The traffic signs regulations and general directions 2016 (consultation package)
Part of the 2016 consultation package and presenting the draft statutory instrument forming the legislative framework. The consultation seeks views for further policy change and the creation of TSRGD 2016. The traffic signs for road users will remain unchanged but the legislative framework they are based on is reviewed. This follows on from consultations in 2011 and 2014. The changes relate to: temporary signs with remove by dates, tackling traffic sign clutter, TROs for unrestricted parking bays, retro-reflective signs for street lit areas, variable message signs, tunnels, imperial and metric units of measurement, route number brackets and to permit road studs to use light emitting diodes.
Superseded by: Traffic signs regulations and general directions 2016: consultation response, (DfT 2015). The consultation package comprises: The consultation document, this draft statutory instrument and an impact assessment. Consultation closed: 6 October 2015.
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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