DfT circular: The Traffic signs regulations and general directions 2015 (part of a consultation package)
The consultation seeks views for proposed changes for the new TSRGD 2015, concentrating on the draft Schedules. The consultation covers a new structure, sign illumination, sign clutter, parking signs and waiting restrictions, improving cycling facilities, traffic signals and pedestrian crossings. This draft circular explains the legislative changes and sets out the designs and conditions of use for traffic signs, road markings, traffic signals and pedestrian crossings in England, Scotland and Wales.
Superseded by: Traffic signs regulations and general directions 2015: consultation response, DFT 2014. The consultation closed 12 June 2014. Forms part of the consultation package: Consultation on the draft Traffic signs regulations and general directions 2015. This is the draft circular. The consultation package also comprises: a consultation document, a draft statutory instrument, an impact assessment and a research document.
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