Permit requirements to install/erect temporary traffic control warning signs and other temporary traffic control devices along roadways
New Hampshire requires temporary drive permits for logging operations entering the highway where sight distance and other issues are addressed. Signage typically follows MUTCD requirements with some refinements. .
Utility companies are a challenge with any sort of regulation/enforcement due to staffing, and require compliance with MUTCD requirements relative to the type of operation.
State/Agency: New Hampshire
Topics: Temporary Traffic Control