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Traffic signs

  1. 1. (The Philippines)
  2. 2.  The Philippines follows its rules towards traffic signs from the Vienna Convention on Road Signs and Signals, alongside with other countries such as India, Greece and Italy. The Vienna Convention on Road Signs and Signals is an international treaty designed to increase road safety and aid international road traffic by standardising the signing system for road traffic (road signs, traffic lights and road markings) in use internationally.
  3. 3.  In article 2 the convention classes all road signs into a number of categories (A - H):A. Danger warning signsB. Priority signsC. Prohibitory or restrictive signsD. Mandatory signsF. Information, facilities, or service signsG. Direction, position, or indication signH. Additional panels
  4. 4. Warning signs can indicate any potentialhazard, obstacle or condition requiringspecial attention. Here are the most common warning signs:
  5. 5. General Auction SignCongestion Sign
  6. 6. Crossroad SignY-junctionSign
  7. 7. Traffic Circle SignTwo-wayTraffic Sign
  8. 8. Gentle Curve Signs
  9. 9. Sharp Curve Signs
  10. 10. Hairpin Curve Sign
  11. 11. Winding Road Signs
  12. 12. Combined Curves Signs
  13. 13. Lane Ends Signs
  14. 14. Traffic Signal Ahead Sign Traffic Control“STOP” Ahead Sign
  15. 15. Pedestrian Crossing SignPedestrianSign
  16. 16. Farm Animals Sign
  17. 17. Height Restriction Sign LengthRestriction Sign
  18. 18. Narrow Bridge SignSpeed Humps Sign
  19. 19. Slippery Road SignFalling Rocks Sign
  20. 20. Reduced Visibility SignElectric Shock Sign
  21. 21. Sharp Curve Chevron Signs
  22. 22. Flagman Ahead SignMen at Work Sign
  23. 23. Priority traffic signs indicate the order inwhich vehicles should pass intersectionpoints.Here are some common examples of PriorityTraffic Signs :
  24. 24. Stop SignGo Sign
  25. 25. Yield SignYield to Pedestrians Sign
  26. 26. No Entry SignYield to Oncoming Traffic Sign
  27. 27. One –way Roadway Signs
  28. 28. Prohibitory or Restrictive Signs Prohibitory traffic signs are used to prohibitcertain types of manoeuvres or some types oftraffic. Here are some common examples ofprohibitory traffic signs:
  29. 29. Speed Limit SignMass Limit Sign
  30. 30. Height Restriction Sign LengthRestriction Sign
  31. 31. Excessive Noise Prohibited Sign Unauthorized VehiclesProhibited Sign
  32. 32. Left/Right Turn Prohibited SignLeft/Right Turn Ahead Prohibited Sign
  33. 33. U-Turn Prohibited Sign OvertakingProhibited Sign
  34. 34. Parking Prohibited Sign StoppingProhibited Sign
  35. 35. Pedestrian Prohibited Sign Pedal CycleProhibited Sign
  36. 36. Taxi Prohibited SignBus Prohibited Sign
  37. 37. Mandatory Signs Mandatory signs are roadsigns which are used to set theobligations of all traffic which use aspecific area of road. Unlike prohibitoryor restrictive signs, mandatory signs telltraffic what it must do, rather than mustnot do. Here are some common examples ofmandatory signs:
  38. 38. Minimum Speed SignVehicles Exceeding Mass Only Sign
  39. 39. Keep Left/Right Sign
  40. 40. Pedestrians Only SignTaxi Only Sign
  41. 41. Bus Only SignPay Toll Sign
  42. 42. Roundabout SignSwitch Head Lamps On Sign
  43. 43. INFORMATION, FACILITIES OR SERVICE SIGN Service signs are those that indicates aspecific facility by which many can finduseful, especially those that can be used formedical purposes, security, and food. Here are some common examples ofservice signs:
  44. 44. Parking Area SignHospital Sign
  45. 45. Dinner & Restaurant SignSchool Sign
  46. 46. Police SignMedical Services Sign
  47. 47. Gasoline Station SignDiesel Station Sign
  48. 48. A direction sign, more fully defined asa direction, position, or indication sign bythe Vienna Convention on Road Signs andSignals, is any road sign used primarily togive information about the location of eitherthe driver or possible destinations, and areconsidered a subset of the informative signsgroup. Here are some common examples ofIndication Signs:
  49. 49. Destination SignDestination w/ Distance Sign
  50. 50. 3-way Destination w/ Distance Sign
  51. 51. Go Slow Stop Down
  52. 52. Pedestrian Lights
  53. 53. Don’t Walk Walk
  54. 54. Walk Don’t Walk
  55. 55. Hand Signals – Traffic Officers
  56. 56. Stop traffic approaching from the front.Stop traffic approaching from the rear.
  57. 57. Stop traffic approaching the front and rear.Indicates the traffic to proceed.
  58. 58. Flag signal to warning traffic.Flag signal to stop.
  59. 59. Flag signal to proceed.Flag signal to slow down.
  60. 60. Warning to slow moving vehicles.
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