The Vermont Statutes Online
§ 486. Official directional signs
(a) The Agency of Transportation, under the direction of the Travel Information Council, shall furnish, erect, and maintain official business directional signs licensed under this chapter at locations specified in the license. The Agency of Transportation may contract for the satisfaction of all or any portion of its duties under this subsection. That furnishing, erection, and maintenance are declared to be for highway purposes under Title 19 and any amendments thereto.
(b) The Agency of Transportation shall furnish, erect, and maintain certain official directional signs at interstate highway exits wherever the exit is five miles or less from the nearest State Police office or barracks. These exit signs shall bear the words "State Police," with an indication of the distance to the State Police office or barracks.
(c) The Travel Information Council may enter into such contractual or other arrangements as it may consider appropriate under all the circumstances with any town or city of this State, providing for the erection and maintenance of official business directional signs and the fees charged therefor, within that town or city, which may be distinctive to that town or city, or providing for the administration of such official business directional signs, or for any other matter arising under this chapter which the Council considers appropriate to be administered by that town or city; provided, however, that any such arrangement or agreement, and all actions taken thereto, shall comply with this chapter and with the regulations adopted hereto. (Added 1967, No. 333 (Adj. Sess.), § 6, eff. March 23, 1968; amended 1969, No. 92, § 4, eff. April 19, 1969; 1975, No. 60; 1983, No. 167 (Adj. Sess.), § 5.)