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Regulatory signs, Warning signs and Highway or Guide signs Standard signs accepted by Department of Rural Roads

Regulatory signs Department of Rural Roads standard

Regulatory Sign: Stop sign (Department of Rural Roads Standards)
1-1
“Stop”
Regulatory Sign: Stop sign (Department of Rural Roads Standards)
1-1/1
“Stop”
Regulatory Sign:  Give Way
1-2
” Give Way”
Regulatory Sign: Give Way
1-2/1
“Give Way”
Regulatory Sign: “Give Way to Oncoming Traffic” Drivers of vehicles must stop at the sign to allow the oncoming traffic to pass first. If there is a vehicle in the front, driver must wait their turn, until all oncoming traffic has passed, then proceed with caution.
1-3
“Give way to oncoming vehicles”
Regulatory Sign: “No Overtaking” Drivers of vehicle are not allowed to overtake any vehicle in then front in the designated area from the sign.
1-4
” No Overtaking “
Regulatory Sign: “No Entry” All vehicles are prohibited from entering the signage area. (Department of Rural Roads Standards)
1-5
“No Entry”
Regulatory Sign: “No Right U-turn” Making a u-turn to the right is not allowed in the signage area.
1-6
“No right U-turn”
Regulatory Sign: “No Left U-turn” Making a u-turn to the left is not allowed in the signage area.
1-7
“No left U-turn”
Regulatory Sign: “No Left Turn” Making a left turn is not allowed in the signage area.
1-8
” No Left Turn”
Regulatory Sign: “No Right Turn” Making a right turn is not allowed in the signage area.
1-9
” No Right Turn”
Regulatory Sign: No changing to left lane
1-10
“No changing to left lane”
Regulatory Sign: No changing to right lane
1-11
“No changing to right lane”
Regulatory Sign: No right turn nor U-turn
1-12
“No right turn nor U-turn”
Regulatory Sign: No Left Turn nor U-turn
1-13
“No Left Turn nor U-turn”
Regulatory Sign: “No Access to Cars” Cars are prohibited to enter the signage area.
1-14
“No Cars”
Regulatory Sign: “Closed to Trucks” Trucks are prohibited to enter the signage area.
1-15
“No Trucks”
Regulatory Sign:  “Closed to Motorcycles” Motorcycles are prohibited to enter the signage area.
1-16
“No Motorcycles”
Regulatory Sign: “No Trailers Allowed” All trailer trucks or semi-trailer trucks are prohibited to enter the signage area.
1-17
“No Trailers”
Regulatory Sign:  “Closed to Tuk Tuks” Tuk Tuks are prohibited to enter the signage area.
1-18
“No Tuk Tuk”
Regulatory Sign: “Closed to Tricycles” Tricycles are prohibited to enter the signage area.
1-19
“No Tricycles”
Regulatory Sign: “Closed to Bicycles” Bicycles are prohibited to enter the signage area.
1-20
“No Bicycles”
Regulatory Sign: “No Push-Carts” Push-carts are prohibited to enter the signage area.
1-21
“No Push-Carts”
Regulatory Sign: “No Agricultural Vehicles” Agricultural vehicles are prohibited to enter the signage area.
1-22
“No Agricultural Vehicles”
Regulatory Sign: No animal-drawn carts
1-23
“No animal-drawn carts”
Regulatory Sign: “Closed to Motorized Vehicles” All motorized vehicles are prohibited to enter the signage area.
1-24
“No Motorcycles and Cars”
Regulatory Sign: “Closed to Bi- or Tri- Cycles” Bicycles, Tricycles, Motorcycles and Tuk Tuk are prohibited to enter the signage area.
1-25
“No Bicycles Motorcycles and Tuk Tuk”
Regulatory Sign: “Closed to Motorized Vehicles” All motorized vehicles are prohibited to enter the signage area.
1-26
“No Motorcycles and Cars”
Regulatory Sign: “No Honking” Loud noise or any act to create loud noise is prohibited in the signage area.
1-27
“No Honking”
Regulatory Sign: No Pedestrians
1-28
“No Pedestrians”
Regulatory Sign: “No Parking” Drivers of vehicles are not allowed to park along the signage area, except for dropping of or picking up persons or items without delay.
1-29
“No Parking”
Regulatory Sign: “No Stopping” Drivers of vehicles are not allowed to stop or park their vehicle in the signage area.
1-30
“No Stopping”
Regulatory Sign: “Police Check Point” Drivers of vehicles must stop at this sign for police officer investigation and proceed after receiving permission from the police officer.
1-31
“Police Check Point”
Regulatory Sign: “Maximum Speed Limit” Drivers of vehicles are prohibited to exceed the speed limit specified on the sign, until they reach the end of the signage area.
1-32
“Maximum Speed Limit”
Regulatory Sign: “Maximum Weight Limit” Vehicles, which weigh more than the weight limit specified on the sign, are not allowed to entry the signage area. The weight limit is calculated from weight of the vehicle combines with its carrying load in metric tons.
1-33
“Maximum Weight Limit”
Regulatory Sign: “Maximum Width Limit” Vehicles, which its width exceeding the width limit specified on the sign in meter, are not allowed to enter the signage area.
1-34
“Maximum Width Limit”
Regulatory Sign: “Maximum Height Limit” Vehicles, which its height exceeding the width limit specified on the sign in meter, are not allowed to enter the signage area.
1-35
“Maximum Height Limit”
Regulatory Sign: Maximum vehicle length
1-36
“Maximum vehicle length”
Regulatory Sign: “Straight Ahead Only” Drivers of vehicles must go straight head in the indicated direction only. (Department of Rural Roads Standards)
1-37
“Straight Ahead Only”
Regulatory Sign: “Left Traffic Only” Drivers of vehicles must drive to the left only. (Department of Rural Roads Standards)
1-38
“Left Traffic Only”
Regulatory Sign: “Right Traffic Only” Drivers of vehicles must drive to the right only. (Department of Rural Roads Standards)
1-39
“Right Traffic Only”
Regulatory Sign: “Keep Left” Drivers of vehicles must drive to the left of the sign. (Department of Rural Roads Standards)
1-40
“Keep Left”
Regulatory Sign: “Keep Right” Drivers of vehicles must drive to the right of the sign. (Department of Rural Roads Standards)
1-41
“Keep Right
Regulatory Sign: Pass on either side. (Department of Rural Roads Standards)
1-42
“Pass on either side”
Regulatory Sign: “Left Turn” Drivers of vehicles are allowed to make a left turn. (Department of Rural Roads Standards)
1-43
” Turn Left “
Regulatory Sign: “Right Turn” Drivers of vehicles are allowed to make a right turn. (Department of Rural Roads Standards)
1-44
” Turn Right “
Regulatory Sign: Turn left or right. (Department of Rural Roads Standards)
1-45
“Turn left or right”
Regulatory Sign: Go straight or turn left. (Department of Rural Roads Standards)
1-46
“Go straight or turn left”
Regulatory Sign: Go straight or turn right. (Department of Rural Roads Standards)
1-47
“Go straight or turn right”
Regulatory Sign: “Roundabout” All drivers of vehicles must follow the traffic flow to the left (clockwise). Vehicles entering a roundabout must give way to all traffic within the Roundabout first. Additionally, entering vehicles are not allowed to overtake or crosscut the traffic within the roundabout. (Department of Rural Roads Standards)
1-48
“Roundabout”
Regulatory Sign: Buses only (Department of Rural Roads Standards)
1-49
“Buses only”
Regulatory Sign: High occupancy vehicles only. (Department of Rural Roads Standards)
1-50
“High occupancy vehicles only”
Regulatory Sign: Motorcycles only. (Department of Rural Roads Standards)
1-51
“Motorcycles only”
Regulatory Sign: Bicycles only. (Department of Rural Roads Standards)
1-52
“Bicycles only”
Regulatory Sign: Pedestrians only. (Department of Rural Roads Standards)
1-53
“Pedestrians only”
Regulatory Sign: Minimum speed limit. (Department of Rural Roads Standards)
1-54
“Minimum speed limit”
Regulatory Sign: “End of Restricted Area” End of restricted area from the previous regulatory sign. (Department of Rural Roads Standards)
1-55
“End of Restricted Area”

Regulatory sign specifications

Size of standard signs are Ø 60, Ø 75 and Ø 90 cm.

Warning signs and Construction signs Department of Rural Roads standard

Standard sizes of the warning signs 2-1 to 2-60/1, 2-62 and 2-75 are 60 x 60, 75 x 75 and 90 x 90 centimeter.

2-1 Warning Signs “Left Curve” – The way ahead is curve to the left. Drivers should slow down the vehicle, and drive on the left of the road with caution.
2-1
“Left Curve”
2-2 Warning Signs “Right Curve” – The way ahead is curve to the right. Drivers should slow down the vehicle, and drive on the left of the road with caution.
2-2
“Right Curve”
2-3 Warning Signs “Left Turn” – The way ahead is a sharp left turn. Drivers should slow down the vehicle, and drive on the left of the road with caution.
2-3
“Sharp Left Turn”
2-4 Warning Signs “Right Turn” – The way ahead is a sharp right turn. Drivers should slow down the vehicle, and drive on the left of the road with caution.
2-4
“Sharp Right Turn”
2-5 Warning Signs “Left Reverse Curves” – The way ahead curves to the left, and then curves back to the right. Drivers should slow down the vehicle, and drive on the left of the road with caution.
2-5
“Left Reverse Curves”
2-6 Warning Signs “Right Reverse Curves” – The way ahead curves to the right, and then curves back to the left. Drivers should slow down the vehicle, and drive on the left of the road with caution.
2-6
“Right Reverse Curves”
2-7 Warning Signs “Left Reverse Turns” – The way ahead curves sharply to the left, and then curves back to the right. Drivers should slow down the vehicle, and drive on the left of the road with caution.
2-7
“Left Reverse Turns”
2-8 Warning Sign “Right Reverse Turns” – The way ahead curves sharply to the right, and then curves back to the left. Drivers should slow down the vehicle, and drive on the left of the road with caution.
2-8
“Right Reverse Turns”
2-9 Warning Sign “Left Winding Road” – The way ahead is a zig zag road starting on the left. Drivers should slow down the vehicle, and drive on the left of the road with caution.
2-9
“Left Winding Road”
2-10 Warning Sign “Right Winding Road” – The way ahead is a zig zag road starting on the right. Drivers should slow down the vehicle, and drive on the left of the road with caution.
2-10
“Right Winding Road”
2-11 Warning Sign “Crossroad” – A secondary way crosses a main way and form an intersection. Drivers should slow down the vehicle and drive carefully.
2-11
“Crossroad”
2-12 Warning Sign “Y-Symbol Intersection” – Two main ways connect to eachter and form a Y shape intersection ahead. Drivers should slow down the vehicle and drive carefully.
2-12
“Y-Symbol Intersection”
2-13 Signs Warning “90 Degree Side Road Left” – A secondary way branches off the main way on the left ahead. Drivers should slow down the vehicle and drive carefully.
2-13
“90 Degree Side Road Left”
2-14 Signs Warning “90 Degree Side Road Right” – A secondary way branches off the main way on the right ahead. Drivers should slow down the vehicle and drive carefully.
2-14
“90 Degree Side Road Right”
2-15 Signs Warning “T junction Left & Right” – A secondary branches off the main way on the left, following by another secondary way branches off on the right. Drivers are advised to drive cautiously.
2-15
“T junction Left & Right”
2-16 Signs Of Warning “T junction Right & Left” – A secondary branches off the main way on the right, following by another secondary way branches off on the left. Drivers are advised to drive cautiously.
2-16
“T junction Right & Left”
2-17 Signs Warning “Angle Side Road Left” – A secondary way merges with the main way from the left. Drivers are advised to drive cautiously.
2-17
“Angle Side Road Left”
2-18 Signs Warning “Angle Side Road Right” – A secondary way merges with the main way from the right. Drivers are advised to drive cautiously.
2-18
“Angle Side Road Right”
2-19 Signs Warning “Angle Side Road Right”
2-19
“Left Angle Side Road”
2-20 Signs Warning “Angle Side Road Left”
2-20
“Right Angle Side Road”
2-21 Warning Sign “Roundabout” – Roundabout coming up ahead, drivers should slow down the vehicle and drive carefully.
2-21
“Roundabout”
2-22 A Warning Sign “Narrow Lanes” – The way head is narrowed down on both sides. Drivers of vehicles are required to drive more carefully and slowly, as well as trying to not to cause any accident.
2-22
“narrow lanes”
2-23 Signs Of Warning “Left Narrow Lane” – The left lane of the way ahead is narrowed down. Drivers of vehicles are required to drive more carefully and slowly.
2-23
“Left Narrow Lane”
2-24 Signs Of Warning “Right Narrow Lane” – The right lane of the way ahead is narrowed down. Drivers of vehicles are required to drive more carefully and slowly.
2-24
“Right Narrow Lane”
2-25 A Warning Sign “Approaching Narrow Bridge” – Drivers of vehicles is approaching a narrow bridge, in which the lane width is narrower than normal. Drivers are advised to drive slowly and cautiously to avoid potential accident with oncoming traffic. If there are additional signs in close by vicinity, drivers must obey to those signs as well.
2-25
“Approaching Narrow Bridge”
2-26 A Warning Sign "Left lane ends" – The way ahead is closed to traffic on the left. The driver should switch to the remaining lane.
2-26
“Left lane ends”
2-27 A Warning Sign "Right lane ends" – The way ahead is closed to traffic on the right. The driver should switch to the remaining lane.
2-27
“Right lane ends”
2-28 Signs Of Warning “Open Railroad Crossing” – The way ahead is crossed by a railroad without a railway crossing barrier. Drivers of vehicles are advised to slow down the vehicles and observe both right and left carefully before crossing the railway. If a train is approaching, drivers must stop the vehicle at least 5 meters away from the railroad; wait for the train to pass before proceeding. Crosscut the train in a close distance is strictly prohibited.
2-28
“Open Railroad Crossing”
2-29 Signs Of Warning “Secure Railroad Crossing” – Railroad crossing the way ahead with crossing barrier, drivers of vehicles are advised to drive slowly pass this sign and prepare to stop the vehicle, when the officer give signals or closes the barrier. If there are other vehicles ahead, drivers must wait their turn and proceed when the barrier is removed.
2-29
“Secure Railroad Crossing”
2-30 Signs Of Warning “Railway crossing on next side road”
2-30
“Railway crossing on next side road”
2-31 A Warning Sign “Width Restriction” – The sign indicates that the lane width ahead is narrower than normal, with maximum width displayed in “meter” on the sign. Vehicles, which do not exceed the maximum width indicated, can pass through with caution and use slow speed. If there are additional signs in the close vicinity, drivers must obey to those signs as well.
2-31
“Width Restriction”
2-31/1 A Warning Sign “Width Restriction” – The sign indicates that the lane width ahead is narrower than normal, with maximum width displayed in “meter” on the sign. Vehicles, which do not exceed the maximum width indicated, can pass through with caution and use slow speed. If there are additional signs in the close vicinity, drivers must obey to those signs as well.
2-31/1
“Width Restriction”
2-32 A Warning Sign “Height Restriction” – The sign indicates that the way head has low top, with maximum height indicated in “meter” on the sign. Vehicles, which do not exceed the maximum height displayed, can pass through with caution and slow speed.
2-32
“Height Restriction”
2-32/1 A Warning Sign “Height Restriction” – The sign indicates that the way head has low top, with maximum height indicated in “meter” on the sign. Vehicles, which do not exceed the maximum height displayed, can pass through with caution and slow speed.
2-32/1
“Height Restriction”
2-33 Sign Warning “Steep Climb” – The way ahead is a steep climb up hill or mountain, which might obstruct the view of the oncoming traffic. Drive slowly, try to keep to the left of way and be careful of the oncoming traffic.
2-33
“Steep Climb”
2-34 Sign Warning “Steep Descent” – The way ahead is a steep way downhill. Drivers of vehicles are advised to drive slowly, use low gear, and keep to the left of way. The drivers should not release the gear or stop the engine, while the vehicle is going downhill.
2-34
“Steep Descent”
2-35 A Warning Sign “Unequal Road Surface” – The surface of the way ahead changes level immediately, e.g. at a bridge neck, way over a culvert, or speed bump. Drive slowly and carefully.
2-35
“Unequal Road Surface”
2-36 Sign Warning “Uneven Road Surface” – The surface of the way ahead is bumpy or has many ridges. Drive slowly and carefully
2-36
“Uneven Road Surface”
2-37 Sign Warning “Road Dip” –  Forward, change the level suddenly or as a puddles.
2-37
“Road Dip”
2-38 A Warning Sign “Slippery When Wet” – The road is slippery when wet. Drivers of vehicles are required to drive slowly and carefully. Do not use brake immediately. Stopping, slowing down the vehicle and making a turn should be done with extreme care.
2-38 “Slippery When Wet”
2-39 Sign Warning “Loose Gravel” – The surface of the way ahead is loose and might bounce off, if a vehicle runs pass with a high speed. Drive slowly and be careful of accident that might be caused by the loose surface.
2-39 “Loose Gravel”
2-40 A Warning Sign “Falling rocks” – The road ahead might have rocks that have fallen into the surface. Used to warn the driver to be careful that The road ahead may be dangerous. From the rock that had fallen Or stones that obstruct the driveway.
2-40 “Falling rocks”
2-41 A Warning Sign “Moveable Bridge Ahead” – A moveable bridge, which can be moved to allow passage way for a boat or a ship, is coming up ahead. Drivers of vehicles are advised to drive slowly and carefully stop the vehicle, when an officer opens the Bascule bridge, in order to avoid any possible accident with other vehicles in front and behind.
2-41 “Moveable Bridge Ahead”
2-42 A Warning Sign “Shift to left carriageway” – To warn the driver, be aware that the intersection or the barrier is open forward, changing the lanes to the left of the barrier. Breaking down traffic or barrier breaking the traffic lanes.
2-42
“Shift to left carriageway”
2-43 A Warning Sign “Shift to right carriageway” – To warn the driver, be aware that the intersection or the barrier is open forward, changing the lanes to the right of the barrier. Breaking down traffic or barrier breaking the traffic lanes.
2-43
“Shift to right carriageway”
2-44 A Warning Sign “Added lane ahead" – The main road ahead has openings in frontage road. Let the driver on the main road be careful And prepare to be frontage road.
2-44
“Added lane ahead”
2-45 A Warning Sign “Added lane ahead" – The main road ahead has openings in frontage road. Let the driver on the main road be careful And prepare to be frontage road.
2-45
“Added lane ahead”
2-46 Work Signs “Merge-Left” – The way ahead will be merged from the left. Drivers of vehicles must drive slowly and be careful
2-46
“Merge-Left”
2-47 Work Signs “Merge-Right” – The way ahead will be merged from the right. Drivers of vehicles must drive slowly and be careful.
2-47
“Merge-Right”
2-48 Sign Warning “Divided Highway” – The way ahead is a divided highway with two directions traffic are separated by a central barrier or strip of land. Drivers of vehicles are advised to keep left and be careful.
2-48
“Divided Highway Begins”
2-49 Sign Warning “Divided Highway Ends” – The way ahead is a single carriage way without central barrier or median. Drivers of vehicles are advised to drive slowly, keep left, and be cautious of the oncoming traffic.
2-49
“Divided Highway Ends”
2-50 Sign Warning “Right hairpin curve road” – The road ahead has a u-turn on the right side. To remind the driver on the highway, be aware that the road ahead will have a mid opening or the main road to the frontage road to u-turn the car. The rider who wants to u-turn the car will be prepared to enter the correct traffic channel and slow down.
2-50
“Right hairpin curve road”
2-51 Sign Warning “Left hairpin curve road” – The road ahead has a u-turn on the Left side. To remind the driver on the highway, be aware that the road ahead will have a mid opening or the main road to the frontage road to u-turn the car. The rider who wants to u-turn the car will be prepared to enter the correct traffic channel and slow down.
2-51
“Left hairpin curve road”
2-52 Sign Warning “Two Way Traffic” – The way ahead has two directions traffic. Drivers of vehicles must drive slowly, keep left and be cautious of the oncoming traffic.
2-52
“Two Way Traffic”
2-53 Signs Of Warning “Traffic Light Ahead” – Traffic light coming up ahead, drivers of vehicles are required to slow down the vehicle to prepare to follow the traffic light.
2-53
“Traffic Light Ahead”
2-54 Signs Of Warning “Stop Ahead” – Stop sign coming up ahead, drivers of vehicles should get ready to stop their vehicles at the regulatory sign ahead.
2-54
“Stop Ahead”
2-54/1 Signs Of Warning “Stop Ahead” – Stop sign coming up ahead, drivers of vehicles should get ready to stop their vehicles at the regulatory sign ahead.
2-54/1
“Stop Ahead”
2-55 Signs Of Warning “Give way ahead” – The front side has a badge to be mounted to the driver, ready to give you a way to get directions.
2-55
“Give way ahead”
2-55/1 Signs Of Warning “Give way ahead” – The front side has a badge to be mounted to the driver, ready to give you a way to get directions.
2-55/1
“Give way ahead”
2-56 Work Signs “Pedestrian Crossing” – Pedestrian crossing or community area with people crossing the road on a regular basis, is coming up ahead. Drivers of vehicles must drive slowly and be careful of pedestrians. If there is a pedestrian waiting to cross the road, drivers must wait for the pedestrian to cross first.
2-56
“Pedestrian Crossing”
2-57 Work Signs “School Crossing” – There is a school in close vicinity, drivers must slow down the vehicles and be cautious of any accident that may happen to the students. If there are students waiting to cross the road, drivers must wait for the students to cross first. If it is during school hours, loud noises are prohibited near the school area.
2-57
“School Crossing”
2-58 Work Signs “Beware of Cattle” – There might be cattle crossing the road. Drivers must drive slowly and carefully.
2-58
“Beware of Cattle”
2-59 Work Signs “Low-flying aircraft” – At the front, approach the airport, or there may be a low-rise aircraft to the driver, stop the car if you see the plane is up or down through the front.
2-59
“Low-flying aircraft”
2-60 Work Signs “Danger” – The road ahead may be dangerous. Used to warn drivers of temporary hazards on highways, such as car accidents. Road erosion from flooding With trees falling in the way There is a repair of the wiring straddling the traffic surface.
2-60
“Danger”
2-60/1 Work Signs “Danger” – The road ahead may be dangerous. Used to warn drivers of temporary hazards on highways, such as car accidents. Road erosion from flooding With trees falling in the way There is a repair of the wiring straddling the traffic surface.
2-60/1
“Danger”
2-62 Work Signs “Double Arrow” – There is traffic island or central barrier. Vehicles can pass by both left and right side of the sign.
2-62
“Double Arrow”
2-75 Warning Sign “T-Symbol Intersection” – Two main ways connect to each other and form and intersection ahead. Drivers should slow down the vehicle and drive carefully.
2-75
“T-junction ahead”
2-61 Construction Signs “No Passing Zone” – This sign is installed on the right of the way, meaning that in the particular zone has limited view of traffic. Drivers may not see the oncoming traffic, if the drivers would like to overtake the vehicle in front.
2-61
“No Passing Zone”
75 x 100 cm.
2-64 Construction Signs “Curve marker” – Multiple chevrons are aligned pointing to the right.
2-64
“Curve marker”
35 x 98 cm.
2-67 Construction Signs “Curve marker” – Multiple chevrons are aligned pointing to the right.
2-67
“Curve marker”
35 x 98 cm.
2-69 Construction Signs “Curve marker” – Multiple chevrons are aligned pointing to the right.
2-69
“Curve marker”
35 x 178 cm.
2-65 Warning Signs Danger “One Direction Arrow” – The way is diverted in the direction of the arrow. Drivers must drive slowly and carefully.
2-65
“One Direction Arrow”
60 x 120 /
90 x 180 cm.
2-68 Work Signs “One Direction Arrow” – The way is diverted in the direction of the arrow. Drivers must drive slowly and carefully.
2-68
“One Direction Arrow”
60 x 120 /
90 x 180 cm.
2-70 Work Signs “Two Direction Arrow” – The way is diverted in the direction of the arrow. Drivers must drive slowly and carefully.
2-70
“Two Direction Arrow”
60 x 120 /
90 x 180 cm.
2-63 Warning Danger Signs “Direction Warning Sign” – The way is diverted in the direction of the arrow. Drivers must drive slowly and carefully.
2-63
“Direction Warning Sign”
60 x 75 cm.
2-66 Warning Danger Signs “Direction Warning Sign” – The way is diverted in the direction of the arrow. Drivers must drive slowly and carefully.
2-66
“Direction Warning Sign”
60 x 75 cm.
2-71 Warning Danger Signs “Direction Warning Sign” - The way is diverted in the direction of the arrow. Drivers must drive slowly and carefully.
2-71 “Hazard marker”
45 x 75 cm.
2-72 Warning Danger Signs “Direction Warning Sign” – The way is diverted in the direction of the arrow. Drivers must drive slowly and carefully.
2-72 “Hazard marker”
60 x 75 cm.
2-73 Warning Danger Signs “Direction Warning Sign” – The way is diverted in the direction of the arrow. Drivers must drive slowly and carefully.
2-73 “Hazard marker”
60 x 75 cm.
2-74 Warning Danger Signs “Zipper merge” – The way ahead has fewer road lanes (Zipper merge). Late merge with more than two lanes in right-hand side traffic. The merging of three to two lanes makes a pattern which is more complicated than the one that is made by the merging of two to one lane.
2-74
“Zipper merge”
90 x 110 cm.
2-74/1 Warning Danger Signs “Zipper merge” – The way ahead has fewer road lanes (Zipper merge). Late merge with more than two lanes in right-hand side traffic. The merging of three to two lanes makes a pattern which is more complicated than the one that is made by the merging of two to one lane.
2-74/1
“Zipper merge”
90 x 125 cm.

Supplementary warning sign

Additional signs are used together with warning signs to elaborate meaning, limit and length of the way ahead.

Danger Warning Signs “Traffic Light Ahead
“Traffic Light Ahead”
75 x 60 /
90 x 60 cm.
Danger Warning Signs “Traffic Light --- Meter Ahead”
“Traffic Light — Meter Ahead”
60 x 50 /
75 x 60 cm.
Danger Warning Signs “Beware of Right Traffic”
“Beware of Right Traffic”
60 x 50 /
75 x 60 cm.
Danger Warning Signs “Beware of Left Traffic”
“Beware of Left Traffic”
60 x 50 /
75 x 60 cm.
Danger Warning Signs “Speed Hump”
“Speed Hump”
60 x 50 /
75 x 60 cm.
Danger Warning Signs “Uneven road surface ahead for --- Km”
“Uneven road surface ahead for — Km”
75 x 60 /
90 x 60 cm.
Traffic Warning “Two Way Traffic”
“Two Way Traffic”
60 x 50 /
75 x 60 cm.
Traffic Warning “Up Hill …. Km”
“Up Hill — Km”
60 x 50 /
75 x 60 cm.
Traffic Warning “Down Hill … Km”
“Down Hill — Km”
60 x 50 /
75 x 60 cm.
Traffic Warning “Use Low Gear”
“Use Low Gear”
60 x 50 /
75 x 60 cm.
Road Safety Signs “Winding Road”
“Winding Road”
75 x 60 /
90 x 60 cm.
Road Safety Signs “Slippery When Wet”
“Slippery When Wet”
60 x 50 /
75 x 60 cm.
Road Safety Signs “School Zone”
“School Zone”
60 x 50 /
30 x 50 /
40 x 60 /
75 x 60 cm.
Warning Signs Danger “Accident Ahead” – There is an accident ahead, there might be a vehicle or object obstructing the road.
“Accident Ahead”
80 x 120 cm.
Warning Signs Danger “Use Low Gear”
“Use Low Gear”
60 x 120 cm.
Warning Danger Signs “City Limit Reduce Speed
“City Limit Reduce Speed”
75 x 120 cm.
Warning Danger Signs “City Limit Reduce Speed
“City Limit Reduce Speed”
150 x 180 cm.
Warning sign “Advisory speed limit”
“Advisory speed limit”
60 x 120 cm.
Warning sign “Advisory speed limit”
“Advisory speed limit”
45 x 45 /
60 x 60 cm.
Warning sign “U-turn Ahead” – There is a u-turn ahead.
“U-turn Ahead”
60 x 100 cm.

Construction signs

Standard sizes of the Construction signs 2.1-1 to 2.1-24 are 60 x 60, 75 x 75 and 90 x 90 centimeter.

2.1-1 Construction sign – Road survey ahead.
2.1-1
“Survey”
2.1-2 Construction sign – Construction ahead.
2.1-2
“Construction”
2.1-3 Construction Signs “Road Work” – There are workers working close to or on the road surface.
2.1-3
“Road Work”
2.1-4 Construction Signs “Machine Working” – The way ahead has machines working on the road side or may occasionally obtrude the road surface.
2.1-4
“Machine Working”
2.1-5 Construction Signs “Road Diversion Left” – The way ahead is under construction. Traffic direction is diverted; use alternative way on the left instead.
2.1-5
“Road Diversion Left”
2.1-6 Construction Signs “Road Diversion Right” – The way ahead is under construction. Traffic direction is diverted; use alternative way on the right instead.
2.1-6
“Road Diversion Right”
2.1-7 Construction sign – Diverted traffic to left.
2.1-7
“Diverted traffic to left”
2.1-8 Construction sign – Diverted traffic to right.
2.1-8
“Diverted traffic to right”
2.1-9 Construction sign – Diverted traffic to left (two lanes).
2.1-9
“Diverted traffic to left (two lanes)”
2.1-10 Construction sign – Diverted traffic to right (two lanes).
2.1-10
“Diverted traffic to right (two lanes)”
2.1-11 Construction sign – Diverted traffic (one lane on left).
2.1-11
“Diverted traffic (one lane on left)”
2.1-12 Construction sign – Diverted traffic (one lane on right).
2.1-12
“Diverted traffic (one lane on right)”
2.1-13 Construction sign – Diverted traffic, first to left.
2.1-13
“Diverted traffic, first to left”
2.1-14 Construction sign – Diverted traffic, first to right.
2.1-14
“Diverted traffic, first to right”
2.1-15 Construction sign – Diverted traffic, first to left, 2 lanes.
2.1-15
“Diverted traffic, first to left, 2 lanes”
2.1-16 Construction sign – Diverted traffic, first to right, 2 lanes.
2.1-16
“Diverted traffic, first to right, 2 lanes”
2.1-17 Construction sign – Diverted traffic, first to left, 3 lanes.
2.1-17
“Diverted traffic, first to left, 3 lanes”
2.1-18 Construction sign – Diverted traffic, first to right, 3 lanes.
2.1-18
“Diverted traffic, first to right, 3 lanes”
2.1-19 Construction sign – End of left lane (form 1 lane).
2.1-19
“End of left lane (form 1 lane)”
2.1-20 Construction sign – End of right lane (form 1 lane).
2.1-20
“End of right lane (form 1 lane)”
2.1-21 Construction sign – End of left lane (form 2 lanes).
2.1-21
“End of left lane (form 2 lanes)”
2.1-22 Construction sign – End of right lane (form 2 lanes).
2.1-22
“End of right lane (form 2 lanes)”
2.1-23 Construction sign – End of left lanes (form 1 lane).
2.1-23
“End of left lanes (form 1 lane)”
2.1-24 Construction sign – End of right lanes (form 1 lane).
2.1-24
“End of right lanes (form 1 lane)”
2.1-25 Construction sign "Curve marker" – Used to install the traffic-changing areas in the direction pointing to the driver pedestrian slow down and increase alertness.
2.1-25
“Curve marker”

Construction sign

2.1-25 and 2.1-26

60 x 120 cm.

2.1-26 Construction sign "Curve marker" – Used to install the traffic-changing areas in the direction pointing to the driver pedestrian slow down and increase alertness.
2.1-26
“Curve marker”

Highway or Guide signs Department of Rural Roads standard

Department of Rural Roads sign 80 x 100 cm. and 100 x 120 cm.
3-1
Department of Rural Roads sign
Department of Rural Roads sign 3-1/1 60, 75 and 90 cm.
3-1/1
Department of Rural Roads sign
 Destination sign 75 x 210 cm
3-2
Destination sign
Distance sign  75 x 180 cm
3-3
Distance sign
Guide sign 75 x 210 cm
3-4
Guide sign
Village sign 60 x 180 cm
3-5
Village sign
River or Canal sign  40 x 120 cm
3-6
River sign or Canal sign
Destination sign 40 x 180 cm
3-7
Destination sign
Department of Rural Roads 20 x 80 cm
3-8
Department of Rural Roads sign
Destination sign 60 x 180 cm
3-9
Destination sign
Pedestrian crossing  60 x 60 cm or 90 x 90 cm
3-10
Pedestrian crossing sign
Lane Ahead 40 x 60 cm
Lane Ahead sign
Bicycles  keep left 60 x 80 cm
Bicycles keep left sign
Tourist sign 90 x 120 cm
Tourist sign
Parking sign 60 x 60 cm
Parking sign
Hospital sign 60 x 60 cm and 40 x 60 cm
Hospital sign
U-turn 60 x 100 cm
U-turn sign
U-turn 60 x 100 cm
U-turn sign
Rest area sign  90 x 120 cm
Rest area sign
Rest area sign  90 x 120 cm
Rest area sign
Historical sites and Places of worship 90 x 120 cm
Historical sites and Places of worship sign
Historical sites and Places of worship 90 x 120 cm
Historical sites and Places of worship sign
Advance scenic area distance 120 x 180 cm
Advance scenic area distance sign
Scenic area exit direction (left) 120 x 180 cm
Scenic area exit direction (left) sign
Scenic area exit direction (right) 120 x 180 cm
Scenic area exit direction (right) sign
Directional arrow sign 3.1-1
3.1-1
Directional arrow sign 3.1-2
3.1-2
Directional arrow sign 3.1-3
3.1-3
Directional arrow sign 3.1-4
3.1-4
Arrow sign 3.1-5
3.1-5
Arrow sign 3.1-6
3.1-6
Arrow sign 3.1-7
3.1-7
Arrow sign 3.1-8
3.1-8
Arrow sign 3.1-9
3.1-9
Arrow sign 3.1-10
3.1-10
Arrow sign 3.1-11
3.1-11
Arrow sign 3.1-12
3.1-12
Directional arrow traffic sign 3.1-13
3.1-13
Directional arrow traffic sign 3.1-14
3.1-14

Standard sizes of the Directional arrow signs number 3.1-1 to 3.1-14 are 40 x 60, 50 x 75 และ 60 x 90 cm.

Tourist Attractions road sign

Tourist Attraction road sign 75 x 180 cm

Green tourist signs: Natural

Green tourist signs: Golf Courses
Golf Courses
Green tourist signs: Grape Farm
Grape Farm
Green tourist signs: Accommodation
Accommodation
Green tourist signs: Resort
Resort
Green tourist signs: สวนสัตว์
Zoo
Green tourist signs: Mountain
Mountain
Green tourist signs: Cliff
Cliff
Green tourist signs: Cave
Cave 
Green tourist signs: Sea
Sea
Green tourist signs: Waterfall
Waterfall
Green tourist signs: Fountain
Fountain
Green tourist signs: Dam
Dam
Green tourist signs: Beach
Beach
Green tourist signs: River
River
Green tourist signs: Island
Island
Green tourist signs: Park
Park

Brown tourist signs: Archaeological site

Brown tourist signs: archaeological site
archaeological site
Brown tourist signs: Temple
Temple
Brown tourist signs: Shrine
Shrine
Brown tourist signs: Buddhism
Buddhism
Brown tourist signs: Islam
Islam
Brown tourist signs: Christianity
Christianity

Blue tourist signs: Activities

Blue tourist signs: Research institute
Research institute
Blue tourist signs: Monument
Monument
Blue tourist signs: Stadium
Stadium
Blue tourist signs: Arts and Crafts Centre
Arts and Crafts Centre
Blue tourist signs: Museum
Museum
Blue tourist signs: Park
Park
Blue tourist signs: Frontier
Frontier
Blue tourist signs: Market
Market
Blue tourist signs: Farm
Farm

The standard size of tourist signs is 40 x 40 cm.

Traffic signs Department of Rural Roads standards

Rural traffic signs clients

TRAFFIC SIGN