Directional signs definition

Directional signs means signs containing information about public places owned or operated by federal, state, or local governments or their agencies, publicly or privately owned natural phenomena, historic, cultural, scientific, educational, or religious sites, and areas of natural scenic beauty or naturally suited for outdoor recreation, that the department considers to be in the interest of the traveling public.
Directional signs means signs deemed by the Department to be in the interest of the traveling public and containing directional information about public places owned or operated by federal, state or local government or their agencies; publicly or privately owned natural phenomena; historic, cultural, scientific, educational and religious sites; and areas of natural scenic beauty or naturally suited for outdoor recreation.
Directional signs means signs containing directional information about public places owned or operated by public authorities as defined in Code of Federal Regulations, title 23, section 460.2, paragraph (b), or their agencies, publicly or privately owned natural phenomena, historic, cultural, scientific, educational, and religious sites, and areas of natural scenic beauty or naturally suited for outdoor recreation, deemed to be in the interest of the traveling public. To qualify for directional signs, privately owned attractions must be nationally or regionally known, and of outstanding interest to the traveling public.

Examples of Directional signs in a sentence

Directional signs may be displayed along main routes only, being the shortest route from a main road to the property.

Directional signs, provided they do not contain any commercial messaging.

Directional signs may be erected on the Owner's property subject to approval of the Owner.

Directional signs located adjacent to the primary system shall be within 50 air miles of the activity.

Directional signs may be erected on the Owner's property subject to approval of the Owner with respect to size, style and location of such directional signs.


More Definitions of Directional signs

Directional signs means signs indicating entrances and exits, including those for parking lots and garages. Standard: No more than one sign per entrance or exit; and, when the name, emblem and/or address of an establishment on the premises where the directional sign is located is included, the identification portion of the sign shall not exceed one square foot in sign area.
Directional signs means signs containing directional information about public places owned or operated by federal, state, or local governments or their agencies; publicly or privately owned non-profit natural wonders accredited by the Ohio department of natural resources or non-profit historic attractions accredited by the Ohio history connection.
Directional signs means off-premises signs directing traffic to a given site, premises or facility.
Directional signs means signs containing information about public places
Directional signs means signs designed solely for the purpose of directing and regulating pedestrian or vehicular traffic in a safe and controlled manner on private or public lands.
Directional signs means signs giving directional information about goods and services of interest to the traveling public. Such signs shall be limited to those pertaining to rest stops, camping grounds, food services, fuel and automotive services, and lodging.
Directional signs means a sign directing vehicular or pedestrian traffic on the related site;