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Figure 2.44. Community Facilities Sign Visibility.
2.27. Recreational Facility Sign Type C5. Place the Type C5 sign directly on a wall or fence next
to the entrance to a recreational facility (Figure 2.47).
2.28. Bus Route Sign Type C6. Place the type C6 sign at the side of the roadway to indicate a bus
stop in accordance with the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices 2B-32 (Figure 2.48).
2.29. Destination Signs Types D1 and D2.
2.29.1. Placement. The Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices states that destination signs
should be placed 60 m (200') or more in front of an intersection in rural or outlying areas.
Shorter distances may be justified in urban or built-up areas.
2.29.2. Visibility. Set the sign perpendicular to the roadway. Graphics usually occur on only one
side of the sign since most destination signs are placed in advance of an intersection on the right-
hand side of the road where the driver is accustomed to looking (Figure 2.49).
2.29.3. Separation Distance. If two destination signs are used before an intersection, place the
signs in accordance with the separation distance criteria in Table 2.2. See Figure 2.50 for