Special regulation sign

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Special regulation signs are road signs which are used to indicate a regulation or danger warning applying to one or more traffic lanes, indicate to lanes reserved for buses, indicate the beginning or end of a built-up area or signs having zonal validity.

Special regulation signs are usually square or rectangle with a blue ground and a light coloured symbol or inscription or with a light coloured ground and a dark coloured symbol or inscription.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Vienna Convention on Road Signs and Signals (PDF). United Nations Economic and Social Council. 6 June 1978. p. 44–46. Retrieved 2007-09-14.