Upright traffic signs for red routes.
The Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions (TSRGD) 2016 prescribes the design and condition of use for traffic signs on or near roads in England, Scotland and Wales.
Schedule 6 of the TSRGD 2016 covers upright signs for red routes.
Signs for red routes, where there is a prohibition on stopping, are prescribed for the first time in TSRGD 2016. Design of these signs is based on the ‘building block’ principle. Red routes are intended to be used strategically to deal with traffic problems assessed on a whole-route basis, not to deal with issues on relatively short lengths of road.
The title of each working drawing reflects the respective Schedule, Part and Item in TSRGD 2016. The part of the title in parentheses refers to the TSRGD 2002 working drawing that it has replaced.
- Working drawings for traffic signs
- Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2016: an overview
- Traffic signs, signals and road markings
- Traffic signs manual
- Traffic signs image database
- Welsh Government bilingual working drawings
- Local transport notes
- Traffic advisory leaflets
- Road network and traffic