Integrated Directional Signing Program

You’ve seen them all along Virginia’s highways - those helpful signs that guide you to gas, food, lodging, campgrounds, attractions, hospitals and more. Do you manage a business, service or attraction and want it to be listed on one of those signs? Or do you just want to know what the signs mean and what you'll find if you follow them? If so, keep reading.


A One-Stop Signing Program

The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) has developed the Integrated Directional Sign Program to serve as an umbrella for four specific programs that include these signs:

Travel services signTravel services (logo) signs

Tourist-oriented direction signTourist-oriented direction signs

Supplemental guide signsSupplemental guide signs

General motorist-service signsGeneral motorist-service signs

Who Was Involved?

The Virginia Statewide Directional Signing Advisory Committee helped VDOT develop the “one-stop” program. The committee members represent the many businesses and organizations interested in the signs.

Learn More

Go through this site to learn more about each program. Revised fees and participation criteria and a bumping policy were approved by the Commonwealth Transportation Board on June 16, 2005.

How Can I Get A Sign

For details on participating in any of the sign programs above, please contact Virginia Logos at 804-754-0970 or 800-229-2809 or visit

Page last modified: Oct. 14, 2012