UK Signage Standards
Chapter 8 – Part 1: Design
This document, Part 1: Design, provides guidance for those responsible for the design of temporary traffic management arrangements which should be implemented to facilitate maintenance activities or in response to temporary situations. It contains advice relating to traffic safety measures, and the identity and location of the traffi c signs needed to guide road users, including pedestrians, safely past obstructions in temporary situations.
Chapter 8 – Part 2: Operations
This document, Part 2: Operations, provides guidance for those responsible for planning, managing, and participating in operations to implement, maintain and remove temporary traffic management arrangements. It contains advice relating to good working practice spanning all aspects of temporary traffi c management operations from broad management issues to issues involving the activities of individual operatives.
Safety at Street Works and Road Works
This Code of Practice is intended to help you to safely carry out signing, lighting and guarding of street works and road works on all highways and roads, except motorways and any dual carriageways with a speed limit of 50 mph or more. This Code is directed at operatives, supervisors, managers, planners and designers who are responsible for making sure that all street and road works are safe for both operatives and the public.
The Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2002
This Instrument consolidates with substantial amendments the Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 1994 and their amending instruments. Part I comprises the Traffic Signs Regulations 2002 and their 19 Schedules and Part II consists of the Traffic Signs General Directions 2002 which have one Schedule.
Traffic Signs Regulations Northern Ireland – 1997
These regulations revoke and re-enact with amendments the Traffic Signs Regulations (Northern Ireland) I 979 (S .R. 1979 No. 386) ancI all subsequent amending regulations and the Traffic Signs (Weight Check) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1989 (S.R. 1989 No. 243).
ROI Signage Standards
Chapter 3 – Variable Message Signs
This Chapter provides information and guidance on the various types of Variable Message Sign (VMS) that are available for use on roads in Ireland. It includes signs that consist wholly of variable message elements and those where the variable message forms only part of a larger sign.
Chapter 4 – Other Information Signs
This Chapter provides details of the information signs (other than directional information signs – see Chapter 2) which may be used on roads in Ireland, including their layouts and symbols, the circumstances in which each sign may be used and guidance on positioning them. Signs to tourist attractions and destinations and cycle route signs are included in this chapter.
Chapter 8 – Temporary Traffic Measures & Signs for Roadworks
This Chapter outlines the temporary traffic management (TTM) to be used at work sites on public roads to warn, instruct and guide road users in a safe progression through or around a work site. It also describes the signs to be used at roadworks.