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Section 2C.113 DEAF CHILD AREA and BLIND CHILD AREA Signs
- The DEAF CHILD AREA (NYW7-6) and BLIND CHILD AREA (NYW7-7) signs may be used where it is necessary to warn motorists to be especially alert for a child who may be unable to hear normal traffic sounds and respond to audio warnings, or a child who may be unable to perceive approaching traffic.
- The legends on the NYR7-1, NYR7-2, NYR7-4, NYR7-5, and NYR7-6 auxiliary plaques may be modified, as required by the applicable regulation, using appropriate wording in the specified letter heights.
- The DEAF CHILD AREA and BLIND CHILD AREA signs should not be used without the consent of the child's parents or legal guardian. The Authority having jurisdiction over the highway on which these signs are placed should keep informed about the residences, areas of activity, and ages of the children involved, so that signs can be promptly removed when they are no longer needed.