Looking for guidance on this one. I'm relatively new to practicing engineering in Texas. I have a parking lot project where there are a couple of handicapped parking stalls. Through my previous engagement, I'm used to seeing the International Symbol of Accessibility painted on the pavement in addition to any other signage required. For my project, my client only wants to include the signage but nothing painted on the pavement. The documentation I've come across only makes reference to signage required including height off the ground for the placement of the signage but nothing specific about requiring the symbol painted. Would anyone share your experience on this matter? (The county where this project is located does not have specific requirements)
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