Street Signs

Signs that stand out
and deliver
outstanding value.

There's no substitute for a well-planned, systematic program of sign maintenance, improvement, and replacement. It's a cost-effective way to improve safety for motorists, protect your community's investment in roadways and signage, and guard against the rising cost of accidents.

Life cycle costs and value.

Signs should perform over extended periods of time, to justify their cost and the cost of labor to install them. By purchasing signs that will retain their brightness for years to come, your agency can save maintenance dollars down the road. By purchasing signs that perform at wide viewing angles, you can provide drivers with signs that can be seen even if signs are bent or misaligned. This means an added margin of safety.

You can make the best use of your budget dollars, reduce the potential, frequency and severity of accidents, and help minimize liability exposure with Lyle Signs' state-of-the-art signs, made with cutting-edge materials.

To find out more about traffic signs, call your Lyle Signs representative today. And help protect motorists in your community, while protecting your agency against liability.

Night Image
Complex, visually cluttered intersections, especially in urban areas can be confusing and dangerous. Cut through the clutter with brighter, more visible street name signs from Lyle Signs.

Stree Sign for City Intersections

In business districts and on principal arterials, street name signs should be placed at least on diagonally opposite corners so that they will be on the far right-hand side of the intersection for traffic on the major street. In residential areas, at least one street name sign should be mounted at each intersection. Signs naming both streets should be erected at each intersection. They should be mounted with their faces parallel to the streets they name.

Light to See at Night

Over 1/3 of America's driving population is over 60. As our population ages, the need for more visible street name signs increases - especially at night. Older drivers have only 65 to 77% of the legibility distance of younger drivers at night.


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