions.

750.154 Standards for directional signs.

750.155 State standards.

Subpart C - [Reserved]

Sec. 750.151 Purpose.

[38 FR 16044, June 30, 1973, as amended at 40 FR 21934, May 20, 1975]

Sec. 750.152 Application.

The following standards apply to directional and official signs and notices located within six hundred and sixty (660) feet of the right-of-way of the Interstate and Federal-aid primary systems and to those located beyond six hundred and sixty (660) feet of the right-of-way of such systems, outside of urban areas, visible from the main traveled way of such systems and erected with the purpose of their message being read from such main traveled way. These standards do not apply to directional and official signs erected on the highway right-of-way.

[40 FR 21934, May 20, 1975]

Sec. 750.153 Definitions.

For the purpose of this part:

[38 FR 16044, June 30, 1973, as amended at 40 FR 21934, May 20, 1975]

Sec. 750.154 Standards for directional signs.

The following apply only to directional signs:

Sec. 750.155 State standards.

This part does not prohibit a State from establishing and maintaining standards which are more restrictive with respect to directional and official signs and notices along the Federal-aid highway systems than these national standards.

[38 FR 16044, June 20, 1973, as amended at 40 FR 21934, May 20, 1975]

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