Traffic Signal Speed Sign (I1-1)
TRAFFIC SIGNAL SPEED SIGN (I1-1)
(a) Justification.  The Traffic Signal Speed Sign (I1-1) shall be authorized for use to indicate the beginning of a section of highway on which the traffic control signals are coordinated into a progressive system and timed for a specific speed.  The legend should show the speed to the nearest whole mile.

(b) Placement.  The I1-1 should be mounted as near as possible to the signals where timed speed changes, and at intervals of several blocks throughout any section where the timed speed limit remains constant.


Speed Check Marker Sign (I2-1)
SPEED CHECK MARKER SIGN (I2-1)
(a) Justification.  The Speed Check Marker Sign (I2-1) shall be authorized for use to indicate the beginning of, intermediate check points, and ending of a section of highway where police officers measure the speed of vehicles by helicopter or other aircraft over a marked distance for enforcement purposes.  The legend on the beginning marker shall show the distance .0 MILE and the legend on each succeeding marker, including the end marker, shall show the exact surveyed or measured distance in tenths of miles the marker is from the beginning marker.

(b) Placement.  The marker shall be placed not less than 6 feet outside the outer edge of the right shoulder, or if appropriate, in line with the guide rail.  They shall be placed perpendicular to the center line of the roadway and directly in line with the surveyed or measured check point which will be identified by a transverse white pavement marking line on the roadway.


Information Arrow Sign (I4-1-2)
INFORMATION ARROW SIGN (I4-1-2)
The Information Arrow Sign (I4-1-2) shall be authorized for use below information signs to direct the motorists to the facility indicated.

Airport Sign (I-5)
AIRPORT SIGN (I-5)
(a) Justification.  The Airport Sign (I-5) shall be authorized for use to direct motorists to airports.  The use of the I-5 sign shall be limited to locations in the vicinity of the airport, trailblazing traffic from the nearest numbered traffic route or other major arterial highway; except that the I-5 sign shall not be installed on any expressway or highway unless the airport is a commercial airport.  If the nearest numbered traffic route has a light average daily traffic volume (ADT) of less than 1,500 vehicles, the I-5 sign may be installed on other than the nearest numbered traffic route if the locations are within 5 MILES of the airport.  The Specific Name Plaque (I-5-1) and the Information Arrow (I4-1-2) may be mounted below this sign.  When an area is served by more than one airport, a plaque with the name of the airport may be used in conjunction with the I-5 sign.

(b) Size.  The use of the larger I-5 sign shall be reserved for use on multi-lane highways.


Specific Name Plaque (I-5-1)
SPECIFIC NAME PLAQUE (I-5-1)
The Specific Name Plaque (I-5-1) may be used beneath the Airport Sign (I-5), the Bus Station Sign (I-6), or the Railroad Station Sign (I-7).  When used, it should be the same width as the sign it supplements.

Bus Station Sign (I-6)
BUS STATION SIGN (I-6)
(a) Justification.  The Bus Station Sign (I-6) will be authorized for use to direct motorists to bus stations.  The use of the I-6 sign shall be limited to locations in the vicinity of the bus station, trailblazing traffic from the nearest numbered traffic route or other major arterial highway.  If the nearest numbered traffic route has a light average daily traffic volume (ADT) of less than 1,500 vehicles, the I-6 sign may be installed on other than the nearest numbered traffic route if the locations are within 5 MILES of the bus station.  When an area is served by more than one intercity bus station, a plaque with the name of the bus station may be used in conjunction with the I-6 sign.  The Information Arrow (I4-1-2) may be mounted below the I-6 sign.

(b) Size.  The use of the larger I-6 sign shall be reserved for use on multi-lane highways.


Station Sign (I-6-1)
STATION SIGN (I-6-1)
The Station Sign (I-6-1) may be used as an educational plaque beneath the Bus Station Sign (I-6).

Railroad Station Sign (I-7)
RAILROAD STATION SIGN (I-7)
(a) Justification.  The Railroad Station Sign (I-7) will be authorized for use to direct motorists to railroad stations.  The use of the I-7 sign shall be limited to locations in the vicinity of the railroad station, trailblazing traffic from the nearest numbered traffic route or other major arterial highway.  If the nearest numbered traffic route has a light average daily traffic volume (ADT) of less than 1,500 vehicles, the I-7 sign may be installed on other than the nearest numbered traffic route if the locations are within 5 MILES of the railroad station.  When an area is served by more than one railroad station, a plaque with the name of the railroad station may be used in conjunction with the I-7 sign.  The Information Arrow (I4-1-2) may be mounted below the I-7 sign.

(b) Size.  The use of the larger I-7 sign shall be reserved for use on multi-lane highways.


Library Sign (I-8)
LIBRARY SIGN (I-8)
The Library Sign (I-8) may be used to direct motorists to public libraries from the nearest numbered traffic route or other major highway.  The Information Arrow (I4-1-2) may be mounted below the I-8 sign.

City Name Sign (I10-1)
CITY NAME SIGN (I10-1)
(a) Justification.  The City Name Sign (I10-1) shall be authorized for use at entrances to cities.

(b) Placement.  The I10-1 sign shall be placed at the corporate limits of the city.


Borough Name Sign (I10-2)
BOROUGH NAME SIGN (I10-2)
(a) Justification.  The Borough Name Sign (I10-2) shall be authorized for use at entrances to boroughs.

(b) Placement.  The I10-2 sign shall be placed at the corporate limits of the borough.


Village Name Sign (I10-3)
VILLAGE NAME SIGN (I10-3)
The Village Name Sign (I10-3) shall be authorized for use at entrances to unincorporated built-up areas which have a post office or generally recognized name.

Township Name Sign (I10-4)
TOWNSHIP NAME SIGN (I10-4)
(a) Justification.  The Township Name Sign (I10-4) shall be authorized for use at entrances to first and second class townships.

(b) Placement.  The I10-4 sign shall be placed at the township line.


County Name Sign (I10-5)
COUNTY NAME SIGN (I10-5)
(a) Justification.  The County Name Sign (I10-5) shall be authorized for use at entrances to counties.

(b) Placement.  The I10-5 sign shall be placed at the county line.


River Name Sign (I10-6)
RIVER NAME SIGN (I10-6)
(a) Justification.  The River Name Sign (I10-6) shall be authorized for use at major waterways and their important tributaries.  It may also be used within official rest or scenic areas where there are vantage views of the river.  The word "CREEK" may be substituted for "RIVER" when appropriate.

(b) Size.  The standard size of I10-6 shall be 36 inches x 12 inches.


Municipality Name Sign (I10-7)
MUNICIPALITY NAME SIGN (I10-7)
The Municipality Name Sign (I10-7) may be used at the entrances to designated municipalities that are not cities, boroughs or townships, e.g., home-rule municipalities.

Recycling Center Sign (I-11)
RECYCLING CENTER SIGN (I-11)
The Recycling Center Sign (I-11) may be used to direct motorists to permanent recycling centers from the nearest numbered traffic route or other major highway.  The recycling center must open to the public and consistently take a minimum of three (Act 1988-101) materials.  These materials include:  clear glass, colored glass, aluminum, steel, and bimetallic cans, high-grade office paper, newsprint, corrugated paper, and plastics.  These signs shall not be used in urban areas or on freeways and expressways.  The arrow shall indicate the direction of the turn required.

Snowmobile Road Sign (I12-1)
SNOWMOBILE ROAD SIGN (I12-1)
The Snowmobile Road Sign (I12-1) may be used on a designated snowmobile road to guide snowmobilers and to advise drivers that snowmobilers may be using the roadway.  When used, the I12-1 sign shall be installed at the beginning of the snowmobile season and removed during the summer months.  The Information Arrow (I4-1-2) shall be mounted below this sign assembly where the snowmobile road changes directions.

(b) Placement.  The Snowmobile Road Sign (I12-1) shall be installed on the right side of the street or highway at the beginning of the designated snowmobile road and on the right side of the snowmobile road within 100 feet beyond each intersecting highway.  When used with an ATV Road Sign (I12-1-1) on a joint snowmobile-ATV road, the I12-1 sign shall be installed above the I12-1-1 sign.


ATV Road Sign (I12-1-1)
ATV ROAD (I12-1-1)
(a) Justification.  The ATV Road Sign (I12-1-1) may be used on a designated ATV road to guide ATV riders and to advise drivers that ATVs may be using the roadway.  The Information Arrow (I4-1-2) shall be mounted below this sign assembly where the ATV road changes directions.

(b) Placement.  The ATV Road Sign (I12-1-1) shall be installed on the right side of the street or highway at the beginning of the designated ATV road and on the right side of the ATV road within 100 feet beyond each intersecting highway.  When used with an Snowmobile Road Sign (I12-1) on a joint snowmobile-ATV road, the I12-1-1 sign shall be installed below the I12-1 sign.


Emergency Notification Sign (I-13A)
EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION SIGN (I-13A)
The Emergency Notification Sign (I-13A) is to facilitate emergency notification of the railroad, especially in the event that a vehicle is stalled or disabled on the railroad tracks.

Pennsylvania Welcomes You Sign (I13-2) PENNSYLVANIA WELCOMES YOU SIGN (I13-2)
(a) Justification.  The Pennsylvania Welcomes You Sign (I13-2) may be used on major highways near the point of entry into the Commonwealth.

(b) Size.  The standard size of the I13-2 sign is 264 inches x 144 inches for Interstate highways, 192 inches x 108 inches for other expressways and freeways, and 144 inches x 78 inches for conventional highways.


Alternate Welcome to Pennsylvania Sign (I13-2A)
ALTERNATE WELCOME TO PENNSYLVANIA SIGN (I13-2A)
The Alternate Welcome to Pennsylvania Sign (I13-2A) may be used near the point of entry into the Commonwealth on any roadway which does not have a Pennsylvania Welcomes You Sign (I13-2) erected.

The standard size of the I13-2A sign is 48 inches x 24 inches.  However, where adequate space exists, the 72 inches x 36 inches size may be used.


Mountain Summit and Elevation Sign (I13-3)
MOUNTAIN SUMMIT AND ELEVATION SIGN (I13-3)
(a) Justification.  The Mountain Summit and Elevation Sign (I13-3) may be used on United States and Pennsylvania numbered traffic routes to advise motorists of the summit name, mountain range name, and the elevation of the summit.

(b) Placement.  The I13-3 sign shall be located either on or before the summit at an advantageous location.


Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful Sign (I14-1)
KEEP PENNSYLVANIA BEAUTIFUL SIGN (I14-1)
The Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful Sign (I14-1) is normally the type of anti-littering sign used along selected on-ramps for public education purposes.  The sign may also be used in areas of concentrated tourism or scenic beauty where littering is especially to be discouraged, at pull-off areas, and other sites that may be prone or susceptible to littering due to combination of factors (remoteness of location, proximity to commercial areas with fast-food establishments, etc.), at locations that experience frequent littering, and at a reasonable number of other locations for public education.  Placement must be such that the I14-1 sign will not detract from the proper functioning of other necessary traffic control devices.  The I14-1 sign may be used alone, or in sequence with other anti-littering signs provided that each sign is mounted on separate supports.  The sign should not be installed along sections of highway that have already been adopted under the Department of Transportation's Adopt-A-Highway Program, but existing I14-1 signs may remain in place for their useful life along sections of highway that are later adopted.

Keep PA Beautiful Symbol Sign (I14-2)
KEEP PA BEAUTIFUL SYMBOL SIGN (I14-2)
The Keep PA Beautiful Symbol Sign (I14-2) is normally the type of anti-littering sign used along exit ramps into (entrances to) welcome centers, rest areas, parking areas, and scenic views.  It may also be placed at other locations as necessary within these facilities.  The I14-2 sign may also be used in areas of concentrated tourism or scenic beauty where littering is especially to be discouraged, at pull-off areas and other sites that may be prone or susceptible to littering due to a combination of factors (remoteness of location, proximity to commercial areas with fast-food establishments, etc.), at locations that experience frequent littering, and at a reasonable number of other locations for public education.  Placement must be such that the I14-2 sign will not detract from the proper functioning of other necessary traffic control devices.  The I14-2 sign may be used alone, or in sequence with other anti-littering signs provided that each sign is mounted on separate supports.  The sign should not be installed along sections of highway that have already been adopted under the Department of Transportation's Adopt-A-Highway Program, but existing I14-2 signs may remain in place for their useful life along sections of highway that are later adopted.

The 36 inches x 36 inches size I14-2 sign should be used on freeways and expressways and their ramps, including limited access highway ramps for welcome centers, rest areas, parking areas, and scenic views.


Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful State Outline Sign (I14-3)
KEEP PENNSYLVANIA BEAUTIFUL STATE OUTLINE SIGN (I14-3)
The Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful State Outline Sign (I14-3) is normally the first type of anti-littering sign used on conventional highway entry points to the Commonwealth.  The sign may be used in areas of concentrated tourism or scenic beauty where littering is especially to be discouraged, at pull-off areas and other sites that may be prone or susceptible to littering due to a combination of factors (remoteness of location, proximity to commercial areas with fast-food establishments, etc.), at locations that experience frequent littering, and at a reasonable number of other locations for public education.  Placement must be such that the I14-3 sign will not detract from the proper functioning of other necessary traffic control devices.  The I14-3 sign may be used alone, or in sequence with other anti-littering signs provided that each sign is mounted on separate supports.  The sign should not be installed along sections of highway that have already been adopted under the Department of Transportation's Adopt-A-Highway Program, but existing I14-3 signs may remain in place for their useful life along sections of highway that are later adopted.

The I14-3 sign can be manufactured using either legend with a Cooper Black font or Series D legend.


Litter Fine Sign (I14-4)
LITTER FINE SIGN (I14-4)
The Litter Fine Sign (I14-4) is particularly recommended for use at specific sites where littering actually has been a recurring problem and along entrance ramps from welcome centers, rest areas, parking areas, and scenic views to the mainline roadway.  It may also be placed at other locations as necessary within these facilities.  The sign may also be used in pull-off areas and other sites that may be prone or susceptible to littering due to a combination of factors (remoteness of location, proximity to commercial areas with fast-food establishments, etc.), in areas of concentrated tourism or scenic beauty where littering is especially to be discouraged, and at a reasonable number of other locations for public education.  Placement must be such that the I14-4 sign will not detract from the proper functioning of other necessary traffic control devices.  The I14-4 sign may be used alone, or in sequence with other anti-littering signs provided that each sign is mounted on separate supports.  The sign should not be installed along sections of highway that have already been adopted under the Department of Transportation's Adopt-A-Highway Program, but existing I14-4 signs may remain in place for their useful life along sections of highway that are later adopted.

No Dumping Allowed Sign (I14-5)
NO DUMPING ALLOWED SIGN (I14-5)
The No Dumping Allowed Sign (I14-5) may be at locations where there have been recurring instances of dumping heavy volumes of litter, garbage, or other waste material.  The I14-5 sign may be used alone, or in sequence with other anti-littering signs provided that each sign is mounted on separate supports.

Buckle-Up Sign (I14-6)
BUCKLE-UP SIGN (I14-6)
The Buckle-Up Sign (I14-6) may be used on freeway entrances to the State to remind drivers that seat belts are required by law.

Buckle-Up Sign (I14-6A)
BUCKLE-UP SIGN (I14-6A)
The Buckle-Up Sign (I14-6A) may be used at major conventional highway entrances to the State, beyond major intersections on corridors where there is a high incidence of "drinking" accidents, and on exit roadways from rest areas or other parking lots to remind drivers that seat belts are required by law.  The 24 inches x 30 inches size should be limited to low speed situations.

Photo Center Sign (I15-1)
PHOTO CENTER SIGN (I15-1)
The Photo Center Sign (I15-1) may be erected at a Photo Drivers License Center in order to indicate its location.

Photo Center Parking Sign (I15-2)
PHOTO CENTER PARKING SIGN (I15-2)
The Photo Center Parking Sign (I15-2) may be used to mark the location of parking spaces which are reserved for Photo Drivers License Center visitors.  In addition, the I15-2 sign, along with the Photo Center Directional Arrow (I15-4), may be used to direct motorists to the reserved parking spaces.

Photo Drivers License Center Sign (I15-3)
PHOTO DRIVERS LICENSE CENTER SIGN (I15-3)
The Photo Drivers License Center Sign (I15-3) may be used in advance of a Photo Drivers License Center.  The Photo Center Directional Arrow (I15-4) should normally be mounted with the I15-3 sign to direct motorists to the Photo Drivers License Center.

Photo Center Directional Arrow (I15-4)
PHOTO CENTER DIRECTIONAL ARROW (I15-4)
The Photo Center Directional Arrow (I15-4) may be used with I15-2, I15-3, and I16-1 signs to direct motorists to Photo Center Parking, Photo Drivers License Centers, and Commercial Drivers License Testing Sites.

Commercial Driver License Testing Site Sign (I16-1)
COMMERCIAL DRIVER LICENSE TESTING SITE SIGN (I16-1)
The Commercial Driver License Testing Site Sign (I16-1) may be used in advance of a Commercial Driver License Testing Site Sign.  The Photo Center Directional Arrow (I15-4) should normally be mounted with the I16-1 sign to direct motorists to the Commercial Driver License Testing Site.  In addition, the I16-1 sign may be used near the entrance to the Testing Site in order to indicate its location.

Overhead Roadway Identification Sign (I18-1) Overhead Roadway Identification Sign (I18-1)
OVERHEAD ROADWAY IDENTIFICATION SIGN (I18-1)
The Overhead Roadway Identification Sign (I18-1) is authorized for use on expressway or freeway systems to provide motorists with identification of the numbered or state route designation of the roadway, or the name of the roadway on an overhead bridge.

When used as a Wayfinding Sign on a bridge over a water trail, the I18-1 Sign shall have a non-reflective Blue background with non-reflective White Legend.

The Overhead Roadway Identification Sign shall be mounted in an overhead position, parallel and flush to the overpass bridge parapet facia when possible or in an otherwise similar and appropriate position.  The sign shall be centered over the roadway approach and care should be taken to avoid mounting signs over expansion joints.


Traffic Safety Check Sign (I30-1)
TRAFFIC SAFETY CHECK SIGN (I30-1)
The Traffic Safety Check Sign (I30-1) may be used by the State Police and other police agencies to provide advance warning to drivers that they may be required to stop for purposes of a traffic safety check.  When agencies other than the State Police are performing the safety check, another emblem may be used.  The 36 inch x 36 inch sign may only be used on roadways with a speed limit of 35 MPH or less.

Truck Survey Ahead Sign (I30-2)
TRUCK SURVEY AHEAD SIGN (I30-2)
The Truck Survey Ahead Sign (I30-2) may be used to inform motorists of a truck survey operation.

Adopt-A-Highway, Next 2 Miles Sign (I40-1)
ADOPT-A-HIGHWAY, NEXT 2 MILES SIGN (I40-1)
This sign may be erected at each end of an adopted 2 MILES section of highway to inform motorists of the litter control program.  The sign should be placed together with either an I42-Series or I43-Series sign designating an individual or group name.  The I40-1 sign shall be mounted above the I42-Series or I43-Series sign.  Only one Adopt-A-Highway sign installation is to be erected in each direction of travel along a 2 MILES section of highway.  The larger 48 inches x 24 inches sign is for use on freeways and expressways only.

Adopt-A-Highway, Next (__) Miles Sign (I40-2)
ADOPT-A-HIGHWAY, NEXT (__) MILES SIGN (I40-2)
This sign may be erected at each end of an adopted (__) mile section of highway to inform motorists of the litter control program.  The sign should be placed together with either an I42-Series or I43-Series sign designating an individual or group name.  The I40-2 sign shall be mounted above the I42-Series or I43-Series sign.  Only one Adopt-A-Highway sign installation is to be erected in each direction of travel along a (__) mile section of highway.  The larger 48 inches x 24 inches sign is for use on freeways and expressways only.

Adopt-A-Highway Interchange Area Sign (I40-3)
ADOPT-A-HIGHWAY INTERCHANGE AREA SIGN (I40-3)
This sign may be erected, one in each direction of travel, in the infield area(s) of an interchange to inform motorists of the litter control program.  A maximum of two signs per group per interchange is permitted.  Signs in the infield areas may face either the mainline or a ramp depending upon terrain and/or sight distance.  The larger size sign will be used when facing mainline or ramp traffic.  The smaller size sign will be used if the sign is erected on a conventional road which crosses an interchange area.

Name of Person Sign (I42-1) Name of Person(s) Sign (I42-2)
NAME OF PERSON(S) SIGN (I42-1) AND (I42-2)
The Name of Person(s) Sign containing a one-line or two-line message is for use beneath an I40-Series Adopt-A-Highway sign.  The I42-1 is a one-line sign.  The I42-2 is a two-line sign.  Sign width shall be the same as the I40-Series sign above it.

Group Name Sign (I43-1) Group Name Sign (I43-2)
GROUP NAME SIGN (I43-1) AND (I43-2)
The Group Name Sign containing a one-line or two-line message is for use beneath an I40-Series Adopt-A-Highway sign.  The I43-1 is a one-line sign.  The I43-2 is a two-line sign.

Adopt-A-Highway Thank You Sign (I44-1)
ADOPT-A-HIGHWAY THANK YOU SIGN (I44-1)
The Adopt-A-Highway Thank You Sign (I44-1) is for use beneath an I40-Series Adopt-A-Highway Sign to thank 10-year participants in the Department of Transportation's Adopt-A-Highway program.

Recycling Services Sign (I45-1)
RECYCLING SERVICES SIGN (I45-1)
The Recycling Services Sign (I45-1) may be mounted in roadside rest to identity that the indicated group(s) or individual(s) provides recycling services.

Beautification Area Sign (I47-1)
BEAUTIFICATION AREA SIGN (I47-1)
The Beautification Area Sign (I47-1) may be mounted on top of a Beautification Area Sponsor Sign (I47-2) to identify that the indicated group(s) or individual(s) maintains plantings and/or provides other beautification efforts within a specific island area, median area, roadside area, or other section of highway.

Beautification Area Sponsor Sign (I47-2)
BEAUTIFICATION AREA SPONSOR SIGN (I47-2)
The Beautification Area Sponsor Sign (I47-2) may be mounted below the Beautification Area Sign (I47-1) to identify that the indicated group(s) or individual(s) maintains plantings and/or provides other beautification efforts within a specific island area, median area, roadside area, or other section of highway.

Agility Sign (I70-1)
AGILITY SIGN (I70-1)
The Agility Sign (I70-1) may be used in advance of a work zone that is part of an agility project.

It should be incorporated into the standard sequence of advance signing, but shall not replace any other standard work zone traffic control sign.


Water Supply Area Sign (I80-1)
WATER SUPPLY AREA SIGN (I80-1)
The Water Supply Area Sign (I80-1) may be installed where a wellhead or watershed protection program approved by the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) exists, and a water supply protection plan is in use.  The spill response telephone number shall be "911" where this service is available, if this service is not available, the county emergency management agency number should be used, or if not available, DEP's toll-free number "1-800-541-2050" should be used.

Safety Break Free Coffee Sign (I98-1)
SAFETY BREAK FREE COFFEE SIGN (I98-1)
The Safety Break Free Coffee Sign (I98-1) may be used in advance of a safety rest area when free coffee is being served to encourage motorists to stop and relax.  The words NEXT RIGHT, 1500 FEET, or other appropriate distance should be placed in the last line as applicable.