|Section I||General rules on the marking of road marking|
|Chapter 1||Conventing of the Bekendom Decision|
|Chapter 2||Variable Tables|
|Chapter 3||Provisional labelling and using temporary marking|
|TITLE II||Finishing regulatory markings|
|Chapter 5||Shuttle Spill|
|Chapter 6||Border and background markings|
|Chapter 7||Rating on the driving lane|
|Chapter 8||Signal plants|
|TITLE III||Weather View Board|
|Chapter 9||Geographical welding on ordinary roads|
|Chapter 10||Geographical welding on motorways (fixed tablets)|
|Chapter 11||Parking Road View|
|Chapter 12||Service directions on ordinary roads|
|Chapter 13||Service directions on motorways|
|Chapter 14||Movement for Movement of Movement of Movement|
|Chapter 15||Road display for bicycle, ride and strear uther|
|TITLE IV||Entry into force|
|Appendix 1||Roadlist of light-engineering characteristics|
|Appendix 2||Sillboard luminance|
|Appendix 3||Variable Whiteboard Display Library|
|Appendix 4||Non-Persistent Road Conduct|
|Appendix 5||Truning on the driving track, dimensions and shaping|
|Appendix 6||TABLE OF CONTENTS|
Publication on the use of road marking
In accordance with Article 95 (2), 3, in the road traffic law, cf. Law Order no. 1047 of 24. 20/2011, section 6 (4). Paragraph 1, and section 6 (a), 1, in the law of public roads, cf. Law Order no. 1048 of 3. November 2011, and section 27, paragraph. Three, in the law. 1537 of 21. In December 2010 on private avenues, and under the authority of section 134 (a) (1). 1, in the field of traffic law, section 2 (2). 2, in the Law on public roads and section 90 of the Act on private Community-roads, the following shall be established :
General rules on the marking of road marking
Conventing of the Bekendom Decision
§ 1. This notice sets out provisions on the use and administration of road marking. The rules on the design and meaning of the weigh-mark are in the notice on the marking of road markings.
Paragraph 2. The terms of road spelling, roadmap, border and background markings, etc., afmarking on the driving track, etc. and signalling plants in this notice refer to the labels in the notice of marking. Material type markings are referenced in Appendix 1. Further information, including directions and comments on road marking, is found on the website of the Guidance Board.
Paragraph 3. Where public roads may be used, marking shall be used only, which are shown or referred to in the notice of road marking, or which have been approved by the directorate, cf. however, paragraph 1 4. Vej and street-breekeepers, house numbers, and so on, are not considered in this context to be marked by road marking.
Paragraph 4. The Ministry of Transport may accept that the Directorates shall use any marking that is not or referred to in the notice on the marking of road marking.
§ 2. The Directorates may inform a municipal directory or an authority derogation from the provisions laid down in this notice, cf. however, paragraph 1 3.
Paragraph 2. The Ministry of Transport may inform the Guidance Board from the provisions laid down in this notice, cf. however, paragraph 1 3.
Paragraph 3. Dispensation from the provisions concerning : E 49-52 may be granted after negotiation with the Ministry of Justice.
Paragraph 4. Decisions taken by the Director-Directorate of paragraph 1. 1 may not be brought to the minister of transport.
§ 3. Before marking, the establishment or existing marking shall be changed, cf. in sections I, Chapters 2 and 3, and Title II, the weighting board or the road authority shall obtain the consent of the police, see § 48, § 120 and Clause 131 (1). However, 5. such consent shall not, however, be required for the construction and modification of the road map, cf. in Title III, but the police may, for reasons of road safety, require such marking to be removed or altered. For the purpose of marking with variable tablets, the consent of the police shall also include any manuals for the control of the boards and the like.
§ 4. In the case of a sudden injury on the road or bridge, the weightboard, the road authority or the road owner, without prior consent, may carry out the necessary marking. The police have to be notified as soon as possible
§ 5. The police must ensure that there is a lack of labelling and that there is no change in marking.
§ 6. The board or the road authority shall remove or amend misleading aftagging as soon as possible.
§ 7. Board shall have such a size and placed in such a way that they, taking into account the speed of light and the speed of traffic, both in light and dark, must be taken at a sufficient distance and so early that road users will have sufficient time ; to respond to the conditions in which the boards are concerned.
Paragraph 2. The Board shall be a retroreflecting or illuminating, unless otherwise specified in the following provisions. However, black symbols must not be a retroreflecting. Inter-highs must be a retroreflecting whether they are exposed. The same applies to all roads for : B 11 Unconditional vigeduty and B 13 Stop .
Paragraph 3. Only the whiteboard of retroreflecting surfaces that meet the requirements set out in Appendix 1 may be used.
§ 8. Text on the whiteboard text must be done using Danish Direction-Tables.
Paragraph 2. The Danish Weather Transline type of positive font is used for dark text on the light of the light.
Paragraph 3. A light text on the dark floor is a negative font of Danish Vejsla.
Use of variable tablets
§ 9. Variable tablets may only be used if the current information cannot be communicated by the use of fixed tablets.
Paragraph 2. The information on variable tablets must not be in conflict with the information on fixed tablets.
Paragraph 3. If a variable in the illuminate board is in the resting position, the display shall be black.
Paragraph 4. Use of other keyboards as variable traffic boards other than those permitted, cf. notification of section 5 (5) of the road to be announced. 2 shall be approved by the directorates, cf. however, paragraph 1 5.
Paragraph 5. The Minister for Transport may accept that the Guidance Board shall use any other main tablet other than those permitted by the notice on the marking of road marking.
§ 10. Text and symbols must not be alternating. There must be no moving elements on the board. The sound text and symbols of variable tablets must not be confused with fixed or flashing signals.
Paragraph 2. The use of luminous variables shall not be used in such a way as to make the use of other whiteboard difficult.
Paragraph 3. Silence silencers shall regulate the luminance automatically in relation to the luminance of the surrounding luminance as shown in Annex 2.
Paragraph 4. Underboard may only be luminous if the main board is glowing.
Paragraph 5. The fixed part of variable weighing the fixed parts of the weighed part shall be the same as for the second equivalent guide.
Documentation and monitoring
§ 11. Where the speed limitation is 90 km/h or more, the function of the variable silverage shall be denoundered.
Paragraph 2. Variable prohibition boards must be fitted with a log to ensure that the views of the board over the last 12 months can be documented.
Variable Text Tablets
§ 12. Where variable text tablets are used, all other marking must be adapted, so that a coherent information is provided from the overall marking.
§ 13. Variable text tablets must be designed as a price-changer or as glowing tablets.
Paragraph 2. The maximum number of text lines must be three lines of text.
§ 14. Only text tablets specified in the columns "Acceptable View" and "Approved Variations" are allowed in Appendix 3, Display Library for Variable Tables display.
Paragraph 2. Use of other texts other than those allowed, cf. paragraph 1, shall be approved by the directorates, cf. however, paragraph 1 3.
Paragraph 3. The Ministry of Transport may approve the use of texts other than those authorised by the Ministry of Transport, subject to the approval of the Ministry of Transport and Tourism. paragraph 1.
§ 15. The sound variable text tableboard shall be drawn up with a white text on a black background.
§ 16. On text tablets that specify danger immediately ahead of the same line, information must be given in the following order of the same text :
1) Description of danger or event.
3) Instructions to the traffic border.
Paragraph 2. On text tablets that specify the danger further on the same line or on another route, information must be provided in the following order of text :
2) Description of danger or event.
3) Instructions to the traffic border.
§ 17. In text tablets only the following variable warning boards must be used A 20 Kø , A 39 Road work , A 95 Side wind or A 99 Other Danger These tablets are placed to the left of the text.
§ 18. Travel time information for engine running is set on text tablets as driving time in minutes to well-defined items on road lines, e.g. a freeway exit. The travel time displayed must respect the current speed limitation on the line.
Provisional labelling and using temporary marking
§ 19. Temporary marking may be used in the marking of road works, cf. Annex 4.
Paragraph 2. Non-Persistent marking may only be used when a shorter period is required to give road users a different information than normally, after which it shall be removed.
Paragraph 3. Temporary tollmarking must not be displayed until road users need to know the information.
Paragraph 4. Rules for size, font, design, and material types for fixed instructions also apply to temporary guidance.
Paragraph 5. The run-by-number of temporary fractor numbers shall be bounded by a variety of contour.
Paragraph 6. The design of temporary road spells must be shown in Annex 4.
Finishing regulatory markings
20. For the purposes of this Title :
1) Security time : Designation of the time, for safety reasons, from green light-signalling a traffic flow to green light-signalling teeth for a conflict-ending traffic flow.
2) Blessed signalling devices : Signal installations where signaling signals are affected by signalling devices in a subsequent signalling plant.
3) Offer : Designation of the part of a roadblock that leads to a traffic flow into a crossroads.
§ 21. If a cross-check mark is specified, always be visible, including in the event of a power outage.
§ 22. The backside of the road spelling must be grey if it is not otherwise determined in the context of the individual tablets. However, Variable tablets may have a black back page.
-23. Material types for retroreflecting tablets must meet the requirements set out in Appendix 1.
§ 24. The use of illuminating or retroreflecting road haters shall not be used in such a way as to make the perception of other road haushmen obstructing a traffic-stair. In particular, the tablets which indicate unconditional duty must be at least equal to as much illuminating or retroreflecting as other tablets in immediate vicinity.
Paragraph 2. The type of retro-reflecting device must be given the same type of retro-reflector. This does not apply, however, N 42 determined under D 15 or rutenum inset under B 16 .
Paragraph 3. In all the unexplained whiteboard, which are drawn up on motorways, the matter shall be used for material type 4. However, this does not apply N 42 , O 41 , O 43 and O 44 .
Paragraph 4. Material type 4 shall apply to the following tablets on ordinary roads : A 22 , A 72 , A 73 , A 92. , B 13 , C 11,1 , C 11,2 , C 12 , C 19 , C 42 , D 11 , D 15 , D 16 , E 11 , E 42-45 and P 11 and E 17 Foddeddger field when it's outside the lighting.
Paragraph 5. For other retroreflecting tablets, Material Type 3 must be used. However, Material Type 2 may be applied to unlit tablets only for road users on paths.
Paragraph 6. To retroreflecting surfaces N 41 shall be used at least material type 4.
Paragraph 7. For Z 72,2 the background position must be triangular with a length of 110 cm. The front page must be dark blue and run in the outer edge of material type 2. The outer edge of the plate consists of a 3 cm wide red tape and a 6 cm white reflecting tape. Both tapes must be performed in Material Type 3.
§ 25. In the same road, no more than 2 main tablets shall be set up in the same way as not more than 2 main sileners.
Paragraph 2. In the case of the tablets indicating a railway overdrive, other whiteboards must not be set up unless this is stated in subsequent provisions concerning the individual boards.
SECTION 26. Faroselle boards shall be placed on the right side of the road in the direction of road, unless otherwise stated by the following provisions. On motorways, road spelling must be placed on both sides of the driving lane.
Paragraph 2. Shuttle spelling may not be located in the roadside by road. Such tablets must be so high that they do not restrict the free height of the driving track.
Paragraph 3. Plays over pavement or bicycle path, or where pedestrians frequently run, the distance between the stocking surface for the underedge of the board shall be at least 2,2 m above the sidewalk and at least 2,3 m above the bicycle path.
Paragraph 4. On the roads of the speed of 60 km/h or more or more, with close traffic, tablets shall be located at a minimum of 1,5 m above the road. However, this does not apply to the boards A 75, D 15 , D 16 , N -and O -tablets and P 11 .
Paragraph 5. In the road of 60 km/h, the following tablets shall not be positioned less than 1,5 m above the road :
1) The warning spreads except for A 75 and A 92. .
2) All viticulous vigees.
3) The Supply Stages C 31-36 , C 42 and C 51-59 .
4) Bid Stages D 11,4-11,8 , D 55 and D 56 .
5) Information Stationeers E 11 , E 15-17 , E 22 , E 31 , E 37 , E 39-45 , E 55, E56 and E 68,4 .
Paragraph 6. No need to be set up to give rise to poor view conditions, cf. § 32.
Paragraph 7. Additional performance requirements may be listed under the individual tablets.
§ 27. The distance from the edge of the running track to the board of control or the stander must be at least 0,5 m. At midterms, or deletes and midterrabates, distance from the edge range, however, shall be at least 0,3 m. The distance from the edge of the right lane to a road-staved midline must not exceed 4,5 m if the board is intended for road users on the driving lane.
Paragraph 2. The distance from the edge of the bicycle and the common path to the tablets of the board must not be less than 0,3 m. This distance may be reduced if there are road equipment closer to the bicycle edge, and the non-position of the board cannot be more appropriately placed, e.g. in the rear of pavement.
§ 28. Tabs may only be used if the meaning cannot be specified with a keyboard only, unless otherwise determined.
Paragraph 2. Instead of text, symbols must be used as shown in the notice on the labelling of road markings.
Paragraph 3. If a sub-board contains more than one clarification, restriction or extension, this must be clearly indicated in the form, possibly split in multiple tablets.
Paragraph 4. The main tablet and sub-slate must be affixed so that there is no doubt as to what key board a sub-board belongs to.
Paragraph 5. U 6 with the left arrow to the left is not allowed on round-run operations.
§ 29. The Underboard U 3 , U 4 and U 5 may not be used with warning boards.
-$30. Tables to be set up outside the closer range of distance other than 150 to 250 m before the hazard location and the warning boards on motorways shall be provided with a subboard that denoses the distance.
§ 31. If a Board is subject to conditions outside the driving course, it must be stated on a subboard.
A 11 Dangerous crossroads in which cross-crossing traffic has unconditional knowledge ;
§ 32. A 11 shall be set up where the summary conditions of the more significant road are bad. The view conditions shall be regarded as bad if the view is shorter than the distances specified in Table 1.
Paragraph 2. As speed in table 1, cf. paragraph 1, the speed being observed by 85% of the drivers shall be used, however at least at the permitted speed.
Paragraph 3. A 11 must be set up on motorways before driving roads and other roads before similar journeys from which traffic in exceptional cases has an unconditional duty of duty.
A 16 Runddriving
§ 33. When signaling checked outside of closer build area is rebuilt to round-runs, A 16 the non-persistent board is used in all the pharmacities. The board must be placed before the possible diagramoricenter board and board of preparedness for vigeing.
A 17 Foddecessor field
§ 34. Outside of closer man-built territory, A 17 be placed in front of all pedestrian fields which are not at intersection, as well as pedestrian fields in intersection, where the pedestrian field crosses the more important path.
Paragraph 2. The board must not be used in front of signalling regular pedestrian fields.
18 Conveneering traffic
$35. A 18 must be set up, where a lane marked by the label, E 19 Entiguatable Horror , continues in a runway with a double-edged scent, and, by the way, where a longer roadside route with one-way lines of road traffic is followed by a roadside route with a double-track lane.
Paragraph 2. The board must always be fitted with a disenglet of deposition.
Paragraph 3. The board shall be repeated without the disengals, but may be repeated immediately before the place where the running track of the double traffic is starting. However, the board shall not be repeated in the space of any nearer, with a stop or the line, if the first tablet is set in more detail than approximately approximately 20 to 20. One hundred yards ahead of the line of the double-line drive.
A 19 Light beacon
§ 36. A 19 be used for single signalling installations at which the permitted speed exceeds 60 km/h, or the signal cannot be seen within the speedometer distances as specified in section 32.
Paragraph 2. When A 19 used as temporary board, it must always be placed before any permanent warning with A 19 Light beacon .
A 20 Kø
§ 37. When A 20 used as a variable board, the board system must be able to be at the full time of the detector, throughout the day, to be detecting a whole
Paragraph 2. Variable A 20 -tablets may only be used with variable whiteboards with a local speed limitation, C 55 .
A 21 Cyclists
§ 38. A 21 shall be set up at the speed of 60 km/h or more where bicycle paths are to be connected to the driving track outside of intersection, and where cyclists and drivers of small moped must use the driving track after a road distance, where this has not been the case.
Paragraph 2. Where bicycle paths cross the runway outside the crossroads, A 21 subtlees "Crosgoing Cyclists".
Paragraph 3. In the case of intersection, the board should be used only where cyclists or drivers of the small moped ' s location at the intersection are abnormal.
A 22 Children
§ 39. Rating in schools with school patrol in places without signalling installations shall be as follows :
1) Whiteboard A 22 must be set up and shall be replaced by " School ' and the line ' 0 X m ' in writing. On road lines at which the permitted speed is higher than 60 km/h, 150-250 m before warning board, as notice, must be set up. A 22 "School of deforestation", but without the line indication.
2) Material type 4 or better material must be used for all tablets and must be shown separately by at least 400 lux.
3) Each slate shall be fitted with a twink signal by two-twitches, flashing yellow lamps placed next to each other and directed at the traffic on which the tablet is intended. The sobs must be at least 20 cm and not more than 30 cm in diameter. The link frequency must be at least 50 and 70 per head. Minute.
4) The lighting and blinking signal shall be in operation when the school patrol is working. Out of this window, the lights are supposed to be off. The plant that turns on and extinguishes the plant may, if necessary, be able to verify that the light is on and off on all boards. The light must not be able to be turned on and off by unauthorized people.
Paragraph 2. Other solutions for marking that the school patrols are working must not be established.
Paragraph 3. It is allowed to use A 22 as a permanent complement of road-staments, A 22 .
A 26 Dyremad
§ 40. On A 26 may be used symbols showing other wild animals other than a stag. Such symbols shall be approved by the directorates, cf. however, paragraph 1 2.
Paragraph 2. On the main road transport, the Ministry of Transport may approve the use of the Directorates with symbols showing other wild animals than a deer.
A 27 Creatures
§ 41. On A 27 may be used symbols which show other livestock other than a cow. Such symbols shall be approved by the directorates, cf. however, paragraph 1 2.
Paragraph 2. In the main road transport, the Ministry of Transport may approve the use of the Directorates with symbols showing other livestock than a cow.
Paragraph 3. The board may only be set up in periods where livestock is crossing the driving track on a daily basis, and where this is cause of the view conditions, the danger is present.
A 31 Smooth road
§ 42. The reason for the smooth lead must be shown on the Board of Underboard.
Paragraph 2. A 31 must be removed or covered in the periods where there is no risk of smooth road.
Paragraph 3. If the slippery result is due to the presence of ice or snow, the sub-board shall : UA 31 Issmooth used.
A 35 Dangerous Discount
§ 43. Symbol of A 35 shall be mirrounded when the dangerous rebate is to the left of the driving lane.
A 36 Bump
§ 44. A 36 shall be used at speed-dampeners in the road. The board may not be used in the area of the mark with E 49 Gågade , E 51 Ops and body area, E 53 Realm of tachogram or E 68 with C 55 Local speed limitation where the speed limit is 30 km/h or less.
A 37 Ostrial road
§ 45. A 37 are to be set up where dangerous unequations occur on the road and how sound services are required to reduce the rate of speed compared to the one that is allowed on the road. The board must not be permanently used.
A 39 Road work
§ 46. A 39 must be set up when the road work leads to the fact that, in periods, staff, equipment or materials are in the part of the road that road users use. It must also be used when the road to road work is abnormal. Reference is made to the notice on the marking of road works etc.
A 41,1 Right turn, A 41,2 Venstressving, A 42,1 More turns, first to the right and A 42,2 More turns, first to the left
§ 47. A 41 and A 42 must not be put on the same pole as C 55 Local speed limitation .
UA 41 Speed Indication
§ 48. The speed of the specified speed shall be determined by the police with the consent of the weight/weight/road authority.
A 43,1 Aligeable road, A 43,2 Narjuring road on the left side and A 43,3 Inserted road to the right
§ 49. A 43,1, A 43,2 and A 43,3 may not be used for warning that the tram number is reduced. This is marked by E 16 Carriage Lane : , cf. § 113.
UA 43 Free width
$50. The width must be expressed in metres with a maximum of one decimal place. The width of the width shall be the actual width. However, if the driving track has a sharp swing or abnormal cross-pour, the latitude must be taken into account for this purpose.
Paragraph 2. The width of the width shall not be less than 2,6 m. For smaller banks, tablets shall be used instead C 41 Vehicle width .
A 46,1 Steward downward and A 46,2 Steep ascente
§ 51. The reendo must be set at all percent.
A 72 Railroad overdrive with no bombers
§ 52. A 72 shall be set up in all rail road runs which are not guaranteed by beam. The blackboard must be set up in both directions by road and at least two road lanes.
UA 72 Look for trains
§ 53. When A 72 Railroad overdrive with no bombers be used in the presence of a railway overdrive, by way of signs or tingling alone, shall be subject to the Board of Directions ; UA 72 be placed under the red-board warning.
A 73 Railroad overdrive with cotton
§ 54. A 73 shall be used in all rail road runs which are guaranteed by the boom.
Paragraph 2. The board must be set up in both road haulage roads with at least two road hauliers.
UA 73 Varlation of electrified trajectura
§ 55. UA 73 shall be used in the case of rail overruns where the train operation is electrified.
Paragraph 2. The board must specify the secure free height during power-leading wiring. Height shall be set at 1 m below the height of the conduit.
Paragraph 3. UA 73 must be placed under everyone A 72 or A 73 warning boards that are bent on the overdrive.
A 74.1 Cross-track for single-track railway overdrive and A 74,2 Crossrs for the multi-track rail overdrive
§ 56. The front of the cross-label and the stench must have a change of red and white reflective fields. The back of the board can be green.
A 75 Distance Markers
§ 57. Distance marks must be set up on both sides of the driving track and must only be set up on the road that crosses the course.
91 Adequate Bridge
§ 58. A 91. shall be set up in front of the devious bridges where the permitted speed is higher than 60 km/h, or the blink signal at the bridge cannot be seen within the velocity spacing of distances as specified in section 32.
A 99 Other Danger
$59. A 99 must be set up only by underboard which indicate the nature of the colour. Underboard shall, as far as possible, be carried out with symbols, as shown in the notice on the marking of road markings.
Paragraph 2. In the case of a railway overrun without a safety measure, cf. The traffic management notice on safety measures in the rail road runs, which is managed by Banedanmark, and which is open to ordinary traffic, must be set up with the sub-board. UA 99.2 Spor .
Paragraph 3. A 99 Other Danger as a temporary board, only a warning can be used in the following situations, cf. Annex 4 :
1) A 99.1 Huller in the way.
2) A 99.2 Insandeskryds.
3) A 99.3 Exhalar.
4) A 99.4 Changed vigeduty.
5) A 99.5 New signalling times.
B. Vigeable Spelling
§ 60. There must be no other tablets with vigeable devots other than A 74 Cross-crossing crossover mark , D 12 Prohibited Run Direction in roundabout and the underboards U 1, UB 11,1 Prevarate for stop and UB 11,2 Double-tricycle cycling path .
B 11 Unconditional vigeduty
§ 61. Inconditional vigeduty, pursuant to section 26 (5) of the Road Code. 2, (where not applicable B 13 Stop () mark with both whiteboard B 11 Unconditional vigeduty and S 11 Vigeline where other things aren't meant to be. However, on weak road roads, we can, however, be marked by the vigeline alone.
Paragraph 2. Whiteboard B 11 shall always be drawn up in the following cases :
1) At the ingement of a road marked by a board B 16 Main road If two main cuts are to be made, the most significant route must be marked as the main road through the intersection and, on the other hand, it is bound to have a duty of unconditional duty.
2) How Whiteboard A 11 Dangerous crossroads in which cross-crossing traffic has an unconditional knowledge obligation ; have been drawn up on the crossing road.
3) At the ingement of the lizard, cross the road where cross-crossing in the preceding intersection has had unconditional knowledge.
4) In round-drive ingestuary, even when the conniving roads are the main roads.
5) In the case of ingement in a road where the vigeable traffic cannot see the intersection of the velocity-dependent distances set forth in section 32 or where it is not clear from the road design that the crossing is more significant.
6) At the driving track to motorway, where the running is bound unconditionally, and at the winemaking route to the other road, where there is no labelling, B 15 Merge .
7) In the case of signalling mark, if there is no unconditional duty of duty, check mark. The line item is not used when signaling checked intersection.
8) At the ingement of the road, where there is a double cycle of the bicycle.
§ 62. Inconditional vigeance shall be marked by soil and gravel weighed in the main road or, where the road is established a double cycle path, unless the congruent road leads to a single property.
Paragraph 2. In the case of exit from road over pavement, the cycle path or rebate must be omitted only if the overdrive is above the cross-road lane. The run must be performed at a level with possible pavement or bicycle path.
§ 63. B 11 shall be set as near intersection as possible. If there is the line item, place B 11 As near this as possible. B 11 the board may not be placed in greater distance than 20 m before the vigeline.
Paragraph 2. If the board is used in an overdrive over pavement or bicycle path, it must be placed before the override.
Paragraph 3. B 11 shall be set up by both sides of the driving track when driving on a main road with unconditional duty of duty.
Rating for B 11 Unconditional vigeal duty
§ 64. Prevaring must be set up where traffic on a highway is subject to an unconditional duty of duty, or if B 11 board cannot be seen within the velocity-dependent distances specified in section 32, and the intersection is not held at all with orientation board.
Paragraph 2. B 11 Unconditional vigeduty and U 1 shall not be used in the ensuing of signal regulated intersection. If there is a need for protective order at a signalling cross, A 19 Light beacon used.
Paragraph 3. B 11 and U 1 shall be used in the carcaving of unconditional vivials at round-runs.
B 13 Stop
§ 65. Stopslate can be set up in intersection, in the area of closer construction, where there has been a significant impruder problem between road users coming from each direction. At the same time, one or more of the following criteria must be met :
1) the summary conditions of the more significant road are poor in relation to the permitted speed, cf. Section 32, in at least one of the legs and at least 10% of road users on the more significant road are running more than the speed allowed ;
2) the obligation is assigned to road users who have not had a temporary duty in the preceding crossword ;
3) the less significant route will appear in geometric as a traverse route through the intersection.
§ 66. Stop must be marked by both board and board B 13 as S 13 Stopline .
§ 67. On the location of B 13 and S 13 Stopline find the provisions concerning the board ; B 11 Unconditional vigeduty equivalent use.
§ 68. When B 13 used in the case of a railway overrun, it shall be set up under A 74 Crystwards the same stench.
UB 11,1 Prevarate for Stop
§ 69. Prevarate for B 13 Stop must be done with B 11 Unconditional vigeduty with sub-board UB 11,1 . The cross section must be entered on the sub-board.
Paragraph 2. B 13 Stop In the case of a railway overdrive, they must be safekeeping. This is done when setting up UB 11,1 below A 72 Railroad overdrive with no bombers .
UB 11,2 Double-tricycle cycling path
§ 70. UB 11,2 must be set up under B 11 Unconditional vigeduty and B 13 Stop , if running from the side route can cross a double bicycle crossing the side road.
Paragraph 2. UB 11,2 shall also be set up if a double cycle begins or ends at the crossroads in question.
B 15 Merge
§ 71. B 15 shall be drawn up in all acceleration lanes and by means of intersection of motorways, where road users shall merge together in accordance with the provisions of section 18 (18) of the Road Traffic Act. 3, and paragraph 1. Four, last point.
Paragraph 2. The board may only be drawn up by the side of the road haulage, where the merging must take place.
Paragraph 3. When the access runs are made, B 15 in the case of a centre rebate, a lockup or a double barreline between opposing road traffic routes.
B 16 Main road
§ 72. B 16 must not be set on motorways. The board must be set up on all other main roads. However, the police can accept that the board is not set up on the main roads, there are motorways and the main roads in the area of closer construction.
Paragraph 2. The board must be set in accordance with an intersection with significant lateral routes and, incidentally, in each side of the road, so that the distance between the boards is not greater than 3 km.
Paragraph 3. A veal mark with L 41 Rutenums for Europe road , L 42 Routenums for primary routes and weigh the mark as primary contact routes ; L 44 Rutenums for dial routes shall be published as the main road.
B 17 Main road ceaceato
§ 73. B 17 shall be set up where a marked main road terminates, but not where traffic on the main road is, incidentally, subject to non-conditionable duty or fledeply.
B 18 Keep back for maturipe
§ 74. Where? B 18 if a single track is set up at a single track, the minimum distance shall be at least free of the distance specified in section 32 of the permitted speed for road users.
B 19 Conveneering traffic must hold back.
§ 75. B 19 may be used only where : B 18 Keep back for maturipe is set upon the other end of the narrow line. The board may be set immediately at the beginning of the narrow route and must not be safekeeping.
C. Prohibior Board
SECTION 76. The importance of a prohibition shall not be extended through the use of sub-tablet in cases other than those referred to in the individual scoreboards in the notice on the marking of road marking.
Paragraph 2. Restriction of the importance of the board may not be so as to indicate that the content of the prohibition may be indicated by a different master board.
Paragraph 3. If traffic or vehicle species are to be exempted from a prohibition, this shall be done by using the symbol or text of the symbol and with 'exempt' under the symbol or in the text.
§ 77. Underboard indicating a time limit of prohibition may not be used in the tablets C 11-12 and C 55-59 Should these bans be limited, the boards must be removed, covered or so designed so that the boards are only visible when the ban is applied.
§ 78. In combination of the symbols on the whiteboards C 22-26 the maximum number of symbols and no more than 2 symbols shall be used in the same whiteboard if the board includes, inter alia, the engine running.
§ 79. Bid boards may not be pasted F 11-14 Pilguivisers , F 18 Tabledirections , F 21 Stickeys for cyclists, rites and walkers , F 30 Special service guider , F 33 Parking road wishers and G 18 TableOrientation Board .
Paragraph 2. Prohibition boards inserted on the display boards must be used only for the custodial or supplementing of a non-proscribable, executed and established normal manner.
C 11,1 Enforce prohibited, C11,2 Venrusving prohibited and C 12 Vending prohibited
$80. The Tavlers C 11 and C 12 shall be set up immediately in the front or in the intersection where the prohibition is in force. C 11,2 and C 12 may be set up on the left side of the road or above the driving lane.
Paragraph 2. The warning of the whiteboards of the type of line or of the distastment must be allowed only when there are no significant side roads on the presiding line.
Paragraph 3. If the ban is in force for a line, the board must be repeated immediately before or in all significant intersection and must also be drawn up after the intersection with a lower-line symbol 0-X m.
Paragraph 4. The Tavlers C 11,1, C11,2 and C 12 must not be pasted to display boards.
C 19 Endriving prohibited entry
§ 81. C 19 may only be used where traffic in the opposite direction is permitted.
Paragraph 2. No other sub-tablet may be used other than the ' Trained bike and moped on the driving lane.
Paragraph 3. If the driveway with bicycles and small moped are allowed against the driving direction, may C 19 is not used.
C 21 Ceasel in both directions
$82. The board C 21 Ceasel in both directions shall always be set up for both road traffic routes.
§ 83. Subboard UC 23 Environmental Zone may be used only under C 22,1 Motor vehicle, large moped, tractor and motor vehicle shall be prohibited ; , C 23,1 Lastbil prohibited and C 23,2 Bus forbidden .
C 32 Totalight of carriage trains
§ 84. C 32 must always be set up with a different board containing weight limit.
C 41 Vehicle width
§ 85. For the calculation of the permissible width, a tolerance of 20 cm is to be applied to fixed objects or discounts and 40 cm, where vehicles with the maximum permissible width of each meet are met. If there is a curve on the narrow stretch or the driving track abnormally cross-pour, the tolerance must be increased.
Paragraph 2. The width must be expressed in metres with a maximum of one decimal place.
Paragraph 3. No more vehicle width must be entered on the board than 2,5 m. If the marking of major banks is necessary, A 43 with sub-board UA 43 Free width used.
C 42 Vehicle-height
§ 86. C 42 shall be used in all cases where the free height of the driving track is less than 4,2 m. However, the board may be omitted from private roads that are not private on a private one.
Paragraph 2. The text on the board must specify the allowed vehicle height in the place where the tablet is located.
Paragraph 3. The height shall be expressed in metres with a maximum of one decimal place. A minimum tolerance of 20 cm must always be counted.
Paragraph 4. If vehicles are allowed to exceed the midline for the road, then all road haulage must be marked.
C 43 Vehicle length
§ 87. Length must be set at all meters.
C 51 Overhaling prohibited
§ 88. Within a more denser-built area, C 51 use only to a limited extent.
$89. Outside of the territory, the following rules shall apply :
1) C 51 shall be used where the prohibition is imposed, which does not comply with the section 23 of the Road Traffic Act. The board must therefore be used in connection with the curtailment of places where overhauing is not prohibited under the section 23 of the Traffic Act, but the barrier line prevents cars from overtaking each other. However, this does not apply to short curfew lines before road crossroads.
2) Where? C 51 be used for the suppreling of the lockout line (approximately). 100 m before the start of the barrage of the line, 100-X m.
3) Where it is not clear to the traffic borders that the ban is still in force, C 51 repeated at least for each 500 m.
4) The board must be set at both sides of the driving lane.
C 52 Overcut with lorry truckload
§ 90. C 52 the trashing track must be set at both sides of the driving track at least 100 m before the place where the ban is to be applied.
Paragraph 2. The board must be repeated after significant intersection and at least for each 500 m.
C 53 ophors of overhauing
§ 91. Applicable C 53 as a Variable, this is controlled with the associated variable C 51 -Whiteboard.
C 54 Ophat of overhalition by lorry
§ 92. Applicable C 54 as a Variable, this is controlled with the associated variable C 52 -Whiteboard.
C 55 Local speed limitation
§ 93. C 55 must be repeated after all significant lateral roads shall be more than 50 m after the weighing of the weighing and at a maximum of 100 m after their completion. If the side route has a lower speed limit than the route to which the above is fluctuated, the maximum length of 50 metres above can be increased up to 150 metres, depending on the local conditions.
Paragraph 2. If a local speed restriction must be applied by the boards E 42 Highway , E 44 Motorway ceaes , E 55 Closer brighter and E 56 Termination of Closer-built Area , shall : C 55 repeated or not more than 60 m after the board. C 55 may, however, never be discharged closer than 30 metres before or after E 55 Closer brighter .
Paragraph 3. On the roads of more than one lane in the same road road road, C 55 be set up on both sides of the driving lane.
Paragraph 4. On Rail Exerts, which (except for A 72 Railroad overdrive with no bombers and with A 74 Crystwards () alone, secured at a ting-point of view, must be established on a local speed limit to the last hundred metres before the overdrive.
$94. Where? C 55 used as a variable board to complement fixed warning boards, the variable tablets must be at least 50 m after the fixed tablets. However, in closer-built area, variable tablets may be set up to 30 m for the fixed tablets.
C 56 Termination of Local Speed Liability
§ 95. Where? C 55 Local speed limitation are determined with the line, must be : C 56 are set up when the specified local speed limit is higher than the general speed limit for the route of the road concerned.
Paragraph 2. Where the local speed limit is lower than the general speed limit for the route of the road concerned, C 56 To be placed on the left side of the road.
§ 96. Applicable C 56 as a Variable, this is controlled with the associated variable C 55 -Whiteboard.
C 59 Ophors of prohibition
§ 97. C 59 must be used where there is a need to put an end to a ban that cannot be specified on one of the whiteboards ; C 53 ophors of overhauing , C 54 Ophat of overhauling with lorries prohibited or C 56 Termination of Local Speed Liability .
Paragraph 2. If a ban must apply after C 59 shall be affixed to the prohibition board on the same pole as the post-termination board or immediately after it.
C 61 Stop prohibited, C 62 Parking prohibited, UC 33 Parking, UC 61, UC 62, UC 60,1-3, E 33 Parking and UE 33.1-4
-98. On the road at the speed of 60 km/h or more, C 61 or C 62 is only set up with sub-whiteboard U 3, UC 60,1-3 or a combination of these sub-tablets.
§ 99. To limit the restrictions of keyboards C 61, C 62 and E 33 in the case of time and road-transport species, U 3, UC 33, UC 61, UC 62 or U 4 are used during main tablets.
Paragraph 2. Any restrictions outside of those times the main tablet C 61 apply must be specified with the whiteboard UC 62 and UC 33 in combination with UC 61 . Any restrictions outside of those times the scoreboard C 62 apply must be provided with board UC 33 in combination with UC 62 .
Paragraph 3. To C 61 can be used to enterboard the "By and loading and loading" text "and" and "and" and "Exspices of the" and "Ex-ascent."
§ 100. The following is the maximum set of 20 to 25 m of the down arrow or double arrow after the location where the restriction is applied. If applicable from an intersection shall not exceed 20 to 25 m in accordance with the area covered by the provisions of section 29 of the Traffic Act and parking in the X (10 m or the curbine after the intersection).
Paragraph 2. If the trader to be applied to a crossroads must be set up, then the distance to the 10 meter before crossing or at least the possible breakdown in road hauliers shall be approximately approximately 1. Seventy feet.
§ 101. Where the restrictions are the same before and after a whiteboard, then the same must be the same and hind-point.
Paragraph 2. Where the restrictions are not the same before and after a whiteboard, the main tablet shall be omitted from the back. The restrictions that apply to the board must be entered on the back. UC 61 , UC 62 or UC 33 without a pill.
§ 102. On setup of C 61 and C 62 and E 33 Parking where this allows parking on the driving track without marking on this, the cover must always be used on the front page, UC 60,1-3 , UE 3,1-3 or equivalent arrows on other sub-board.
Paragraph 2. Where the validity of the restriction is set by arrows, the upward arrows shall be placed above the downward ward. The strictest restriction must be at the top of the list for each direction.
Paragraph 3. Where the parking option is shown across the run direction, UE 3,1-3 and UC 60, 1-3 (distorted) so the arrows are horizontal. A similar turn must be carried out by these whiteboards in a waiting room.
§ 103. A time interval for a restriction must not be contained within a time range that applies to another restriction in the same site. Time intervals must not overlap either.
Paragraph 2. Where a restriction applies within a specified period of time and a less strict restriction applies in the same place for the rest of the week, the text shall be : "Evrich time" shall be used.
Paragraph 3. Where a restriction occurs only in parts of a day and a less strict restriction, the text must be : "The rest of the day" is used.
Paragraph 4. Where a restriction has been lessed a part of the time by a sub-board with text or by symbol of individual vehicle species, the relaxation shall be indicated as time intervals contained within the time interval of the restriction.
D. On-board Board
§ 104. The Underboard U 1 , U 2 and U 3 shall not be used in the beekeeper. By D 55 Minimum speed and D 56 Ophat of at least speed can U 1 and U 2 However they are used
D 11 Prohibited run
§ 105. The horizontal arrow shall be placed immediately after the place where the road users are to swing. The board must not be set up, where there is traffic in front of the road to the direction of the arrow.
Paragraph 2. Clothes with the bent arrow shall be set up in front of the place where road traffic is to be swinged.
Paragraph 3. The taps shall not be used where the road is so that it is only possible to operate in the denoted directions.
D 12 Prohibited Run Run Direction
§ 106. D 12 shall be used immediately in front of round-runs, where it is not possible to put road boards in the centre island.
D 15 Prohibited and D 16 Optional Passage
§ 107. D 15 with the arrow to the right and D 16 may not be used where there is mod-road traffic on the road to the right of the board.
D 21 Cycle path, D 22 Gangpath, D 23 Ridesti, D 26 Delt Path and D 27 Shared Path
§ 108. The tacrawler for the required path can be set exclusively on the left side of the path, e.g. in a discount between lane path and path.
UD 21,1 Double cycle path and UD 21,2 Double cycling path will end
-109. Cycle path along the way may be marked only for double-checked traffic when the path satisfies the conditions of the Ministry of Public Workers ' Circular on the establishment of double bicycle paths along the road.
Paragraph 2. The double cycling path must be marked with D 21 Cycle Path , D 26 Delt Path or D 27 Shared Path equipped with sub-board ; OUT 21,1 and OUT 21,2 .
Paragraph 3. The taps must be set up where the path begins and ends and at all intersection.
Paragraph 4. For intersection, the whiteboards are set up after the intersection relative to a cyclist that is driving on the left side of the double path.
Paragraph 5. The double bicycle path must be marked with a narrow punctured line and the length of the same length. The line must be continued over side roads and exits.
Paragraph 6. On the side roads, you must be marked with V 21 Cycle symbol on both sides of the line.
Paragraph 7. Where? B 11 Unconditional vigeduty or B 13 Stop has been set by a double-cycle, the board shall be provided with board-board ; UB 11,2 Double-tricycle cycling path .
Paragraph 8. Where cyclists must use bicycle path on the left side of the road, must : D 21 with sub-board OUT 1 are drawn up on the right side.
D 55 Minimum speed
§ 110. The minimum rate of speed shall be approved by the directorates, cf. however, paragraph 1 2.
Paragraph 2. In the main road transport, the Ministry of Transport may approve the use of afmarking at least speed.
§ 111. Where? E 11 are used with R 11 Vognbanle , there must be complete consistency between the two markings.
Paragraph 2. E 11 tablets must not be rejected by the stop.
E 15 Carriage tracks at the intersection.
§ 112. On E 15 discounts must be declared with black surrounded by white outlet and the longitudinal markings shall be shown in white.
E 16 Carriage Lane :
§ 113. In the constrictor where a lane tractor strip is removed so that the driving must merge according to the rules of section 18 (6) of the Road Traffic Act. 4, must the lane track on E 16 is displayed in accordance with the trackable lane and without the lane lines between the lane tracks.
Paragraph 2. In the case of the blackboard, when the board is used to narrow down the lines of road traffic lines in such a way that the carriage lane which ceades to be stripped, must be used to cross the lane line in accordance with the provision of the road traffic law. Section 18 (2). Two, about the lane change. The second longitudinal mark must not be shown on the board.
Paragraph 3. In the case of discounts, longitudinal markings and in the case of temporary markings, the same rules shall apply to the line and whiteboard colours listed below ; E 15 Carriage tracks at the intersection. .
E 17 Foddeddger field
§ 114. In the non-signalling field, the marking must be marked on the driving lane, cf. without signalling. § 184, supplemented with board E 17 to be specific to the light of the light. However, the board may be omitted from the pedestrian area immediately following a vige or stopline.
Paragraph 2. E 17 either be set up in both sides of the lane in the direction of the pedestrian field in the driving direction or hanging over the driving lane over each of the two run directions. The taps must be double-sided.
E 19 Entiguatable Horror
§ 115. E 19 shall be drawn up by all road crossroads on a one-way street, where traffic may be brought into the road.
Paragraph 2. Where the road is not unidirected for certain road species, e.g. cyclists, E 19 be set up with sub-board, specifying the exception, cf. U 5 .
Paragraph 3. The lane reserved for traffic in traffic must be separated by a double-line from the other driving lane. If the derogation includes bicycles and small moped, the double barline exception may be omitted, except at the crossroads.
E 23 Guidance for invalide
§ 116. E 23 shall be used for accesses, which are particularly suitable for invalidates.
E 31 Busholdeplace
§ 117. E 31 may be set up irrespective of the provision in the traffic law, section 29 (4). 1, no. 2, and regardless of the fact that there is a stand-up ban on the slate, C 61 Standzing prohibited .
Paragraph 2. The board may be supplemented by necessary information on road traffic management, e.g. driving times, routes and zones. This information shall be set up by the congestion by means of an agreement with the police and the road authority / road authority.
E 37 Crybetrails
§ 118. E 37 shall be set at the beginning of the track and shall be held in a number of other confinals. -200 meters away. Both tablets must specify the length of the crystal track. Regarding the speed declaration, see section 110, D 55 Minimum speed .
Paragraph 2. At the end of the track to the end of the track, there must be the blocking line for the resistance of the resistance to facilitate extracurrication from the trackable track.
E 39 Recommended veloco
§ 119. E 39 are used outside of a more denser-built area. The speed limit must be less than the general speed limit and must be determined on the basis of a comprehensive assessment of the road installation, including an assessment of the view conditions of motor vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians, cf. § § 32 and 163.
E 41 Speed Indication of the Exit
§ 120. E 41 shall be used in disconnectors with abnormally sharp turns. The speed of the estimated speed shall be determined by the police with the consent of the weight/weight/road authority. The board must be positioned at a distance that ensures that the speed can be reduced before the curve.
E 42 Highway
§ 121. E 42 shall be used, on the one hand, where the motorway is a direct continuation of the general road network, and on the driving routes to motorways.
Paragraph 2. The board must be drawn up in the place where it shall be prohibited from traffic to road users who are not on the motorway. If there is not a reasonable relocation in this area, the holding must be safekeeping with a pretented intersection of the intersection.
E 43 Interstate Road
§ 122. E 43 shall be established where the road traffic road begins and after each cross with road or path open to road users who must not use the motorway road.
Paragraph 2. On the subject of detention, the same rule applies as for the motorway.
E 44 Motorway ceaes
§ 123. E 44 must be set up where the motorway ends and must be safekeeping for 400 metres before this site.
Paragraph 2. In the absence of journeys, the board must be used only where it is not clear that the freeway is being abandoned.
Paragraph 3. The board must be set up on both sides of the driving lane.
E 45 Motor Traffic Road ceaceato
§ 124. E 45 must be set up where the road traffic road terminates and must be safered 200 m before this site.
Paragraph 2. On the side roads and journeys, it shall only be used where it is not clear that the interstate road is left out.
Paragraph 3. The board must be set up on both sides of the running lane when more than one lane lane in the run direction.
E 49 Gågade
§ 125. E 49 shall be set up by any driveway to the street area.
E 50 Ophore of walking street
§ 126. E 50 shall be set up by any exit from the walking street area.
E 51 Buses and playground areas
§ 127. E 51 shall be set up by any driveway to the area.
Paragraph 2. Roads in a residence and playground must clearly appear as suitable for stay and play over the area of the road. They must not be separated from driving lines and sidewalks, and there must be no horizontal difference in the cross-section of the road. However, the part of the road that is suitable for driving can be marked for example by a coating in a disarming colour. However, in the case of a conversion of the existing roads, the edges may be maintained if they are clearly disconnected at intervals at intervals of 25 metres.
Paragraph 3. There must be no warning boards at the individual speed-dampness measures in the area.
Paragraph 4. There must be no unconditional duty in road intersection in the area.
E 52 Ophurs of residence and body
§ 128. E 52 shall be discharged at every exit from a residence and playground.
E 53 Retachor dampening space
§ 129. E 53 be put in any driveway to an area in which the driving track through physical measures in the area of the road is designed so that it is not suitable for driving at a higher speed than the specified one.
Paragraph 2. The Directorates may allow the board to be omitted if a new area has been specially designed for the purpose of low speeds.
Paragraph 3. Speed speeds between 20 km/h and 45 km/h. The speed limit of 45 km/h must be used for speed-dampers at speeds of 45 to 50 km/h.
Paragraph 4. No special warning boards must be set at the speed-dampness measures in the area.
E 54 Ophing of the tachograph area
$130. E 54 be set up by any exit from the area unless the area is directly replaced by another area of tachograph or of the area of residence and body.
Paragraph 2. Interrogations may be set up on the left side of the road as the back side of the area code.
E 55 Closer, brighter land and E 56 Termination of Closer-built area
§ 131. E 55 and E 56 may be set up without the name of the urban area.
Paragraph 2. On the roads of more than three hauliers, the tablets must be set up in both sides of the driving lane.
Paragraph 3. E 55 can be performed as a Board of Underboard. This can be set up under C 56 Termination of Local Speed Liability , when this in closer briggets nests a local speed limitation, which is higher than the general one.
Paragraph 4. E 55 and E 56 tablets must not be placed together with other markings.
Paragraph 5. Sager for setup or moving of E 55 and E 56 be decided by the police after negotiation with the guidance counselor or the road authority.
E 68 Zoneboard
§ 132. E 68 shall be set up on all roads leading into the area.
Paragraph 2. The use of a symbol for non-local speed limitation, environmental zone, stopping and parking shall be approved by the directorates, cf. however, paragraph 1 3.
Paragraph 3. On main roads, the use of the symbol of non-local speed limitation, environmental zone, stopping and parking shall be approved by the Ministry of Transport.
E 69 Ophil of Zone
§ 133. A zone must be repealed with E 69 unless the zone is replaced by a new zone with mutiller restrictions.
§ 134. E 68,4 and E 69,4 may be used for the marking of zones with a local speed limitation, determined in accordance with the Danish Law of the Conduct of the Traffic Act. 2, cf. § 42, paragraph. 4, and 5.
Paragraph 2. The Establishment of the speed zone must be done according to the rules in section 135-143.
§ 135. The application for the establishment of a speed zone shall be sent to the police attached to :
1) Target fixed roadplan with the following :
a) road names,
b) running track marking,
c) Location of the Board of Labelling and
d) the result of the speed measurements V 85% (at the rate of 85% of road traffic congestion).
2) Evaluation plan with an indication of :
a) the location of speed measurements,
b) the time of completion of the evaluation, and
c) whether campaigns are planned at the start of the evaluation period.
§ 136. A speed zone, tagged with E 68,4 shall include at least 2 road closures.
Paragraph 2. However, a partial route of a road may be, in exceptional cases, with the permission of the police, E 68,4 if it is situated in the immediate association with other areas marked with E 68,4 .
Paragraph 3. In such subsections, tachograph dampers must be used equal to the source of the speed and the lines shall be longer than :
1) 100 m at 30 km/h.
2) 300 meters at 40 km/h.
3) 500 m at 50 km/h.
Paragraph 4. A speed zone may not be established if the maximum length of the driving force of the zone exceeds 1500 metres from the crossing of the zone ; E 68,4 at the end of the zone to the target of the drive.
§ 137. Within a more denser-built area, tagged with E 55 Closer brighter , only zones of speeds of 30 km/h or 40 km/h may be set up.
Paragraph 2. In the case of no more dense-built area, only zones of speeds of 40 km/h or 50 km/h should be established.
Paragraph 3. In recreational areas and summer humples outside of closer land, zones may be established at speeds of 30 km/h, 40 km/h or 50 km/h.
§ 138. In the case of individual road closures within the speed limit, speed dampers must be established if the good part of the road line is longer than :
1) 100 m at the sign speed of 30 km/h.
2) 300 m at the sign speed 40 km/h.
3) 500 m at the sign speed 50 km/h.
Paragraph 2. However, this does not apply where V 85% is less than :
1) 36 km/h at the sign speed of 30 km/h.
2) 47 km/h at the sign speed of 40 km/h.
3) 58 km/h at the speed of 50 km/h.
§ 139. Speed measurements must be carried out on all roads in the zone with a straight line over 150 metres, both before and after the speed-zone establishment.
Paragraph 2. The speed shall be measured with an accuracy of +/-3 km/h or better, and the speed of single-vehicle speed shall be measured.
Paragraph 3. The speed measurements must be carried out on an everyday day of normal traffic and during normal weather conditions.
§ 140. Within 1.5 years after the establishment of a speed zone an evaluation shall be carried out and an evaluation report submitted to the police.
Paragraph 2. The evaluation must commence at least two months after the establishment of the zone and the end of any campaign.
§ 141. The Evaluation Report must contain a fixed road plan indicating :
1) road names,
2) running track marking,
3) Location of the Board of Labelling :
4) the location and type of any speed dampers ;
5) the results of the speed measurements V 85% before and after the speed zone established ; and
6) where the speed measurements have been made.
Paragraph 2. Where tachogras are used to counter the speed of passenger cars and only limited to heavy traffic, V 85% shall be declared for both passenger cars and for heavy traffic.
§ 142. The withdrawal must be supplemented by tachograph dampers if the measuring of V 85% on a line is greater than :
1) 36 km/h at the sign speed of 30 km/h.
2) 47 km/h at the sign speed of 40 km/h.
3) 58 km/h at the speed of 50 km/h.
Paragraph 2. An additional evaluation shall be carried out at the end of the first evaluation, where appropriate, and an evaluation report shall be submitted to the police.
The location of the keys.
§ 143. The speed zone boards must be set on self-employed workers and must not be combined with other whiteboards other than E 53 or E 54 .
Paragraph 2. E 68,4 -tablets must be at least 25 m after intersection.
Paragraph 3. E 68,4 -tablets shall be set at a height of at least 1,5 m measured from the surface coating surface of the overhead to the underedge of the board ;
Paragraph 4. The taps must be set as to the fact that road users entering the zone can always see at least one whiteboard that displays the zone.
E 80 General speed restrictions
§ 144. E 80 shall be discharged at border crossings, in ferry ports and airports with foreign traffic.
Paragraph 2. The board must be supplemented by UE 80 .
E 90 Automatic traffic control
§ 145. E 90 shall be set up by stationary equipment for automatic traffic control.
Paragraph 2. The board usually opts in accordance with the same principles as warning boards.
Other information spelling, E 91 Fartshows
§ 146. The text consists partly of leased, black letters with a versage of a minimum of 143 mm, but at least 170 mm at a speed limit of 80 km/h, and in the light of illuminous white, variable digits with a veraltitude at a minimum of 250 mm, minimum 400 mm at a minimum of 400 mm, speed limitation of 80 km/h.
Paragraph 2. Option may only be carried out on roads with a speed limitation of 80 km/h or lower. In the event of a reduction in the local speed limit, electronic tachograph must be set up only after the affinity of the end of the sluthas. The speed measure must be able to be uniquely communicated to the individual traffic, so that this is not a question of who the current rate applies.
Border and background markings
147. Distance from the bicycle edge to the nearest point of the border and background marking must be at least 0,3 m.
148. N 41 Kantbulle Do not present any danger to the exit, and the material shall not splintered in breach of general occurring temperatures.
Paragraph 2. The edges must not weigh over 4 kg and must be able to break or be put down by a horizontal force of a maximum of 1 kN at a height of 0,5 metres.
Paragraph 3. The edge pages must be performed as shown on Figure 1.
Paragraph 4. However, short-range cantbulbs may be used in car seat cues from close to the driving lane. The retroreflecting plate and possible odometer value must then be located at the same height above the driving lane as specified in figure 1.
Paragraph 5. On one-way lines, only is a reflex on the side that is facing the direction of the driving direction.
§ 149. N 41 shall be used on main roads and other route numbers of routes as a continuous cohesive. They must be drawn up in pairs with a distance of 100 m, both in the outer rebate and the centre rebate.
Paragraph 2. On road closures equipped with a guarantor or roar rods, the pitchers may be omitted if the distance from the wheelhouse (coating) to the guardiantor or the railing is less than 1,5 m.
Paragraph 3. Cantpees may be omitted in closer-built area and on road-lines where local conditions make up inappropriate, e.g. where sidewalks or bicycle path immediately up to the driving lane leads to the fact that there is no room for position along the road ; The wheelman.
Paragraph 4. On road-lighting routes, the pitchers may be omitted from the centre discounts which are equipped with car protective units.
Paragraph 5. In the case of road closures with curvings less than 2000 m, the plight of the plight shall be established by less distance than 100 m to mark the course of the curve, unless marked with it instead of N 42 Cantack plates or O 41,1 Re-mount spike .
Paragraph 6. Labelling with cinch in curves must be carried out in accordance with Figure 2.
N 42 Cantack plates
§ 150. N 42 be established instead of N 41 , where a particular strong mark is needed.
Paragraph 2. N 42 must be performed as shown in Figure 3 and be set up with an underlining of more than 0,5 m above terrain. The height of the roof may have been reduced, but must be approximately be at least 1,1 m high. In closer-built area, can N 42 are performed in smaller dimensions.
N 43 Spidemark
§ 151. On N 43 Spidemark the altering of red and white fields must have the same size conditions as N 42 .
O. Background Rating
§ 152. O 41 Respike spike may only be discharged in the outside of curves.
P. Completing Guy
§ 153. P 11 Hellefire it shall be carried out by such a means that they shall not cause particular risk to road users.
Paragraph 2. The helo boy must be carried out with the dimensions specified on Figure 4.
Paragraph 3. The Hellel guys must be uniform, enlightened or reflecting with a reflecting type 4 all the way around the socket up to a height that must not be more than 10 cm below the top top of the saints.
§ 154. P 11 Hellefire may not be used on the primary either.
Paragraph 2. When the sac should be able to pass to the left, the column must immediately be marked by : D 15 Prohibited passage or D 16 Optional Passage , unless the furnnger is situated on a driving track by a one-way road traffic, or the marking on the driving track and the road park clearly show that the beacon is to be passed to the left.
Paragraph 3. The lucky man must not be set up in such a way that their height, including the heel, is more than 0,9 m measured from the driving lane at the scene of the establishment, cf. Figure 4.
§ 155. Main roads and other routes and other routes must be mileared, and these roads should be used to set up mileatherment.
Paragraph 2. The tickle is measured by the system ' s system line (normally weighted centre).
Paragraph 3. In light bulbs, the odometer odometer must be positioned as shown on Figure 5.
Paragraph 4. The integer value of the odometer value is the odometer value of the odometer value and must not be removed or moved when the mimitration is completed.
§ 156. The source marking must be designed as shown on Figure 6.
Paragraph 2. The entire kilometre must be specified without decimal places, while 100 m partition is indicated by one decimal place (one digit below the decimal line on the plate).
Paragraph 3. The distance on the kilometre plate shall indicate the administrative number of the road, as shown in the register of the road. Reward zeros in the number may be omitted. After a dash, after a hyphen, the number of the ramp is indicated by a hyphen character, if the pitcher is situated on the road itself.
Paragraph 4. In addition, the road ' s odometer value shall be indicated on the plate with an arrow that is upwards in the right side of the road in the road and downwards in the left side of the road in the kilometrate direction.
Paragraph 5. If the distance from the previous overall odometer deviates 10 m or more from 1000 metres, a 'mile' should be introduced. This is displayed on the odometer that completes the "mimileameter" at the top of the mileastplate to introduce "F". In the back (for the rebate) of the marked mark, the distance is expressed in metres from the previous odometer value as shown on Figure 7.
Rating on the driving lane
§ 157. The marking of the running track shall be carried out with the dimensions and layout laid down in Appendix 5.
§ 158. Bodded lines must always be at least twice as wide as narrow lines that are on the same road. On the same road, narrow lines must have the same width. Bred lines on the same road must have the same width if they relate to the same conditions. The double-line distance must be the same as the width of the narrow lines.
Paragraph 2. Deviations from the specified dimensions may be permitted if they are within -5 to +10% of the specified number sizes. In the intersection of the intersection, however, the dimensions may be adapted according to the conditions. The ratio between the length of the line and space for the lines lane line line, item line, punctured edge lines, punctured line to break path, trajecting and cycle field must not deviate with more than +/-10%.
Paragraph 3. The marking of yellow must be carried out in such a way that, in all weather and light conditions, it is clearly different from any white affluent markings on the same line.
Paragraph 4. The line items, alert lines, or cantlines on the centre or areas must not be carried out in such a way as to be perceived as a punctured line across the run direction.
Q. Longitude markings
§ 159. Length markings shall be used for the segregation of road lines of opposite road traffic (midline), for the separation of road hauliers in the same direction (delineine), for the delimitation of the part of the driving track to be used by motor vehicles ; large mopeds and the demarcation of special lines (border) and the division of paths.
Paragraph 2. The distance between two lines or between a line and the curb limiting the same cart must be at least 2,75 metres unless the traffic is phased out at very low speed (10-20 km/h), and there are very few large vehicles. The width requirement also does not apply to road work, where a narrow lane is marked by : C 41 Vehicle width .
§ 160. To limit reversible cart lanes, double Q42 Varslingline used. Establishment of reversible hauliers must be approved by the Guidance Board.
Paragraph 2. In the main roads, the construction of reversible vehicles must be approved by the Ministry of Transport.
§ 161. Q44 SpineLine can be used as a mid-line and as a line-line.
§ 162. Q44 SpineLine must be replaced by Q42 Varslingline in places where it is allowed to cross the line. The cross-line permit is to be made the single set by applying the double line consisting of the line and alert line. The alert line may, exceptionally, to a maximum of 35 m, replace the blocking line in cases where the stop is desired, but where marking with the lockout line according to the rule in section 29 (2) of the road traffic law. 1, no. 8, prohibit the stop.
§ 163. When the between 2 points, located 1,0 m above the midline midline, is less than the values in Table 2, the view is considered to be restricted.
§ 164. Q 44 SpineLine, are used as the midline on the hill or road curve where the view is limited, cf. § 163, must have a length of at least 50 m. If the view is limited on a line of 20 metres or less, the blocking line can be omitted. If the line is between 20 metres and 50 m, the curfew is extended to the rear, so that the length of the length is 50 m.
Paragraph 2. If the distance between 2 lines for the same journey direction is shorter than 100 m on the road at which the permitted speed is higher than 60 km/h and 50 metres at the speed of 60 km/h or lower, the tape line must be marked on the whole of : the line.
§ 165. The centre line must be used on main roads and other routes of the route, where the vehicle is greater than or equal to 2.80 m can be established, unless the path is marked as the tricorder with the delineline.
Paragraph 2. The centre line must be used regardless of the lane width and, regardless of the number of road hauliers, on all routes and more important local countenets where the view is limited, cf. § 163, as well as in front, and solid objects.
Paragraph 3. The midline must be applied to all roads where there is a translation ban on board ; C 51 Overhaling prohibited .
Paragraph 4. The centre line must be used on all roads in front of the stop or virams line and in front of the pedestrian area where the trailers are greater than or equal to 2.80 m can be established.
Execution of midlines
§ 166. The midline can be done as simple Q 41 Vognbanelline, simple Q42 Varslingline or as a double line. Double-line must not be composed of two Q 41 Vognbanelline. The decision on which lines are to be applied in the double line must be carried out in the light of the conditions in the lane which is nearest to each line.
§ 167. The center line must be run as Q 41 Vognbanelline, where no other longitudinal marking is prescribed in 168.
§ 168. The midline can be executed as Q44 SpineLine (part of the double line) or Q 45 Sparref, where the number of road hauliers is reduced or increased, or where the width of these is reduced. The length of the distance depends on the permitted speed or the spreading reduction.
Paragraph 2. The centre line must be carried out as a line of heat (part of the double line) of a line of 100 m before pedestrian fields and within a more denser-built area on a line of 50 m before pedestrian area. This does not apply, however, where there is the line on the line.
Paragraph 3. The midline must be carried out as a line (part of the double line) or stop-refundable, on road-lines where the view is limited. However, the midline can be done as a single item line instead of the line line (part of the double line) or the roadblock, on two tracked routes with a lane width less than 5.60 m.
Paragraph 4. The midline must be carried out as a barreline (part of the double line) or refund; on road-lines, where there is a haysline containing a whiteboard ; C 51 Overhaling prohibited .
Paragraph 5. The center line must be performed as a barreline (part of the double line) or blocked by road closures before stopping or virailing, even where there are short midterms at the stop or the virailing line. The curbed or confinement shall be carried out on a line of at least 22,5 m-in a closer-built area at least 11,25 m before the stop or virailing line. The barrier line must be at least 50 m and continue to be taken over the tracks before the rail road cut above the tracks.
Paragraph 6. The centre line must be carried out as a barreline line (part of the double line) or be refunded on road closures and solid objects or in a restricted area before the start of the left-wing wingman. The line item shall be carried out over a line corresponding to the longitudinal table of Table 3. If there are two carriage routes past midterms or blocked, the barrier line may be replaced by the alert line (part of the double line). However, in the case of roadings with stop or vigeline, however, the barrelling line can be reduced, cf. paragraph 9.
Paragraph 7. In two-tracked roads situated in closer-built area with many access and exit and with limited view, cf. § 163 can be the midline regardless of the lane width of the lane as a single alert line.
Paragraph 8. The midline must be carried out as a double line or curtback on roads by four or more road hauliers. However, within a more denser area, the midline may be carried out as a single alert line on road closures, where there are many in and out routes, and on road closures, where a part of the time is allowed in one or both the outer lane routes ; and this parking has such an extent that these vehicles are unusable for driving.
Niner. 9. The midline must be carried out as the alert line (part of the double line) of a 100 m before the curtline, at which the maximum speed is greater than 60 km/h and 50 metres where the permitted speed is less than or equal to 60 km/h, except where the maximum permitted speed is 60 km/h ; speed indications of 30 km/h or lower. However, when the stop or vilitre line in less significant roads, this length may be reduced to at least 30 m and within a more denser-built area, fully omitted. If the distance from a barrage line to a subsequent alert line for the driving in the same direction is less than 50 m, the alert line will be extended to this line item. Varslingline shall not be used as a centre line on marching boats.
§ 169. Sharing lines shall be applied to the triorated roads and on motorways.
Execution of Lines
§ 170. Share lines must be run as Q 41 Vognbanelline Before S 13 Stopline or S 11 Vigeline is replaced by at least 15 m ; Q44 SpineLine (single-line) holding at least 15 m. Q42 Varslingline (single line). Within the area of closer construction, the longitudinal line and alert line lengths may be reduced to a minimum of 10 m. The line item may be omitted.
Paragraph 2. The front fixed items on the runway must be carried out as : Q 45 Sparref holding at 100 m alert line, where the maximum permitted speed is greater than 60 km/h, and 50 m alert line at which the permitted speed is less or equal to 60 km/h.
Paragraph 3. In exceptional cases where it is necessary to ban the carriage of vehicles on the one hand, the line line can be used as a double line consisting of the line and the carriage line line. Such marking shall be approved by the directorate.
Paragraph 4. On main roads, the marking of paragraph shall be tagging. 3, approved by the Department of Transportation.
§ 171. In the crossroads, Q 45 Sparref terminates where there is cross-traffic. Scatter constraining line without interruption of the abrasion is used only for incarceration and exit points where the consecution of the confinement is to be allowed. The punctured restriction line must be carried out as Q42 Varslingline .
§ 172. In the runways of a double-traffic traffic, Q46 Unbroken border border use only where the centre line is used.
Paragraph 2. The break channel line cannot be used on two-track roads with a width less than 5.80 metres.
Paragraph 3. On a one-way street, with a double-boiled scent must be allowed Q47 Scatter border bar is not used where the maximum permitted speed is greater than 50 km/h in closer-built area or 60 km/h outside of a more denser-built area.
Paragraph 4. The border line must be used to separate an ordinary lane trajectory from a particular lane (pure trajectory, crutch, trajectory, bus trajectory, bus trajectory, trajectory, trajectory and cycling).
Paragraph 5. In the crossroads that are not signaled, the channel line for the more significant route must be entered through the intersection. The border line for the less significant route must be interrupted at the intersection.
Paragraph 6. In the signalling intersection, the border line shall be used according to the conditions.
Execution of border border items
§ 173. Border line must be run uninterrupted by discounts, emergency tracks, bus lanes, cycling lanes and parking lanes.
§ 174. The border crossing must be carried out on the more significant road, when the less significant road is larger than 5,5 m.
Paragraph 2. The edge line must be carried out by shears, trajectings, trainers, and crossroads. The channel line must, however, be unbroken by the last part of clean swings.
Paragraph 3. On a single track of a double-road traffic, the distance between punctured cantlines must not be greater than 3,5 m and less than 3,0 m.
Border line width
§ 175. The border line limiting the part of the driving lane to be used by the motor running must be carried out when the distance from the wheelhouse to the edge of the line against the midway of the lane is less than or equal to 0,8 m (narrow cut-off range).
Paragraph 2. The border line limiting the part of the driving track to be used by the engine running must be carried out on a broad range when the distance from the wheelhouse to the border of the line against the midway of the driving line is greater than or equal to 0,9 m (wide channel track).
Paragraph 3. The border line that separates ordinary road hauliers from special lanes (pure fluctuations, trails, trajectlanes, bus lanes, emergency tracks and bicycle lanes) must be carried out on a wide range.
Paragraph 4. On motorways, the edge line must always be carried out wide.
Paragraph 5. Kantline, which, at the intersection of the more significant road, is used to restrict the right hand of the equitable lane, must be carried out on a wide range of cyclists and mopeds from cycling path, bicycle lane, wide square or high-high rail road, along the more significant road Passing the area of the road to the right of the border area. In other cases, the cantline is crummy. However, the border bar may, in all cases, be carried out, if necessary, in order to highlight a particular line of lination in the crossword.
Paragraph 6. The channel line, which, in the more significant way, is used to restrict the left side of the left side from the left side to the left wing of the left side against the left wing of the left wing of the left side of the left wing of the left side of the left side of the left-hand side of the left-hand side of the left-hand side.
Paragraph 7. On one-track road with a double traffic, the cantline must be carried out on a wide range (wide channel lane).
Line in Paths
§ 176. Lines on paths must be used to separate the routes of road species unless the physical form clearly differs these.
Paragraph 2. Lines on paths shall be used for the separation of road hauments on the double-cycle path along the road and to the demarcation of the marching bicycle of swinging cyclists and mopeds.
Paragraph 3. The edge line on the path is run narrow and established in the right-hand edge of the path set in the run direction. When the path is processed, e.g. by bus pockets, a cantline in the left edge of the path of 10 m before the prior statement of 10 m will be supplemented by the path prior to the prior statement.
Paragraph 4. Lines on paths must not be retroreflecting.
R. Pilaf markings
SECTION 177. Clean right or left-rushing lanes must always be marked with arrows. However, the notification marking shall not be required for ramifications or exit routes marked by the ristlers.
R 14 Vognbanle with a swing ban
§ 178. Where? R14 shall also be used, shall also be specified by prohibition or on the protruce.
R15 lane change pile
§ 179. R15 may be used only when there is no mod-traffic in the lane trajecable which the arrows point to.
S. Tweafaff markings
§ 180. Non-Persistent twashmark may be yellow, cf. § 50 i Notice on the marking of road marking. Any similar white aftagging shall be removed or covered.
Paragraph 2. Tweasel markings shall not be carried out with a traffic accident alone.
S 11 Vigeline
§ 181. In the name of road-ingles, where an unconditional duty is established for the driving force after the rule in section 26 (4) of the Road Code. 2, must be marked with S 11 Vigeline However, the unconditional vigeal duty may be indicated solely with board B 11 Unconditional vigeduty where the weighing of the road is impossible to make clear and durable identification with a vilitre line, e.g. by road work.
Paragraph 2. The line of information shall be located at an appropriate distance from the edge of the nearest perm or cycle of road haulage, but may be placed in the lane or cycle edge of road or cycle, especially at lower-level speeds within a closer range of areas.
Paragraph 3. Where the unconditional duty is to be followed by the provision in the section 26 (5) of the Road Code. The provisions relating to the marking of unconditional duty on the basis of the provisions of Article 26 (3) of the Code of Conduct shall be subject to particular labelling. 2, similar application. In those cases, the unconditional duty on the section 26 (5) of the Road Code. 3, marked with waveline, must be placed before pavement or entry path.
S 13 Stopline
§ 182. S 13 Stopline may only be used in the case of whiteboard, B 13 Stop , at the gas sign or at the red light signal.
Paragraph 2. At the location of the stop line for whiteboard B 13 Stop find the rules for the location of the vigeline corresponding use.
S 16 Affinement of the curve
§ 183. In the swing lanes, S 16 placed in such a way that vehicles that are at the end of the line are not at the disadvantage of other inconvenience, which the persistence has unconditionally unconditionally required.
S 17 Fodddate field
§ 184. S 17 where the maximum permissible speed is greater than 60 km/h, the maximum permissible speed shall not be established.
Paragraph 2. No description of the non-signalling field must not be established where the view is limited. Reference reference is made to Q44 SpineLine , cf. § 163. However, this does not apply immediately after a vige or stopline. In addition, non-signaling field must be established only where both the driving force and the walking traffic are so close that the pedestrian field is necessary for a reasonable conduct of traffic flow. This must be taken into account in particular, as to whether there are many children or elderly people who are to cross the course.
Paragraph 3. In the light of the pedestrian area without signalling, the marking on the driving track must be supplemented by board E 17 Foddeddger field , cf. § 114.
Paragraph 4. Pedestrian intersection must be at least 2,5 m wide and the long-term freer pedestrian area must be at least 4 m wide.
S 21 Cycle field
§ 185. S 21 shall not be established for cyclists and drivers of small moped, which have an unconditional duty or right-hand duty.
Paragraph 2. Cycle field must be marked with a wide range of lines. As a minimum, the left-hand limit of the cycle must be marked up to the separation of road traffic retinings on the horizontal road. However, the line may be omitted if the cyclist field is marked with a blue colour, and the field is completely passed through the intersection.
Paragraph 3. V 21 Cycle symbol must always be marked in the field.
Paragraph 4. If the stocking of a path is carried through an intersection, a cyclic field must be marked with a wide range of lines and cycling symbol.
S 32 Bump
§ 186. S 32 be used to speed the bumps, but may be omitted in areas where the label is not affected ; E 49 Gågade , E 51 Busbe and playground , E 53 Retachor dampening space , if the recommended speed is 30 km/h or lower, or E 68 with C 55 Local speed limitation where the speed limit is 30 km/h or less. S 32 consists of two or three rows of quaetic fields.
T. Stopping and parking.
§ 187. T 33 Parking cubicle : Parking of valet and valet parking, in accordance with the provisions of Article 29 (2) of the Road Code, the valet and the valet parking. 1, no. 2, mark in T-cross heading the opposite direction, when the parking area is placed in a pocket in a pavement or discount, or is part of a permeable parking area and when there is no cycling path along the right side of the parking area, cf. Figure 8.
Paragraph 2. In addition, at a distance of at least 5 m from the nearest driving lane or the nearest edge of the nearest driving lane or the nearest edge of the bicycle, the parking meter may be marked in a distance of not less than 5 m from the nearest edge of the following situations :
1) on a one-way street where the standardial direction takes away from the intersection, provided that the alignment applies to all of the traffic in the traffic flow. cyclists, cf. figure 8,
2) along a more significant road in the same side as the side road, if the parking area is placed in a pocket in a sidewalk or discount, and if the line of wavelline ( S 11 Vigeline or S 13 Stopline () is located at the edge of the nearest trackable lane, cf. figure 8,
3) along other roads if the parking area is placed in a pocket in a sidewalk or discount. In the direction of driving off the intersection, the long-range valet parking lane must be used, cf. figure 8, or
4) along faint road traffic, if the parking area is set up by the clear line of the Meat Bane. The buying-out marking may be omitted in such cases, cf. Figure 8.
Paragraph 3. Parking pathways must be carried out and marked in such a way that they are not to be confused with ordinary trailers.
Paragraph 4. The directorate-directorate may authorise the marking of parking vessels for disabled persons in a distance of 5 to 10 m from the intersection. Such marking must be justified in the special needs of the disabled, and there must not be a reasonable alternative solution.
§ 188. Parking boats must have dimensions so that relevant vehicles can keep within the bay, cf. notification of road marking.
Paragraph 2. However, the width of parking vessels for the disabled must be at least 3.5 m, however, the width may be reduced by up to 1 m if there is an adjacent area of the same size that is applicable for the increase. The parking lot must be so long that relevant vehicles can keep within the bay, cf. notification of road marking.
T 61 Stand-up prohibition and 62 Parking prohibitions
§ 189. T 61 and T 62 may be used only for the underscore or the extension of the prohibition on the section 29 (2) of the Traffic Code. 1 and 3, and only where there is a particular road-related need for it. T 61 may be used for the marking of stand-only prohibited in section 29 (2) of the road traffic law. Two at bus stops.
Paragraph 2. Where a chaperone of the chaperone or parking bans is extended, T 61 or T 62 , the prohibition line specified in the highway code must also be marked.
Paragraph 3. Yellow road seams may not be used for supplementing or compensating for T 61 and T 62 .
V. Text and symbol
§ 190. When a bike path is marked with Q46 Unbroken border border and V 21 , the symbol must be positioned after each suspension of : Q 46 and, by the way, with appropriate spaces.
Paragraph 2. V 21 Cycle symbol must always be marked in S 21 Cycle field .
V 42 Bussymbol
§ 191. The text of the word "BUS" must be entered in the runway after each disruption of Q46 Unbroken border border and Q44 SpineLine and, by the way, with appropriate spaces.
V 44 Taxi Dil
§ 192. The text "TAXI" must be entered in the runway after each disruption of Q46 Unbroken border border and Q44 SpineLine and, by the way, with appropriate spaces.
Paragraph 2. The text "TAXI" shall not be used in lanes with the text "BUS" if traffic is controlled by X 19 Bussignal .
V 50 End of Levels symbol
§ 193. The end-of-stage symbol may be used only on roads where the permitted speed is less than or equal to 60 km/h.
Paragraph 2. The following road-road spelling symbols may be used in addition to the corresponding road-stamina : A 11 , A 16-18 , A 21-22 , A 36 , A 41-44 , A 96 , A 99 , C 55-56 , C 61-62 , E 49-56 and E 68-69 .
Paragraph 3. No sub-board text and sub-board symbol can be used on the driving lane.
V 60 Security symbol
§ 194. V 60 Security symbol may be used only on motorways and other roads where the runways are physically separated.
Paragraph 2. The marks should not be used where it may deter the notion of other driver's marking, e.g. at the crossword.
Paragraph 3. The marks on the lines of several carriage lanes shall be used in all road hauliers in the same direction.
Paragraph 4. The markings are to be used for a maximum of four kilometres.
Paragraph 5. The stamps between the markings shall be :
1) Thirty-six feet on a stretch of the speed limit of 130 km/h.
2) 31 m on a line where the speed limit is 110 km/h.
3) 25 m on a stretch where the speed limit is 90 km/h.
4) 22 m on a stretch of speed limit of 80 km/h.
§ 195. Street design services shall not be established on the road of a maximum permitted speed of more than 70 km/h.
§ 196. Street design shall be used in intersection where the volume of traffic at different times is so great that, for the road users who have a duty of duty, there are undue waiting times and chillages.
Paragraph 2. The signals shall also be used where no other marking can be achieved by a road safety-safety-safety-safety regulation.
Paragraph 3. Finally, gas design shall be used on road closures which are too narrow for meeting road users.
SECTION 197. Gainal services must always be operational.
Paragraph 2. When the gas design exceptionally is out of operation, they must be removed, covered or sown, in the form of a white cross. This also applies when signals due to short-lived disruptions are not functioning if the damage is not immediately remediable.
§ 198. A signal system must regulate the conflicts between motor vehicles which are driving straight and cross traffic flows.
§ 199. All road vehicles in a description regulated area must be subject to signal. The exception of here is only the inroads of very insignificant traffic on an overrun.
$200. Across all the percolates covered by the signalling regulation, the stop line shall be established unless this by road works is impossible because of the nature of the strain.
§ 201. Signal plants which are so close to each other that there may be confusion and confusion between the signalling of the individual attacs must be coordinated with safety reasons.
I. The importance, number and position of light pages,
202. X 11 Main signal : Main signals must be positioned so that road users crossing the intersection can see at least two signals showing the same signal, at least a main signal to be positioned to ensure that under normal conditions it is not covered by a rooted or not ; cross-vehicles.
Paragraph 2. Trafied-keeping at a stop line must be able to see at least one signal.
Paragraph 3. In the case of each rate in a description regulated area, 3-light signals or cyclist signals can be replaced by the main signals.
§ 203. When main signals or 3-light arrow signals are placed next to each other, they must be equally high.
204. Where there is a movement of left wing and the movement of the movement in the green light, the far left corner of the cross must be installed in the clear left corner of the cross-side corner. X 11 Main signal without the green light. This signal shall switch to red and red light switch to or later than the signals for the traffic.
X 12 Pillar
205. X 12 Pillar be used either as a 3-light-signalling or as a single arrow next to the same color in the main signal.
Paragraph 2. 3 light-signalling or arrows shall be used where the traffic in that direction is regulated independently.
Paragraph 3. Green Arrow shall only be used when the direction of the arrow does not occur crossings.
Paragraph 4. Red arrow can be used to ban driving in that direction.
Paragraph 5. In specific cases, the use of the red arrow, in the gas design al system, which is regulated in the case of rail crossing, can be used only at train crossing.
Paragraph 6. Combined arrows may not be used.
206. 3-light arrow signals must be affixed at the rate they must regulate, in accordance with the rules of the main signals and in such a way that they can be clearly separated from any possible. Main signals or other 3-light pill signals.
X 16 Cyclistsignal
207. X 16 Cyclistsignal may be used only if there is a bicycle or traject; and only if a bicycle is to be given different to the cyclists than for motor vehicles.
X 18 Footdestrian Signal
208. X 18 Footdestrian Signal may be used only when marked in pedestrian fields where there is a signal regulation for the traffic in traffic.
209. X 18 Footdestrian Signal shall be placed at the farthest end of the pedestrian area in which the signal applies in such a way that it is visible throughout the passage.
X 19 Bussignal
-210. X 19 Bussignal may only be used where buses are running in a bus lane.
II. Height of the Lanterns
§ 211. The low-seated signal to the bicycle path must be positioned so that at least 2,5 m is free to be given under the signal lantern with the corresponding beatings.
§ 212. The high-seated signal of driving track shall be positioned so that at least 5,0 m is free height under the signal lantern with the corresponding beatings.
III. Governance form
§ 213. Independent signalling installations must be traffic controllers with detectors of all the forts.
Paragraph 2. Detetors of motor vehicles must be automatically active.
Paragraph 3. The light of a pedestrian pressure control lamp must be lit when a pedestrian detector indicates that the signals of the corresponding pedestrian field subsequently will switch to green.
Paragraph 4. Pedestrian pressure must be affixed to all pedestrian support points, both at the ends and also, for the relevant pedestrian area concerned.
§ 214. The following times must be observed :
Paragraph 2. They're under the plight. However, in exceptional cases, 1 and 2 times may, e.g. smooth lead, may be extended to 2,5 seconds respectively. and five secs.
Paragraph 3. However, in the case of gas design installations, which are regulated in a railway overdrive, the duration of the green light may be limited to 4 seconds. train passage.
§ 215. Where the green blinking signal is used before switching to red pedestrian signal, the length of the green light period must be at least 3 seconds.
Paragraph 2. The duration of the green pedestrian indicator must not be included in the security period.
§ 216. Where the use of the signal shift in addition to the pedestrian signal is used to indicate residual times to signal changes, the use of the signalling green signal must not be used and the safety-rate calculation must be taken into account that the pedestrians can start before signal shift.
§ 217. The security time must be so long that the last dimension-giving traffic light is going to be free of the first (earliest) dimension-giving traffic light, which is initiating too green from the crossover direction. The length of the security time depends on the geometry of the cross, the speeds of the Conflicting traffic flow and the starting and stopping conditions in relation to signal breaks.
§ 218. In the case of any swinging traffic flow, the number of road hauliers and after intersection must be equal to the number of road hauliers before the intersection.
§ 219. In the case of attached pedestrian fields, pedestrians must be routed when set up by a set of foxes or other similar in the centre helle.
§ 220. Where there is a hauling between the two-side road haulage and equilitable from the same side, there must also be a clear path between the two-side road haulage and the flow of traffic.
WE. Fritlying stipings
§ 221. The number of high-seated signals must be at least two for each run of the run.
§ 222. In the case of a set of crossings, the road users shall be directed at the production of the foxes or the like on the centre helle.
VII. Vekselvis enscorrected lines
§ 223. A signal must be placed at the stop line at each rate of speed. However, this may be omitted in temporary facilities.
Paragraph 2. The signals shall in all cases be placed before the beginning of the single track beginning and not more than 10 m after stop line or stop-place.
Requirements for equipment
§ 224. Gas-design controls shall be equipped with one of the steering and the time-stamped independent verification of failure to show at the same time as the green light in hostile signalling groups as a result of the installation of the installation. In the case of new controls, this control must include green light at the same time as yellow or red / yellow light in hostile signalling groups. The activation of the control must switch off all signals in the plant. The error condition must not exceed 300 milliseconds. The failure to carry out checks shall also extingind all signals within the specified time period.
§ 225. New controls for signalling devices must be able to verify the constant red in an adequate, specified number of signals in the directions that are to be red.
Paragraph 2. The activation of the checks will cause either a malfunction or an extinguishing of all signals within 300 milliseconds. Lack of red vehicle signals in directions without any other forms of vigevity shall always have to be extinguishing.
§ 226. New controls shall be provided with the following initial program that can be activated at the earliest when all signals have been extingaled for 10 seconds : Gult in every direction for 4 seconds (red in any event. pedestrian signals), then red in all directions for 4 seconds, after which the installation will go into the set program starting with 2 seconds red / gult (and then green) in the main direction. All three light-signalling devices must be given the green during the first signal circulation.
§ 227. Under normal operating conditions, the nominated security determinant times (caratimes, red-+ gulages) and mine must be set. tentimes, cf. Section 214 is observed with a tolerance of ± 5%.
§ 228. As a signal for the yellow blink of pedestrian fields, 1-light lanterns must be used with a 30 cm diameter.
Paragraph 2. The glass in the arrow signals shall have the same target as sound-soles in main signals. The signal shall be located at a main signal to have the same light sown diameter as this.
§ 229. The vial in pedestrian signals shall have a diameter of 20 cm.
§ 230. Lies in cyclist signals must have a diameter of 10 cm.
§ 231. The above cyclistsignal required a board of whiteboards must be 8 x 13 cm. The board must be integrated into the LanterneUnit. It has to be from the inside, showing a white bike on the blue floor.
§ 232. The light from the gas design lanterns must have colors that are within the color limits defined in the DS/EN 12368:2006.
§ 233. Pedestrian pressure and other pressure-button detectors shall be fitted in new installations and at modernising be blue and be equipped with control lamp. However, this does not apply to pressure, which is intended solely for the blind. The light in the control lamp shall be white and visible from the front and from the sides and indicating that the pedestrian signals of the said pedestrian field will switch to green without any further impact on the pressure button.
§ 234. Sound signals may only be used in signalling regular pedestrian fields, whether the pedestrian field is located in a signal-controlled intersection or a free-down.
§ 235. The sound signal shall be subject to an appropriate control, as in the visual signal, cf. § § 224-227.
Paragraph 2. If the soundholder receives incorrect orders, either at the same time the "go" and "wait" or "wait" do not automatically terminate or "wait".
§ 236. Parts that may be confused with the usual pedestrian pressure must not be blue.
SECTION 237. Prohibitions of a pedestrian field must be established on both front-and-the-line fortubons as well as on the discounts used as pedestrian aid points. On pedestrian fields with no preconditions or branches, all of the auditors shall be siding on the same side of the field.
Paragraph 2. In the case of pedestrian fields which are put or grate at a lump, the same principle at least on each side of the statement or branch of the branch is followed.
Paragraph 3. When setting up auditors for different fields, the location must be carefully considered so that any misunderstandings are ruled out.
§ 238. Two main types of functions are used : normal and reduced.
Paragraph 2. The sound strength of an audible must be automatically regulated in normal functioning.
Paragraph 3. The function of reduced function is differentiated between two types :
1) In the case of reduced function (R1), the responsive must function with its minimum volume of sound, but it must be possible to manually activate the automatic power-control (normal function) of the "blind blind" automatic control.
2) In the case of reduced function (R2), the soundholder shall function without sound, either in a variation where it is possible to manually activate the automatic power-control (normal function) of the "secure button for the blind", or in a variant where activation is not possible.
Paragraph 4. After each activation in reduced function, the automatic strength rewatch must be in the normal function for a period of three-three minutes, depending on the time of the warning system.
Paragraph 5. All the sounders in the same cross must at a given moment have the same function (normal, R1 or R2), and thus a sound strength that is regulated in the same way across the intersection.
§ 239. One of the following signalling characters is used :
1) "Go" has the same meaning as "green" in pedestrian signals, and shall consist of a 200 millisecond-millisecond dimpulence for each 400 milliseconds.
2) "Wait" has the same meaning as "red" in pedestrian signals, and shall consist of a total of 400 milliseconds of milliseconds for each 2000 milliseconds.
Paragraph 2. These times must be observed with a 5% tolerance.
Paragraph 3. 'Go' and 'wait' in a silencer must be given in a square one or a salitactone with a basic frequency of 880 Hz ± 2%.
§ 240. The intensity of the volume must be constant during the duration of the entire lymphodium during the period of expulsion removed from the impact of the automatic overdraining equipment.
§ 241. The dimples in the 'go' and 'wait' must have the strength in terms of the level of noise of the overarthrids.
§ 242. "Go" may sound only when green in the corresponding pedestrian signal.
§ 243. There must always be a game of direction in a pedestrian-field with a soundboard. It shall be reduced if the responsive is disclosed for a longer period of time.
§ 244. Direction games shall be positioned immediately by the soundboard of the same stench as this, in a height of 1,0-1,2 m above terrain and on the side of the rod that is facing the pedestrian field. The stench must have a height of at least 1,3 m above terrain.
§ 245. The ream must be drawn up in a raised relief on the horizontal subspace. The edges of the Relido must be sharp and side-flags vertical or almost vertical.
Paragraph 2. The arrow must be 100 to 150 mm long and 6 to 9 mm wide. The height of the reion must be 4 to 6 mm, see figure 10.
Paragraph 3. The leading edge is built up by 1 or 2 buds in further swolling relief. The length of a bone must be 7 to 10 mm by the surface and must fill the full width of the arrow. If there are 2 knots, they must be the same and have a distance of 1,5-1,7 times their length. The height shall be 1,5-1,7 times the relish of the arrow, measured over the surface of the lower-level surface.
Paragraph 4. The horizontal sub-lamp must be so large that the arrow is not outside it.
§ 246. The redirection is set up so the lead points to driving lane or cycling path in the direction of the pedestrian field.
Paragraph 2. The direction of the arrow in the horizontal plane shall be bearable in accordance with the direction of the pedestrian field, with an accuracy better than 2,5 °.
§ 247. The use of 1 knots shall be used where the associated sound-head shall apply to passage to the sidewalk.
Paragraph 2. 2 knuckles shall be used where the attached volume applies to the passage to the full or rebate, and where, therefore, on this lump or discounts, there is a further volume of sound or discounts applicable to the further passage.
Blind Pressure Button
§ 248. The blind pressure button shall be immediately set up immediately at each direction by the relevant pedestrian field or partial pedestrian area.
§ 249. The blind will not replace any pressure buttons for the notification of pedestrians.
$250. The blind stocking button will be placed on a vertically flat below and beside the dabs of the arrow, and on the side of the arrow that is entering against the stander the arrow is set on. The distance from the Arrow to the pressure button must not be more than 14 cm, measured without hindquarters.
Paragraph 2. The horizontal distance from the pressure button for the blind to signal stander must be 40 to 60 mm.
§ 251. The pressure button functions so that the constant press button does not provide constant review.
Y. Vognlane signals
§ 252. Y 17 Vognlane signal shall be used for the direction of traffic control in the reversible lane. The carts are being strived with double alert lines.
Paragraph 2. The carriage of carriage shall also be used to lead traffic into certain vehicles or stop it.
Paragraph 3. The road-road signals must be approved by the directorate, cf. however, paragraph 1 4.
Paragraph 4. The Ministry of Transport must be approved on the main roads, by means of the Transport Ministry.
Z. Blink signals
Z 72 red blinking signal
§ 253. Z 72,2 Smoking signal on the rail road runs shall be applied in accordance with rules laid down by the Traffic Management Board.
§ 254. In the light of lubrious bridges, two blinking red lights must be used, cf. Z 72,1 they are placed next to each other and switched on and extinguished.
§ 255. The second use of the red blinking signal other than those specified in sections 253 and 254 shall be approved by the directorate, cf. however, paragraph 1 2.
Paragraph 2. The Ministry of Transport may approve the use of a red blinking signal in the other way other than in section 253 and 254.
Z 95 Blid blinking signal
§ 256. Outside of closer man-built territory, Z 95 Add approximately 200 m in front of the peril.
Paragraph 2. If only one signal is available, it must be set at the danger point at the hazard of road, so that it can be seen from both directions.
Weather View Board
§ 257. There must be continuity in the road to the road. This means that the road display target that appears to be on a whiteboard must be shown on all subsequent tablets of this category on the route until the target is reached.
Paragraph 2. The display in a cross must be unique. In fact, it must not, in an intersection, be shown to the same objective in two directions, unless the road show is shown that the two directions are addressed to different road users.
Paragraph 3. If there are service-compliers on tablets, the direction of movement of symbols shall be in accordance with the directions shown in accordance with the directions shown in the heading. however, paragraph 1 4.
Paragraph 4. However, at the equitable display, the symbol shall be oriented to the left. M 12 Airports orientation upwards.
Paragraph 5. Inserted more than one servicesboard on a whiteboard, the symbols used must have the same height.
Definitions for guidance
§ 258. For the purposes of this Title :
1) Ordinary roads, roads that are not motorways.
2) Regular service instructions : instructions which meet the primary requirements of road users for the service targets.
3) Special service instructions : the instructions for the road to companies in the open country where the directions are subject to specific payment rules.
4) Information speller : A map of an area of service information, etc., is set up in parking spaces, rest spaces or similar sites.
5) Objective : are objectives of major traffic impact, such as important traffic congestion or major cities, on or off the route or on the extension of the route or by the route.
6) Proxial : are other traffic important objectives that characterises the route.
7) Local targets : are targets located on or at the route of such a traffic sense that it is reasonable to use them as a guide for the road, even if they are not remote or near-target.
8) Movement shandicapped : Persons with reduced ability to travel on foot, e.g. people with paralysis, poor balance, amputations, arthritis, and heart-, lung and circulatory disturbances.
9) Synshandicapped : People who are blind or swag-sighted.
§ 259. For the purposes of this Title :
1) Public parking spaces : Parking lots on public road areas.
2) Private parking spaces : Public-accessible parking spaces on private property in connection with store centres, businesses, in parking houses and similar.
3) Parking instructions : the weather display for public and private parking spaces, cf. no. One and two.
4) Parking search system : Stationaries and dynamic systems that lead road users to open parking spaces :
a) Stationary systems are made up of solid board tablets.
b) Dynamic systems consist of variable tablets.
Geographical welding on ordinary roads
Selection of road display targets on ordinary roads
§ 260. The remote targets are divides the route into sections and in the case of a paragraph, no close-end target shall be entered in accordance with the nearest outermost target.
Paragraph 2. Similarly, they shall be divided into the objectives set out in paragraph 1. The section referred to in paragraph 1 of the subparagraph shall not be indicated in the case of the local targets located at the nearest destination point.
§ 261. In the directions of space numbers, the information boards must be shown only those targets that are specified in the Remove and near Target Catalog, cf. circular about the routing number of the Danish road network and the transformation of the main road network. The remove and near-target catalog can be seen on the Home page's Home Page. The use of other objectives must be approved by the directorate.
The design and writing of the guide
§ 262. On ordinary roads, the font sizes are used (versalalder) :
1) 101 mm.
2) 120 mm.
3) 143 mm.
4) 170 mm.
5) 202 mm.
6) 240 mm.
Weather View Staveller's Surface
§ 263. For retroreflecting tablets, Material Type 3 is used, cf. Annex 1, to the bottom, frame and white text, while there are red, blue and black writing or symbols used as materials type 2.
Paragraph 2. For directions on orientation, material type 2 is used.
Paragraph 3. For unexplained portal tablets, Material Type 4 is used, cf. Annex 1.
Paragraph 4. Material Type 3 is used for the use of materials type 3, cf. § 274.
Paragraph 5. Finished spelled in a roadmap is carried out with the type and colour of the material, as indicated in Chapter 2 of the notice on the marking and Chapter 5 of this notice.
Paragraph 6. To rutenum numbers L 41-44 Material Type 4 is used.
Weather Staveller Location
§ 264. Guidance boards may not be placed in the overview areas so that they hinder the free list.
§ 265. The distance from the edge of the lane to the nearest point of the board or the stench must not be less than 0,5 metres.
Paragraph 2. The distance from the edge of the bicycle and the common path to the nearest point of the board or stench must not be less than 0,3 m. This distance may be reduced if there are road equipment closer to the edge, and the non-sequencer cannot be more appropriate, e.g. in the rear of pavement.
Paragraph 3. Weather display boards other than the arrow guides, see Section 271 must be set at least 1,0 m above the running track level. Cross-cycle must be at least 2,3 m and above the entry path of at least 2,2 m.
F. Vejvians on ordinary roads and paths
§ 266. In the table directories and exit directories, a service board that is associated with a name must be placed before the name, but after a possible routing number that is associated with the name.
§ 267. On the roads of ordinary roads, only the following traffic spelling must be used :
1) E 33 Parking ,
2) E 42 Highway or
3) E 43 Interstate Road .
§ 268. Range of distance to target range shall be indicated in a kilometre of miles without the odometer name, cf. however, paragraph 1 2.
Paragraph 2. When weighing paths, the distance can be specified with a decimal.
F 11-F 14 Pilguivisers, F 30 Special Service directions and F 33 Parking directories
§ 269. On the arrow guides, the route number shall be placed in the root of the road wisher.
§ 270. On the arrow guides, any service board will be placed in the root of the directory.
Paragraph 2. However, if there is a route number for the directory, this shall be located near the root.
§ 271. Where the pointy guides can annoy the view in intersection, height to the edge of the arrow guile, including gallows, shall not exceed 0,9 m from the surface of the driving lane.
Paragraph 2. Pillar guides over each other must display in the same direction and be equally long.
§ 272. Pilguides where the name and distance have been replaced by a horizontal line is used :
1) where the space number alone can be considered sufficient to display sufficient guidance ;
2) where there is a need for a reference to an incubated route,
3) on road-siders for service installations, when a sequence of symbols has been assemsed in a road show or
4) on yellow / black omjourciers.
§ 273. F 11 may be used only for geographical purposes and for terminals, e.g. ports, airports and the like.
§ 274. F 12 may only be used as a guide where it is assumed that it should be driven by motorway to the end. F 12 arrow guides must be performed with material type 3, cf. Annex 1.
§ 275. F 13 may only be used for general service guidance.
§ 276. F 30 may be used only for special service guidance.
§ 277. F 33 Parking road wishers may only be used in the road to parking.
F 16 Frame road guide
§ 278. Cargo guides are special guides which may only be used on roads where there is a deceleration lane from a deceleration lane so that the traffic edge can run from without a significant reduction in speed.
§ 279. Cargo guides must be positioned immediately at the end of the fractor's tip, where the traffic edge may begin to drag on into the running track.
§ 280. Where journeys are not provided, no distances must be declared.
Paragraph 2. The name of a service board that is associated with a name must be placed before the name, but after a possible route number that is associated with the name.
F 18 Tabledirections
§ 281. On the table directories, the road display targets shall be placed on each of their deltots. Road view that presuppositions driving the motorway must be placed on a separate delta board with green bottom colour.
Paragraph 2. The display to be placed at the top and the direction of the direction are displayed at a vertical, upward arrow to the left on the board.
Paragraph 3. The partial display to the left is to be placed below and the scroll is displayed by a horizontal arrow to the left on the board.
Paragraph 4. The partial display to the right is located at the bottom, and the turn appears at a horizontal arrow on the right hand in the board.
Paragraph 5. Evvvvvvvdel; and delta-guil for temporary instructions shall be positioned together with a second guide in the same direction.
Paragraph 6. In the case of each road display, any directions to motorways shall be shown at the top, then followed by other geographical directions, and then service guidance.
§ 282. Rutenum and road spelling must be located in front of the roadside display. Tabs on table-directories must be indicated by the directory of the road display.
§ 283. Where road reference only includes the indication of a routing number, without specifying a location, the route number and the motorway symbol shall be carried out as a green part field situated in the white / red main field for the same direction.
§ 284. In the crossroads of each side of the perverted road are staggered for each other more than the breadth of the driving lane, the common table directories must not be used.
G. Orienation spelling
§ 285. Service instructions may not be used on orienteeboards, except for the road showing, M 9 Container port , M 11 Ferry, M 12 Airports, M 13 Railroad, M 14 Busterminal, M 15 Transportation Center , M 16 Parker and Bake , M 21 First Aid , M 52,1 Local Sedigm , M 52,2 National Seetability , M 53 UNESCO World Saran Monseum , M 54 National Park , M 57 Industrial Area and M 61 Information .
Paragraph 2. In exceptional cases, M 31 Camping space , M 33 Camping cabins , M 41 Vandrhostel and M 42 Hotel applied to the diagramorienteringspreads in round-runs.
§ 286. Warning boards (A tablets), vigetionboards (B tablets), on a message boards (D-slate), and the prohibition boards C 51-C 62 shall never be used on orientational boards.
G 11 Portalorient information boards
§ 287. The portal orientation boards may only be used :
1) C 21-C 26 and UC 23,
2) C 31-C 43 ,
3) C 92 ,
4) E 22 ,
5) E 33 ,
6) E 42-E 43 ,
7) E 49 ,
8) E 51 ,
9) E 53 ,
10) E 68 ,
11) M 9 ,
12) M 11-M 16 ,
13) M 21 ,
14) M 52-M 54 ,
15) M 57 and
16) M 61 .
§ 288. Trafikanters run right through the intersection must be displayed at upward arrows, while fluctuating in the scant arrows.
Paragraph 2. The arrows in paragraph 1. 1, must be positioned beside the road display targets.
Paragraph 3. Where a broken arrow can give rise to road users swinging too early, arrows may be used (truck-lane maids).
§ 289. G 11 Portal Orientation Board shall be hung at the beginning of the cross section of the cross in a cross-section where any lanterolanes have more than 2/3 of their full width. A whiteboard (whiteboard) is raised for each of the crossing outbound paths. However, tablets for minor significant roads may be omitted.
§ 290. The portals and their suspension design shall be so arranged so that the design does not restrict the normal-free weighed-down line.
G 14 Diagramorienteringstaboard
§ 291. Charted on G 14 must not be given the nature of a road map.
Paragraph 2. On the chart, the road that is run must start at the bottom of the board and the chart must be rendered vertically in this place.
Paragraph 3. This chart shall not be in conflict with the priority conditions. In the course of unconditionally, we have a duty to show the way, which has a duty to do so, with a lush of the primary.
Paragraph 4. However, at round-run and in intersection, the chart does not display, the chart is displayed with straight lines.
Paragraph 5. No more than one round-run should be displayed on a chart-enteration board.
§ 292. Diagraation boards must be placed on the right side of the road and may be duplicated on the left side.
G 18 TableOrientation Board
§ 293. On G 18 road-harbbers may not be used, except for : E 33 Parking , E 42 Highway and E 43 Interstate Road .
§ 294. On G 18 the weighing targets for each road shall be placed on each of their limits. Road view that presuppositions driving the motorway must be placed on a separate delta board with green bottom colour.
Paragraph 2. The display to be placed at the top and the direction of the direction are displayed at a vertical, upward arrow to the left on the board.
Paragraph 3. The partial panel display to the left must be placed below, and the turn is displayed at a broken arrow to the left on the board.
Paragraph 4. The partial display to the right is located at the bottom and the turn is displayed at a broken arrow to the right of the board.
Paragraph 5. In the case of each road display, any directions to motorways shall be shown at the top, then followed by other geographical directions, and then service guidance.
§ 295. G 18 may not be used before the intersection and round-run runs.
H. Astop and Stepboard for normal roads and paths
§ 296. The distance from the establishment of the board H 41 the objectives must be given a full kilometre to the right of these.
§ 297. If the road is part of the numbered space, the route number or the routing numbers are placed at the top of the board.
H 42 Shared afstandBoard
$298. Is H 42 if a route number has been drawn up, the routing number must be given at the top of the top of the board.
$299. Rum numbers which first have effect from the intersection and forward shall be given as a reference number of the flat hit at the top of the respective fields.
H 45 Stepboard
$300. On H 45 Stepboard may not specify the name of the location to which the board is informed.
Paragraph 2. Place tablets must be placed on the right side of the road immediately before the location on which the board is to be informed.
Paragraph 3. Versalaltitude shall not exceed 170 mm.
H 46 Region Border Tables
§ 301. H 46 may be used only on state roads.
Paragraph 2. Regionals are placed immediately on or at the regional border.
Paragraph 3. Regionals are not allowed to be hung over the driving lane.
Paragraph 4. The taps must not be illuminated separately.
H 47 Local border control board
§ 302. H 47 placed immediately on or at the municipality line.
Paragraph 2. The tawes shall not be hung over the driving lane.
Paragraph 3. The taps must not be illuminated separately.
H 49 National Park Board
§ 303. H 49 shall be placed on the right side of the road immediately before the boundaries of the national parks.
Paragraph 2. The vertical height of the National Park Board shall not exceed 143 mm.
Paragraph 3. H 49 shall not be used on motorways.
H 51 Landefrontier board
§ 304. H 51 placed immediately on or at the border of the country.
Paragraph 2. The tawes shall not be hung over the driving lane.
Paragraph 3. The taps must not be illuminated separately.
§ 305. L 41-L 44 Rutenumre : The route number must be given in full the framework if the road on which the road of the road is shown is a part of the route in question.
Paragraph 2. A full framework of road leading to the route is used if such roads are so short that they have the nature of driving or ramp.
Paragraph 3. The route number shall be given in a flat frame (referential routing number) if the road on which the display station is indicated leads to the route in question.
Paragraph 4. The main direction (n, s, island, or v) is to be entered if the removal of the distance is omitted from the point where there is only one road.
§ 306. On E-rus numbers, the green bottom and the white figures and the frame must have been carried out in material type 4.
Paragraph 2. The yellow bottom must have been carried out on primary rubbers with material type 4. The black figures and frameworks must be diphyust reflecting (material type 2).
Paragraph 3. The white bottom of secondary rubbers shall be carried out with material type 4. Black numbers and frames must be a diffuse reflecting (material type 2).
Road road transport roads
§ 307. The motorway-road symbol must be used for the motorway road for road transport routes E 43 be included on orientational boards and directories, together with the relevant remote or routing number.
§ 308. The motorway symbol must be used by all access routes to motorways. E 42 be included on orientational boards and directories, together with the relevant remote or routing number.
Paragraph 2. The green / white guidance on the motorway symbol E 42 shall be used most recently in the final intersection, where the road traffic border must choose between continuing the run against its target by the ordinary road or by motorway.
Geographical welding on motorways (fixed tablets)
Road display staff information on motorways
$309. Road detection targets, exit numbers and names, and the naming of the Roadside of the highway must be approved by the Guidance Board.
Paragraph 2. Guidance boards may not contain more than 4 roadmap targets.
The size and appearance of the display speller
§ 310. On motorways of the speed greater than 90 km/h, the minimum height must be 285 mm. However, it does not apply to Service Tables.
Paragraph 2. The following font size is also used (versage height) :
1) 340 millimetres.
2) 405 mm.
3) 480 mm.
4) 570 mm.
Weather View Span Interfaces
§ 311. The weather conditions must be heavily retroreflecting on the whole board of board (material type 4) and any black symbols must be vague reflecting (materialtype 2).
Paragraph 2. However, the tacks may be carried out on the inside of an internal lighting board.
Weather Staveller Location
§ 312. The distance from the border of the lane or the border of an emergency track to the nearest point of the board or the stench must not be less than 1,0 metres.
Paragraph 2. The height of the driving banquer to the underedge of the boards on the road shall be at least 2,2 m.
§ 313. In the case of motorway rye and routing carts, the tractor bearer must be hung over the driving lane (portal tablets).
Paragraph 2. During portal tablets, there must be an area of at least 4,5 m that is free from solid objects (the structure gauge).
Shuttle spelling on the road map
§ 314. The following tablets must not be used on road display boards :
3) C-Supply Board : C 11,1 Right turn prohibited to C 22,2 Motorcycle prohibited , C 24,1 Tractor and motor vehicle shall be prohibited ; to C 26.2 FODs prohibited and C 51 Overhaling prohibited to C 62 Parking prohibited .
5) E-Enlightenment boards, except for E 42 Highway , E 22,1 Recommended route for lorries and E 22,2 Recommended route for vehicles with dangerous goods .
Paragraph 2. Where, on a roadside, restrictions on weight or dimension, and the road edge cannot avoid these, if the directions of the weights are followed, the prohibition boards may be followed ; C 31 Totalweight to C 43 Vehicle length used in the road-display spreads, In 11 Cargo-road guile 0-m board to For 18 1,500 m of the carriage of journebusters in the motor road and the tram and orientational, J 11 Used lane lanes to J 13 Diagraine Center Board Board Board Board .
Paragraph 3. On display boards at terminals and border crossings, the following tablets can be used :
1) C 23,1 Lastbil prohibited .
2) C 23,2 Bus forbidden .
3) C 23,3 Donkey and dangerous goods shall be prohibited ; .
4) C 92 Passage without stopping. .
5) E 22,1 Recommended route for lorries .
6) E 22,2 Recommended route for vehicles with dangerous goods .
I. Guidance and direction of the motorway
§ 315. When In 11 Cargo-road guile 0-m board placed next to the driving track shall be placed in the cross section where the running lane begins or as short as possible before this point.
Paragraph 2. When In 11 Cargo-road guile 0-m board use as a portal board must be hung over the driving range in the cross section where the run lane is established in full width.
Paragraph 3. Where the exit is 2 track, the portal tablets must be placed in the cross section where the first trace is established in full width.
In 11, you 12 and 13 Carriers for fractions for the general road network
§ 316. On IN 11, IN 12 and IN 13 may not specify distances for geographical purposes or service targets outside the freeway.
§ 317. On For 12 500-m fractor-stag may only specify targets that are also specified on the 0-m board.
§ 318. The route of the routing must be on I 13 1500-m fractor-board , set up as a portal board, do not set directions to other targets outside the motorway other than the distance of the route that is leaving the freeway.
In 16, 17 and 18 Carriers for connecting installations to other freeway
§ 319. IN 16, IN 17 and IN 18 The run spelling for other freeway connectors must always be complemented with a board J 11 Used lane lanes hang up to the left of the riverboard.
In 20 Motor-road-ryder
$320. No other names may be specified on IN 20. than the name of the highway.
J. Wagon lane and orientation boards on the highway.
§ 321. J 11 -are not allowed for two motorway branches to be staggered in relation to each other in the direction of the road.
J 12 Prevaring of carriage lane flows
§ 322. J 12 -tablets must be carried out in such a way that the bottom part of the arrows to illustrate the road haulage lanes begins vertically.
J 13 Diagraine Center Board Board Board Board
$323. J 13 -tablets must be carried out in such a way that the bottom part of the arrows to illustrate the road hauliers is beginning vertical.
K. Acknowledgment and distances on motorways
§ 324. K 12 Distance Board : For specifying roadside display targets, the following applies :
1) If the motorway has several routing numbers and more remote targets, then all routing numbers and remote targets must be specified.
2) For a route, two can be specified after each other the following remote targets.
3) Multiple remote targets can be specified for a route that is leaving the freeway.
4) Closest proximity, situated in the immediate vicinity of the motorway may be entered in the immediate vicinity of the motorway if it is subject to traffic reasons.
5) No target specified on destastboard must be omitted from subsequent deposition boards until the target has been reached.
6) The next exit or motorway rye must not be declared on the distastside.
Parking Road View
$325. In the public roads and on private non-roads, only road-roads must be weighed for parking with E 33 Parking or F 33 Parking road wishers .
Paragraph 2. No parking spaces are allowed for public access parking spaces.
$326. Time restrictions must not be specified on F 33 Parking road wishers .
$327. Logo on the valet guides must not be used, cf. The traffic laws, section 99 (3), 2.
Parking search systems
$328. For meter viewing boards for meter search systems, the name of the parking lot can be specified with text.
$329. The variable message boards must be set as the "Free", "Closed", or as the number of free spaces as the variable message. The message must be supplied with luminous white text on a black background.
Service directions on ordinary roads
$330. Service directions are designed to give guidance to non-geographical objectives, such as seals, accommodation, accommodation, establishments and the like.
$331. Service instructions include general service instructions, special service guidance and information boards.
$332. The rulings of the local authorities on general and in particular service guidance on general roads may be subject to the guidance of the Directorate-General for matters of law, cf. law on public roads, section 4 (4). 1, and on private joint roads, section 87 (3). 2, as well as notice on the tasks of the Guidance and the powers of Section 6 (6). 1, no. One and two.
Paragraph 2. The time limit shall be four weeks from the date of the decision to be notified to the person concerned, cf. Section 4 (4). Three, in the law on public roads, and section 87 (2). Four, in the law of private community roads.
Paragraph 3. Decisions taken by the Director-Directorate of paragraph 1. 1, may not be brought to the minister of transport, cf. Section 6 (2). 2, in the notice of the functions and powers of the Guidance Board.
§ 333. The Agency ' s decisions as a guidance governing board in respect of matters covered by this Chapter may be subject to the Ministry of Transportation.
General service road showing on ordinary roads
§ 334. Regular service road display must be traffic on the grounds of the road.
$335. Service Tables are performed with material type 3, cf. however, paragraph 1 Two and three.
Paragraph 2. Where Service Tables are used on portal tablets, Material Type 4 is used.
Paragraph 3. Black symbols are carried out with material type 2.
Paragraph 4. On board with blue or green bottom, the service tablet must be performed without a blue rand, and the white middle field, including the symbol, will be performed in the normal size.
§ 336. Service directions must be performed with servicesanbols rather than text, cf. However, sections 346, 347 and 349.
$337. From motorways, only the service targets open all year are weighed.
General service display workstation target
§ 338. In the case of road-detection ports, ferries and airports, servicesanbols must be used ; M 9 Container port , M 11 Ferry and M 12 Airports .
Paragraph 2. In the case of container ports, car ferry ports and airports, they may be weighed from the nearest ruly-numbered road or, as set out in the Remove and near-Target Catalog, cf. circular about the routing number of the Danish road network and the transformation of the main road network. Remove-and near-target catalog is located on the Home page's Home Page.
Paragraph 3. To a car ferry port, the geographical name of the city of car ferry shall be given by no-side M 11 Ferry until this has been achieved.
Paragraph 4. In the roadside city of the car, weather can be weighed down to the destination of the car.
Paragraph 5. Road travel to ferries serving the cyclinc and the walking shall be done M 10 Finishing for cyclinc and walking .
§ 339. For transport centers, the route can be shown from the nearest route to route.
Paragraph 2. M 15 Transportation Center shall be supplemented by the text "Transportation Centre" and, where appropriate, geographical name.
Public and Private Institutions and Companies-Reguly Service Welding
§ 340. When it is subject to traffic, cf. section 334, the following target text can be weighed by text for the following objectives :
1) All institutions and facilities (hospitals, schools, sports / sports systems and the like).
2) Cultural institutions (cultural houses, collection houses, theaters and the like).
3) Public offices and service functions.
4) Industrial areas.
5) Public and private companies.
Paragraph 2. Only a roadside display M 21 First Aid for 24-hour emergency rooms, which may provide first aid.
§ 341. When guides are weighed to public undertakings, including institutions, weighed with white / blue tutues.
Paragraph 2. Road map for industrial areas must be done with Service Tables M 57 Industrial Area . If the industrial area has a name, a white / blue welder name is given in conjunction with M 57 .
Paragraph 3. When a service target is given to a service target situated within a closer built area, and the service target is of major interest for non-local road users, it may be done from the nearest larger path.
Paragraph 4. When a road is given to public undertakings and institutions situated outside of closer construction, and these are of considerable interest in non-local road users, it may be done from the nearest route to the route.
Paragraph 5. When guidance is given to large private companies situated outside of closer manned territory, it may be from the nearest route to the route.
Overnight Measure Measure Targets
$342. It can be weighed up to cabins today for rental, campground, and to the hostel, hotel, inn or motel.
Paragraph 2. The following target is weighed with Service Tables or with a range of service-leftots in a white / blue directions or tabular guile display :
1) M 31 Camping.
2) M 32 Camping Space for Winnebago.
3) M 33 Camping cabins.
4) M 41 Vandrhostel.
5) M 42 Hotel .
§ 343. Service Board M 31 Camping space , M 32 Camping Space for RV and M 33 Camping cabins may only be used in the case of campsites or cabins, where it is documented that, as a minimum, they satisfy the ' Camping Regulation ` of the Nature Management Board.
Paragraph 2. M 32 Camping Space for RV , however, may also be used in major cities as a road map to locations where the sleepover with rv is allowed.
§ 344. Service Board M 41 Vandrhostel may only be used in the case of water hostel, where it is documented that, as a minimum, they meet the quality requirements laid down by Danhostel.
$345. Service Board M 42 Hotel may be used only in the context of a hotel, inn or a motel that satisfies the provisions of the law of restac and hotel business, etc., which has more than 3 sleep together with more than 8 bedgrounds. It must be documented that the requirements of 1. Pkt., fulfilled.
§ 346. In the field of closer construction, the accommodation name of the accommodation shall be given only on directories, if there are several sleepovers of the same type in the city in the immediate vicinity of each other, and where the governing board establishes a coherent roadmap to accommodation.
§ 347. In the case of closer bridled land, the name of the sleepover must be entered in the area in which a roadside road is weighed to the same kind of sleepover in several directions.
§ 348. The accommodation can be weighed from the nearest route to the end of the sleepover.
General service road-time and tourist destination
§ 349. Service instructions with text can only be achieved by the following objectives :
2) Bigger recreational goals (nature areas, national parks, leisure and tourist calf and similar areas. ).
3) Desiting seals and tourist attractions.
$350. Road exhibition for outdoor bathing sites must be done only by service board M 35 Bathplace , while directions to indoor bathing sites can only be done with Service Tables M 35 Bathplace with tagsymbol.
§ 351. When guides are given to bathing sites situated within a closer built area, it may be weighed by the driveway to the bath place or near the nearest larger path.
Paragraph 2. When guides are given to bathing sites situated outside the area of closer construction, there may be a road map from the nearest larger path set on the Maps and Matrikelstyi's map by reference to 1:200,000. The map is on the Directoratewebsite.
§ 352. When guides to churches situated within a closer built area, the path may be given in the direction of the nearest larger route.
Paragraph 2. When the weather is given to churches situated outside the area of closer construction, there may be a road map from the nearest and the MatrikelType's map to the maps of the Matrix and Matrikele on a scale of 1:200,000. The map is on the Directoratewebsite.
§ 353. Service Board M 36 golf course may only be used in the case of golf courses which are open every day of the season, for both members and not members.
Paragraph 2. For golf courses and fishing islands, there can be a road map from the nearest larger route, set out in the Maps and Matrikelstyl's map by reference to 1:200 000. The map is on the Directoratewebsite.
§ 354. Service Board M 37 Fish Island (Put and Take) may only be used where there is the possibility of fishing without public fishing grounds.
Paragraph 2. The owner of the fishing island shall demonstrate to the board of the road the fishing island that the fish island as a minimum meets the following quality requirements :
1) The fishing island must be approved in accordance with applicable law.
2) The sea must be at least 2,000 metres. 2 large with a depth of at least 1,5 m.
3) At least 1.5 kg of fish must be subject to : Sold 8 hours of card / day card.
4) There must be cleaning room with running water and the collection of waste in a closed container.
5) There must be waste stations.
6) The toilet must be accessible.
7) There must be access road with smooth stocking which can be used without difficulty throughout the opening hours.
8) There must be adequate parking conditions.
9) It must be a weather-constant information board which, in Danish, English and German, will provide information on opening times (which months, week days, and what times during the day) and on exposed fish species and price for the purchase of fish cards (day and timecards).
10) There must be a telephone with a clear disregarding number of oversight and emergency aid number by lakes, which are not personally served during the opening hours. In these cases, the telephone should be contacted throughout the opening hours of the call.
§ 355. Service Anbol M 52,1 Local Sedigm may be used only in the context of sevaluation and high quality and public interest, cf. paragraph 2.
Paragraph 2. Rating cf. paragraph 1, in the event of a test of compliance with the governing board or the road authority, the minimum security or attraction satisfies the following quality requirements as a minimum :
1) It must be of interest to a broad target group. This shall be documented by information on visitation figures or material describing the experience of the sedelity or attraction for both the Danish population and for foreign tourists.
2) It must be at least open to audiences five hours a day, 5 days a week of the period 1. May to 30. September.
3) It must be attached to the information board where it is set up in Danish, English and German for which months, days and hours the audience has access to it. However, this does not apply to wilderness, time-to-memories and similar-with unlimited access. The information board shall also contain a description of the nature and nature of the sevaluation or attraction. In the case of an entrée or attraction, current prices must also be reported.
4) It must appear well-cared and well-held.
5) There must be an access road with smooth stocking to it.
§ 356. Service Anbol M 52,2 National Seetability may be used only for seaside and attractions which have a special cultural historical, natural or experience value at national or international level.
Paragraph 2. Service directions with M 52,2 National Seetability may only be done with the Directorates ' s approval by the Committee on Culture and the Office of the Council of Culture, the Fish and Visitors.
Paragraph 3. The segregation or attraction must meet the following quality requirements :
1) It must have a very special quality and experience value, which allows it to be characterized as 'significant secessation of national interest'.
2) Its core experience and value must be permanent and not conditional on special events or other activities of a temporary nature.
3) It must be at least open five hours a day, 5 days a week.
4) It must be attached to the information board where it is set up in Danish, English and German for which months, days and hours the audience has access to it. However, this does not apply to wilderness, time-to-memories and similar-with unlimited access. The information board shall also contain a description of the nature and nature of the sevaluation. In the case of entrenches or attractions, current prices must also be provided.
5) It must appear well-cared and well-held.
6) There must be an access road with smooth stocking to it.
7) There must be sufficient parking conditions in its vicinity.
§ 357. Service directions with M 53 UNESCO World Saran Monseum may only be used with the Directorates ' s approval by the Committee on Culture of Culture.
§ 358. Service Anbol M 54 National Park may be used only for national parks designated in accordance with applicable national parks.
$359. When roadside is weighed M 52,1 for local sevaluers situated within a closer built area, the road can be weighed from the driveway to the segregation.
Paragraph 2. When roadside is weighed M 52,1 to local sights, other sights, tourist attractions and major recreational objectives situated outside the area of closer construction, may be weighed from the nearest larger path set on the maps-and the maps of the Matrix and Matrikelstyrell's map in target stick 1:200,000. The map is located on the Guidance website.
Paragraph 3. When roadside is weighed M 52,2 and M 53 situated within a closer built area may be weighed from the nearest ring road or greater general direction.
Paragraph 4. When roadside is weighed M 52,2 and M 53 situated outside the space-built area may be weighed from the nearest ruly-numbered road.
$360. When roadside is weighed M 54 for national parks, the following may be weighed from the nearest route number or as specified in the Remove and near-Target Catalog, cf. circular about the routing number of the Danish road network and the transformation of the main road network. Remove-and near-target catalog is located on the Home page's Home Page.
Other common service roadmap targets
§ 361. The following target can only be weighed with Service Tables or with one or more minor Service Tables together in a white / blue tutees or tabular guile display :
3) Auto repair and similar.
9) Dating space for chemical restrooms.
10) Tourist information.
§ 362. For post offices, including mail stores with the same function as post office, road display can be weighed by Service Tables M 17 .
Paragraph 2. For post offices, including post-shops, there may be a road to the road from the nearest larger route.
§ 363. Service Board M 23 Hosted may only be used in areas where workshops are rare and only in the workshops which are difficult to observe from the road to which the board is set up.
§ 364. Service Board M 24 Tancan calf may be used only if :
1) fuel is found for all of the normal engine types of vehicles,
2) You can buy fuel all day, and
3) the cutaneous plant is not immediately visible from the road to which the board is being set up.
Paragraph 2. The conditions of paragraph 1. 1, no. However, three may be deviated from where the tanning plant is located so that the road users see the tankann plant so late that they can be expected to respond to the danger of other road users.
Paragraph 3. For tankerels or shops situated outside the area of closer construction, the route may be weighed from the nearest rubberneuming road if the plant plant or plant is situated within a kilometre from the route-numbered road.
§ 365. Roadboard, table and seating, may only be done with the service board M 34 RastePlace .
Paragraph 2. Other vices and parking spaces must be marked with E 33 Parking .
Paragraph 3. To the rest of the way, located at a side road close to a global path, it can be weighed from the main road.
§ 366. Service Board M 43 Restaurant may only be used in the case of restaurants where the serving of at least 2 main meals is provided on a daily basis.
SECTION 367. Service Board M 45 Cafeteria is used to indicate that there is a server-ing of simpler meals, e.g. coffee, tea and butter.
Paragraph 2. There must be an opportunity to enjoy the meal indoors and to sit down and put a plate, glass or something like that from them.
Paragraph 3. The board may not be used if the label is already marked with a service board ; M 43 Restaurant .
§ 368. For establishments located outside of a more denser-built area, the roads may be weighed by M 43 and M 45 from the nearest larger road, led by the short-term map and the Matrikelstyi's map. The map is on the Directoratewebsite.
§ 369. Service Board M 46 TOILET may only be used to indicate the toilet or the drought.
Paragraph 2. If the lavatory is designed for disabled people, the blackboard must be in a handicap-oriented way.
§ 370. Service Board M 47 Tuming of Chemical toilet may only be used in areas where there are emptying facilities for chemical bathrooms through a well in the plains.
§ 371. Guidance with M 46 TOILET and M 47 Tuming of Chemical toilet can take place at the end of the driveway to the rest stop.
§ 372. Service Board M 61 Information Board shall be used to indicate that there are parking spaces, rest spaces or similar information, or other equivalent information.
Paragraph 2. Service Board M 61 shall be put at the end of the driveway to the rest stop.
§ 373. Service Board M 61 with a rooftop symbol, only after consulting the Danish Tourism System is to be used as an authorization system. Provided that national tourist information and services are provided, the text "Bureau" may be provided on a sub-board.
Paragraph 2. When M 61 used to indicate the interior of the interior, it may be set up in the near future where the weightboard considers it to be necessary.
Information spelling at standard service-vising
§ 374. On information boards, there must be a clear marking of where the traffic edge is.
Paragraph 2. Information spelling information must not be in contradiction with a set of directions.
Paragraph 3. On information boards the route number of routes shall be coated with rubine numbers.
Paragraph 4. On information boards, only approved service tablets (symbols) must be used.
Special service roadmap on ordinary roads
Common provisions for special service instructions
$375. Special service road guidance should not be congeal.
§ 376. Special service road guidance can only be set on ordinary roads, which are also public roads.
Establishment of special service instructions
§ 377. Special service guidance may only be established for companies situated in the land zone or outside of a more denser-built area, tagged with E 55 Closer brighter .
Paragraph 2. However, a roadside symbol may be weighed by the symbol of convenience stores at the time of the entry into villages of inhabitants of less than 1 000 inhabitants.
Paragraph 3. Particular service directory may not be set in the urban zone unless the only or nearest way forward to the establishment is via an intersection of the urban zone.
§ 378. It can be weighed from the nearest larger path where all road users have access, cf. The maps and maps of the Matrix Management Board are 1:200,000. The map is on the Directoratewebsite.
Paragraph 2. No roads can be weighed from freeway roads.
§ 379. Special service instructions must not be set up in larger complex road intersection, which has a curve and a reinforced road map with the tabular guides.
Paragraph 2. Special service road guidance must not be safekeeping.
Use of Special Service Welding
$380. Only a roadside display can be displayed F 30 or with the Service Tabs M 100.1 or M 100.2 .
SECTION 381. No other symbols may be used other than those approved for the special service instructions of the Road Directorate.
Paragraph 2. If a symbol has been approved for special service guidance, this shall be used without additional text.
Paragraph 3. Symbols used for ordinary service guidance cannot be used for special service guidance.
Paragraph 4. Where symbols are not applicable, the text of the establishment ' s type shall be entered instead. Company name or logo may not be used.
§ 382. The text size of the arrow guides will perform a versage height less than the rest of the directory on the road to the directory.
Paragraph 2. If there is no existing guide to the intersection, the text size is performed at a versalaltitude than that applicable for service display, by the way.
§ 383. On the arrow, the range of kilometres from the roadside view to the target is distance from the distance.
SECTION 384. When guides to undertakings in the open country, a maximum of four roadside targets must be weighs in a crossroads.
Decommissioning of special service instructions
§ 385. The road board may take down the special service record for traffic reasons, including where necessary after section 384, or if the tablet is worn down or destroyed.
Paragraph 2. The breakdown of traffic reasons must be reported to the undertaking at least four weeks prior to the decommissioning.
Paragraph 3. In the non-disceration that is not part of a replacement, the establishment must be offered the opportunity to pick up the equipment that is taken.
Paragraph 4. The board of directors has a duty to store the decommissioned equipment for at least one month after it has been depreciate.
Payment for administration, establishment and operation of a special service road display
SECTION 386. The road management board may charge for administration, establishment and operation of road-service guidance for businesses.
Paragraph 2. The payment by the weightboard shall not exceed the costs of the special service road map.
Paragraph 3. The board must be able to document the costs that are collected according to section 386-391.
Costs of application
SECTION 387. The road management board may charge for administration in connection with the request for special service guidance.
Paragraph 2. Administration, cf.. paragraph Paragraph 1 shall include, inter alia, the registration of applications, the request for information, the assessment of the application, including assessment of road and traffic conditions, and coordination with other road boards.
Paragraph 3. The payment may be levided upon the application and the amount may be fixed as an average of the administrative costs of the road management board for applications for special service guidance.
Paragraph 4. The payment shall not be refunded, even if the weighing authority does not approve the application for a special service road display.
Costs of establishment
SECTION 388. The advisory board may require the undertakings authorised to set up specific service instructions, to pay all costs associated with establishment, including administration on purchases, materials costs, transport costs, and setup mv.
Paragraph 2. The board may require payment of the amount before the construction of the road guide is started.
SECTION 389. The road management board may charge for all costs associated with the decommissioning and disposal of the equipment being decommissioned.
Paragraph 2. The board may require payment of the amount before setting up and, at the same time, with the payment under section 388.
Cost of operation and maintenance
§ 390. The road management board may charge for all costs incurred in operation and maintenance of the board.
Paragraph 2. The operation and maintenance include grassling, whitewashing board and administration in connection with collection of payment. The collection shall be periodically, e.g. once annually, and the amount may be fixed as an average of the operating and maintenance costs of the guidance board in relation to the special service road showing.
§ 391. If the tablet is damaged or discouraged, the road management board may charge for all costs associated with the repair or replacement of the board.
Paragraph 2. The board shall, prior to the repair or replacement of the board, inform the board owner of the impending repair or replacement and ask the board owner whether or not he wishes to maintain the guidance of the road.
Interesters and ryffers
§ 392. If the payment for the benefits in section 386-391 is not timely, interest shall be attributed to the interest-tent law.
Paragraph 2. The Direction Board may require the smoking fee for the memory descriptions, cf. the rules in the interest rate, cf. Act on public roads, section 6 (a), 1.
Paragraph 3. If the payment is still not paid for at least 2 recollections, the road-board may, without further notice, strip the establishment of the right to a special service road display and take down the board.
Payment for the approval of symbols
$393. The Directorates may charge for all the costs of the development and approval of new symbols, cf. SECTION 381.
Service directions on motorways
Service Display Target
$394. It may only be weighed down to service facilities (e.g. overnight accommodation, restaurants, tankerages, parking spaces, parking spaces) located at the engine side-level.
Paragraph 2. However, there may be a weather-suitable accommodation for suitable accommodation, which is located near the motorway, cf. § § 398-401.
$395. Weier for terminals, transport centers and 24-hour emergency rooms may be weighed, cf. § § § 396 and 402-404.
I, J and K Service Tour crawl
$396. On the boards In the directions and the place on freeways, J Vognbane-and orienteding boards on motorways and K Acknowledgment and deposition boards on motorways the following may be used only : M Service Tables, indicate terminals and 24-hour emergency rooms :
1) M 9 Container port .
2) M 11 Ferry .
3) M 12 Airports .
4) M 13 Ironbanestation .
5) M 14 Buster terminal .
6) M 16 Parker and Bake .
7) M 21 First Aid .
Paragraph 2. It may only be weighed up to 24-hour emergency rooms which may provide emergency assistance.
Roadmap for Roasting Roads
§ 397. Service Board M 61 Information Board shall be used to indicate that the area of information is for the country or by a country of information.
Paragraph 2. Service Board M 61 with a rooftop symbol, only after consulting the Danish Tourism System is to be used as an authorization system.
Paragraph 3. The tawlers must not be set up as portal tablets.
Roadmap for sleepover for sleepover
$398. Only suitable accommodation for suitable accommodation may be weighed,
1) is more than a mile from the highway,
2) has been open all year and
3) may offer sleepover for individual travellers, or there may be similar accommodation.
Paragraph 2. Only road will be weighed if there is also an exit to the highway for traffic in the road to road traffic.
Paragraph 3. A self-employed service is listed on the self-employed.
Paragraph 4. No text must be used in the context of road showing for accommodation purposes.
$399. Whiteboard M 31 Camping space may only be used in the case of campsites, where it is documented that it
1) meets the nature of the ' Camping Regulation ` of the Natural Management Board ;
2) have at least 100 caravans and
3) guests may receive visitors until noon. 18.00.
$400. Whiteboard M 41 Vandrhostel may only be used in the case of specially suitable waterway, where it is documented that it ;
1) meets the quality requirements laid down by Danhostel,
2) have at least 40 beds ;
3) gives the sleepover the sleepover to cook or buy breakfast,
4) have at least 20 parking spaces in immediate attachment to the hostel and
5) guests may receive visitors until noon. 18.00.
§ 401. Whiteboard M 42 Hotel may be used only in connection with the particularly suitable hotel, motel or inn, where it is documented that it / it is documented ;
1) comply with the provisions of the law on restauration and hotel business, etc.,
2) is baptism all year,
3) have at least 40 beds and
4) have at least 20 parking spaces in the immediate attachment to the hotel, motel or inn.
Road transport road transport to transport centers
§ 402. Road traffic is only available for transport centers ;
1) It's more than five miles from the highway.
2) where the access road is suitable for all approved vehicles,
3) to which all means of transport are accessible throughout the day, for all goods vehicles which are allowed to travel on a motorway ; and
4) where there is also an access to the highway for traffic in the original route of road.
Paragraph 2. The transport centre must also :
1) have the nature of a place or plant in which goods are carried out ;
2) be capable of handling goods and vehicles in or from more than one establishment and
3) be open to other undertakings and their goods.
§ 403. Service Tabs are weighed M 15 Transportation Center and the text "Transportation Center". Geographical name of the location of the transport centre can be specified.
§ 404. From the transport center, it's time to give directions back to the highway.
Movement for Movement of Movement of Movement
Weather View Measure
§ 405. There must only be weighed of disabled people to buildings and other facilities accessible to disabled persons.
Paragraph 2. Public traffic areas which have been designed in accordance with the functional requirements of the road ' s manual for all-accessibility manual `, Section 4, shall be considered accessible to disabled persons. The handbook is on the Guidance website.
Paragraph 3. Buildings designed in accordance with universally recognised functional requirements as DS 3028:2001 "Availability of all" (Danish Standard) or equivalent are considered available to disabled people.
Instructions for parking spaces with handicapped
§ 406. Instructions for parking spaces with disabled persons with disabilities shall be made by use of : E 39.1 and E 23 Guidance for invalide , equipped with underboard OUT 1 .
Paragraph 2. The Tavlers E 33 and E 23 must be 30 x 30 cm or 50 x 50 cm.
Paragraph 3. On the board, the arrow and the direction of driving chair must turn the same way.
Paragraph 4. Only the parking spaces that meet the requirements of section 188 (2) must be weighed only to the parking spaces. 2.
§ 407. Drilling for wheelchairs users must be done by using board E 23 Guidance for invalide .
Paragraph 2. On the board must arrow OUT 1 and the direction of driving chair turn the same way.
Paragraph 3. Underboard must have the same width as other tablets.
Service directions for disabled people's toilets
§ 408. Only road-to-persons toilets can be weighed down M 46 TOILET if :
1) access to the toilet has been designed in accordance with the functional requirements in the road-rule "Finies for all-accessibility handbook", section 4, and
2) the toilet is designed in accordance with the Functional requirements of the "Completes for All-Availability Handbook" section, Section 4.11. The handbook is on the Guidance website.
Information Board / Resurer and Other Information
§ 409. Information boards must be available. There must be no plantation or similar front.
§ 410. The information boards must be placed at 45 degrees angles in relation to the horizontal.
Paragraph 2. Tactical information boards must be approximately approximately 1,25 m above the palate palette, measured in the middle of the board.
Paragraph 3. Other information spelling for disabled persons should be 1,25-1,60 m above the palate palette.
Road display for bicycle, ride and strear uther
§ 411. When service instructions are designed solely for cyclists, rites or walkers, the pathways show must be shown F 21,2 Stiddroad shows be used with less service tablets and / or service target name.
Paragraph 2. Smaller Service Tablets can be pasted on path guides.
Routes and Route Identification
§ 412. The route marking shall be made by rigid tablets or stibuffers for cyclists, rite and walkers. In addition, for cyclists, path table guides and path chart tablets can be used.
Paragraph 2. The same identification must be used on all road map boards relating to one route. The identification consists alone of a white bike, ride or water symbol, or a combination of them, on a blue background, and the number, name or logo of the route. Number and logo are set in a white frame.
Paragraph 3. The marking of a route with a logo shall, in each case, be approved by the directorates. The logo shall be white, cf. However, § 413.
Paragraph 4. If more than one routing number is entered on the path scoreboard, the routing numbers are placed above each other with the lowest number on top.
European cycles and migratory routes
§ 413. European cycles and migratory routes may, with the approval of the Guidance Board, be marked by the logo in colour, placed on the underboard of the logo.
National Cycle Routes
§ 414. National bicycle routes shall be designated, planned and modified by the municipalities which they are running in.
Paragraph 2. If the route runs along the route of a state, identification, planning and change shall be made in cooperation with the Director-Directorate.
Paragraph 3. Establishment of new routes, as well as the modification and decommissioning of existing routes, must be reported to the Directorates, which shall occasionally update the routes.
§ 415. A bicycle route can be designated as a national bicycle route, when
1) the route is of national significance, i.e. it goes through several parts of the country and is at least 200 kilometres long,
2) a recommendation from the Cooperation Committee on Tourism for the Committee on Tourism,
3) the route is without a blind end, loops and ramifications, and
4) the route is clearly marked-even in cities and in ferry ports.
§ 416. North-South routes must be marked with unequal numbers, east-west, with equal numbers.
Regional Cycle Routes
§ 417. The regional cycle routes shall be designated, planned, coordinated and amended in cooperation between the municipalities which they are running in.
Paragraph 2. If the route runs along the route of a state, identification, planning and change shall be made in cooperation with the Director-Directorate.
Paragraph 3. Establishment of new routes, as well as the modification and decommissioning of existing routes, must be reported to the Directorates, which shall occasionally update the routes.
§ 418. The route number may be supplemented by the name of the route in white text on the blue background under the number.
Paragraph 2. In a local authority, there must be no more than one regional route with the same route number.
Paragraph 3. Routes crossing municipalities must have the same number in all the municipalities.
Paragraph 4. The route number must not coincide with a nearby route number if it is possible for motorists to see both rutenums.
Local Cycle Routes
§ 419. The route number may be supplemented by or replaced by the name of the route in white text on the blue background or replaced by a white logo, in the same way as the number in the frame.
Paragraph 2. The logo must not be confused with logos for other routes.
Paragraph 3. The marking of a route with a logo shall, in each case, be approved by the directorates.
Entry into force
§ 420. The announcement shall enter into force on 1. August 2012.
Paragraph 2. The following notices and circings are hereby repealed :
1) Publication no. 783 of 6. July 2006 on the use of road marking.
2) Publication no. 243 of 10. April 2008 on the service road of ordinary roads.
3) Publication no. 245 of 10. April 2008 on parking guidance.
4) Publication no. 380 of 27. May 2008 on the road map on motorways.
5) Publication no. 382 of 27. May 2008 on the road map on ordinary roads.
6) Publication no. 383 of 27. May 2008 on the accessibility of disabled people.
7) Publication no. 841 of 8. September 2009 on the road-showing on bicycle, ride-and-water-rater.
8) Circular letter of 22. February 2000 on the use of electronic tachograogras.
Paragraph 3. Until the first one. August 2022 can A 36 , N 45 and E 69 are used in accordance with the terms set out in the notice of publication no. 783 of 6. July 2006 on the use of road marking.
Paragraph 4. Until the first one. August 2022 can E 55 and E 56 be in accordance with what is stated in the notice of publication no. 783 of 6. July 2006 on the use of road marking.
Paragraph 5. Until the first one. August 2022 allows variable text tablets to be used with bright yellow text.
Paragraph 6. Until the first one. In August 2022, lines must be retroreflecting.
The directorates, the fourth. July 2012
/ Birgitte Henriksen
Roadlist of light-engineering characteristics
This Annex contains the definitions, in particular, by specifying the characteristics of the light technical characteristics of the road map, indicating the measurement methods.
Roads and roadmap foil, which is CE marked as retrorefreflecting by Class RA1 or RA2 according to the DS/EN 12899-1 : 2008 is accepted as material types, respectively, 3 or 4 without any additional tests.
Micro-priced weightlephooters that are CE marked in accordance with an ETA showing compliance with the specifications for material types 3, 4 or 5 against the background of tests which are in accordance with the measurement methods laid down below, additional tests.
Material type 2 is diffust reflecting (often called unreflective).
1. Coefficient of retroreflection, materials types 3, 4 and 5
The retroreflesion of a whiteboard is described by the coefficient of retroreflection defined in the CIE publication. 54 (1982) 'Retroreflection-definition and measurement'.
The coefficient of retroreflecting material shall be at least in the test of the values specified in the tables 1, 2 and 3, when the measurement is carried out as specified in this Annex.
Table 1 . Minimum values for the coefficient of retroreflection (cd/lx) /m2 for the board of non-member material type 3
Table 2. Minimum values for the coefficient of retroreflection (cd/lx) /m2 for the board of the board of non-member material 4
Table 3. Minimum values for the coefficient of retroreflection (cd/lx) /m2 for the board of non-member material 5,
For silky parts of the tablet the coefficient of retroreflection must be at least 70% of the values specified in the tables 1, 2 and 3.
For the other technical definitions, reference is made to DS 704 "Belysolution definitions".
The coefficient of retroreflection R ' is determined as the ratio of the illuminates in of the volume of 1 m 2 of the sample replicated in the direction of observation and the illustrious E perpendicular to the point of entry in the light of the test spot :
R = I/E (cd/lx) /m 2
As a light source to illuminate the sample, the standard type A, which represents an autolamp and has a correlated colour temperature of 2856 K. The spectral power distribution is specified in ISO/CIE 10526:1991 "Colorimetric illuminants".
The active parts of both the light source and photometer must be at an angle of 5 ± 0,5 areminas from the test location.
Measurement is carried out on pure, dry surface.
The target ometrio shall be determined by four angles of the matter, 1 , 2 and, as an addition, have been defined in the above CIE publication. The four angles are suspended, as shown in Figure 1.
• The angle of the angle shall be measured between lighting and measurement and are referred to as an angle of observation.
• Angle Ankles 1 , 2 adjust to the test of a goniometer with two axes and determines the angle of the light on the sample (measured from the test normal to the lighting). The angles are therefore regarded as the two components of the approach.
• The angle of the angle shall describe a rotation of the sample around its normal by fitting the goniometer and called the rotational angle.
In a practical way, the angle of observation depends in particular on the distance of the road map. In the case of a passenger car, the values in the area are 0,2 ° to 2 ° to distances from around 2. 200 metres down to approximately 200 feet Thirty feet.
The income angle is based on multiple conditions, including the location of the road and, if applicable, the location of the road. the inclination or direction of the road and the distance to the board. In the appropriate position of the roadmap, there are rarely values above 15 ° from a long distance and 30 degrees at short distance.
The distribution of the angle of the constituents of the components 1 , 2 depends, among other things, the position of the road-board in the road compartment. Figure 2 shows some situations (a), (b), (c), (e), (e), (f), and (g) for road-slate positioned at a right road, where the values of the 1 , 2 appear in Table 5. At a long distance, all the situations may occur, whereas the situations (c), (d) and (e) usually do not appear at a short distance (during driving stop the reading of high placards before entering a short distance). However, the situations (c), (d) and (e) may also occur at short distance if the road map is fitted into a heel or turned position of the road.
The value of the rotary angle is different for the two headlamps and denoted the incline of the plane that includes the light, eye and the road board. Approations from approximately 20. -45 ° to 45 ° is typical and even larger values appear if the road map is fitted in a distorted position.
Key materials for retroreflecting board surfaces shall obtain a retroreflection using glass panels or microprimes. All of these materials indicate variation of the coefficient of retroreflection with the angle of observation a and the angle of the approach.
Perlefied board-based board materials may in general be regarded as 'non-rotary sensitive' in the sense that the coefficient of retroreflesion does not depend significantly on the way in which the angle of the approach is being adjusted by means of its components, and not ; of possible rotation of the sample.
Microprism, on the other hand, is 'rotatious sensitive' in the above-mentioned sense, since the coefficient of retroreflection can vary significantly with all four angles.
Measurement of the coefficient of retroreflection of non-rotatious sensitive materials shall be placed in the test without rotation (' s = 0 °) and the angle of the angle is to be set exclusively by the component 1 (The ... 1 = Bright, do 2 = 0 ° corresponding to a situation (d)). For non-rotational sensitive materials, perl-based materials and micro-prismatic materials are included in the cases where it can be established that the design ensures this quality.
When measuring the coefficient of retroreflecting " rotatious sensitive materials ", use of the solution (a), (b), (e), (e), (f), and (g) marked with a table in Table 4, as the case indicated in parenthesis (a) can be measured in Table 4, as the case indicated by the parenthesis mark (s) can be used (s). is omitted when the material is used with its directional vertical upwards on the lodretor tablets. The cases in Table 4 are defined by components of the case 1 , 2 of the approach (b) as shown in Table 5.
In all cases, the setting of the rotary angle is set to -45 °, 0 ° and 45 °. In addition, the committees of the situations (a), (b), (c), (e), (e), (e), (f), (f), and (g), which may occur, are used by the smallest values of the angle (5 ° and 15 °) where the variety of experience is less than at the time of the year, maximum value.
2. Daylight Reflection and Colors, All Material Types
The daylight reflection and color of a whiteboard shall be described in the luminance factor, and the colour coordinates x, y (2 ° vision field) as defined in the CIE publication. 15.2 (1986) 'Colorimetry'.
The luminance factor of test sample is determined as the ratio between the luminant L of the sample and luminansen L 0 the illuminating surface of an ideal diffuse and observed in the same conditions as the test :
yess= L/L 0 .
The color coordinates of a test shall indicate the position of the colour in the colour triangle when the sample is exposed to a light source with a given spectral distribution.
The three values of a sample shall be measured by lighting at 45 ° ± 5 ° angle and 0 ° ± 10 ° measuring angle in relation to the normal test (see, including certain microprism materials). As a light source to illuminate the sample, the standard will be used D65, which represents daylight with a correlated colour temperature of 6500 K. The spectral power distribution is specified in ISO/CIE 10526:1991 "Colorimetric illuminants".
The values can be determined on the basis of the spectral reflectance or by direct measurement of tristimulus values X, Y and Z, cf. the CIE publication referred to above.
The test must be clean and dry under the measurement.
In the case of measurement of certain micropriced materials, the specific characteristics apply that the measurement values vary with the direction of lighting within the specified tolerances and with its possible distribution in a cone at 45 ° angle. In the case of such micropriced materials, the measurement shall be carried out using diphus lighting when, however, illuminating in directions with up to 2 ° observation angle is eliminated.
In the light of a 45 ° angle, the reflection of such microprizes is reflected in the local direction of the room and is accompanied by rainbow dearits. A measurement method based on fixed lighting does not therefore lead to reliable results and is unfit for reflecting a position of silence at normal daylight conditions.
These drawbacks are to be avoided by diffuse lighting, which in a similar way corresponds to the illumination of a clouded sky. Lighting in directions with small observation angles is being eliminated, because such lighting is accompanied by a powerful retroreflection, and therefore the value of the luminance factor would be in a way that does not apply in practice.
Diffus illumination may be provided in a photometer bullet in which the sample is raised, by measuring through a port in the orb. Lighting in directions with small observation angles will be eliminated by daring an area around the gate with black afglare.
3. Luminans and color of illuminating whiteboard
The color of a single-colored field of a lit tablet is described in the luminance factor, and dy-coordinates x, y (2 ° vision field) as defined in the CIE Publication No 15.2 (1986) 'Colorimetry'.
The two values, as well as the luminance of the field, are measured with the illuminating illumination of the illuminating voltage at a nominal voltage, tiring-free setting at 25 ° C and 0 ° ± 10 ° measuring angle in relation to the normal board.
The values can be determined on the basis of the spectral reflectance or by direct measurement of tristimulus values X, Y and Z, cf. the CIE publication referred to above.
The measuring field should be sufficiently small to be placed in a monocular field, and to detect variations in luminance, for example 30 mm, Ø .
The board must be clean and dry under the measurement.
Variable Whiteboard Display Library
The display directory is a list of authenticated views for variable tablets. In this edition, the display directory contains only a clean text of text, i.e. displays without graphical elements.
In the display library, a distinction shall be made of views on hhv.
• Coherent systems
• Stand-alone tablets
Use of single slates and interconnection systems is shown by cross-testing :
X= primarily used
(X) =can be used, but primarily used a different view.
For coherent systems, systems with mine are understood. 3-4 tablets in a single direction where it is possible to set up a board of silence ;
Typically, cohesive systems include detectors, speed boards, information boards, and cameras, which are typically located at 500 or 1000 metres apart.
In the display library, for cohesive systems, a directional speed limitation is specified that is recommended to accompany the views on text tablets where possible.
The guiding recommendations for speed restrictions follow the following key principles :
* Distance corresponds to the distance that is specified on the boards and / or the distance between the board and the event that the view relates to.
P (Person) : Where there is a risk to people on the road (for example, accidents or persistent cars or in the case of rescue operations)
T (Things) : Applicable by events where there are incidents Not are the risk of persons on the road (for example, lost goods),
The principles set out in this respect require that there are speed boards at the disposal of each. about. 500 m. If this is not the case, the use of the table must be used to ensure that the recommended end speed (40 or 60 km/h) can be achieved.
Main categories and categories
The display library display is sorted by the following main categories and categories :
• Animals on the road
• Holding car
• Oil waste
• Person on the road
• Ghost Bilist
• Lost goods
• Water on the driving lane.
• Ambition damage
• Road work
• Drun-down lane or exit
• Shortcut motorway
BRIDGE / TUNNEL / FERRY INFORMATION
• Bridge / Tunnel / ferry information
• Travel Time Information
• Other Information
For each category, a general reference is given. the use of the board information. In addition, for each view, specific instructions have been given for each case. use.
Non-Persistent Road Conduct
Truning on the driving track, dimensions and shaping
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Publication on the use of road marking