Traffic signs review: Traffic signs regulations and general directions 2015: Impact assessment (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. The impact assessment sets the context for the review and presents the impacts of the preferred option for amending the regulations.
Superseded by: Traffic signs regulations and general directions 2015: consultation response, DFT 2014.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 consultation impact assessment. DfT00282. The consultation package comprises: a consultation document, a draft statutory instrument, a circular and a research document.
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.
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