Traffic Signs

Light Signals Controlling Traffic
Traffic Light Signal
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Red means ‘Stop’ way behind the stop line behind the carriage way Red and Amber also mean ‘Stop’ Don’t Pass through or start until Green shows GREEN means you may go on if the way is clear. Take special care if you intend to turn left or right and give way to pedestrians who are crossing AMBER means ‘Stop’ at the stop line. You may go on only if the AMBER appears after you have crossed the stop line or are so close to it that to pull up might cause an accident
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A GREEN ARROW may be provided in addition to the full green signal if movement in a certain direction is allowed before or after the full green phase. If the way is clear you may go but only in the direction shown by the arrow. You may do this whatever other lights may be showing At level crossings, lifting bridges, airfields, fire stations etc.

Motorway Signals & Signs

Motorways Signals
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Don’t proceed further in this lane Change lane  Reduced visibility ahead Lane ahead closed
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 Leave motorway at next exit  Temporary maximum speed limit End of restriction End of restriction
11
Temporary maximum speed limit and information message
    Lane Control Signals
16a
Green Arrow – Lane available to the traffic facing the sign
Red Crosses – Lane closed for the traffic facing the sign
While Diagonal Arrow – Change lanes in directions shown
16b
  Warning Signal
Route Markers
17 18 19 20
Motorway Provincial Road National Highway District Road
Motorway Direction Signs
21 22
Overhead Direction Signs 2 Km before exit Overhead Direction Sign 100 meter before exit.
 27 23 24 28
Motorway ground mounted direction sign Ground mounted sign at the exit of the motorway. Ground mounted direction sign at the junction of link road and slip road. Motorway ground mounted direction sign
25 26
Motorway ground mounted distance sign. Motorway distance sign at national highways and link roads
Motorway Exit Countdown Marker
29a 29c
300M 200M 100M
Countdown markers al motorway exits
Motorway Informatory Signs
30 31 32
Start of motorway and point from which motorway regulations apply Motorway service area sign showing End of motorway
Motorway Emergency Diversion Symbol
33 34                    35             36 37
The four yellow and black symbols depicted above are for use only when an EMERGNCY DIVERSION on the Motorway is in operation. Therefore, the SQUARE would be used to route traffic to one destination Le Rawalpindi, the TRIANGLE would be used to route traffic to Lahore and the DIAMOND & CIRCLE could be used for other destinations if and when appropriate
Signal by Police
Stopping & Beckoning Signals
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Traffic approaching from both front and behind. Traffic approaching from behind. Traffic approaching from the front Beckoning on traffic from the front
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Beckoning on traffic from behind Beckoning on traffic from the side
How to Give Signals to Other Road Users
Indicator Signals
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I intend to move out to the right or turn right I intend to move in to the left or turn left or stop on the left
Signal and Brake Lights
46
I am slowing down or stopping
Manual Signals
47 48
I intend to move out to the right or turn right I intend to move in to the left or turn left
49
I intend to slow down or stop. This signal is particularly important at Zebra crossing to let other road users, including pedestrian, know that you are slowing down or stopping
50 51 52
I want to go straight on I want to turn left I want to turn right
Traffic Signs
Mandatory Signs
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Give Way or stop completely  Stop Slow  Road Closed
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No entry for motor vehicle  Overtaking prohibited No entry tor cycle No entry for motor cycle
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No entry for goods vehicles No entry for pedestrians No entry for animal Drawn vehicle No entry for hand carts
65 66 67 68
No entry for agricultural vehicle No entry for vehicles exceeding width more than 8′-6″ No entry for vehicles exceeding height more than 16′-6″ No entry for vehicles exceeding 7 ton laden weight
69 70 71 72
No entry for vehicles exceeding 6 ton one axle No entry for vehicles exceeding 10 meter in length Overtaking by goods vehicles prohibited Maximum speed limit 5O Km/h
73 74 75 76
No U-turn No entry No left turn No right turn
77 78 79 80
Audible warning devices prohibited  Passing police custom post without stopping Stop for police post  Parking prohibited
81 82 83 84
 End of all prohibitions Imposed  End of speed limit imposed End of prohibition of overtaking Entry to 30 Km/h zone
84 86 82 85
End 0f 30 Km/h zone No stopping (Clearway)  Maximum speed  National speed limit applies
89 90 87 88
 Turn to the left Go straight ahead  Turn to the right Turn to the right
93 94 95 96
Turn to the left  Go straight or left Keep to the right  Keep to the left
97 98 99 100
Compulsory roundabout Lane control sign Dual Carriageway ahead  Dual carriageway end
Warning Signs (Mostly Triangular)
101 102 103 104
Left bend  Right bend Double bend to the right Double bend to the left
105 106 107 108
 Dangerous descent  Steep ascent Carriageway narrow  Swing bridge
109 110 111 112
Road leads on to quay or river bank Un-even road Road dips  Slippery roads
113 114 115 116
Lose gravel Falling rock Pedestrian crossing Children crossing
117 118 119 120
Cyclists Cattle crossing  Wild animal crossing  Road works
121 122 123 124
Light signals Air field Strong cross wind Two way traffic
125 126 127 128
Other dangers Yield to the traffic approaching from the right on the cross road Yield to the traffic approaching from the right on any leg off the intersection Minor cross road
129 130 131 132
Minor cross road from left Minor cross road from right Minor cross roads from right and left, respectively Minor cross roads from left and right, respectively
133 134 135 136
Minor cross road joining from right Minor cross road joining from left Minor road on the right Minor road on the left
137 138 139 140
Major cross road  Narrow bridge  Level crossing (without gate)  Level crossing (with gate)
141 142
Advance danger U-turn
143 144 145 146
Distance to ‘STOP’ line ahead  Junction of bend ahead T-Junction  Distance to ‘Give Way’ line ahead
147 148 149 150
Sharp deviation of route to left (or right if chevrons reversed) Roundabout Plate below some signs Dual carriageway ends
151 152 153 154
Road narrows on right (left if symbol reversed) Road narrows on both sides Two-way traffic crosses one-way road Two-way traffic straight ahead
155 156 157 158
Failure of traffic light signal  Traffic signals  Hump bridge  Side winds
159 160 161 162
 Risk of grounding Light signals ahead at level crossing, air field or bridge Level crossing without barrier Wild horses or ponies
163 164 165
 Accompanied horses or ponies Opening or swing bridge ahead Available width of headroom indicated
166 167 168 169
Overhead electric cable; plate indicates maximum height of vehicles which can pass safely.  Distance to tunnel Soft verges Risk of ice
Informatory Signs
170 171 172 173
Advance direction No through road on the right No through road on the left Dead end road
174 175 176 177
 Direction of place  Direction of airfield Beginning of built up area  End of built up area
178 179 180
 Hospital  One way road One way
181 182 183 184
 Bus stop Parking Parking place indicated Parking place indicated
185 186 187 188
Parking place indicated Parking place indicated Parking place indicated Facility indicated
189 190 191 192
First aid station  Breakdown service Telephone Filling station
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Hotel or motel  Restaurant  Cafeteria Picnic site
197 198 199 200
Starting points for walks Camping site Caravan site Camping and caravan site
201 202 203
Youth hostel Roundabout Ancient monument in the care of national Heritage
204 205a
 Tourist attraction Diversion route
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Hospital ahead with Accident and Emergency facilities  Parking place for towed caravans Tourist Information Point Advance warning of restriction or prohibition ahead
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Appropriate traffic lane at junction ahead
211  213 212 210
Road works 1 Km ahead Slow moving or stationary works vehicle blocking a  traffic lane. Pass  the direction shown by the arrow Temporary lane closure (the number and position of arrows and red bars may be varied according to lanes open and closed End of road works and any temporary restrictions
214 215 216 217
One lane crossover at contra flow road works Signs used on the back of slow moving or stationary vehicles warning lane closed ahead by a works vehicle. There are no cones on the road. Temporary hazard at road works
Road Markings
Carriage Way Markings
217a 217b
Centre line Centre line no overtaking zone
218 219
overtaking allowed If no vehicle approaching from the opposite direction No overtaking zone
220
Lane control marking, traffic in each lane to proceed only to the direction indicated
221 222
Lane closed Stop line
223  224
Give way line  Box junction
225 226
Give way warning  Stop sign warning
227
 Zebra crossing
228 229
 Stop line at ‘STOP’ sign Give way to traffic on major road
230 231 232 233
Double white lines Hazard warning line Lane Line Centre line
234 235 236
No parking
237
Diagonal stripes Edge line No stopping
Miscellaneous Markings
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Keep entrance clear at stationary vehicles, even If – picking up or setting down children
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 Warning of Give way just ahead Parking space reserved for vehicles named Bus stop Bus lane
244 245 246
Box junction Don’t block entrance to side road Indication at traffic lanes
Warning Signs (Vehicle Markings)
Hazardous Material – Symbols
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Explosive material  Flammable gas Non Flammable gas Poison gas
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 Flammable liquid  Flammable solid  Spontaneously combustible  Dangerous when wet
255 257 258 259
 Oxidizing agent  Radioactive  Harmful  Corrosive
Goods Vehicles
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The vertical markings are also required to be fitted to builder’s skips placed in the road, commercial vehicles or combinations longer than 13 meters (optional on combinations between 11 and 13 meters)
Projection Markers
Side Marker End Marker
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Both required when load or equipment (e.g. crane jib) overhangs front or rear by more than two meters.
School Bus Symbol
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School bus (displayed in front or rear window of bus or coach)