Direction
 
 
 
 
Direction

Guide road signs for compass direction indicate the direction in which the road is heading. Guide road signs for direction indicate general direction that the route follows. Guide road signs for alternative routes designate alternate routes of the same number between two points on that route. These signs are really important to understand to help you avoid getting lost. America is a really huge country and if you get lost, and take the wrong road, it could take you hours to find your way back. Pay attention to these signs to keep you heading in the right direction.
Compass Direction
The general direction of the entire route is North.
The general direction of the entire route is South.
The general direction of the entire route is East.
The general direction of the entire route is West.
Route Directions
General direction of the route is straight.
General direction of the route is curving to the left.
General direction of the route is turning to the left.
General direction of the route is to the right.
General direction of the route is to the right.
Route goes straight and to the right.
Route goes straight and to the right.
Route goes to the left and to the right.
Route goes to the left and to the right.
Alternate Routes
Designates an alternate route of the same number between two points on that route.
Designates an alternate route of the same number between two points on that route.
Designates a temporary alternate route of the same number between two points on that route.
Designates a temporary alternate route of the same number between two points on that route.
Designates an alternate route that branches from a numbered route, passes through the business portion of a City, and rejoins the numbered route beyond that area.
Designates an alternate route that branches from a numbered route, when it is desirable to encourage or require commercial vehicles to use the alternate route.
Used to provide directional guidance to a particular road facility from other highways in the vicinity.
Used where the route being traveled ends, usually at a junction with another route.
Designates a route that branches from the numbered route through a City, bypasses a part of the City or congested area, and rejoins the numbered route beyond the City.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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