Dicke Pedestrian Crosswalk Sign

SKU CCW-20-021-00108
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  • Lightweight
  • Easy to store
  • Choose "Stop" or "Yield" sign
  • High contrast reflective sign
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$74.33

Product Overview

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Meet the Dicke Pedestrian Crosswalk Sign! This Roll-Up model, lime in color, with a white insert that says STOP, is available in a wide variety of materials and sizes, which allows you to choose the one that suits you best! The Dicke Pedestrian Cross Walk Roll-Up Sign offers a full size signage in a lightweight and easy to store design!

Includes:
Dicke Pedestrian Crosswalk Sign

Features:

  • Delta pockets on the horizontal corners provide three rivet points for durability and a shallower pocket depth for easier deployment
  • Delta pockets have a narrow width and feature a channel for the strap which provide a smaller, tighter diameter for easier storage
  • Back to back hook and loop strap for storage
  • Meet MUTCD requirements
  • NCHRP-350 compliant when used with one of our NCHRP-350 compliant stands

Specification

Specifications:

  • Size: 12"x 36"
  • Weight: 25 pounds
  • Color: Lime & White

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