MUTCD Community Of Practice
If you have already read the description below previously about the MUTCD Community of Practice, you may go directly to the MUTCD Community of Practice.
The MUTCD Community of Practice site has been updated to a new platform. While the layout and appearance have changed, the MUTCD Community of Practice works in much the same way as it always has: you can add new discussion questions or respond to existing questions. Discussion questions are sorted by Topic Area. You will need to create a user account if you wish to:
Subscribe to Alerts
To subscribe (receive e-mail alerts) to new content, use the links in the upper right of the landing page at: https://www.transportationresearch.gov/dot/fhwa/ops/default.aspx. You can determine what triggers an alert and how often you would like to receive them. Once logged in, you can change these settings or unsubscribe at any time.
How to Add a New Discussion Topic
For steps on how to create a new discussion, visit the help page at https://www.transportationresearch.gov/dot/fhwa/help/Help%20Wiki/How%20to%20Contribute%20to%20a%20Discussion.aspx.
Community Topic Areas
The discussion area has been divided into topic areas to make it easier to ask questions and find information. The current MUTCD topic areas are:
Participants are reminded that the purpose of this knowledge exchange is to transfer the latest generic information related to uniform traffic control devices. Its purpose is not to solicit, advertise, or provide information on proprietary materials or products. Discussions related to product promotion, topics such as court cases or traffic violations, and other similar discussions will be deleted from the web site, as will inappropriate language. Our appreciation is extended to all readers for paying close attention to these basic rules for this knowledge exchange.
Need Further Assistance
Please visit the Help Page at https://www.transportationresearch.gov/dot/fhwa/help/default.aspx to ask questions about navigation, features, and other similar topics.
Enter the MUTCD Community of Practice to ask questions, get answers, network, and easily stay up to date.
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