Regulatory signs Lessons Note subject 4

Regulatory signs inform drivers of traffic laws and regulations. Road users must obey all instructions on regulatory signs.

Shared Zone

You must not exceed the speed shown, and you must give way to all pedestrians (i.e. pedestrians have total priority over other traffic).

End of Shared Zone Hand Held Stop Sign (for roadworks) No Buses / Trucks / Pedestrians / Bicycles

Buses / Trucks / Pedestrians / Bicycles are not allowed beyond this sign.

No Entry

You should not drive beyond this sign

Railway Crossbuck

This sign indicates a railway crossing. You should be very careful when you proceed and follow any supplementray signs.

T2 Transit Lane Restriction (2 people or more (1 driver, 1 passenger))

This sign indicates you are only allowed to drive in the transit lane if there are 2 or more people in the vehicle including the driver. Hours of operation may apply, meaning the restriction applies for those times only (e.g. between 6am-10m Monday-Friday)

T3 Transit Lane Restriction (3 people or more (1 driver, 2 passengers))

This sign indicates you are only allowed to drive in transit lane if there are 3 or more people in the vehicle including the driver. Hours of operation may apply, meaning the restriction applies for those times only (e.g. between 6am-10am Monday-Friday)

End of T3 Transit Lane Buses Only/Bicycles Only Bicycle/Bus/Truck Lane Shared Path Separated Path Give Way to Buses.

This sign indicates you must give way to a bus signalling to enter the traffic flow on roads in built-up areas

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