Road signs in Mexico

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The road signs used in Mexico are regulated by Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Transportes's Directorate-General for Roads (Dirección General de Carreteras), and uniformized under a NOM standard[1] and the Manual de Dispositivos para el Control del Tránsito en Calles y Carreteras. The signs share many similarities with those used in the United States and Canada, a reflection of the MUTCD influence in the region.

Regulatory signs[edit]

Warning signs[edit]

Tourism and services[edit]

Guide signs[edit]



  1. ^ "NORMA Oficial Mexicana NOM-034-SCT2-2011, Señalamiento horizontal y vertical de carreteras y vialidades urbanas" (PDF) (in Spanish). 16 November 2011.

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