Traffic Sign Asset Tags for Municipal RRF Compliance

Need Traffic Sign Asset Tags for Retroreflectivity and Asset Management Compliance?

As municipalities nationwide strive to comply with the FHWA retroreflectivity requirements found in the revised Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD), many are facing a common obstacle - their traffic sign assets are not adequately inventoried and tracked, making it difficult to assess and manage retroreflectivity levels.

A bar code asset tag that can withstand the elements, an accurate sign location tied to GPS coordinates and an easy-to-use software that tracks asset condition and maintenance activities have proven to be the keys to improving accuracy and efficiency of sign management systems.

Camcode offers the support to get you in compliance quickly and at lower cost. Our labels stand up to constant outdoor exposure, and resist scuffing, chemicals and abrasion while remaining readable for the life of the sign. We will also help you with your software and hardware needs through our Camcode approved partners. Contact us today for more information.

Your product choices include:

  • Metal Traffic Sign Asset Tags
    Our Rigid Metalphoto® Label is constructed of an anodized photosensitized aluminum face stock (thicknesses from .012" to .032"). Attachment options include high-performance adhesives or holes for mechanical fasteners. Read more about our Metalphoto Traffic Sign Asset Labels.
  • Foil Traffic Sign Asset Tags
    Our Flexible Metalphoto Foil Label works well on curved or uneven mating surfaces. This label is constructed of a .003" (or optional .005") thick anodized photosensitized aluminum face stock with a high-performance adhesive. Read more about our Metalphoto Foil Traffic Sign Asset Labels.

 

What do Traffic Sign Asset Tags cost?

Our minimum order is $399. Higher-volume orders reduce the per-unit cost - to as low as $0.25 each for an order of several thousand - and exact pricing depends on the material construction, size and quantity. For help specifying the right label and to get an exact quotation, just request a quote.