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Where to find Stop Signs in Atlanta

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  • .080 5052-H38 Aluminum
  • The industry standard for traffic control signs.
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  • The stop sign is a standardized sign listed in the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) with a designation of R1-1. Stop signs are to be used when a full stop is required at an intersection for public roads, parking lots, and private roadways.
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  • Diamond Grade Prismatic (DG3) Reflective Sheeting - The best choice for superior reflectivity during daytime, nighttime, and inclement weather. It is also the best option for public roadways.
  • High Intensity Prismatic (HIP) Reflective Sheeting - The best value based on reflective performance, durability, and price.
  • Engineering grade (EGP) - The most economical reflective choice.
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  • 18 x 18" - Used for bicycle traffic control on bike paths and shared-use paths
  • 24 x 24" - Great for smaller parking lots with minimal traffic volume and private roadways
  • 30 x 30" - The minimum size required for official street applications
  • 36 x 36" - Minimum size for multi-lane approaches and hazardous intersections
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  • First appearing in 1915, the original stop sign featured black text on a white background. The octagonal shape was introduced a few years later in 1922 in order to standardize the shape of the sign.
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  • During a 31 year period from 1924-1955, stop signs were yellow with black text. It wasn't until 1955 when the red signs we see today were released to be consistent with red traffic lights.

Please enter the desired quantities for the items in this package:

18” Stop Sign HIP at $25.31
24” Stop Sign (R1-1) HIP at $27.35
30” Stop Sign (R1-1) HIP at $43.85
30” Stop Sign (R1-1) DG3 at $61.20
36 Stop Sign DG3 at $93.55
48" Stop (R1-1) DG3 at $151.90
* Prices are subject to change.
* Please call us with any questions about our stop signs in Tucker GA, and Atlanta, Athens, Gainesville, Rome, Carrollton, Marietta, the Greater Atlanta area, and North and Central Georgia.