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Traffic advisory leaflets

Information leaflets about using traffic equipment and implementing traffic regulations and policies.

Traffic advisory leaflets (TALs) provide information and guidance for using traffic equipment and implementing traffic regulations and policies.

TALs are only available in electronic format. Printed copies are not available from the Department for Transport.

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Traffic advisory leaflets

  1. Influence of bollards on pedestrian evacuation flow (TAL 01/16)
  2. Traffic advisory leaflets from 1989 to 2009
  3. Roadside variable message signs (TAL 1/15)
  4. Extended working hours at road works (TAL 8/14 )
  5. Mapping underground assets to find buried pipes and cables (TAL 7/14)
  6. Using road plates at roadworks (TAL 6/14)
  7. Using temporary backfill at roadworks (TAL 5/14)
  8. Using cementitious mixtures at road works (TAL 4/14)
  9. Using hydraulically bound mixtures at road works (TAL 3/14)
  10. Using the core and vac technique at road works (TAL 2/14)
  11. Temporary white on red signs at road works (TAL 01/14)
  12. Traffic bollards and low level traffic signs (TAL 03/13)
  13. Using bollards to reduce threats from vehicles (TAL 02/13)
  14. Reducing sign clutter (TAL 01/13)
  15. The Traffic Signs (Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations and General Directions 2011 (TAL 01/12)
  16. Quality audit in the street design process (TAL 05/11)
  17. Using temporary traffic signs for special events (TAL 04/11)
  18. Providing portable pedestrian crossings (TAL 03/11)
  19. Portable traffic signals for the control of vehicular traffic (TAL 02/11)
  20. Vehicle security barriers within the streetscape (TAL 01/11)
  21. How to consult emergency services on traffic calming schemes (TAL 1/07)
  22. Managing accidental rail obstructions by road vehicles (TAL 06/03)
Published 23 September 2013
Last updated 15 November 2016 + show all updates
  1. Influence of bollards on pedestrian evacuation flow (TAL 01/16).
  2. Added new traffic advisory leaflets
  3. First published.