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Give way to pedestrians
Give way to pedestrians - Give Way to Pedestrians - sign is mounted on top of the traffic light pole diagonally opposite right-turning motorists to remind them to look out for and give way to pedestrians as they make the turn.
Either side passing
Either side passing - The sign means that you can pass either side to reach the same destination. However, it has often been used where you would end up at a different destination depending on which side you chose
Road clear
Road clear -
No through road
No through road - This sign indicates that a road that is closed at one end.You will not be able to find a through route to another road.Use this road only for access
Priority over
vehicles from
opposite direction
Priority over vehicles from opposite direction - Entry into the section of the road is prohibited if it can interfere with oncoming traffic. It is nece+E100ssary to give way to vehicles being on this section of the road or approaching it on opposite lane.
Parking
Parking - These signs let you know where you are allowed to park or stop. They show you the area zones for parking,what vehicles can park,the times and time limit you can be in the area ,if payment is required. The sign will also direct you to where you pay at a parking meter. You can park for free outside of the parking meter times listed on the sign.
Hospital
Hospital - Hospital Signs provide people with the means to find the closest medical facility in the area without having to constantly ask others for directions. With clear text and bright background colors, these signs are easy to view even from a distance. These high visibility signs made for hospitals inform motorists and pedestrians alike when they are nearing a medical facility.
Count-down markers
Count-down markers - Small roadside signs placed at 300m, 200m, and 100m before the start of the special exit lane (deceleration lane) of the junction, so that users are aware of the distance to the exit point and can adjust the speed of their vehicles accordingly.
Supplementary
information signs
Supplementary information signs -
Parking for Diplomat
Cars Only
Parking for Diplomat Cars Only - Parking sign showing an area where only diplomatic cars are allowed to park.Diplomatic cars are cars operated by foreign embassies, consular staff, and various international organisations have been given number plates with a distinguishing format of three numbers, one letter, three numbers.
Diversion of
traffic route
Diversion of traffic route - A special route arranged for traffic to follow when the normal route cannot be used.Where, in an emergency, it is necessaryto close a section of motorway or othermain road to traffic, a temporary signmay advise drivers to follow a diversionroute. To help drivers navigate the route,black symbols on yellow patches maybe permanently displayed on existing direction signs, including motorway signs. On all-purpose roads,the symbols may be used on separate signs with yellow backgrounds.
Other supplementary
information signs
Other supplementary information signs -
Freeway
Freeway - Speedlimit is used to control the speed you are following in a particular road. In this signal 60 is the minimum speed limit. This is in blue color because it is a mandatory sign category. But maximum speed limit is in red circle because rule should not allow you to drive more than the speed specified and it fall under prohibitory category
Reflective marker posts
Reflective marker posts - Roadside posts painted with broad horizontal black and white bands and bearing small circular reflectors set in a larger disc at the top Ð officially termed safety posts and discs Ð came into use to mark the edge of the carriageway in hazardous locations, or to warn of other obstructions near the edge of the road.
Lane ahead open
Lane ahead open - A diamond-shaped marking shows that a lane is reserved for certain purposes or certain vehicles. The lanes are usually reserved for buses or car-pool vehicles during rush hour traffic.
Lane ahead closed
Lane ahead closed - Road sign indicates that the lane ahead is closed. This will place when there is some road work or any other unexpected on the specified lane.
Reduce speed now
Reduce speed now - Commonly used on roads with a high speed limit on the approach to such hazards as bends, roundabouts, and junctions, it consists of a red rectangle bearing the text REDUCE SPEED NOW in white, mounted below the warning sign indicating the nature of the particular hazard. It is sometimes accompanied by the word SLOW painted on the carriageway.
Roundabout
Roundabout - A?roundabout?is a type of circular?intersection?or junction in which road traffic flows almost continuously in one direction around a central island. Traffic flows in anti-clockwise direction, Compared to stop signs, traffic signals, and earlier forms of roundabouts, modern roundabouts reduce the likelihood and severity of collisions by reducing traffic speeds and minimizing T-bone and head-on collisions
Keep right
Keep right - keep to the right when following the road, There may be construction or other obstruction blocking part of the road or lane and you must keep to the right of that obstruction. For example, if there are 2 lanes and you're in the left lane, you need to move to the right lane.
Keep left
Keep left - keep to the left when following the road, There may be construction or other obstruction blocking part of the road or lane and you must keep to the left of that obstruction. For example, if there are 2 lanes and you're in the right lane, you need to move to the left lane.
No left turn
No left turn - This traffic sign indicates that left turns are prohibited. When you see the NO LEFT TURN sign at an intersection, you can either travel straight through or turn right.
No right turn
No right turn - Do not make a right turn at an intersection marked by the NO RIGHT TURN sign. You can either travel straight through the intersection or turn left.
Speed limit 80km/h
Speed limit 80km/h - A road?speed limit?is the limit of speed allowed by law for road vehicles. For this sign shows maximum speed limit you can follow is 80KMPH
No overtake
No overtake - No overtaking road markings are used to tell drivers when they may or may not overtake
No hazards
No hazards - Traffic sign thst shows prohibition for hazardous materials.
Give way
Give way - In road transport, a yield or?give way sign?indicates that each driver must prepare to stop if necessary to let a driver on another approach proceed. A driver who stops or slows down to let another vehicle through has yielded the right of?way?to that vehicle.
No goods vehicles
No goods vehicles - No heavy goods vehicles allows on this road
No Pedestrians
No Pedestrians - Heavy traffic areas are no place for pedestrians. Protect pedestrians and prevent accidents by clearly stating areas in which pedestrians are not allowed. You can find this on freeways.
No Cyclists
No Cyclists - This sign indicates that bicycles and tricycles are prohibited from passing beyond the sign. You can find this on freeways.
Qualification Plate
Qualification Plate -
No Uturn
No Uturn - ?No U-turn sign. If you see this?sign?you must not make a?U-turn.?
No horn
No horn - No sound horn signal symbolizes not to make a horn in a specified area. This traffic symbol is used in order to avoid noises in the public zone so as to keep the measures of road safety. Mostly school or hospital areas are no horn areas
Height Limits
Height Limits - Maximum height limit indicates the vehicles or the vehicles carrying above this height is not allowed. You can see this on the tunnels where tunnel height will be limited. If the vehicle trying to enter more than this specified height will lead to a problem.
Traffic signals
Traffic signals - traffic light - A road?signal?for directing vehicular?traffic?by means of colo. redlights, typically red for stop, green for go, and yellow for proceed with caution. Also called stoplight,?traffic signal.
Give Way sign
Give Way sign - In road transport, a yield or?give way sign?indicates that each driver must prepare to stop if necessary to let a driver on another approach proceed. A driver who stops or slows down to let another vehicle through has yielded the right of?way?to that vehicle.
Junction
Junction - To warn that you are approaching an intersection where another road meet yours at an angle. Action: Look out for cross-traffic. Slow down and be prepared to stop.
Stop sign
Stop sign - The?stop sign?is a sign which is often met at crossroads, when a road does not have?traffic lights. This sign instruct the drivers to stop when they reach the crossroad. They can only proceed when the road ahead is empty. Otherwise they must wait for the other vehicles to pass. When the other vehicle have passed, the driver can proceed. This sign is one of the most significant.
Roundabout
Roundabout - The roundabout sign means?Slow Down, prepare to?Give Way?and if necessary stop to avoid a collision.So, as you're approaching a roundabout, you must get into the correct lane, indicate if turning, and give way to traffic already on the roundabout. Enter the roundabout when there is a safe gap in the traffic
T-intersection
T-intersection - T intersection. One of the intersection traffic signs. The road you are traveling on ends straight ahead. Slow down and prepare to stop before turning. Most T-intersections will feature a YIELD sign or a STOP sign to remind you to give the right-of-way to cross traffic.
Intersection
Intersection - Intersection ahead. The arrow shows which direction of traffic has the right-of-way.
Pedestrian crossing
Pedestrian crossing - You are approaching a pedestrian crossing on the road ahead.
Two-way traffic
Two-way traffic - You will find this sign if a motorway, expressway or dual carriageway ends and traffic becomes separated by only a line rather than a median strip or barrierTwo way traffic ahead. You are leaving a separated one-way roadway and entering a two-way roadway. Also used to remind drivers they are on a two-way road.
Headroom
at hazard
Headroom at hazard - A warning sign indicates, in imperial units, the maximum headroom under a bridge or other overhead obstruction. There may be an additional sign showing the height in metric units. These signs may be sited well in advance of a bridge, with the distance, either in yards or miles, shown on a plate; this may have an arrow to indicate that the bridge is on a side road at a junction ahead
Dual carriageway ends
Dual carriageway ends - Dual carriageway definition is at least one lane of traffic (usually two or more traveling in the same direction) which is divided by a central reservation and barrier that separates the other carriageway travelling in the opposite direction. Regardless of the amount of lanes, it will remain a single carriageway unless separated by a physical barrier
Curve to the left
Curve to the left - The road curves ahead to the left. You need to slow down, stay in the center of your lane and prepare to navigate through the left-bending curve
Curve to the right
Curve to the right - The road curves ahead to the right. You need to slow down and position your vehicle slightly to the right of the center of your lane, as you drive through the right-bending curve.
Curves or bends
Curves or bends - This sign indicates there are more than one curves or bends in the road ahead
No entry
No entry - No entry for vehicular traffic, including pedal cycles (usually indicates the end of a one-way road where all traffic is travelling in the other direction)
Low flying aircraft
Low flying aircraft - a warning sign with the image of an aircraft in the middle of it indicates an airport or airfield, where drivers should be prepared for low-flying aircraft.
U Turn
U Turn - The driver can take a U turn in this junction. It wome time refers as sharp left.
High Voltage cable
High Voltage cable - Electrical Hazard warning signs. Show the electrical hazard symbol. State- Danger High voltage cables overhead.
Opening bridge
Opening bridge - Bridge is opening on the road
Road works ahead
Road works ahead - There are road workers ahead on or near your path. This sign is only used while workers are in the area. If there is a speed limit on the sign, you must obey it until the next speed limit sign.
Tunnel
Tunnel - A tunnel is ahead. When approaching a tunnel switch on your dipped headlights. Be aware that your eyes might need to adjust to the sudden darkness. You may need to reduce your speed. Check any height or width limits that accompany this sign if you are driving a large vehicle or towing a trailer. If no height is shown the headroom under a bridge or tunnel is at least 5m.
Tunnel
Tunnel - A tunnel is ahead. When approaching a tunnel switch on your dipped headlights. Be aware that your eyes might need to adjust to the sudden darkness. You may need to reduce your speed. Check any height or width limits that accompany this sign if you are driving a large vehicle or towing a trailer. If no height is shown the headroom under a bridge or tunnel is at least 5m.
river
bank ahead
river bank ahead -
Loose chippings
Loose chippings - A road has just undergone chippings treatment motorists should be abiding by the speed limit signs in order to minimise any damage the chippings may cause to your car by them being 'kicked up' as you drive over them.
Slippery Road
Slippery Road - The Slippery road traffic sign is used to indicate that the roadway may be especially very smooth and may cause danger when it is wet or raining, and motorists should take extra caution when driving.
Proceed straight
Proceed straight - This sign means you must proceed straight on without making any turns.?
Speed Hump
Speed Hump - A speed hump (also called a road hump) used to reduce vehicle speed and volume on residential streets. Humps are placed across the road to slow traffic and are often installed in a series of several humps to prevent cars from speeding before and after the hump.
Falling rocks
Falling rocks - A traffic warning sign is a type of traffic sign that indicates a hazard ahead on the road that may not be readily apparent to a driver
Two-way traffic
crosses
Two-way traffic crosses - This is a warning sign, used to rise awareness. This sign indicates that the current one-way road will hit a two-way road ahead, and vehicles can turn left or right to join the road and travel in either direction.
Narrow road ahead
Narrow road ahead - This traffic sign warns you that the road ahead is not as wide as the road you are currently traveling on. The ROAD NARROW sign is frequently used along with other warning signs that provide additional information regarding the danger, such as LANE ENDS AHEAD or LANE ENDS MERGE. FacebookTwitterGoogle+More11
Road narrows on
both sides
Road narrows on both sides - The purpose of the sign is to warn that the road ahead narrows from both sides.So that the drivers should slow down and adjust your position on the carriageway since oncoming vehicles will pass close to you.
Right lane ends
Right lane ends - Right lane ends ahead. If you are in the right-hand lane, you must merge safely with traffic in the lane to the left.
Other dangers
Other dangers - Other danger ahead. Another signal Plate beneath indicates the nature of the hazard you can expect in the road.
Uneven road
Uneven road - On uneven road surfaces, vehicle drivers must be attentive.This sign lets you know you are approaching a road where the surface is uneven and the road condition changes.
Diversion to opposite
carriageway ahead
Diversion to opposite carriageway ahead -
Left-hand lane
closed
Left-hand lane closed - The left lane is ending and traffic will need to merge into the continuing lane.
Proceed right
Proceed right -
No through road
No through road - This sign is used at the entrance to a road from where there is no exit.
Steep hill downwards
Steep hill downwards - A steep decline is ahead. Prepare to alter your speed and gear so that you avoid brake fade, your load shifting, or passenger discomfort due to weight transfer. Looking at the sign from left to right will show you whether the road slopes downhill.
Steep hill upwards
Steep hill upwards - A steep incline is ahead. Prepare to alter your speed and gear so that you avoid brake fade, your load shifting, or passenger discomfort due to weight transfer. Looking at the sign from left to right will show you whether the road slopes uphill.
Right-hand lane
closed
Right-hand lane closed - This sign shows that the right hand lane is closed. Yellow and black temporary signs may be used to inform you of roadworks or lane restrictions. Look well ahead. If you have to change lanes, do so in good time.
Passing schools
Passing schools - Take extra care when driving near schools, especially at times when children are arriving to start the school day or leaving at the end of the day. These are the busiest periods of the day and children do not have a strong sense of road safety, especially when they are very young. They many cross the road without looking or may already be crossing as you approach. Be aware of the speed limit in the area. It is likely to be lower than the surrounding roads. Flashing lights will also tell you that you are approaching a school
Animal crossing
Animal crossing - A sign showing a picture of an animal, such as a camel, warns drivers that animals may be on the road. The symbol on these signs may also represent sheep or goats. Domestic animals are regularly herded across roadways and temporary signs may be displayed leading up to the area where the animals will cross. Slow down when you see these signs and watch out for animals on the road. Leave as much space as possible to allow for their unexpected movements. Never use your car horn around animals Ð it may frighten them and could cause them to run and cause a crash.
Parking is limited
Parking is limited - These signs are used to control and regulate stopping and parking, where you may park or must not park or stop and provide time restrictions. They may be referred to as no stopping sign. Youmust not park in this area, even if you are sitting in the vehicle. Here are some examples of parking control signs.
Handicapped parking
Handicapped parking - The blue sign shows an area reserved for parking by handicapped people. The parking bay will also be marked. Handicapped people must obtain a permit and display this. If you do not have a permit, you must not park in handicapped parking spaces.
Meter Parking on
Right Side
Meter Parking on Right Side - Metered parking is paid parking. You usually need a degree to work out the restrictions, which can include hours and days, locations, certain spots and prices.If the parking sign has wording Meter or Ticket you have to go to a roadside machine to pay. The amount varies by area, and instructions are on the machine.
Taxis only
Taxis only - Marking areas reserved for taxis is easy with Taxi parking signs . When you keep Taxi Stands clear for your drivers, the flow of vehicle is much smoother. In addition to keeping the area clear, pedestrians will know where to go when they are looking for a taxi.
Proceed left
Proceed left -
Reserved baus stop areas
Reserved baus stop areas - Marking areas reserved for bus is easy with bus reserved area signs . In addition to keeping the area clear, pedestrians will know where to go when they are looking for a bus
No parking areas1
No parking areas1 - No Stopping and No Parking signs without times limits are in effect all day. If you do not know how long you are going to be, using a parking lot avoids the hassle of worrying about moving your vehicle.
No parking areas2
No parking areas2 - No Stopping Signs Prohibits any stopping, including commercial and passenger loading. May only apply to certain times and/or days.
Freeway
Freeway - These signs are on all freeway on ramps to inform motorists that freeway conditions begin. Also there are Start Freeway signs in use.As well as the entrance or start signs, there are usually signs prohibiting pedestrians, animals and certain classes of vehicles that would be hazardous on a freeway. These signs seem to vary according to local conditions.
 End of a freeway
End of a freeway - These used to appear at the end of many freeways. Free way rules not applicable after this sign.
Hazard Plate
Hazard Plate - Hazard symbols or warning symbols are recognizable symbols designed to warn about hazardous materials, locations, or objects, including electric currents, poisons, and radioactivity. The use of hazard symbols is often regulated by law and directed by standards organizations. Hazard symbols may appear with different colors, backgrounds, borders and supplemental information in order to specify the type of hazard.
Hazard Marker
Hazard Marker - The Hazard Marker is used to mark obstructions adjacent to or within the roadway, such as bridge piers and traffic islands. The Hazard Marker may be used alone, or mounted below other signs.
Right Chevron
Right Chevron - A Chevron Alignment sign may be used as an alternate or supplement to standard delineators and to the Large Arrow sign. The Chevron Alignment sign is intended to be used to give notice of a sharp change of alignment with the direction of travel. Chevron Alignment sign is intented to provide additional emphasis and guidance for vehicle operators as to changes in horizontal alignment of the roadway
Left Chevron
Left Chevron - Chevron signs are types of warning signs put on roadsides to warn motorists of upcoming sharp turns in the road.
Multiple Chevron Right
Multiple Chevron Right - Multiple Chevrons are available to indicate sharp changes of direction. The right multiple chevron shall indicate the change of direction is to the right. Chevrons are sightboards which are intended to be placed at thehazard so that drivers can see the change ofdirection clearly. They should be placed directly inthe sight line of approaching drivers.
Ahead
Ahead - Ahead only means that you cannot turn to left or to the right.The actual Ahead only sign is a blue circle with a white arrow pointing upwards.
Multiple Chevron Left
Multiple Chevron Left - Multiple Chevrons are available to indicate sharp changes of direction. The left multiple chevron chevron shall indicatewhether the change of direction is to the left. Chevrons are sightboards which are intended to be placed at thehazard so that drivers can see the change ofdirection clearly. They should be placed directly inthe sight line of approaching drivers.
T-Junction Chevron
T-Junction Chevron - The purpose of the sign isto warn that the road ahead does not carry on straight, but merges with another road.So that the drivers ca slow down to turn left or right or to stop.
Right lane closure
Right lane closure - Construction Zone Warning Signs will help make it easy to warn drivers of existing or potentially hazardous condition ahead. These highly visible signs alert drivers they are approaching a construction zone and to help maneuver traffic as drivers navigate through construction and maintenance work areas
Additional lane
Additional lane - This indicates that added additional lane, merging not required, watch for other vehicles changing lanes.
Controlled lane
Controlled lane -
Five lanes merging to
four lanes
Five lanes merging to four lanes -
Lane use control
directional restriction
Lane use control directional restriction - These signs are used where turns are required or where special turning movements are permitted for specific lanes. Traffic in the lane must turn in the direction of the arrow
Begining/End of Median
Begining/End of Median - Divided highway begins. The highway ahead is split into two separate roadways by a median or divider and each roadway is one-way. Keep to the right.
Joining Lane
Joining Lane - Traffic on the main carriageway, traffic coming from right has priority over joining traffic.
Guide Signs
Guide Signs - Guide signs provide direction. They include information about route numbers, street names and destinations and are generally in both Arabic and English. These signs: ¥ Enable drivers to find their destinations ¥ Avoid confusing drivers with too much information ¥ Present drivers with predictable information ¥ Give drivers advance notice so that directional changes can be made safely
Turn right only
Turn right only - This sign indicates that you should turn right only.
Dubai routes
Dubai routes - The Dubai route numbering system is a network of highways and roads in Dubai, United Arab Emirates that is managed by the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA). The network comprises 6 main highways and several major and minor inter-city and intra-city roads.The green sign boards indicate that you are on Dubai Route (D Route) heading to different districts inside the city.The blue signs on highways show that you are on Emirate Route (E route) which connects different emirates.You will find white road signs showing the name of the street you are driving on within communities in Dubai.
City Centre Central
Business District:-
City Centre Central Business District:- -
Emirates routes
Emirates routes - Highways connecting Dubai to other emirates are designated Emirates routes or E-routes. They are identified by an emblem of a falcon, the letter E and a two or three digit number. While within city limits, most roads and highways take alternate names, but are consistently identified by their corresponding E-route number. Six E-routes pass through Dubai, connecting the city with other emirates and towns
Dubai International
Airport
Dubai International Airport -
Freeways
Freeways - Freeway signs let you know when you are about to enter onto a freeway, and where the freeway starts and finishes.
Tourist destination
descriptions
Tourist destination descriptions - Tourist destinations are shown on signs with brown backgrounds.On the main carriageway of a motorway, these are separate from the main direction signs and are usually sited 3/4 mile and 1/4 mile from the junction.On exit slip roads and where the motorway ends at around about, the main direction signs may show tourist destinations on a brown panel.
Advance guide signs
Advance guide signs - The sign is an example of an advance guide sign including the route emblems, trailblazing symbols and directional information. To Umm Suqeim and Umm Al Sheif, via Emirates route 11, turn right. To Jumeira, via Dubai route 94. Drive straight ahead.
Two Lane Exit
Two Lane Exit - exit directions sign to guide drivers on the proper lanes to take prior to exit. The white exit panel means that particular lane is to be dropped and is moving away from the main line carriage way
Two Lane Exit
Two Lane Exit -
No turning for lorries
No turning for lorries - This sign means that lorries are not allowed to pass in this road. This is to avoid congestion because the truck required more space and time to turn.