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No Pedestrian Crossing Signs



No Pedestrian Crossing Sign

SKU# R9-3A

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No Pedestrian Crossing Sign Details:

  • Sign is manufactured on durable rust-proof .080" aluminum
  • Pre-punched 3/8" mounting holes in top and bottom for easy installation.
  • Meets M.U.T.C.D. specifications for highway use.
  • See in our catalog on page 30.

In Stock - Usually ships same or next business day.



High Intensity Prismatic Reflective on .080" Aluminum:

MATERIAL SIZE PRICE PER SIGN ADD TO CART Catalog Part #
1 to 4 5 to 9 10 +
High Intensity Prismatic
High Intensity Prismatic
12" x 18" $34.54 $32.81 $31.09
R9-3A-1218-HIP
18" x 24" $58.19 $55.28 $52.37
R9-3A-1824-HIP


Full Cube Prismatic Reflective on .080" Aluminum:

MATERIAL SIZE PRICE PER SIGN ADD TO CART Catalog Part #
1 to 4 5 to 9 10 +
Full Cube Prismatic
Full Cube Prismatic
12" x 18" $44.77 $42.53 $40.29
R9-3A-1218-UPG
18" x 24" $66.66 $63.33 $59.99
R9-3A-1824-UPG




Available Reflective Finishes:

High Intensity Prismatic Reflective Full Cube Prismatic Reflective
High Intensity Prismatic
Pick traffic sign finish
  • Most common reflective finish used for traffic signs
  • Meets federal minimum requirements
  • 10 Year Outdoor Durability
Full Cube Prismatic
Pick traffic sign finish
  • Brightest and most visible
  • Exceeds federal minimum requirements
  • 10 Year Outdoor Durability



No Pedestrian
r9-3
No Pedestrians
r5-10c
No Pedestrian Crossing
r9-3a
No Pedestrians Or Bicycles
r5-10b
No Pedestrians Bicycles Motor-driven Cycles
r5-10a



Sign Posts

A galvanized u channel postA picture of a green u channel sign postA round post used to install signsA picture of a square post that has holes from top to bottom






Sign Installation Hardware

A picture of different hardware used for sign mountingDifferent break away hardware for safely install signs



Other Restrictive Signs

Do Not EnterWrong WayNo Trucks SymbolNo Trucks TextNo Motor VehiclesNo Commercial VehiclesNo Vehicles With LugsNo BicyclesNo Non-motorized TrafficNo Motor-driven CyclesNo Pedestrians Bicycles Motor-driven CyclesNo Pedestrians Or BicyclesNo PedestriansAuthorized Vehicles OnlyNo Thru TrafficNo Thru TrucksNo PedestrianNo Hitch Hiking SymbolNo Hitch HikingNo Skating SymbolNo Horse RidingTruck RouteHazardous Materials RouteHazardous Materials ProhibitedNational Network Trucks Permitted Truck Route SymbolNational Network Trucks Prohibited SymbolNo Pedestrian CrossingNo Texting ZoneUse of Handheld Electronics ProhibitedState Law No Texting or Hand Held Cell Phone UseNo Texting While DrivingNo Engine BrakeEngine Braking Prohibited By City Ordinance



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Specifications:

Legend: NO PEDESTRIAN CROSSING
MUTCD Sign Code #: R9-3A
Shape: Vertical Rectangle
Color: BLACK on WHITE
Available Sizes and Weights:Size: 12" x 18"; Ship Weight: 1.9 lbs
Size: 18" x 24"; Ship Weight: 3.7 lbs
Available Styles:High Intensity Prismatic Reflective on .080" Aluminum
Full Cube Prismatic Reflective on .080" Aluminum
Full Description:

R9-3A have a white background color. The text and border are black and it is in the shape of a vertical rectangle.

Mounting Hole Placement: Mounting Hole Diagram for No Pedestrian Crossing Sign




Example Use:

On a bustling city street corner, near a newly constructed shopping mall, there stands a distinct sign that reads 'No Pedestrian Crossing.’ Its presence serves as a clear directive to pedestrians: regardless of how tempting or convenient it might seem, they should not attempt to cross the road at that specific location. This sign has been strategically placed by city planners to ensure the safety of pedestrians and smooth traffic flow. It helps prevent jaywalking incidents and possible accidents by channeling foot traffic to designated crossing areas, such as crosswalks or pedestrian bridges, where it's safer and more organized for people to cross.























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