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==903.11.1 Scope (MUTCD Section 2H.01)==
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==903.13.1 Scope (MUTCD Section 2M.01)==
 
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'''Support.'''  Recreational or cultural interest areas are attractions or traffic generators that are open to the general public for the purpose of play, amusement or relaxation.  Recreational attractions include such facilities as parks, campgrounds, gaming facilities and ski areas, while examples of cultural attractions include museums, art galleries and historical buildings or sites.
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'''Support.'''  Recreational or cultural interest areas are attractions or traffic generators that are open to the general public for the purpose of play, amusement or relaxation.   
  
The purpose of recreation and cultural interest area signs is to guide travelers to a general area and then to specific facilities or activities within the area.
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For the purpose of this chapter, recreational or cultural interest areas are sites that are owned and operated by state and federal agencies.  For privately owned recreational and cultural interest signs see [[903.8 Freeway and Expressway Guide Signs#903.8.37 Traffic Generator Signing|EPG 903.8.37 Traffic Generator Signing]], [[903.11 Specific Service Signs|EPG 903.11 Specific Service Signs]] and [[903.12 Tourist-Oriented Directional Signs|EPG 903.12 Tourist-Oriented Directional Signs]].  
  
For the purpose of this chapter, recreational or cultural interest areas are state conservation areas, state parks, U. S. Corps of Engineers areas and U. S. Forestry Service areasFor privately owned recreational and cultural interest signs see [[903.8 Freeway and Expressway Guide Signs#903.8.39 Traffic Generator Signing (MUTCD Section 2E.32a)|EPG 903.8.39 Traffic Generator Policy]].
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'''Option.''' Recreational and cultural interest area guide signs directing road users to significant traffic generators may be used on freeways and expressways where there is direct access to these areas as provided in EPG 903.13.9. Recreational and cultural interest area signs may be used off the road network, as appropriate.
  
'''Option.'''  Recreational and cultural interest area signs may be used on freeways and expressways where there is direct access to these areas as discussed EPG 903.11.9Recreational and cultural interest area signs may be used off the road network, as appropriate.
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Rustic Signs may be used by state and federal agencies at approved locations, see Fig. 903.13.1If these signs do not meet Federal breakaway standards, these sign shall be placed at or beyond MoDOT’s right of way.
  
==903.11.2 Application (MUTCD Section 2H.02)==
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[[image:903.13.1.jpg|center|650px|thumb|<center>'''Fig. 903.13.1, Approved Rustic Sign Locations for State and Federal Agencies'''</center>]]
  
'''Support.'''  Standards for signing recreational or cultural interest areas are subdivided into two different types of signs: (1) symbol signs and (2) destination guide signs.   
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==903.13.2 Application (MUTCD Section 2M.02)==
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'''Support.'''  Provisions for signing recreational or cultural interest areas are subdivided into two different types of signs: (1) symbol signs and (2) destination guide signs.   
  
 
'''Guidance.'''  These signs are not to be used where they might be confused with other traffic control signs.
 
'''Guidance.'''  These signs are not to be used where they might be confused with other traffic control signs.
  
'''Option.'''  Recreational and cultural interest area signs may be used on any road to direct persons to facilities, structures, and places and to identify various services available to the general public.  These signs may also be used in recreational or cultural interest areas for signing non-vehicular events and amenities such as trails, structures and facilities.
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'''Option.'''  Recreational and cultural interest area guide signs may be used on any road to direct persons to facilities, structures, and places and to identify various services available to the general public.  These guide signs may also be used in recreational or cultural interest areas for signing non-vehicular events and amenities such as trails, structures and facilities.
 
 
==903.11.3 Regulatory and Warning Signs (MUTCD Section 2H.03)==
 
 
 
'''Standard.'''  All regulatory and warning signs installed on public roads and streets within recreational and cultural interest areas shall conform to the requirements of 903.1 through 903.5.  The sizes for recreational signs shall be as shown in [[903.6 Warning Signs#Table 903.6.5 Sight Distance Requirments*|Table 903.6.5]].
 
 
 
==903.11.4 General Design Requirements for Symbol Signs (MUTCD Section 2H.04)==
 
 
 
'''Standard.'''  Recreational and cultural interest area symbol signs shall be square or rectangular in shape and shall have a white symbol or message and white border on a brown background.  The symbols shall be grouped into the following usage and series categories (see Standard Highway Signs for design details):
 
 
 
A. General Information (RG Series)
 
 
 
B. Motorist Services (RM Series)
 
 
 
C. Accommodation Services (RA Series)
 
 
 
D. Land Recreation (RL series)
 
 
 
E. Water Recreation (RW Series), and
 
 
 
F. Winter Recreation (RS Series)
 
 
 
'''Support.'''  [[903.11 Recreational and Cultural Interest Area Signs#Table 903.11.7.2 Guide Sign Sizes (Sheet 1 of 2)|Table 903.11.7.2]] contains a listing of the symbols within each series category.  Drawings for these symbols are found in ''Standard Highway Signs'' (see [[903.19 Highway Signing General Information#903.19.11 Relation to Other Publications (MUTCD Section 1A.11)|EPG 903.19.11]]).
 
  
'''Option.'''  Mirror images of symbols may be used where the reverse image will better convey the message.
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==903.13.3 Regulatory and Warning Signs (MUTCD Section 2M.03)==
  
==903.11.5 Symbol Sign Sizes (MUTCD Section 2H.05)==
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'''Standard.'''  All regulatory and warning signs installed on public roads and streets within recreational and cultural interest areas shall comply with the requirements of EPG 903.1 through EPG 903.5 and EPG 903.10 through EPG 903.21.
  
'''Guidance.'''  Recreational and cultural interest area symbol signs should be 24 in. x 24 in.  Where greater visibility or emphasis is needed, larger sizes should be used.  Symbol sign enlargements should be in 6-in. increments.
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==903.13.4 General Design Requirements for Symbol Guide Signs (MUTCD Section 2M.04)==
  
Recreational and cultural interest area symbol signs should be 30 in. x 30 in. when used on freeways or expressways.
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'''Standard.''' Recreational and cultural interest area symbol guide signs shall be square or rectangular in shape and shall have a white symbol or message and white border on a brown background. The symbols shall be grouped into the following usage and series categories:
 
 
'''Option.'''  A smaller size of 18 in. x 18 in. may be used on low-speed, low-volume roadways and on non-road applications.
 
  
==903.11.6 Use of Educational Plaques (MUTCD Section 2H.06)==
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A. General Applications
  
'''Guidance.'''  Educational plaques should accompany all initial installations of recreational and cultural interest area symbol signs.  The educational plaque should remain in place for at least 3 years after the initial installation.  If used, the educational plaque should be the same width as the symbol sign.
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B. Services
  
'''Option.'''  Symbol signs that are readily recognizable by the public may be installed without educational plaques.
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C. Accommodations
  
'''Support.'''  Figure 903.11.9.1 illustrates some examples of the use of educational plaques.
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D. Land Recreation
  
==903.11.7 Use of Prohibitive Slash (MUTCD Section 2H.07)==
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E. Water Recreation, and
  
'''Standard.'''  The red diagonal slash, if used on a recreational and cultural interest area sign, shall be placed from the upper left corner to the lower right corner of the sign face (see Figure 903.11.9.1).  Requirements for retroreflection of the red slash shall be the same as those requirements for legends, symbols, and borders.
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F. Winter Recreation
  
'''Option.''' Where it is necessary to indicate a restriction within a recreational or cultural interest area, a red diagonal slash may be used to indicate that the activity is prohibited.
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'''Support.''' Table 903.13.4 contains a listing of the symbols within each series category.
  
'''Support.''' Figure 903.11.9.1 illustrates some examples of the use of prohibitive slashes.
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'''Option.''' Mirror images of symbols may be used where the reverse image will better convey the message.  
  
====<center>''Table 903.11.7.1 Recreational Sign Sizes''</center>====
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===<center>Table 903.13.4 Guide Sign Sizes</center>===
 
{| border="1" class="wikitable" style="margin: 1em auto 1em auto"
 
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! style="background:#BEBEBE"|Sign !! style="background:#BEBEBE"|Sign Number !! style="background:#BEBEBE"|Article !! style="background:#BEBEBE"|Conventional !! style="background:#BEBEBE"|Expressway (At Grade) !! style="background:#BEBEBE"|Freeway (Grade Separated) !! style="background:#BEBEBE"|Other
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! style="background:#BEBEBE" colspan="2"|General !! style="background:#BEBEBE" colspan="2"|Services !! style="background:#BEBEBE" colspan="2"|Water Recreation
 
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|PUBLIC AREA DIRECTIONAL (NARROW)||D7-1(A/R/L)-36|| 903.11.9|| 36 x 48|| 36 x 48|| -|| 36 x 48 (ramp)
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|Bear Viewing Area||RS-012||Drinking Water||RS-013|| Beach|| RS-145
 
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|PUBLIC AREA DIRECTIONAL||D7-1(A/R/L)-72|| 903.11.9|| 72 x 24|| 72 x 24 ||-|| 72 x 24 (ramp)
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|Bus Stop||RS-031|| Electrical Hook-Up|| RS-150|| Boat Motor|| RS-147
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====<center>''Table 903.11.7.2 Guide Sign Sizes (Sheet 1 of 2)''</center>====
 
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! style="background:#BEBEBE"|GENERAL INFORMATION !! style="background:#BEBEBE"|ACCOMMODATION SERVICES !! style="background:#BEBEBE"|WATER RECREATION
 
 
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|Automobile RG - 010 ||Airport RA - 010 ||Boat Tours RW - 010
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|Campfires<sup>'''1'''</sup> ||RS-042||Firewood Cutting<sup>'''1'''</sup>||RS-112||Boat Ramp ||RS-054
 
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|Bear Viewing Area RG - 020 ||Bus Stop RA - 020|| Canoeing RW - 020
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|Cans or Bottles<sup>'''1'''</sup>||RS-101||First Aid||RS-024|| Canoeing|| RS-079
 
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|Dam RG - 030 ||Campfire RA - 030 ||Diving RW - 030
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|Cultural Interest Area||RS-142||Grocery Store||RS-020||Diving||RS-062
 
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|Deer Viewing Area RG - 040|| Elevator * RA - 040|| Diving (Scuba) RW - 040
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|Dam|| RS-009||Kennel||RS-045||Fish Cleaning<sup>'''1'''</sup>|| RS-093
 
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|Drinking Water RG - 050|| Kennel RA - 050|| Fishing RW - 050
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|Deer Viewing Area||RS-011||Laundromat||RS-085|| Fish Hatchery|| RS-010
 
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|Environmental Study Area RG - 060|| Laundry RA - 060|| Marine Recreation Area RW - 060
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|Falling Rocks<sup>'''1'''</sup>||RS-008||Litter Receptacle||RS-086||Fish Ladder<sup>'''1'''</sup>||RS-089
 
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|Falling Rocks * RG - 070|| Locker * RA - 070||Motorboating RW - 070
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|Fire Extinguisher<sup>'''1'''</sup>||RS-090||Lockers/Storage<sup>'''1'''</sup>||RS-030 || Fishing Area|| RS-063
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|Firearms RG - 080|| Parking RA - 080||Ramp (Launch) RW - 080
 
 
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|Fish Hatchery RG - 090||Rest Room (Men) * RA - 090|| Rowboating RW - 090
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|Lighthouse ||RS-007||Mechanic||RS-027||Fishing Pier|| RS-119
 
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|Information RG - 100|| Rest Room (Women) *RA - 100||Sailboating RW - 100
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|Lookout Tower ||RS-006||Picnic Shelter||RS-039||Hand Launch/Small Boat Launch ||RS-117
 
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|Leashed Pets * RG - 110|| Shelter (Sleeping) * RA - 120||Skiing (water) RW - 110
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|Nature Study Area||RS-141||Picnic Site||RS-044||Jet Ski/Personal Watercraft|| RS-121
 
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|Lighthouse RG - 120||Shelter (Trail)* RA - 120||Surfing RW - 120
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|Pets on Leash<sup>'''1'''</sup>||RS-017||Post Office||RS-026|| Kayaking|| RS-118
 
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|Litter Container RG - 130||Showers * RA - 130||Swimming RW - 130
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|Pick-Up Trucks||RS-140||Ranger Station||RS-015||Lifejackets<sup>'''1'''</sup>|| RS-094
 
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|Lookout Tower RG - 140||Family Rest Room * RA - 150|| Wading RW - 140
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|Point of Interest||RS-080||Sanitary Station||RS-041||Marina|| RS-053
 
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|Ped Xing * RG - 150||Helicopter RA - 160||Fishing Pier RW - 160
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|Radios<sup>'''1'''</sup>||RS-103||Showers<sup>'''1'''</sup>||RS-035||Motorboating|| RS-055
 
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|Point of Interest RG - 160 || align="center"|- ||Hand Launch RW - 170
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|Rattlesnakes<sup>'''1'''</sup>||RS-099||Stable ||RS-073||Rafting|| RS-146
 
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|Ranger Station RG - 170|| align="center"| -||Kayak RW - 190
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|Recycling<sup>'''1'''</sup>||RS-200||Theater||RS-109|| Rowboating|| RS-057
 
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|Smoking * RG - 180|| align="center"|- ||Wind Surf RW - 210
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|Sea Plane||RS-115||Trail Shelter<sup>'''1'''</sup>||RS-043|| Sailing|| RS-056
 
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|Truck RG - 190|| align="center"|-|| align="center"|-
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||Smoking<sup>'''1'''</sup>||RS-002||Tramway||RS-071|| Scuba Diving|| RS-060
 
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|Tunnel RG - 200|| align="center"|- || align="center"|-
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|Snack Bar<sup>'''1'''</sup>||RS-102|| Trash Dumpster||RS-091||Seal Viewing|| RS-106
 
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|Dog RG - 240|| align="center"|-|| align="center"|-
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|Stay on Trail<sup>'''1'''</sup>  ||RS-123|| || ||Surfing|| RS-059
 
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|Seaplane RG - 260|| align="center"|-|| align="center"|-
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|Strollers<sup>'''1'''</sup>||RS-111 || style="background:#BEBEBE" colspan="2" align="center"|'''Land Recreation''' ||Swimming|| RS-061
 
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!style="background:#BEBEBE"|MOTORIST SERVICES !! style="background:#BEBEBE"|LAND RECREATION !! style="background:#BEBEBE"|WINTER RECREATION
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|Tunnel ||RS-005||All-Terrain Trail||RS-095|| Tour Boat|| RS-087
 
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|Camping (Tent) RM - 010||Amphitheater RL - 010|| Skating (ice) RS - 010
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|Viewing Area||RS-036 ||Amphitheater||RS-070 ||Wading|| RS-088
 
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|Camping (Trailer) RM - 020|| Climbing RL - 020|| Ski Jumping RS - 020
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|Walk on Boardwalk<sup>'''1'''</sup>||RS-122|| Archery||RS-116 ||Waterskiing|| RS-058
 
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|Ferry RM - 030|| Climbing (Rock) RL - 030||Skiing (Bobbing) RS - 030
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|Wood Gathering<sup>'''1'''</sup>||RS-120||Baseball<sup>'''1'''</sup>||RS-096|| Whale Viewing ||RS-107
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|First Aid RM - 040|| Hunting RL - 040||Skiing (Cross Country) RS - 040
 
 
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|Food RM - 050||Playground RL - 050||Skiing (Downhill) RS - 050
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| || ||Climbing<sup>'''1'''</sup>||RS-082|| Wind Surfing|| RS-108
 
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|Gas RM - 060|| Rock Collecting RL - 060||Sledding RS - 060
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|style="background:#BEBEBE" colspan="2" align="center"|'''Accommodations'''||Corral||RS-149|| ||
 
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|Grocery Store RM - 070||Spelunking RL - 070||Snowmobiling RS - 070
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|Baby Changing Station (Men's Room)||RS-137||Driving Tour||RS-113 || style="background:#BEBEBE" colspan="2" align="center"|'''Winter Recreation'''
 
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|Handicapped RM - 080||Stable RL - 080|| Snowshoeing RS - 080
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|Baby Changing Station (Women's Room)||RS-138||Exercise/Fitness||RS-097||Chair Lift/Ski Lift||RS-105
 
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|Lodging RM - 090||Trail (Bicycle) RL - 090|| Winter Recreation Area RS - 090
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|Men's Restroom||RS-021||Golfing<sup>'''1'''</sup>||RS-128||Cross Country Skiing||RS-046
 
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|Mechanic RM - 100||Trail (Hiking) RL - 100|| Chairlift RS - 100
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|Parking||RS-034||Hang Gliding||RS-126||Dog Sledding|| RS-143
 
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|Post Office RM - 110||Trail (Horse) RL - 110|| align="center"|-
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|Recreational Vehicle Site||RS-104||Hiking Trail||RS-068||Downhill Skiing|| RS-047
 
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|Picnic Area RM - 120||Trail (Interpretive, Auto) RL - 120|| align="center"|-
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|Restrooms||RS-022||Horse Trail||RS-064||Ice Fishing|| RS-092
 
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|Picnic Shelter RM - 130||Trail (Interpretive, Ped.) RL - 130|| align="center"|-
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|Sleeping Shelter<sup>'''1'''</sup>||RS-037||In-Line Skating||RS-125||Ice Skating|| RS-050
 
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|Rest Room RM - 140||Trail/Road (4 WD Veh.) RL - 140|| align="center"|-
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|Trailer Site||RS-040|| Interpretive Trail||RS-114||Ski Jumping|| RS-048
 
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|Telephone RM - 150||Trail (Trail bike) RL - 150|| align="center"|-
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|Walk-In Camp||RS-148|| Off-Road Vehicle Trail||RS-067||Sledding|| RS-049
 
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|Trailer Sanitary Station RM - 160|| Tramway RL - 160|| align="center"|-
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|Women's Restroom||RS-023||Rock Collecting<sup>'''1'''</sup>||RS-083|| Snow Tubing|| RS-144
 
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|Viewing Area RM - 170|| All-Terrain Vehicle RL - 170|| align="center"|-
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| || ||Skateboarding<sup>'''1'''</sup>||RS-098||Snowboarding|| RS-127
 
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|Motor Home RM - 200|| Archer RL - 190|| align="center"|-
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| || || Spelunking/Caves||RS-084|| Snowmobiling|| RS-052
 
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|Group Camping RM - 210|| Hang Glider RL - 210|| align="center"|-
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| || || Technical Rock Climbing||RS-081 ||Snowshoeing|| RS-078
 
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|Group Picnicking RM - 220|| align="center"|- || align="center"| -
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| || || Tennis||RS-129 ||Winter Recreational Area|| RS-077
 
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|24-Hour Pharmacy RM - 230|| align="center"|- || align="center"|-
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|colspan="3"|* For non-road use
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|colspan="6"|<sup>'''1'''</sup> For non-road use only
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==903.13.5 Symbol Sign Sizes (MUTCD Section 2M.05)==
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'''Guidance.'''  Recreational and cultural interest area symbol signs should be 24 in. x 24 inches.  Where greater visibility or emphasis is needed, larger sizes should be used.  Symbol sign enlargements should be in 6-in. increments.
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Recreational and cultural interest area symbol signs should be 30 in. x 30 in. when used on guide signs on freeways or expressways.
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'''Option.'''  A smaller size of 18 in. x 18 in. may be used on low-speed, low-volume roadways and on non-road applications.
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==903.13.6 Use of Educational Plaques (MUTCD Section 2M.06)==
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'''Guidance.'''  Educational plaques should accompany all initial installations of recreational and cultural interest area symbol signs.  The educational plaque should remain in place for at least 3 years after the initial installation.  If used, the educational plaque should be the same width as the symbol sign.
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'''Option.'''  Symbol signs that are readily recognizable by the public may be installed without educational plaques.
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'''Support.'''  Fig. 903.13.6 illustrates some examples of the use of educational plaques.
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[[image:903.13.6.jpg|center|160px|thumb|<center>'''Fig. 903.13.6, Example of Educational Plaque'''</center>]]
  
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==903.13.7 Use of Prohibitive Circle and Diagonal Slash for Non-Road Application (MUTCD Section 2M.07)==
  
'''Support.''' Figure 903.11.9.3 illustrates typical height and lateral mounting positions.  Figure 903.11.9.4 illustrates some examples of the placement of symbol signs within a recreational or cultural interest area.  Figure 903.11.9.5 illustrates some of the symbols that can be used.
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'''Standard.''' Where it is necessary to indicate a prohibition of an activity or an item within a recreational or cultural interest area for non-road use and a standard regulatory sign for such a prohibition is not provided in [[903.5 Regulatory Signs|
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EPG 903.5]], the appropriate recreational and cultural interest area symbol shall be used in combination with a red prohibitive circle and red diagonal slash.  The recreational and cultural interest area symbol and the sign border shall be black and the sign background shall be whiteThe symbol shall be scaled proportionally to fit completely within the circle and the diagonal slash shall be oriented from the upper left to the lower right portions of the circle as shown in Fig. 903.13.7. Requirements for retroreflection of the red circle and diagonal slash shall be the same as those requirements for backgrounds, legends, symbols, arrows, and borders.  
  
'''Guidance.''' Signing for specific facilities, such as picnic areas, boat ramps, fishing access, etc., within state or federal major traffic generators will be the responsibility of the respective agency and will be allowed at the point of first order signing (See Figure 903.11.9.4).  The number of symbols used in a single sign assembly is not to exceed four.
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[[image:903.13.7.jpg|center|260px|thumb|<center>'''Fig. 903.13.7, Examples of Prohibitive Slashes'''</center>
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<center>'''*''' Standard regulatory signs shall be used.</center>]]
  
'''Option.'''  Symbols for recreational or cultural interest areas may be used as legend components for a directional sign assembly. The symbols may be used singularly, or in groups of two, three or four on a single sign assembly (see Figures 903.11.9.1, 903.11.9.3 and 903.11.9.4).  Smaller-size secondary symbols (see Figure 903.11.9.1)) may be placed beneath the primary symbols, where needed.
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==903.13.8 Placement of Recreational and Cultural Interest Symbol Signs (MUTCD Section 2M.08)==
  
==903.11.8 Placement of Recreational and Cultural Interest Symbol Signs (MUTCD Section 2H.08)==
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'''Standard.''' If used, recreational and cultural interest area symbol signs shall be placed in accordance with the general requirements contained in [[903.2 Extent of Signing|EPG 903.2]]. The symbol(s) shall be placed as sign panels in the uppermost part of the sign and the directional information shall be placed below the symbol(s).  
  
'''Standard.'''  If used, recreational and cultural interest area symbol signs shall be placed in accordance with the general requirements contained in EPG 903.1 outside the MoDOT road system.  The symbol(s) shall be placed in the uppermost part of the sign assembly and the directional information shall be placed below the symbol(s).
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Except as provided below, if the name of the recreational or cultural interest area facility or activity is displayed on a destination guide sign and a symbol is used, the symbol shall be placed below the name.  
  
Where the name of the recreational or cultural interest area facility or activity is shown on a general directional guide sign and a symbol is used, the symbol shall be placed below the name.
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'''Option.''' When the legend of Wildlife Viewing Area is displayed with the RS-076 symbol on a destination guide sign, the symbol may be placed to the left or right of the legend and the arrow may be placed below the symbol.
  
Recreational and cultural interest area symbols installed for non-road use shall be placed in accordance with the general sign position requirements of the authority having jurisdiction.
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The symbols displayed with the facility or activity name may be placed below the destination guide sign instead of as sign panels placed with the destination guide sign.
  
'''Support.'''  Figure 903.11.9.3 illustrates typical height and lateral mounting positions.  Figure 903.11.9.4 illustrates some examples of the placement of symbol signs within a recreational or cultural interest area. Figure 903.11.9.5 illustrates some of the symbols that can be used.
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Secondary symbols of a smaller size (18 in. x 18 in.) may be placed beneath the primary symbols, where needed.
  
'''Guidance.''' Signing for specific facilities, such as picnic areas, boat ramps, fishing access, etc., within state or federal major traffic generators will be the responsibility of the respective agency and will be allowed at the point of first order signing (See Figure 903.11.9.4).  The number of symbols used in a single sign assembly is not to exceed four.
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'''Standard.''' Recreational and cultural interest area symbols installed for non-road use shall be placed in accordance with the general sign position requirements of the authority having jurisdiction.  
  
'''Option.''' Symbols for recreational or cultural interest areas may be used as legend components for a directional sign assembly. The symbols may be used singularly, or in groups of two, three or four on a single sign assembly (see Figures 903.11.9.1, 903.11.9.3 and 903.11.9.4). Smaller-size secondary symbols (see Figure 903.11.9.1) may be placed beneath the primary symbols, where needed.
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'''Support.''' Fig. 903.13.8.1 illustrates typical height and lateral mounting positions. Fig. 903.13.8.2 illustrates some examples of the placement of symbol signs within a recreational or cultural interest area.  
  
==903.11.9 Destination Guide Signs (MUTCD Section 2H.09)==
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'''Guidance.''' Signing for specific facilities, such as picnic areas, boat ramps, fishing access, etc., within state or federal major traffic generators will be the responsibility of the respective agency and will be allowed at the point of first order signing. The number of symbols used in a single sign assembly is not to exceed four.  
  
'''Guidance.''' When recreational or cultural interest area destinations are shown on supplemental guide signs, the sign should be rectangular with a white legend and border on a brown background.
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'''Option.''' The Advance Turn (M5 series) or Directional Arrow (M6 series) auxiliary signs with white arrows on brown backgrounds may be used with Recreational and Cultural Area Interest symbol guide signs to create a Recreational and Cultural Interest Area Directional Assembly.  The symbols may be used singularly, or in groups of two, three or four on a single sign assembly.  
  
These signs should be erected in the vicinity of state conservation areas, state parks, state historic sites, U.S. Corps of Engineers areas and U.S. forestry service areas. This sign will show the name of the area, type of area, directional arrow and the distance in miles to the area. For distances less than 10 miles, mileage will be indicated as miles plus tenths. For distances 10 miles or greater, whole mile increments will be used.  A logo of the owning agency may be included on the sign.  If the agency requests use of their logo, this information should be included on the requisition for the sign.
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[[image:903.13.8.1.jpg|center|750px|thumb|<center>'''Fig. 903.13.8.1, Arrangement, Height and Lateral Position of Signs Located Within Recreational and Cultural Interest Areas</center>
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'''Note:''' See [[903.2 Extent of Signing#903.2.26 Location Standardization (MUTCD Section 2A.16)|EPG 903.2.26]] for reduced lateral offset distances that may be used in areas where lateral offsets are limited, and in urban areas where sidewalk width is limited or where existing poles are close to the curb.]]
  
'''Standard.'''  The requesting agency will be responsible for the cost of the signs; MoDOT will cover the cost to install these signs.  [http://wwwi/intranet/tr/ Traffic] will determine the cost. These signs shall be on a separate requisition grouped by agency if necessary. This is done to allow the agencies to approve the replacement of the signs prior to manufacturing. The Controller’s Office will bill the agency for the cost of the signs. A [[903.2 Ground-Mounted Signing#903.2.16 Signing Paid for by Others (MUTCD Section 2A.21b)|TR-15 contract]] will be executed.
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[[image:903.13.8.2.jpg|center|550px|thumb|<center>'''Fig. 903.13.8.2, Examples of Symbol and Destination Guide Sign Layout</center>]]
  
First, second and third order signing can be provided for public non-profit agencies where space allows.  First, second and third order signing will be provided as shown in Figure 2A-XX and Figure 903.11.10.  Only numbered routes will be considered for second and third order signing. The requesting state or federal major traffic generators will be responsible for all material cost of these signs; MoDOT will cover the cost to install these signs.  See [[903.2 Ground-Mounted Signing#903.2.16 Signing Paid for by Others (MUTCD Section 2A.21b)|EPG 903.2.16 Signing Paid for by Others]].
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==903.13.9 Destination Guide Signs (MUTCD Section 2M.09)==
  
'''Option.''' White-on-brown destination guide signs may be posted at the first point where an access or crossroad intersects a highway where recreational or cultural interest areas are a significant destination along conventional roads, expressways or freeways. White-on-brown supplemental guide signs may be used along conventional roads, expressways or freeways to direct road users to recreational or cultural interest areas.  Where access or crossroads lead exclusively to the recreational or cultural interest area, the advance guide sign and the exit direction sign may be white-on-brown.
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[[image:Figure 903.11.9.1.gif|center|thumb|600px|'''Figure 903.11.9.1''']]
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'''Guidance.''' When recreational or cultural interest area destinations are displayed on supplemental guide signs, the sign should be rectangular with a white legend and border on a brown background.
  
[[image:Figure 903.11.9.2.gif|center|thumb|600px|'''Figure 903.11.9.2''']]
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These signs should be erected in the vicinity of state conservation areas, state parks, state historic sites, U.S. Corps of Engineers areas and U.S. forestry service areas. This sign will show the name of the area, type of area, directional arrow and the distance in miles to the area. For distances less than 10 miles, mileage will be indicated quarter mile increments. For distances 10 miles or greater, whole mile increments will be used. A logo of the owning agency may be included on the sign.  
  
[[image:Figure 903.11.9.3.gif|center|thumb|600px|'''Figure 903.11.9.3''']]
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'''Standard.''' The requesting agency will be responsible for the cost of the participation fee for the recreation or cultural interest area signing program; Traffic will determine the cost. These signs shall be on a separate requisition grouped by agency if necessary. This is done to allow the agencies to approve the replacement of the signs prior to manufacturing. The Controller’s Office will bill the agency for the cost of the participation fee. A [http://wwwi/intranet/cc/contracts.asp?f=TR&nav=modot TR-15 contract] will be executed. See [[903.16 Signing Agreements|EPG 903.16 Signing Agreements]].
  
[[image:Figure 903.11.9.4.gif|center|thumb|600px|'''Figure 903.11.9.4''']]
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First, second and third order signing can be provided for public non-profit agencies where space allows. First, second and third order signing will be provided as shown in Fig. 903.13.9. Only numbered routes will be considered for second and third order signing.
  
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'''Option.''' Destination guide signs with a white legend and border on a brown background may be posted at the first point where an access or crossroad intersects a highway where recreational or cultural interest areas are a significant destination along conventional roads, expressways or freeways. Supplemental guide signs with a white legend and border on brown background may be used along conventional roads, expressways or freeways to direct road users to recreational or cultural interest areas. Where access or crossroads lead exclusively to the recreational or cultural interest area, the advance guide sign and the exit direction sign may have a white legend and border on a brown background.
  
'''Standard.''' Linear parkway-type highways that primarily function as arterial connectors, even if they also provide access to recreational or cultural interest areas, shall not qualify for the use of white-on-brown destination guide signs. Directional guide signs used on these highways shall conform to [[903.7 Conventional Road Guide Signs|EPG 903.7]].
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'''Standard.''' All Exit Gore signs shall have a white legend and border on a green background. The background color of the interchange exit number plaque shall match the background color of the guide sign. Design characteristics of conventional road, expressway or freeway guide signs shall comply with to [[903.7 Conventional Road Guide Signs|EPG 903.7]] or [[903.8 Freeway and Expressway Guide Signs|EPG 903.8]] except as provided in this article for color combination.  
  
All gore signs shall have a white legend and border on a green background.  The background color of the interchange exit number panel shall match the background color of the guide sign.  Design characteristics of conventional road, expressway or freeway guide signs shall conform to EPG 903.7 or [[903.8 Freeway and Expressway Guide Signs|EPG 903.8]] except as specified in this article for color combination.
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The advance guide sign and the Exit Direction sign shall retain the white-on- green color combination where the crossroad leads to a destination other than a recreational or cultural interest area.  
  
The advance guide sign and the Exit Direction sign shall retain the white-on- green color combination where the crossroad leads to a destination other than a recreational or cultural interest area.
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'''Support.''' Fig. 903.13.8.2 illustrates destination guide signs commonly used for identifying recreational or cultural interest areas or facilities.
  
'''Support.'''  Figure 903.11.9.2 illustrates destination guide signs commonly used for identifying recreational or cultural interest areas or facilities.
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===<center>Table 903.13.9 Recreational Sign and Plaque Sizes</center>===
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! style="background:#BEBEBE" rowspan="2"|Sign or Plaque !! style="background:#BEBEBE" rowspan="2"|Sign Designation !! style="background:#BEBEBE" rowspan="2"|EPG Article!!style="background:#BEBEBE" colspan="3"|Conventional Road (in. x in.)!!style="background:#BEBEBE"|Freeway/Expressway (in. x in.)
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!style="background:#BEBEBE"| Single Lane!!style="background:#BEBEBE"|Multi-Lane!!style="background:#BEBEBE"|Oversized!!style="background:#BEBEBE"|Mainline & Ramps
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|Public Area Directional||align="center"|D7-10||align="center"|903.13.9||align="center"|72 X 24||align="center"|72 X 24||align="center"| -||align="center"| 72 X 24
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|Public Area Plaque||align="center"|D7-10P||align="center"|903.13.9||align="center"| 72 X 12||align="center"|72 X 12||align="center"| -||align="center"| 72 X 12
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|Public Area Directional (Narrow)||align="center"|D7-10a||align="center"|903.13.9||align="center"|36 X 48||align="center"|36 X 48||align="center"| -||align="center"| 36 X 48
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==903.11.10 National Park Signs (MUTCD Section 2H.10)==
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==903.13.10 National Park Signs==
  
 
'''Standard.'''  All national parks in Missouri shall be included in the recreational area signing program.
 
'''Standard.'''  All national parks in Missouri shall be included in the recreational area signing program.
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'''Support.'''  Presently, there are two parks that would be provided signing under the major area generator classification:  Jefferson National Expansion Memorial and Ozark National Scenic River Ways.
 
'''Support.'''  Presently, there are two parks that would be provided signing under the major area generator classification:  Jefferson National Expansion Memorial and Ozark National Scenic River Ways.
  
 
[[image:Figure 903.11.10.gif|600px|center|thumb|'''Figure 903.11.10.gif''']]
 
  
  
 
[[Category:903 Highway Signing]]
 
[[Category:903 Highway Signing]]

Revision as of 12:22, 17 January 2012

903.13.1 Scope (MUTCD Section 2M.01)

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Support. Recreational or cultural interest areas are attractions or traffic generators that are open to the general public for the purpose of play, amusement or relaxation.

For the purpose of this chapter, recreational or cultural interest areas are sites that are owned and operated by state and federal agencies. For privately owned recreational and cultural interest signs see EPG 903.8.37 Traffic Generator Signing, EPG 903.11 Specific Service Signs and EPG 903.12 Tourist-Oriented Directional Signs.

Option. Recreational and cultural interest area guide signs directing road users to significant traffic generators may be used on freeways and expressways where there is direct access to these areas as provided in EPG 903.13.9. Recreational and cultural interest area signs may be used off the road network, as appropriate.

Rustic Signs may be used by state and federal agencies at approved locations, see Fig. 903.13.1. If these signs do not meet Federal breakaway standards, these sign shall be placed at or beyond MoDOT’s right of way.

Fig. 903.13.1, Approved Rustic Sign Locations for State and Federal Agencies

903.13.2 Application (MUTCD Section 2M.02)

Support. Provisions for signing recreational or cultural interest areas are subdivided into two different types of signs: (1) symbol signs and (2) destination guide signs.

Guidance. These signs are not to be used where they might be confused with other traffic control signs.

Option. Recreational and cultural interest area guide signs may be used on any road to direct persons to facilities, structures, and places and to identify various services available to the general public. These guide signs may also be used in recreational or cultural interest areas for signing non-vehicular events and amenities such as trails, structures and facilities.

903.13.3 Regulatory and Warning Signs (MUTCD Section 2M.03)

Standard. All regulatory and warning signs installed on public roads and streets within recreational and cultural interest areas shall comply with the requirements of EPG 903.1 through EPG 903.5 and EPG 903.10 through EPG 903.21.

903.13.4 General Design Requirements for Symbol Guide Signs (MUTCD Section 2M.04)

Standard. Recreational and cultural interest area symbol guide signs shall be square or rectangular in shape and shall have a white symbol or message and white border on a brown background. The symbols shall be grouped into the following usage and series categories:

A. General Applications

B. Services

C. Accommodations

D. Land Recreation

E. Water Recreation, and

F. Winter Recreation

Support. Table 903.13.4 contains a listing of the symbols within each series category.

Option. Mirror images of symbols may be used where the reverse image will better convey the message.

Table 903.13.4 Guide Sign Sizes

General Services Water Recreation
Bear Viewing Area RS-012 Drinking Water RS-013 Beach RS-145
Bus Stop RS-031 Electrical Hook-Up RS-150 Boat Motor RS-147
Campfires1 RS-042 Firewood Cutting1 RS-112 Boat Ramp RS-054
Cans or Bottles1 RS-101 First Aid RS-024 Canoeing RS-079
Cultural Interest Area RS-142 Grocery Store RS-020 Diving RS-062
Dam RS-009 Kennel RS-045 Fish Cleaning1 RS-093
Deer Viewing Area RS-011 Laundromat RS-085 Fish Hatchery RS-010
Falling Rocks1 RS-008 Litter Receptacle RS-086 Fish Ladder1 RS-089
Fire Extinguisher1 RS-090 Lockers/Storage1 RS-030 Fishing Area RS-063
Lighthouse RS-007 Mechanic RS-027 Fishing Pier RS-119
Lookout Tower RS-006 Picnic Shelter RS-039 Hand Launch/Small Boat Launch RS-117
Nature Study Area RS-141 Picnic Site RS-044 Jet Ski/Personal Watercraft RS-121
Pets on Leash1 RS-017 Post Office RS-026 Kayaking RS-118
Pick-Up Trucks RS-140 Ranger Station RS-015 Lifejackets1 RS-094
Point of Interest RS-080 Sanitary Station RS-041 Marina RS-053
Radios1 RS-103 Showers1 RS-035 Motorboating RS-055
Rattlesnakes1 RS-099 Stable RS-073 Rafting RS-146
Recycling1 RS-200 Theater RS-109 Rowboating RS-057
Sea Plane RS-115 Trail Shelter1 RS-043 Sailing RS-056
Smoking1 RS-002 Tramway RS-071 Scuba Diving RS-060
Snack Bar1 RS-102 Trash Dumpster RS-091 Seal Viewing RS-106
Stay on Trail1 RS-123 Surfing RS-059
Strollers1 RS-111 Land Recreation Swimming RS-061
Tunnel RS-005 All-Terrain Trail RS-095 Tour Boat RS-087
Viewing Area RS-036 Amphitheater RS-070 Wading RS-088
Walk on Boardwalk1 RS-122 Archery RS-116 Waterskiing RS-058
Wood Gathering1 RS-120 Baseball1 RS-096 Whale Viewing RS-107
Climbing1 RS-082 Wind Surfing RS-108
Accommodations Corral RS-149
Baby Changing Station (Men's Room) RS-137 Driving Tour RS-113 Winter Recreation
Baby Changing Station (Women's Room) RS-138 Exercise/Fitness RS-097 Chair Lift/Ski Lift RS-105
Men's Restroom RS-021 Golfing1 RS-128 Cross Country Skiing RS-046
Parking RS-034 Hang Gliding RS-126 Dog Sledding RS-143
Recreational Vehicle Site RS-104 Hiking Trail RS-068 Downhill Skiing RS-047
Restrooms RS-022 Horse Trail RS-064 Ice Fishing RS-092
Sleeping Shelter1 RS-037 In-Line Skating RS-125 Ice Skating RS-050
Trailer Site RS-040 Interpretive Trail RS-114 Ski Jumping RS-048
Walk-In Camp RS-148 Off-Road Vehicle Trail RS-067 Sledding RS-049
Women's Restroom RS-023 Rock Collecting1 RS-083 Snow Tubing RS-144
Skateboarding1 RS-098 Snowboarding RS-127
Spelunking/Caves RS-084 Snowmobiling RS-052
Technical Rock Climbing RS-081 Snowshoeing RS-078
Tennis RS-129 Winter Recreational Area RS-077
Wildlife Viewing RS-076
1 For non-road use only


903.13.5 Symbol Sign Sizes (MUTCD Section 2M.05)

Guidance. Recreational and cultural interest area symbol signs should be 24 in. x 24 inches. Where greater visibility or emphasis is needed, larger sizes should be used. Symbol sign enlargements should be in 6-in. increments.

Recreational and cultural interest area symbol signs should be 30 in. x 30 in. when used on guide signs on freeways or expressways.

Option. A smaller size of 18 in. x 18 in. may be used on low-speed, low-volume roadways and on non-road applications.

903.13.6 Use of Educational Plaques (MUTCD Section 2M.06)

Guidance. Educational plaques should accompany all initial installations of recreational and cultural interest area symbol signs. The educational plaque should remain in place for at least 3 years after the initial installation. If used, the educational plaque should be the same width as the symbol sign.

Option. Symbol signs that are readily recognizable by the public may be installed without educational plaques.

Support. Fig. 903.13.6 illustrates some examples of the use of educational plaques.

Fig. 903.13.6, Example of Educational Plaque

903.13.7 Use of Prohibitive Circle and Diagonal Slash for Non-Road Application (MUTCD Section 2M.07)

Standard. Where it is necessary to indicate a prohibition of an activity or an item within a recreational or cultural interest area for non-road use and a standard regulatory sign for such a prohibition is not provided in EPG 903.5, the appropriate recreational and cultural interest area symbol shall be used in combination with a red prohibitive circle and red diagonal slash. The recreational and cultural interest area symbol and the sign border shall be black and the sign background shall be white. The symbol shall be scaled proportionally to fit completely within the circle and the diagonal slash shall be oriented from the upper left to the lower right portions of the circle as shown in Fig. 903.13.7. Requirements for retroreflection of the red circle and diagonal slash shall be the same as those requirements for backgrounds, legends, symbols, arrows, and borders.

Fig. 903.13.7, Examples of Prohibitive Slashes
* Standard regulatory signs shall be used.

903.13.8 Placement of Recreational and Cultural Interest Symbol Signs (MUTCD Section 2M.08)

Standard. If used, recreational and cultural interest area symbol signs shall be placed in accordance with the general requirements contained in EPG 903.2. The symbol(s) shall be placed as sign panels in the uppermost part of the sign and the directional information shall be placed below the symbol(s).

Except as provided below, if the name of the recreational or cultural interest area facility or activity is displayed on a destination guide sign and a symbol is used, the symbol shall be placed below the name.

Option. When the legend of Wildlife Viewing Area is displayed with the RS-076 symbol on a destination guide sign, the symbol may be placed to the left or right of the legend and the arrow may be placed below the symbol.

The symbols displayed with the facility or activity name may be placed below the destination guide sign instead of as sign panels placed with the destination guide sign.

Secondary symbols of a smaller size (18 in. x 18 in.) may be placed beneath the primary symbols, where needed.

Standard. Recreational and cultural interest area symbols installed for non-road use shall be placed in accordance with the general sign position requirements of the authority having jurisdiction.

Support. Fig. 903.13.8.1 illustrates typical height and lateral mounting positions. Fig. 903.13.8.2 illustrates some examples of the placement of symbol signs within a recreational or cultural interest area.

Guidance. Signing for specific facilities, such as picnic areas, boat ramps, fishing access, etc., within state or federal major traffic generators will be the responsibility of the respective agency and will be allowed at the point of first order signing. The number of symbols used in a single sign assembly is not to exceed four.

Option. The Advance Turn (M5 series) or Directional Arrow (M6 series) auxiliary signs with white arrows on brown backgrounds may be used with Recreational and Cultural Area Interest symbol guide signs to create a Recreational and Cultural Interest Area Directional Assembly. The symbols may be used singularly, or in groups of two, three or four on a single sign assembly.

Fig. 903.13.8.1, Arrangement, Height and Lateral Position of Signs Located Within Recreational and Cultural Interest Areas
Note: See EPG 903.2.26 for reduced lateral offset distances that may be used in areas where lateral offsets are limited, and in urban areas where sidewalk width is limited or where existing poles are close to the curb.
Fig. 903.13.8.2, Examples of Symbol and Destination Guide Sign Layout

903.13.9 Destination Guide Signs (MUTCD Section 2M.09)

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Guidance. When recreational or cultural interest area destinations are displayed on supplemental guide signs, the sign should be rectangular with a white legend and border on a brown background.

These signs should be erected in the vicinity of state conservation areas, state parks, state historic sites, U.S. Corps of Engineers areas and U.S. forestry service areas. This sign will show the name of the area, type of area, directional arrow and the distance in miles to the area. For distances less than 10 miles, mileage will be indicated quarter mile increments. For distances 10 miles or greater, whole mile increments will be used. A logo of the owning agency may be included on the sign.

Standard. The requesting agency will be responsible for the cost of the participation fee for the recreation or cultural interest area signing program; Traffic will determine the cost. These signs shall be on a separate requisition grouped by agency if necessary. This is done to allow the agencies to approve the replacement of the signs prior to manufacturing. The Controller’s Office will bill the agency for the cost of the participation fee. A TR-15 contract will be executed. See EPG 903.16 Signing Agreements.

First, second and third order signing can be provided for public non-profit agencies where space allows. First, second and third order signing will be provided as shown in Fig. 903.13.9. Only numbered routes will be considered for second and third order signing.

Option. Destination guide signs with a white legend and border on a brown background may be posted at the first point where an access or crossroad intersects a highway where recreational or cultural interest areas are a significant destination along conventional roads, expressways or freeways. Supplemental guide signs with a white legend and border on brown background may be used along conventional roads, expressways or freeways to direct road users to recreational or cultural interest areas. Where access or crossroads lead exclusively to the recreational or cultural interest area, the advance guide sign and the exit direction sign may have a white legend and border on a brown background.

Standard. All Exit Gore signs shall have a white legend and border on a green background. The background color of the interchange exit number plaque shall match the background color of the guide sign. Design characteristics of conventional road, expressway or freeway guide signs shall comply with to EPG 903.7 or EPG 903.8 except as provided in this article for color combination.

The advance guide sign and the Exit Direction sign shall retain the white-on- green color combination where the crossroad leads to a destination other than a recreational or cultural interest area.

Support. Fig. 903.13.8.2 illustrates destination guide signs commonly used for identifying recreational or cultural interest areas or facilities.

Table 903.13.9 Recreational Sign and Plaque Sizes

Sign or Plaque Sign Designation EPG Article Conventional Road (in. x in.) Freeway/Expressway (in. x in.)
Single Lane Multi-Lane Oversized Mainline & Ramps
Public Area Directional D7-10 903.13.9 72 X 24 72 X 24 - 72 X 24
Public Area Plaque D7-10P 903.13.9 72 X 12 72 X 12 - 72 X 12
Public Area Directional (Narrow) D7-10a 903.13.9 36 X 48 36 X 48 - 36 X 48

903.13.10 National Park Signs

Standard. All national parks in Missouri shall be included in the recreational area signing program.

Signing for parks that are classified major area generator shall be located where the principal access highways intersect the National Highway System.

Support. Presently, there are two parks that would be provided signing under the major area generator classification: Jefferson National Expansion Memorial and Ozark National Scenic River Ways.