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Crosswalk Signs

Alert vehicles to stay cautious in pedestrian crossing areas

Crosswalk Signs come in a variety of options for various crosswalk uses. Traffic Control Paddles, Blinker Paddles® and Roll Up Stop/Slow Paddles are hand-held options for controlling traffic flow, while Signicades, In-Street Crosswalk Signs and Pedestrian Flexible Sign Systems are in-road options.

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The next time you are driving through a school zone take a look around you and you’ll see a variety of different crosswalk signs such as Lightweight Crossing Guard Signs and School Crosswalk Signs wherever children are crossing a road or a parking lot.

Crosswalk signs are an extremely important tool for warning drivers that there are pedestrians actively crossing the road in which they are driving. Pedestrian crosswalk signicade signs, school crosswalk signicade signs and stop for pedestrians signicade crosswalk signs are 3 examples are a particular type of crosswalk signs.

These are hinged on the top and open easily for quick portability. Seton carries a line of crosswalk safety signs for school, pedestrians, and with state law messaging. These signs have a thick rubber base, which make them durable and easy to move around the lot. Detectable warning tiles are actually placed at the crosswalk and are used to signal vision impaired individuals that they are about to enter the crosswalk.