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Railroad Crossing Signs

Post Railroad Crossing Signs near dangerous railroad tracksInstalling a Railroad Crossing Sign is an effective way to tell motorists and pedestrians to beware of passing trains. Seton offers a variety of options, so you’re sure to find the perfect message for your particular use. Our traffic signs are available in Engineer Grade reflective aluminum or High Intensity reflective aluminum. These railroad crossing signs meet MUTCD regulations. All railroad crossing signs are made of .080" thick aluminum and are guaranteed to be rustproof, ensuring a long life and durability. We also offer a self-adhesive truck safety sign that reads, “This Vehicle Stops for Railroad Crossings,” which can be attached to the backs of trucks or cars.

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Railroad crossing signs are an important tool to communicate to drivers and pedestrians to be caution when they approach or go over railroad tracks.

Choose from a variety of railroad crossing signs available at Seton. These traffic signs are available in Engineer Grade reflective aluminum or High Intensity reflective aluminum. These high intensity materials meet Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) regulations, ensuring you’re not only posting railroad crossing signs that communicate the necessary information, but also the sign your purchasing will keep you in compliance with federal laws.

All traffic signs from Seton are .080” thick and are guaranteed to be rustproof. These signs come with a guarantee to be durable enough to withstand anything Mother Nature throws their way, and are designed for a long life, which means you don’t have to worry about the cost or time to replace them.

Choose from a variety of wordings, including, “Danger Railroad Crossing" in black letters on a white background, "Railroad Crossing" symbol in black on a yellow background, or "Railroad Crossing" in black letters on a white background.

Pick up your railroad crossing signs from Seton today.