TxDOT Sign Installation
Signs to be installed on TxDOT right-of-way must be installed per TxDOT Sign Installation Standards. (Sign Installation Standards.pdf)
Signs to be installed on TxDOT right-of-way must be installed by:
- The City as covered under the TxDOT Municipal Maintenance Agreement (MMA) or
- A professional sign installer that meets TxDOT's insurance requirements. (TxDOT Insurance Requirements.pdf)
- Counties are not permitted to install signs on TxDOT right-of-way.
To find sign installers in your area, do an internet search for "sign installers near [your town]".
All signs to be installed on TxDOT right-of-way must meet TxDOT signage specifications. All text and backgrounds must be retroflective with a white message in 4" Clearview font with a brown background. As a state agency, the THC cannot make recommendations for sign fabricators or other contractors.
Highway logos and symbols (other than arrows) are not permitted per TxDOT specifications.
Dimensioned Signage for Obtaining Quotes from Sign Fabricators
Route Identification Signs
Advance and Directional Signs