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Road Traffic Signs / Street Signs - Links, Help and Advice

We can make ANY road traffic sign you want according to the Department of Transport numbers. If you can't see what you want here, please email us for a rapid quotation or call 0208 133 6709

HELP AND GUIDANCE

Road Sign Viewing Distances & Post Planting Depth Guide
Not sure how big to make your sign? Need guidance on how to mount your post. Check this handy chart.

Traffic signs image database
the Traffic signs database: search signs page. You can search images based on categories

Know your traffic signs (6 Mb)
This guide illustrates and explains the traffic signs that a road user is likely to encounter. Please note this is a large file which takes time to download. You may find it easier to right click on the link and select Save Target As (IE).

Good practice guidance
Good practice guidance covering areas of traffic management, including use of portable vehicular signals, mini roundabouts and Puffin pedestrian facilities.

Traffic Signs Manual
The Traffic Signs Manual provides guidance for traffic authorities on the use of traffic signs and road markings.
 
Working drawings for traffic signs
List of available drawings detailing the design of particular traffic signs together with PDF files of each drawing for downloaded.

Traffic Signs Manual Chapters

The Traffic Signs Manual provides guidance for traffic authorities on the use of traffic signs and road markings.

Traffic Signs Manual Chapter 3: Regulatory Signs 2008 (2 Mb)
This document explains the correct use of regulatory signs prescribed by the Traffic Signs Regulations. These include prohibited turns, waiting and loading restrictions, bus and cycle lanes etc. There is also a comprehensive section dealing with the signing of speed limits. Published: 9 September 2008

Traffic Signs Manual Chapter 4: Warning Signs (2004) (1 Mb)
Warning signs are used to alert drivers to potential danger ahead. They indicate a need for special caution by road users and may require a reduction in speed or some other manoeuvre. This reprinted edition includes four minor amendments and addition of Appendix A, note 7.Published:19 October 2005 Last update:12 November 2008

Traffic Signs Manual Chapter 8: Roadworks and temporary situations (2006) Part 1 (7 Mb)
This document, Part 1: Design, provides guidance for those responsible for the design of temporary traffic management arrangements which should be implemented to facilitate maintenance activities or in response to temporary situations.
Published:30 June 2006 Last update: 05 February 2008

Traffic Signs Manual Chapter 8: Roadworks and temporary situations (2006) Part 2 (5 Mb)
This document, Part 2: Operations, provides guidance for those responsible for planning, managing, and participating in operations to implement, maintain and remove temporary traffic management arrangements. Published:30 June 2006 Last update:05 February 2008

Useful information about securing sign posts in the ground

We strongly recommend the use of below ground base plates when installing signposts. These prevent the rotation or removal of theposts after the concrete has set.

Please see our accessories section for our full range of aluminium sign posts and fixing solutions.

Difference Between Class 1 and Class 2 Reflective

Class 1 reflective street signs are approved for use on the public highway and are slightly more expensive.
Class 2 reflective street signs are more frequently used on industrial estates and private roadways.


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