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Dead End Signs



Dead End Sign

SKU# W14-1

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The Dead End Sign MUTCD W14-1 is used to warn drivers that the road they are on terminates and does not continue, requiring them to turn around or exit the roadway.

MUTCD W14-1 Guidance



Dead End 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 23.

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
24" x 24" $72.60 $68.97 $65.34
W14-1-2424-HIP
30" x 30" $97.90 $93.01 $88.11
W14-1-3030-HIP
36" x 36" $163.79 $155.60 $147.41
W14-1-3636-HIP
48" x 48" $244.20 $231.99 $219.78
W14-1-4848-HIP


Fluorescent Yellow Prismatic Reflective on .080" Aluminum:

MATERIAL SIZE PRICE PER SIGN ADD TO CART Catalog Part #
1 to 4 5 to 9 10 +
Fluorescent Yellow Prismatic
Fluorescent Yellow Prismatic
24" x 24" $80.85 $76.81 $72.77
W14-1-2424-FYP
30" x 30" $117.81 $111.92 $106.03
W14-1-3030-FYP
36" x 36" $179.08 $170.13 $161.17
W14-1-3636-FYP
48" x 48" $308.44 $293.02 $277.60
W14-1-4848-FYP




Available Reflective Finishes:

High Intensity Prismatic Reflective Fluorescent Yellow 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
Fluorescent Yellow Prismatic
Pick traffic sign finish
  • Brightest and most visible
  • Exceeds federal minimum requirements
  • 10 Year Outdoor Durability



Dead End
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Dead End
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Dead End With Arrow
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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



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Specifications:

Legend: DEAD END
MUTCD Sign Code #: W14-1
Shape: Diamond
Color: BLACK on YELLOW
Available Sizes and Weights:Size: 24" x 24"; Ship Weight: 5 lbs
Size: 30" x 30"; Ship Weight: 7.8 lbs
Size: 36" x 36"; Ship Weight: 11.2 lbs
Size: 48" x 48"; Ship Weight: 19.9 lbs
Available Styles:High Intensity Prismatic Reflective on .080" Aluminum
Fluorescent Yellow Prismatic Reflective on .080" Aluminum
Full Description:

W14-1 have a yellow background color. The text and border are black and it is in the shape of a diamond.

Mounting Hole Placement: Mounting Hole Diagram for Dead End Sign

Dead End Sign Photos:

Up-close picture of our Dead End road sign showing the black lettering on a yellow background

Up-close picture of our Dead End road sign showing the black lettering on a yellow background

Picture of our 24"x24" Dead End road sign mounted onto a u-channel sign post (post sold separately)

Picture of our 24"x24" Dead End road sign mounted onto a u-channel sign post (post sold separately)









Example Use:

As Amelia drove through the unfamiliar countryside, she encountered a 'Dead End' sign posted at the beginning of a narrow lane called Willow Way. This sign was a clear indication to her that if she continued down Willow Way, she would ultimately reach a point where the road would terminate, without intersecting or connecting to any other road. With the goal of exploring as many areas as possible, Amelia realized that driving down this path would not provide her with any alternate routes or shortcuts, and she'd eventually have to turn around and retrace her path back to the main road. The sign effectively communicated the lack of through traffic, saving her from a potentially unnecessary detour.























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