903.16 Signing Agreements

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903.16.1 TR-09 Contract for Signs at Cattle Crossing

Support. Refer to EPG 903.6.41 for more information. It is the responsibility for the individual to comply with these standards.

Standard. The contract shall be executed between the Commission and the requesting individual.

MoDOT shall furnish two portable Cattle Crossing (W11-4) signs and supports for the requesting individual to use on state owned highways.

The signs and supports shall be removed entirely off the right of way when cattle are not crossing the highway.

The signs shall be used only for the purpose of warning drivers on the highway of the possibility of cattle moving across the highway.

When the requesting individual no longer has the need for the signs and supports, the signs and supports shall be returned to MoDOT.

The signs may be placed on the right of way when cattle are crossing the highway.

903.16.2 TR-12 contract for Signs at Truck Crossing

Support. Refer to EPG 903.6.40 for more information. It is the responsibility for the company to comply with these standards.

Standard. The contract shall be executed between the Commission and the requesting company.

MoDOT shall furnish two portable Truck Crossing (W11-10) signs and supports for the requesting company to use on state owned highways.

The signs and supports shall be removed entirely off the right of way when trucks are not crossing or entering the highway.

The signs shall be used only for the purpose of warning drivers on the highway of the possibility of trucks moving onto or across the highway. Truck drivers shall stop and yield the right of way to any vehicle approaching the crossing on the highway in such close proximity as to constitute a hazard to either vehicle.

When the requesting company no longer has the need for the signs and supports, the signs and supports shall be returned to MoDOT.

The signs may be placed on the right of way when trucks are crossing or entering the highway.

903.16.3 TR-15 Sign Program Participation Paid by Others

Support. Under various policies standard signs may be installed at the cost of the requesting party.

TR 15 Contract Process
TR 32 Supplemental Signing Agreement

The TR-15 Process outlines the steps for a new sign request and The TR 32 outlines the steps for signing already in place.

Standard. Once the exact legend, quantity and location of the necessary signing are known, the TR-15 contract shall be prepared for execution. If renewal of signing already in place is desired, the TR 32 contract shall be prepared for execution.

If the requesting party agrees to the participation fee, the contract shall be executed between the Commission and the requesting party. Upon execution of the contract, the requesting party shall remit the full payment to the district. All funds shall be made payable to “Director of Revenue – Credit Road Fund”. If applicant requires a MoDOT invoice for payment, the Controller’s Office at the Central Office will use the information on the Interagency Invoice Request Form (IIR) to request payment.

Upon receipt of the payment, the signs shall be ordered and scheduled for installation. The district traffic office shall forward the payment to the district Business and Benefits personnel, along with the proper coding to ensure proper reimbursement to the district traffic budget.

Signs that shall have a TR-15 contract include, but not limited to the following:

1. Traffic Generator Signs, EPG 903.8.37

2. Designated Route/Trail, EPG 903.9.5

3. Custom City Limit/County Line Signs, EPG 903.9.11

4. City/County Accomplishment Signs, EPG 903.9.12

5. College Generator Signs, EPG 903.9.20.1

6. College Emblem Signs, EPG 903.9.20.2

7. College Destination Signs, EPG 903.9.20.3

8. Correctional Center Signs, EPG 903.9.21

9. Welcome Center Affiliate, EPG 903.10.6

10. Hospital Plaques, EPG 903.10.9

11. Public Use Area Signs, EPG 903.13.9.

903.16.4 TR-42 Signing Installed and Maintained by Applicant

Standard. The contract shall be executed between the Commission and the requesting entity. All work done shall be in accordance with the latest editions of the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission's Standard Specifications for Highway Construction and the Standard Plans for Highway Construction. The entity shall maintain signs following the guidelines of the EPG for reflectivity, alignment and placement.

The entity shall promptly comply with the Commission’s request for maintenance of the signs. Failure by the entity to complete requested maintenance within 14 calendar days from the Commission’s request shall be grounds for removal of all signs installed by the entity.

Signs that shall have a TR-42 contract include, but not limited to the following:

1. Noise Ordinance Signs, EPG 903.5.43

2. Municipal Ordinance Number, EPG 903.5.45

3. Welcome To Signs, EPG 903.9.13

4. Blue Star Markers, EPG 903.9.24

5. State Historical Society Markers, EPG 903.9.25

6. Community Awareness Signs, EPG 903.9.26

7. Local Reference Signs, EPG 903.9.26

8. School Awareness Signs, EPG 903.9.27

9. Buckle-Up Signs

10. Bus Stop/Mass Transit Signs

11. Neighborhood Watch Signs

Option. The Commission may request maintenance of the signs by the entity, at the entity’s expense.

903.16.5 TR-47 Wayfinding Signing

Support. Refer to EPG 903.7.49 for more information.

Standard. The contract shall be executed between the Commission and the requesting city. The Commission shall allow the city to construct, install and maintain Wayfinding signs under the following conditions:

A. The signs designs shall be reviewed and approved by MoDOT to assure they do not violate the guidelines and regulations of the federal Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) and the EPG for size, color and reflectorization.

B. The signs installation locations shall be reviewed and approved by MoDOT to assure they do not interfere with the performance of other normal highway signing or represent any potential hazard to the traveling public.

C. Any additions or revisions to city’s Wayfinding signing plan, after the execution of the contract, shall be reviewed by MoDOT prior to the modifications.

All work done shall be in accordance with the latest editions of the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission's Standard Specifications for Highway Construction and the Standard Plans for Highway Construction.

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