17 CRR-NY 9B.21NY-CRR

OFFICIAL COMPILATION OF CODES, RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
TITLE 17. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
CHAPTER V. NEW YORK STATE SUPPLEMENT TO THE NATIONAL MANUAL ON UNIFORM TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES FOR STREETS AND HIGHWAYS—2009 EDITION
PART 9. TRAFFIC CONTROL FOR BICYCLE FACILITIES
CHAPTER 9B. SIGNS
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9B.21 Bicycle Route Signs (M1-8, M1-8a, M1-9)
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Option:
00A To establish a unique identification (route designation) for a State, regional, or local bicycle route, the Bicycle Route (M1-8) sign (see Figure 9B-4), Regional Bicycle Route (NYM6-3) sign (see Sign Drawing SD-G13), or Local Bicycle Route (NYM6-2) sign (see Sign Drawing SD-G13) may be used.
Guidance:
00B Bicycle routes, which might be a combination of various types of bikeways, should establish a continuous routing.
Standard:
00C The Bicycle Route sign shall be for use in guiding bicyclists along a State bicycle route, or an interregional or long-distance bicycle route for which a numerical designation has been established.
00D The Regional Bicycle Route sign shall be for use in guiding bicyclists along a regional bicycle route for which a numerical designation has been established.
00E The Local Bicycle Route sign shall be for use in guiding bicyclists along a local bicycle route for which a numerical designation has been established.
00F The U.S. Bicycle Route (M1-9) sign (see Figure 9B-4) shall be for use in guiding bicyclists along an interstate bicycle route which has a numerical designation established by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials.
00G The M1-8a sign shall not be used in New York State.
Option:
00H The Regional Bicycle Route sign may display either a county name or a regional identification.
00I If the locality, county, or region name will not fit within the Regional Bicycle Route or Local Bicycle Route signs in the indicated size of series E lettering, series D or series C lettering may be substituted.
00J A unique logo may be used in place of the numerical designation on the Regional and Local Bicycle Route signs.
Standard:
00K The Bicycle Route sign shall contain a route designation and shall have a green background with a retroreflective white legend and border.
00L The Regional Bicycle Route and Local Bicycle Route signs shall have green backgrounds with retroreflective white legends and borders, except that green lettering shall be used for the name of the locality, county, or region.
00M The U.S. Bicycle Route sign shall contain the assigned route number designation and have a black legend and border with a retroreflective white background.
00N Logos used on Regional and Local Bicycle Route signs shall not contain any advertising.
Guidance:
00O Where a designated bicycle route extends for long distances through two or more States, a coordinated submittal by the affected States for an assignment of a U.S. Bicycle Route number designation should be sent to the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (see Page i of the MUTCD for the address).
00P If used, the Bicycle Route, Regional Bicycle Route, Local Bicycle Route, or U.S. Bicycle Route signs should be placed at intervals frequent enough to keep bicyclists informed of changes in route direction and to remind motorists of the presence of bicyclists.
Option:
00Q Bicycle Route, Regional Bicycle Route, Local Bicycle Route, or U.S. Bicycle Route signs may be installed on shared roadways or on shared-use paths to provide guidance for bicyclists.
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Current through December 15, 2022
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