Traffic control device
Traffic control device. Traffic control device means:
(1) Any sign, signal, marking or device placed, operated or erected by authority under ORS 810.210 (Placement and control of traffic control devices) for the purpose of guiding, directing, warning or regulating traffic.
(2) Any device that remotely controls by electrical, electronic, sound or light signal the operation of any device identified in subsection (1) of this section and installed or operated under authority of ORS 810.210 (Placement and control of traffic control devices).
(3) Any stop sign that complies with specifications adopted under ORS 810.200 (Uniform standards for traffic control devices) that is held or erected by a member of a highway maintenance or construction crew working in the highway. [1983 c.338 §99; 1993 c.203 §1; 1993 c.522 §1]
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