The City of Calgary (like many cities) is coping with the influx of Digital Signs; specifically third party.
We've been in touch with the City of Toronto but I wanted to get more of a broad perspective from those cities that regulate digital signs on things such as lighting levels, message change speed, etc.
We've been asked to come up with some 'stop gap' measures until we've done a full out review; which we plan to have finished in 2012. I've come up with the general understanding of regulation and I've seen some municipalities set lighting levels in day/night and ambient levels - but I wanted to see other examples.
I'm particularly look for things like:
message change speed between each digital image;
Maximum light levels during day/night plus maximum ambient light level change;
Seperating distances between digital signs;
Seperating distances between digital signs and residential.