Permit requirements to install/erect temporary traffic control warning signs and other temporary traffic control devices along roadways
Anyone performing work in South Carolina right-of-way is required to have an encroachment permit and traffic control for their operations. Traffic control must meet NCHRP 350 standards.
Anyone working off right-of-way but entering the roadway with trucks, depending on the situation, may be asked to provide warning signs to notify the traveling public of trucks entering the highway. No permit is required, but these devices must meet 350 standards.
State/Agency: South Carolina
Topics: Temporary Traffic Control