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Revised guidance on road signs opens up new possibilities for innovation

The way that new systems can support the transition to revised traffic signals guidance was discussed at this year’s JCT Traffic Signals symposium, reports Teresa Jolley

Teresa Jolley
30 September 2016
The JCT Traffic Signals symposium was held at the University of Warwick
The JCT Traffic Signals symposium was held at the University of Warwick


The revised Traffic Signals Regulations and General Directions (TSRGD) could serve as a major boost for those developing new systems. Among the driving forces behind the changes were cutting the number of road signs, making them easier to understand and removing some of the red tape around their specification, said senior Department for Transport engineer Sally Gibbons. 

These changes are designed to help ease the process of designing and specifying road signs and signals, said Gibbons at...

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