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Figure 4.46. Recreational Facility Sign Type C5 Panels, A, B, C and D.
4.32. Bus Route Sign Type C6.
4.32.1. Introduction. Most Air Force bases have buses operating on prescribed routes to move
people to destinations on and off base. These routes are sometimes an extension of local public
transportation, and sometimes special services. Clear and consistent identification of bus routes,
stops, and schedules will make transportation more convenient. Note: Sign Type C6 does not
have to comply with the ADAAG.
4.32.2. Usage. Use the Type C6 Bus Route Sign to identify bus stops and bus routes. Graphics
may appear on one or both sides of the sign, depending on sign placement. (See Chapter 2 for
sign placement standards.) The basic sign panel consists of the standard bus symbol or a local
transit company logo and the words "Bus Stop." See panels in Figure 4.48
4.32.3. Mounting. An additional sign panel may be placed below the basic sign panel to provide