FEBRUARY 6 2003
Figure 2.54. Warning Sign on Building.
2.32. Parking Regulation Sign Type E3. Placement Standards for Parking Regulation Signs are
shown in the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices 2B-31 to 2B-34.
2.33. Parking Regulation Sign Type E4.
2.33.1. Placement. Type E4 Reserved Parking Signs may be wall-mounted if the parking stall is
close enough to an existing wall to permit clear identification (See Figure 2.55). Otherwise,
place freestanding signs as shown in Figure 2.56.
2.33.2. Area Designation. Where possible, reserved parking should be designated by areas, not
individual spaces, as designations change frequently and numerous signs add to visual clutter.
Reserved parking should be kept to a minimum.
2.33.3. Curb Markings. Apply curb markings for reserved parking directly to the curb only when
no other method of designation is possible, as determined by the Sign Control Group or
designated representative from the civil engineering office.
2.34. Base Morale Signs Types F1a & F1b.
2.34.1. Placement of F1a. Place the Base Morale sign, Type F1a, inside the main gate and
perpendicular to the roadway, to permit viewing by traffic entering the base (Figure 2.57). As an
alternative, place the sign at a central location on base, in an open area free from other signs or
obstructions. Place the sign parallel to the traffic flow, and set it back a minimum distance of 3.6
m (12') from the edge of the roadway (Figure 2.58).
2.34.2. Placement of F1b. Sign Type F1b should be placed parallel to the flight line at the