TSM Chapter 5 Road markings
Discusses the uses, advantages and disadvantages, visibility, reflectorisation and dimensions of road markings. Covers stop and give way markings, longitudinal lines, double white lines, road studs, major/minor junctions, roundabouts, signal controlled junctions, grade separated junctions, yellow bar markings, yellow box junctions markings, arrows and lane destinations, traffic islands, pedestrian crossings, cycle, bus, tram, railway level crossings, waiting restrictions, traffic calming, words and diagrams.
Superseded by: Traffic Signs Manual. Chapter 5 Road markings (DfT, 2018). Supersedes 1985 edition. Sixth impression 2009.
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