Information about the design rules for creating directional informatory traffic signs.
Ref: LTN 1/94 PDF, 3.99MB, 28 pages
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Guidance on the design rules that form the basis of the directional signing system recommended by the Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 1994.
This document gives current advice on the design and use of directional informatory signs however:
- a newer primary destinations in England list is in the ‘Guidance on road classification and the primary route network’
- more accurate and site-specific guidance on the calculation of x-heights is in chapter 2 of the ‘Traffic signs manual’