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Road management / Maintenance, Greater London

Yellow lines replaced by road signs

Yellow lines and lines marking parking bays have been removed from streets and squares of Bloomsbury in central London in a £5m public realm scheme delivered by the London Borough of Camden, Transport for London and the British Museum.

In January, the DfT amended the Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2002, allowing restricted zone signs to indicate no waiting or loading  allowed except in signed bays.

Yellow lines are no longer required provided other means are used...

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