Adobe Acrobat Reader is required to view and print these documents. You may download Adobe Acrobat Reader free of charge from the Adobe web site.
Regulatory signs are used to regulate the actions of road users.
Regulatory signs may be used to indicate a regulation applicable in the interests of road safety, such as speed limit signs. Stop signs, yield signs, or traffic signals are used to optimise traffic flow conditions.
Warning signs are used to alert drivers to dangerous situations on or bordering the roadway.
These signs indicate a need for additional care by road users, and may require a decrease in speed or other manoeuvres to ensure the safety of themselves, other road users, pedestrians or animals.
Road Layout Signs
Direction of Movement Signs
Hazard Marker Signs
Guidance signs are provided to help navigate our increasingly complex and developing road network.
Direction Sign Symbols
Tourism Direction Signs
Local Direction Signs
Variable Message Signs
Nearly all road signs can be used in either a permanent or temporary form.
Permanent signs include all road signs used to indicate normal conditions.
Temporary signs are identical to the permanent sign except for one major detail - they have a yellow background colour.
Example of Temporary Signs
Road markings, painted on the roads surface in white, red, or yellow, like road signs must be obeyed. Disobeying of road markings could also result in serious collisions endangering road users.
Exclusive Use Symbols