The city installs and maintains traffic signs on city maintained streets that meet requirements of the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUCTD) and the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT).
The city removes sight distance obstructions, which are objects that substantially block the sufficient vision of drivers such as limbs. To avoid sign pollution, the city only erects traffic signs that are necessary to provide a safe travel environment for pedestrians, bicyclist, and motorist.
Report a Sight Distance Concern
For more information or to report a sight distance problem or to report a concern, call the Public Works Service Center 919-775-8247.