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State Routes are signed with the standard circular highway shield.
These designations are generally displayed along the route by means of a highway shield.
It is a highway shield, usually with a cardinal direction sign, that repeats the name or number of the current route.
These three routes all bear the number "412" with a letter suffix, on an Oklahoma state highway shield.
There are several distinct uses for the highway shield:
Route 195 was marked with a shield resembling the Interstate Highway shield.
However, about the only action taken over the next ten years was the reässignment of highway shield numbers and assigning number 270 to the proposed highway.
Business routes are signed with the traditional US 287 highway shield, and with a small "business plate" placed above the marker.
JKR hexagon-shaped highway shield with expressway/highway code signs are black and yellow.
A North Carolina Highway shield has the route's number in black inside a white equilateral diamond shape with rounded corners.
The default design for state highway markers is the circular highway shield, which is how state highways are designated on most maps.
California continues to use a different U.S. Highway shield from the MUTCD standard.
Other signs include two circa 1939 Standard Oil signs featuring Mickey Mouse and a genuine reflectorized US 66 highway shield.
The tentative design for the U.S. Highway shield was also adopted, based on the shield found on the Great Seal of the United States.
The markers for primary routes show the route number in a rounded shield shape, while those for secondary roads and frontage roads use a circular highway shield.
The MUTCD also provides default designs for state highways (the circular highway shield) and county highways (a blue pentagon with yellow text).
International routes are given a "CA-" designation followed by a highway number (i.e. CA-1) which can be of one or two digits enclosed in a highway shield.
A highway shield or route marker is a sign denoting the route number of a highway, usually in the form of a symbolic shape with the route number enclosed.
The highway shield standard is used for all expressways, federal and state roads in Malaysia, which can be distinguished through the numbering scheme used (please refer to the Road signs in Malaysia article for details).
According to the Manual on Traffic Control Devices Standard Traffic Signs by Malaysian Public Works Department, a standard Malaysian highway shield consists of a yellow hexagon shield with black border line which resembles the Public Works Department's logo itself.
These were also the original route markers in Season 1.
The message would direct them to their next route marker in Jerusalem.
Route Markers are yellow and red flags that mark the places where teams must go.
The keystone shape is also used on Pennsylvania's state route markers.
The route markers have black numbers on white shields.
The route marker shield is used in marketing by a local business as a symbol of the region.
As of 2005, route markers are not posted for this highway anywhere along its length.
Once at the Route Marker, teams would get their next clue.
Small yellow route markers along the motorway route also read N1.
The extension was executed on March 5, 2010, prior to route marker installation.
The original Route Markers used in season one were colored yellow and white.
In Slopes, teams took a long sloping trail to the route marker below.
Each organization chose their colors and designed route markers to guide motorists along the way.
The style of the route marker, apart from the green E-route indicator, is specific to the country concerned.
Scenic highways are marked with a circular shield in addition to regular route markers.
During Vietnam legs, all route markers were colored solid yellow instead of red and yellow.
Avenue of the Saints route markers were erected along the route the next year.
The communities within the plain erected large wooden poles and planted trees as route markers.
On the deck, they would need a binoculars to search through the city streets for the next clue standby near route marker.
They had to use a compass to guide them through a set of directions to find a route marker in the middle of the desert.
Rob and Amber pause to read a route marker while making their way to Botswana.
Route Markers are coloured orange and light green, whereas in the original the colour scheme is yellow and red.
This count only includes countries that fielded actual route markers, challenges or finish mats.
After completing the Roadblock, teams had to lead four camels along a marked path to their next route marker.
The highway system is recognizable by its distinctive white-on-green maple leaf route markers.