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Department for Transport

The Department for Transport is a UK Government department that provides leadership across the transport sector to achieve its objectives, working with regional, local and private sector partners to deliver many of the services. These activities were formerly carried out by the Department for Transport, Local Government and the Regions.

Great Minster House
76 Marsham Street
London
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Website: www.dft.gov.uk/
Tel: 020 7944 8300

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Series details Title Year Status
TAL 12/00 Urban street activity in 20 mph zones: Ayres Road area, Old Trafford 2000 Green
TAL 1/01 Puffin pedestrian crossing 2001 Green
TAL 2/01 Bus based park and ride 2001 Green
TAL 3/01 Urban street activity in 20 mph zones - Seedley, Salford 2001 Green
TAL 6/01 Bus priority 2001 Green
TAL 10/01 Home zones: planning and design 2001 Green
TAL 1/02 Installation of Puffin pedestrian crossings 2002 Green
TAL 2/02 Motorcycle parking 2002 Green
TAL 4/02 Benchmarking of local cycling policy 2002 Green
TAL 5/02 Key elements of cycle parking provision 2002 Green
TAL 6/02 Inclusive mobility: a guide to best practice on access to pedestrian and transport infrastructure 2002 Green
TAL 8/02 Home Zones - Public participation 2002 Green
TAL 1/03 Vehicle activated signs 2003 Green
TAL 2/03 Signal control at junctions on high speed roads 2003 Green
TAL 3/03 Equestrian crossings 2003 Green
TAL 4/03 Cycling bibliography (Superseded but remains current) 2003 Amber
TAL 5/03 Walking bibliography (Superseded but remains current) 2003 Amber
TAL 6/03 Managing the accidental obstruction of the railway by road vehicles 2003 Green
TAL 1/04 Village speed limits 2004 Green
TAL 2/04 Rural traffic calming: Bird Lane, Essex 2004 Green
TAL 3/04 Quiet lanes 2004 Green
TAL 4/04 Bike and rail - a good practice guide 2004 Green
TAL 1/05 Rumblewave surfacing 2005 Green
TAL 2/05 Traffic calming bibliography 2005 Green
TAL 3/05 Cycling bibliography 2005 Green
TAL 4/05 Walking bibliography 2005 Green
TAL 5/05 Part 1 Pedestrian facilities at signal-controlled junctions. Part 1 2005 Green
TAL 5/05 Part 2 Pedestrian facilities at signal-controlled junctions. Part 2 2005 Green
TAL 5/05 Part 3 Pedestrian facilities at signal-controlled junctions. Part 3 2005 Green
TAL 5/05 Part 4 Pedestrian facilities at signal-controlled junctions. Part 4 2005 Green
TAL 6/05 Traditional direction signs 2005 Green
TAL 1/06 Part 1 General principles of traffic control by light signals. Part 1 of 4 2006 Green
TAL 1/06 Part 2 General principles of traffic control by light signals. Part 2 of 4 2006 Green
TAL 1/06 Part 3 General principles of traffic control by light signals. Part 3 of 4 2006 Green
TAL 1/06 Part 4 General principles of traffic control by light signals. Part 4 of 4 2006 Green
TAL 1/06 (ITS) Understanding the benefits and costs of intelligent transport systems - a toolkit approach 2006 Green
TAL 2/06 Speed assessment framework: balancing safety and mobility objectives on rural single carriageway roads 2006 Green
TAL 3/06 High occupancy vehicle lanes 2006 Green
TAL 01/07 Emergency services traffic calming schemes: Code of practice 2007 Green
TAL 02/07 Use of bus lanes by motorcycles 2007 Green
TAL 01/08 Wig-wag signals 2008 Green
TAL 01/09 Compact MOVA 2009 Green
TAL 02/09 Integration of pedestrian traffic signal control within SCOOT-UTC systems 2009 Green
TAL 01/11 Vehicle security barriers within the streetscape 2011 Red
TAL 01/11 Vehicle security barriers within the streetscape (as amended October 2017) 2011 Green
TAL 02/11 Portable traffic signals for the control of vehicular traffic 2011 Amber
TAL 03/11 Signal-controlled pedestrian facilities at portable traffic signals 2011 Red
TAL 03/11 Signal-controlled pedestrian facilities at portable traffic signals 2011 Red
TAL 03/11 Signal-controlled pedestrian facilities at portable traffic signals (revised December 2015) 2015 Green
TAL 04/11 Temporary traffic signs for special events 2011 Green
TAL 05/11 Quality audit 2011 Green
TAL 01/12 Traffic signs (amendment) (No. 2) regulations and general directions 2011 2012 Green
TAL 01/13 Reducing sign clutter 2013 Red
TAL 02/13 Bollard and pedestrian movement 2013 Red
TAL 02/13 (rev Nov 2016) Bollards and pedestrian movement 2016 Red
TAL 02/13 Bollards and pedestrian movement (as amended October 2017) 2016 Green
TAL 03/13 Traffic bollards and low level traffic signs 2013 Green
TAL 01/14 Quick guide to temporary white on red signs at road and street works 2014 Green
TAL 02/14 Using the core and vac technique at road works 2014 Green
TAL 03/14 Using hydraulically bound mixtures at road works 2014 Green
TAL 04/14 Using cementitious mixtures at road works 2014 Green
TAL 05/14 Using temporary backfill at road works 2014 Green
TAL 06/14 Using road plates at road works 2014 Red
TAL 06/14 Using road plates at road works (as amended Nov 2016) 2014 Green
TAL 07/14 Mapping underground assets 2014 Green
TAL 08/14 Extended working hours at road works 2014 Green
TAL 01/15 Variable message signs 2015 Green
TAL 01/16 Influence of bollards on pedestrian evacuation flow 2016 Red
TAL 01/16 Influence of bollards on pedestrian evacuation flow (as amended October 2017) 2016 Green
TAL ITS 7/02 New technology for transport 2002 Green
TAL ITS 1/03 ITS in local government 2003 Green
TAL ITS 2/03 What can ITS deliver. The benefits of investing in ITS 2003 Green
TAL ITS 3/03 Integrated systems - a generic approach 2003 Green
TAL ITS 4/03 Parking guidance and information 2003 Green
TAL ITS 5/03 Public transport priority 2003 Green
TAL ITS 6/03 Access control 2003 Green
TAL ITS 7/03 Public transport information 2003 Green
TAL ITS 8/03 Traffic and traveller information services 2003 Green
TAL ITS 9/03 Community transport 2003 Green
TAL ITS 10/03 Freight management 2003 Green
TAL ITS 11/03 ITS in Bristol - VIVALDI 2003 Green
TAL ITS 12/03 Lincoln - InterConnect flexible bus services 2003 Green
TAL ITS 13/03 Leicester - Star Trak real time information system 2003 Green
TN 30/2003 Production of the TTS-based best value performance indicator report for BV96 - condition of principal roads 2003 Amber
TSM Chapter 1 Introduction 1982 Amber
TSM Chapter 1 Introduction 2018 Green
TSM Chapter 1 Introduction (2004 amendment) 1982 Red
TSM Chapter 2 (draft) Traffic signs manual chapter 2 determination of x-height 2009 Green
TSM Chapter 2 (draft) Primary route destinations in England by region (draft) 2009 Green
TSM Chapter 3 Regulatory signs 2008 Red
TSM Chapter 3 Regulatory signs 2008 Red
TSM Chapter 3 Regulatory signs 2019 Green
TSM Chapter 4 Warning signs 2003 Red
TSM Chapter 4 Warning signs 2004 Red
TSM Chapter 4 Warning signs 2013 Red
TSM Chapter 4 Warning signs 2018 Green
TSM Chapter 4 Warning signs (2008 reprint) 2004 Red
TSM Chapter 5 Road markings 2003 Red
TSM Chapter 5 Road markings 2003 Red
TSM Chapter 5 Road markings 2003 Amber

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  • The document has likely been withdrawn by the publisher, also the meta data presented here may be out of date as it is no longer being maintained by the editorial teams at NBS.