Overview (table of contents)
General provisions for road marking
Executive order area
Variable message signs
Temporary buoy, and the use of temporary marking
Regulatory road marking
Border and background marking
Marking on the carriageway
Geographical directions on ordinary roads
Geographical directions on motorways (permanent panels)
Servicevejvisning on ordinary roads
Servicevejvisning on motorways
Directions for people with disabilities
Directions for cycling, horseback riding and hiking routes
Date of entry into force of
Vejtavlers lighting properties
Luminous tavlers luminance
Display library for VMS
Temporary road signs
Marking on the carriageway, dimensions and design
TABLE of CONTENTS
The full text of the notice on the existence of road markings
Under section 95, paragraph 3, in the highway code, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 1047 of 24. October 2011, section 6, paragraph 1, and article 6 a, paragraph 1, of the law on public roads, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 1048 by 3. November 2011, and article 27, paragraph 3, of law No. 1537 by 21. December 2010 about private common roads, and under the authority pursuant to section 134 (a) (1) of the highway code, § 2, paragraph 2, of the law on public roads and section 90 of the Act on private common roads be fixed: title I General provisions Chapter 1 Notice of road marking area section 1. This Ordinance contains provisions concerning the use and the administration of road markings. Rules about vejafmærkningens design and meaning can be found in the Ordinance on road markings.
(2). Names of road signs, directional signs, border and background marking, etc., marking on the carriageway, etc. and signal conditioning in this Ordinance refers to the terms of the Executive order on road markings. Descriptions for material type refers to annex 1. For more information, including instructions and comments about road markings, found on the Danish road Directorate website.
(3). There must only be used by public roads marking, shown or mentioned in the Decree on road markings, or as approved by the Danish road Directorate, in accordance with article 3. However, paragraph 4. Road and street navneskilte, house numbers and the like are considered in this context not as road markings.
(4). The Ministry of transport may approve that the Danish road Directorate employs marking that is not shown or mentioned in the Decree on road markings.
§ 2. The Danish road Directorate may grant a local vejbestyrelse or vejmyndighed a derogation from the provisions set out in this notice, without prejudice. However, paragraph 3.
(2). The Ministry of transport can inform the Danish road Directorate a derogation from the provisions set out in this notice, without prejudice. However, paragraph 3.
(3). A derogation from the provisions of (E) 49-52 may be negotiated with the Ministry of Justice.
(4). Decisions of the Danish road Directorate in accordance with paragraph 1 may not be referred to the Secretary of State.
§ 3. Before marking are established or existing marking changes the meaning. Title I, Chapter 2 and 3, and section II, vejbestyrelsen or vejmyndigheden obtain the consent from the police, however, see § 48, § 120 and § 131, paragraph 5. Such consent shall not be necessary for the establishment and modification of directional signs, see. Title III, but the police can road safety reasons require such marking removed or changed. By marking with variable message signs shall also include any manuals for the consent of the police management boards, and the like.
§ 4. By sudden damage to the road or bridge, vejbestyrelsen, vejmyndigheden or vejejeren without the prior consent of carry out the necessary marking. The police must be informed as soon as possible on the relationship.
§ 5. Police must cause that lack of marking are established, and that inappropriate marking is changed.
§ 6. Vejbestyrelsen or vejmyndigheden to remove or change the misleading marking as soon as possible.
§ 7. Boards must have such size and placed in such a way that they, having regard to road conditions and traffic speed both in light and darkness, immediately perceived in sufficient distance, and as early as to road users are given sufficient time to respond to the circumstances with which the boards is for.
(2). Boards must be-reflective or illuminated, unless otherwise specified in the following provisions. Black symbols must not, however, be-reflective. Fixed signs on highways must be-reflective regardless of whether they are illuminated. The same is true on all roads for B 11 Unconditional giving way and (B) 13 Stops.
(3). Use only boards with-reflective surfaces that meet the requirements set out in annex 1.
§ 8. Text on the tablets must be performed with the Danish Vejtavle font.
(2). Danish Vejtavle script font used for positive dark text on light background.
(3). Danish Vejtavle writing negative font used for light text on dark background.
Chapter 2 VMS using variable message signs
§ 9. Variable message signs shall be used only if the current information cannot be disseminated using permanent tables.
(2). Information on variable message signs shall not be in contradiction with information on fixed tables.
(3). If a variable luminous tablet is in resting position, must play view be black.
(4). Use of other main boards as variable road signs than those that are allowed, see. notice of road markings section 5, paragraph 2, must be approved by the Danish road Directorate, in accordance with article 3. However, paragraph 5.
(5). Secretary of State may accept that the Danish road Directorate uses other main boards than those permitted by Decree on road markings.
§ 10. Text and symbols must not be alternating. There must not be any movable items shown on the Board. Glowing text and symbols on variable message signs should not be confused with fixed or flashing signals.
(2). Application of luminous variable message signs shall not be carried out in such a way that the use of other boards made more difficult.
(3). Luminous boards must regulate luminance automatically in relation to the ambient luminance, as shown in annex 2.
(4). Under the boards may only be illuminated, if main Board is illuminating.
(5). Variable directional tavlers fixed parts designed with colours as for other equivalent directions.
Documentation and monitoring
§ 11. Where the speed limit is 90 km/h or more, variable tavlers function is monitored 24 hours a day.
(2). Variable message signs shall be provided with a prohibition sign, which ensures that the views of play the last 12 months can be documented.
Variable text tables
§ 12. Where variable message signs are used, all other text marking be adapted, so there is a coherent information from the total marking.
§ 13. Variable text tables should be designed as Prism boards or as luminous signs.
(2). On text tables, there must be a maximum of three lines of text.
§ 14. There may only be used texts on text panels, which are specified in the columns ' display ' and ' Approved approved variations ' in annex 3, the display library for VMS.
(2). Use of other texts than those that are allowed, see. (1) must be approved by the Danish road Directorate, in accordance with article 3. However, paragraph 3.
(3). The Ministry of transport may approve that the Danish road Directorate uses other texts than the lyrics that are allowed, see. (1).
§ 15. Luminous variable text tables should be designed with white text on a black background.
§ 16. On text panels indicating danger immediately ahead on the same route, information is given in the following order on the same text Board: 1) description of the hazard or incident.
3) Guide for the road user.
(2). On text panels indicating danger ahead on the same route or on another road, the information given in the following order on the same text Board: 1) Referencing.
2) Description of hazard or incident.
3) Guide for the road user.
§ 17. On text tables may use only the following variable warning signs A 20 Line, A 39 Roadworks, A 95 Page wind or A 99 Other danger. These boards will be placed to the left of the text.
§ 18. Travel time information for engine running be set on text tables as running time in minutes to well-defined points on the roads e.g. a motorway exit. The displayed time travel must respect the current speed limit on the line.
Chapter 3 Temporary marking, and the use of temporary marking section 19. Temporary marking can be used for marking of roadworks, see. Annex 4.
(2). Temporary marking must also be used only when in a shorter period of time is needed to give drivers another information than usual, after which it must be removed.
(3). Temporary road markings must first appears when users need the information.
(4). Rules for size, font, design and material types for fixed directions also applies to temporary directions.
(5). Exit numbers on temporary exit signs to be bounded by the black contour line.
(6). Design of temporary road signs should look as shown in annex 4.
Title II regulatory Road marking Chapter 4 Definitions § 20. For the purposes of this title: 1) safety lead time: term for the period of time for security reasons must be, from green light signal turns off for a traffic flow, to green light signal turn on a conflicting traffic flow.
2) Coordinated signal systems: signalling, where signs in a signal conditioning affect signalling in a subsequent signal installations.
3) Tilfart: term for the part of a stretch of road that leads to a traffic flow into an intersection.
Chapter 5 road signs section 21. Signs indicating the yield ratio by intersection, must always be visible, even in the event of a power outage.
§ 22. The back of road signs to be gray if not otherwise provided for in connection with the individual boards. Variable message signs, however, can have black back.
§ 23. Material types to-reflective boards shall meet the requirements set out in annex 1.
§ 24. The use of illuminated or-reflective road signs must not be carried out in such a way that a road Board impedes the perception of other road signs. Particularly to signs indicating unconditional giving way, be at least as strong as other signs-reflective or illuminated in the immediate vicinity.
(2). Tables set up on the same stand must have the same type of reflective material. However, this does not apply for N 42 set up under D 15 or route numbers set up under (B) 16.
(3). On all grey boards, which shall be drawn up on highways, used material type 4. However, this does not apply to N O 41, 42, 43 and 44 O O.
(4). Material type 4 is used on the following boards placed on ordinary roads: (A) 22, 72, 73 (A) (A), 92 (A), (B), (C) 11.1, 13 C 11.2, C 12, C 19, (C), (D) 11, 42 D 15 D 16, E 11, E 42-45 and P 11 and E 17 pedestrian crossing when it is illuminated from the outside.
(5). On the other-reflective boards to be used material type 3. Material type 2 can be used on grey boards set up solely for road users on the trails.
(6). To-reflective surfaces at N 41 used at least material type 4.
(7). For Z background plate must be triangular 72.2 with side length of 110 cm. Plate's home must be dark blue and is performed in the material type 2. Outer edge of the plate consists of a 3 cm wide Red Ribbon and a 6 cm white reflective tape. Both strips must be performed in the material type 3.
§ 25. On the same stand must be for the same side of the road is set up to a maximum of 2 main boards with associated under the boards.
(2). On stand with chalkboard, indicating rail overkørsel, do not set up other signs, unless this appears from the following provisions relating to individual boards.
section 26. Road signs should be placed on the right side of the road in the direction of the road, without prejudice to subsequent provisions. On motorways to traffic signs should be placed at both sides of the roadway.
(2). Road signs can instead of location in the roadside suspended above the carriageway. Such signs shall be located so high that they do not restrict the free height above the roadway.
(3). Placed boards above sidewalk or bike path, or where pedestrians frequently move about, the distance from the surface to the lower edge of the stocking Tablet be at least 2.2 m above the pavement and at least 2.3 m above the bike path.
(4). On roads with permissible speed of 60 km/h or more, or on roads with dense traffic signs must be placed at a height of not less than 1.5 m above the road. However, this does not apply to boards (A) 75, D 15 D 16, N-and O-boards and P 11.
(5). On roads with speeding less than 60 km/h, the following tables cannot be located lower than 1.5 m above the road: 1) Warning boards except for A 75 and A 92.
2) All yield tables.
3) Prohibition boards (C) 31-36, (C) and (C) 42 51-59.
4) Instruction boards D 11.4-11.8, (D) and (D) 55 56.
5) Informational boards E 11 E 15-17, E 22, 31, 37, E E E 39-45, E 55, E56 and E 68.4.
(6). Boards must not be set up, so it results in bad conditions, see history. section 32.
(7). Additional setup requirements may be listed under the individual boards.
§ 27. The distance from the edge of the carriageway to Board edge or stand shall not be less than 0.5 m. At midterheller, share heller and midterrabatter must distance from edge of course but at least be 0.3 m. The distance from the edge of the right hand lane to a traffic tavles in the middle line must not exceed 4.5 m, if the Billboard is intended for road users on the carriageway.
(2). The distance from the edge of the bike-and fællessti for Tablet stand shall not be less than 0.3 metres; this distance may be reduced if there are road equipment closer to the bike path edge and Tablet stand do not qualify for more appropriate, e.g. in the trailing edge of the sidewalk.
U. Under Boards
section 28. Under the boards may only be used, if importance cannot be specified with a main Board alone, unless otherwise specified.
(2). Instead of text should be used as far as possible symbols, as shown in the notice of road markings.
(3). If a SubPanel contains more than one clarification, limitation or extension, it must be made clear by design, possibly by splitting into multiple tables.
(4). Main boards and under the boards shall be placed in such a way that there is no doubt what the main board a SubPanel belongs to.
(5). U 6 with broken arrow to the left should not be applied at roundabouts.
A. Warning Signs
section 29. Under the boards U 3, U 4 and U 5 must not be used with warning signs.
section 30. Tables set up outside closer developed area in other distance than 150-250 m before the danger and warning signs on highways, assigned the SubPanel, which specifies the distance.
section 31. If a Tablet is true relationship outside of the roadway, it must be entered on a SubPanel.
(A) 11 Dangerous intersections where the intersecting road have unconditional giving way
section 32. (A) 11 should be set up, where summary conditions along the more significant way is bad. Summary relations must be regarded as bad, if the list is shorter than the distance specified in table 1.
List less than (m) (stop)
Table 1. Længden af stopsigt ved forskellige hastigheder
Stk. 2. As speed in table 1, see. (1) used the speed that 85% of observed by motorists, but not less than the permitted speed.
(3). (A) 11 must be set up on motorways before access roads and on other roads before similar approaches, from which traffic exceptionally unconditional giving way.
(A) 16 Roundabout
section 33. When signalized intersections outside closer developed area converted to roundabouts must (A) 16 as interim Board used in all road connections. The Board must be placed before any chart orientation Tablet and tablet with forvarsling for giving way.
(A) The 17 Pedestrian Crossing
§ 34. Outside closer developed area must (A) 17 set up in front of all road crossings, which is not located at intersections, as well as at the road crossings at intersections when zebra crossing crosses the more significant way.
(2). The Board may not be used in front of signalized road crossings.
(A) 18 Oncoming traffic
section 35. (A) 18 must be set, where a carriageway, which is inscribed with the E 19 one-way, continues in a carriageway with two-way traffic, and in addition, where a longer stretch of road with one-way lanes is followed by a stretch of road with two-way traffic lane.
(2). The Board must always be fitted with under plate with distance indication.
(3). The Board must be repeated without distance indication, but possibly with an indication of line immediately before the place where the carriageway with two-way traffic begins. Within the territory must not, however, the Board developed closer repeats with spacer or line indication, if the first tablet is set up closer than approximately 100 m in front of the line with two-way carriageway.
(A) 19 Light-Signalling
§ 36. (A) 19 must be used for the single underlying signalling on roads where the maximum speed exceeding 60 km/h, or if the signal is not visible within the speed-dependent distances, as specified in section 32.
(2). When (A) 19 is used as temporary Board must always be placed before any permanent warning with A 19 light-signalling.
A 20 Line
section 37. When A variable is used as the tablet to Tablet 20 system be designed for 24 hours a day to detect line.
(2). The product of A 20-boards may only be used in conjunction with variable message signs with the local speed limit, (C) 55.
(A) 21 Cyclists
section 38. (A) 21 must be set up on roads with permissible speed of 60 km/h or more, where bicycle paths connect the roadway outside the junction, where cyclists and drivers of small two-wheel moped must use the carriageway after a stretch of road, where this has not been the case.
(2). Where bike paths crossing the roadway outside the intersection, shall (A) 21 bear SubPanel» intersecting cyclists '.
(3). At the intersection should only be used where the Blackboard cyclists or moped riders of small location in junction is abnormal.
(A) 22 Children
§ 39. Marking by schools with school patrol in places without signal installations must be done in the following way: 1) Tablet (A) 22 must be set up and assigned under the tablet with inscription ' School ' and line indication ' 0-X m '. On the roads, where the maximum speed is higher than 60 km/h, shall be 150-250 m before the warning Board, as harbinger, putting up A 22 with under plate with inscription ' School ', but without the indication line.
2) to all boards must use material type 4 or better, and they shall be separately illuminated with at least 400 lux.
3) above each tablet must be affixed a blink signal with two alternately flashing yellow lysåbninger that are placed next to each other and are directed toward the traffic, Billboard is intended for. Lysåbningerne must be at least 20 cm and not more than 30 cm in diameter. The flashing frequency must be a minimum of 50 and a maximum of 70 per minute.
4) Board lighting and flashing signal must be in function, when school patrol work. Outside these hours should the lights be turned off. The one that turns on and off the plant, possibly by a control relay could verify that the light turns on and off on all boards. The light must not be switched on and off by unauthorized persons.
(2). Other solutions for marking of the school patrol work, must not be established.
(3). It is permissible to use A 22 as variable road Board in addition to permanent (A) 22.
A 26 Costly Game
§ 40. On A 26 can be used symbols that show other wild animals than a deer. Such symbols must be approved by the Danish road Directorate, in accordance with article 3. However, paragraph 2.
(2). On main roads, the Transport Ministry to approve that the Danish road Directorate employs boards with symbols that show other wild animals than a deer.
(A) 27 Cattle
§ 41. On 27 may be used (A) symbols that show other animal than a cow. Such symbols must be approved by the Danish road Directorate, in accordance with article 3. However, paragraph 2.
(2). On main roads, the Transport Ministry to approve that the Danish road Directorate employs boards with symbols that show other animal than a cow.
(3). The Board may only be set up in periods in which head of cattle daily cross the roadway, and where this is due to the history the situation poses a danger.
(A) 31 Smooth road
§ 42. The reason for the smooth lead shall be included on the SubPanel.
(2). (A) 31 must be removed or covered during the periods where there is no risk of smooth road.
(3). If the smooth lead is due to the presence of ice or snow, under Board UA 31 Icy used.
(A) 35 Dangerous discount
section 43. The symbol of A 35 to be flipped when the dangerous discount is located to the left of the roadway.
(A) 36 Bump
§ 44. (A) 36 must be used for the speed-reducing bumps on roads. The Board may not be used in areas marked with (E) 49 Pedestrian, E 51 seating and play area, E 53 Area with speed damping or E 68 with C 55 Local speed restriction, where the speed limit is 30 km/h or less.
(A) 37 uneven road
§ 45. (A) 37 must be set up with a dangerous unevenness on the road, and where sound drive requires a reduction of the speed compared to the who by the way is allowed on the road. The Board may not be used permanently.
(A) 39 Roadworks
§ 46. (A) 39 must be set when the roadworks means that in periods are personnel, equipment, or materials on the part of the road, which road users using. It must also be used when the road due to roadworks are abnormal. Please refer to the notice of a marking of roadworks, etc.
(A) 41.1 right turn, A left turn, A 42.1 41.2 More turns, the first to the right and A More swing, it first to 42.2 left
§ 47. (A) 41 and 42 (A) must not be set at the same stand as C 55 Local speed limit.
UA 41 Speed Indication
section 48. The specified speed shall be determined by the police after the drive with the consent of vejbestyrelsen/vejmyndigheden.
(A) 43.1 Narrowed road, A road on the left side and 43.2 Narrowed A 43.3 Narrowed the road on the right side
§ 49. (A), (A) and (A) 43.2 43.1 43.3 shall not be used for warning that the lane number is reduced. This is marked with the E 16 Lane course, see. § 113.
UA 43 clear width
§ 50. The width must be specified in meters with a maximum of one decimal place. Width of the Declaration shall be the actual width. If the roadway has sharp turns or abnormal cross-slope, however, must be taken into account when a width Declaration.
(2). Width declaration cannot be less than 2.6 m. in smaller widths must instead used Tablet C 41 vehicle width.
(A) 46.1 Steep descent and A 46.2 Steep increase
§ 51. The slope must be specified in whole percent.
(A) 72 Railway overkørsel without booms
§ 52. (A) shall be set up by all 72 railway overkørsler, is not secured with booms. On roads with at least 2 lanes to the Board should be instructed in both roadsides.
UA 72 see trains
§ 53. When A 72 Railway overkørsel without booms used in front of a railway overkørsel secured only by signage or things like overview, 72 UA SubPanel are placed under alert Board.
(A) 73 Railway overkørsel with booms
§ 54. (A) 73 shall be used for all railway overkørsler, secured with booms.
(2). The Board must be set in both roadsides on roads with at least 2 lanes.
UA 73 warning system of electrified railway
§ 55. UA 73 shall be used for railway overkørsler, where trains are electrified.
(2). The Board must specify the secure free height under live electrical wires. The height is fixed at 1 m below the harness height.
(3). UA 73 should be placed under all A 72 or 73 (A) warning signs, which are determined by the concerned over drive.
(A) cross-brand for single track railway 74.1 overkørsel and A Tick mark in the multiple track railway 74.2 overkørsel
section 56. The front of cross-brand and stand must have alternating red and white reflective fields. The back of the Board can be green.
(A) 75 Distance Marks
§ 57. Distance markers must be set in both sides of the roadway and may only be set up on the road that crosses the railway.
(A) 91 Openable bridge
§ 58. (A) must be set up in front of the opening 91 bridges on roads where the maximum speed is higher than 60 km/h, or if the flashing signal at the bridge cannot be seen within the speed-dependent distances as specified in § 32.
(A) 99 Other danger
section 59. (A) 99 may only be set up with SubPanel, indicating his father's art. Under the boards shall, as far as possible, be performed with symbols as shown in order on road markings.
(2). By rail without precaution, see overkørsel. Traffic Agency's announcement about security measures in railway overkørsler, managed by banedanmark, which are open for normal traffic, the Board set up under the Board of UA 99.2 Tracks.
(3). (A) 99 Other risk which temporary Board can only be used to warn in the following situations, see. Annex 4:1) A 99.1 Holes in the road.
2) A 99.2 Crash junctions.
3) A 99.3 Crash stretch.
4) A 99.4 Changed giving way.
5) (A) 99.5 New signal sometimes.
B. Yield Signs
section 60. There must not be set up in conjunction with yield signs other signs than A 74 cross-brand for railway overkørsel, D 12 Mandatory direction in roundabout and under the boards U 1, UB 11.1 Forvarsling for stop and UB 11.2 two-way bicycle lane.
(B) 11 Unconditional giving way
section 61. Unconditional giving way under the road traffic Act article 26, paragraph 2, (where not used B 13 stops) is marked with both Tablet B 11 Unconditional giving way and S 11 give way line where second is not intended. On low-traffic roads can unconditional giving way, however, is marked only by the diverging line.
(2). Tablet B 11 must always be drawn up in the following cases: 1) By indmunding in a way that is inscribed with the Tablet B 16 Highway. If the two main roads intersect, the most significant road is marked as a main road through the intersection, and the ride on the other route imposed unconditional giving way.
2) where the Board (A) 11 Dangerous intersections where the intersecting road have unconditional giving way, is placed on the intersecting road.
3) By indmunding in four-legged cross by road, where intersecting highway in previous cross-have had unconditional giving way.
4) By indmunding in roundabout, also when the indmundende roads are main roads.
5) By indmunding in a way, where the creeks persons road users do not see the intersection within the speed-dependent distances specified in § 32, or where it is not clear from vejudformningen that the intersecting road is more significant.
6) By the access track to Highway, which imposed on the ride-on unconditional giving way, and by mitered joining to other way where there is no marked with B 15 merge.
7) At signalized intersections, if there is marked for unconditional giving way. The diverging line are not used at signalized intersections.
8) By indmunding in the road, where the establishment of two-way bicycle lane.
§ 62. Unconditional rights of way must be marked by land-and grusvejes indmunding in the highway or where the road is established two-way bicycle lane, unless the indmundende road leads to a single property.
(2). When you leave from way across the sidewalk, bike path or discount may only be omitted if the marking of the batch job is beyond the transverse way carriageway. Of batch job must be done in level with any sidewalk or bike path.
section 63. (B) 11 must be set as near intersections as possible. If there are diverging line placed (B) 11 so close to this as possible. (B) 11-Board should not be placed in a larger distance than 20 m before the give way line.
(2). If Blackboard is used by a drive over the sidewalk or bike path, it must be placed before the batch job.
(3). (B) 11 must be set up by both sides of the carriageway, when the ride on a highway shall be imposed unconditional giving way.
Forvarsling for B 11 Unconditional giving way
section 64. Forvarsling to be set up, where the traffic on a main road imposed unconditional giving way, or if (B) 11-Board is not visible within the speed-dependent distances specified in § 32, and the intersection is not a warning with the guide plate.
(2). (B) 11 Unconditional giving way and U 1 may not be used for forvarsling of signalized intersections. If there is a need for forvarsling at a signalized intersection, must (A) 19 light-signalling is used.
(3). (B) 11 and U 1 must be used for the forvarsling of unconditional giving way at roundabouts.
(B) 13 Stop
section 65. Stop signs can be set up in cross-outside closer developed area when there is found a significant crash problem between road users coming from the opposite direction. At the same time should one or more of the following criteria must be met: 1) summary conditions along the more significant way are bad compared to the permitted speed regulation. section 32, in at least one of the intersection legs and at least 10% of road users on the more significant road runs more than the permitted speed, 2 obligation imposed on road users, give way) who have not had rights of way in the previous tick, 3) the less significant way appear geometrically as a through-route at the junction.
§ 66. Stop must be indicated by signs with both Tablet B 13 as S 13 Stop line.
section 67. Concerning the location of the B 13 and S 13 Stop line, the provisions relating to Tablet B 11 Unconditional giving way mutatis mutandis.
section 68. When the B 13 is used by railway overkørsel, it must be set up under A 74 cross-brand on the same stand.
UB 11.1 Forvarsling for Stop
section 69. Forvarsling for B 13 Stop must be made with B 11 Unconditional giving way with SubPanel UB 11.1. The distance to the intersection must be set less than the Blackboard.
(2). (B) 13 Stop at railway overkørsel should always forvarsles. This is done by setting up UB 11.1 during A 72 Railway overkørsel without booms.
UB 11.2 two-way bicycle lane
section 70. UB 11.2 to be set up under B 11 Unconditional giving way and (B) 13 Stops, if running from page road crossing a two-way cycle track that goes across page road.
(2). UB 11.2 must also be set if a two-way cycle track starts or ends of the side road.
(B) 15 Merge
§ 71. B 15 must be drawn up by all acceleration lanes and at the confluence of highways, where drivers must merge together in accordance with the provisions of the road traffic Act section 18, paragraph 3, and paragraph 4, last paragraph.
(2). The Board may only be drawn up by the side of the cart cars, where the merge to take place.
(3). By approaches marked with B 15 must be dividing strip, block face or double barrier line between opposing traffic directions.
(B) 16 Highway
section 72. (B) 16 may not be set up on motorways. The Board must be set up on all other highways. The police can, however, accept that the Board cannot set up on main roads are expressways, and on main roads within closer developed area.
(2). The Board should be set up after the tick with significant side roads and otherwise alternately in each roadside, so that the distance between the boards is not greater than 3 km.
(3). Roads marked with L 41 Route European route number, L 42 Route number for primary routes and roads marked as primary ring routes with the route number 44 L ring routes should be classified as main roads.
(B) ceases to be Highway 17
section 73. (B) 17 must be set, where a marked highway ends, but not where the traffic on the main road in fact imposed unconditional giving way or merge duty.
(B) 18 Team back for oncoming
§ 74. Where B 18 set up by a single-track road section, which from the start line at least be free overview in the distance specified in § 32 of the permitted speed of the oncoming road users.
(B) 19 Oncoming traffic must keep back
§ 75. (B) 19 may only be made where the B 18 Teams back for oncoming is set up at the other end of the narrow stretch. The Board may only be set up immediately at the beginning of the narrow stretch and do not forvarsles.
C. Prohibition Tables
§ 76. A prohibition tavles significance may not be extended by the use of the Board in cases other than those specified in respect of each of the main boards of the ordonnance on road markings.
(2). A reduction of the importance of play must, except in the cases referred to in the notice of road markings, not be allowed to ban content can be specified with a different main Board.
(3). If user or vehicle must be exempted from a ban, this is done by applying the SubPanel with symbol or text and with the ' excluded ' under the symbol or the text.
§ 77. SubPanel, indicating temporal limitation of prohibition shall not be used by the boards (C) 11-12 and C 55-59. These prohibitions shall be limited in time, the boards must be removed, obscured, or be arranged so that the boards are only visible, when the ban is in force.
§ 78. By combination of symbols on the boards (C) 22-26 must be on the same Board used no more than 3 symbols and not more than 2 symbols, if the Board, among other things. applies to motor running.
§ 79. Prohibition signs must not be inserted at F 11-14 Pilvejvisere, F 18 Table directory, F 21 Stivejviser for cyclists, riding and hikers, for 30 special service directory, F 33 Car locators and G 18 Table orientation Board.
(2). Prohibition signs pasted on directional signs shall be used only for forvarsling or supplement a prohibition Board carried out and placed in the normal way.
(C) 11.1 right turn prohibited, C11, 2 left turn prohibited and C 12 Turn prohibited
section 80. The boards (C) 11 and 12 must be set up immediately in front of the C or at intersections, where the ban is in force. C and C 11.2 12 can be set up only in the left-hand roadside or over the roadway.
(2). Forvarsling of the boards with line-or distance indication may only happen when there are no significant side roads on early warning line.
(3). If the ban is in effect for a stretch, the Blackboard without SubPanel is repeated immediately before or at all major intersections and shall also be drawn up shortly after the intersection with SubPanel with indication of line 0-X m.
(4). Tablets C 11.1, C11, 2 and C 12 must not be inserted on the directional signs.
(C) 19 Driveway prohibited
§ 81. (C) 19 may only be made where the traffic in the opposite direction is allowed.
(2). Do not use other under boards than» Procrastination with bicycle and moped on the carriageway shall be prohibited '.
(3). If the driveway with bikes and small moped is allowed against the direction of travel, must C 19 not used.
(C) 21 Drive in both directions shall be prohibited
section 82. Leaderboard C 21 Drive in both directions banned must always be set up for both traffic systems.
section 83. Under the Blackboard UC 23 environmental zone may only be used under (C) 22.1 Motor vehicle, moped, tractor and big motor tool prohibited, C 23.1 Truck banned and C 23.2 Bus prohibited.
(C) 32 Total weight of the combination
section 84. (C) 32 must always be set up together with a second board with weight restriction.
C 41 Vehicle Width
§ 85. For the purposes of calculating the permissible width should be a tolerance of 20 cm for solid objects or discount and 40 cm, where vehicles with the maximum permissible width meets each other. Is there turn on the narrow stretch, or have the roadway abnormal cross-slope, the tolerance is increased.
(2). The width must be specified in meters with a maximum of one decimal place.
(3). There may not be set larger vehicle width on the blackboard than 2.5 m. If marking of larger widths is necessary, must (A) 43 with SubPanel UA 43 clear width is used.
C 42 Vehicle Height
§ 86. C 42 must be used in all cases where the free height above the ground is less than 4.2 metres. The Board may, however, be omitted on private roads, there are no private common roads.
(2). The text on the Board must specify the permitted vehicle height below where the Billboard is located.
(3). The height must be specified in meters with a maximum of one decimal place. There must always be a tolerance of at least 20 cm.
(4). Is it allowed vehicles to cross the road in the middle line, which is marked across all lanes.
(C) 43 Vehicle slængde
section 87. The length must be specified in whole metres.
(C) 51 Overtaking prohibited
section 88. Within closer developed area must be used only in 51 C to a limited extent.
section 89. Outside closer developed area the following provisions shall apply: 1) (C) 51 shall be used, where the introduction of overtaking, which do not follow traffic law § 23. The Board must therefore be used in conjunction with the restricted line in places where overtaking is not prohibited by section 23 of the Act, but the restricted road line prevents cars from overtaking each other. However, this does not apply for short block lines in front of the intersection.
2) where C 51 is used to supplement the restricted line, it must be set approx. 100 m before the barrier line beginning with line indicating 100-X m.
3) Where it is not clear to users that the ban is still in force, must be repeated at least 51 C for every 500 metres.
4) the Board shall be set up by both sides of the roadway.
(C) 52 Overtaking with truck prohibited
section 90. (C) indication of line must be set at 52 with both sides of the carriageway not less than 100 m before the place from where the prohibition will apply.
(2). The Board must be repeated after major intersections and at least for every 500 metres.
C 53 termination of overtaking prohibited
section 91. Used C 53 as variable tablet should this be controlled together with the associated variable (C) 51-boards.
(C) Termination of overtaking with 54 truck prohibited
section 92. Used C 54 as variable tablet should this be controlled together with the associated variable C 52-boards.
(C) 55 Local speed limit
section 93. (C) 55 must be repeated after every major side roads, not exceeding 50 m after the vejindmundingen and Acceleration lanes at most 100 m by after their completion. If the page has a lower speed limit than the way that swung in to, can the above maximum length of 50 m increases until 150 m depending on the local conditions.
(2). If a local speed restriction will apply past boards E 42 Motorway, E 44 terminates, E 55 Highway Closer developed area and E 56 termination of closer developed area, C 55 is repeated by or not more than 60 m after the Blackboard. C 55, however, must never be set up closer than 30 m before or after E 55 Closer developed area.
(3). On roads with more than one lane in the same direction of traffic must C 55 set up on both sides of the roadway.
(4). The railway overkørsler, (except with A 72 Railway overkørsel without booms and with A 74 cross-brand) alone is guaranteed by a thing like overview, establish local speed limit the last 100 metres before the batch job.
§ 94. Where C 55 is used as variable tablet to complement fixed warning signs, the variable message signs should be set up at least 50 metres after the fixed panels. In the closer area can the variable message signs, however, developed be set down to 30 metres after the fixed panels.
(C) Termination of 56 local speed limit
section 95. Where C 55 Local speed limit has been set up with line indication, C 56 set up when the specified local speed limit is higher than the general speed limit for that stretch of road.
(2). Where the local speed limit is lower than the general speed limit for that stretch of road, the C 56 set up alone in the left roadside.
section 96. Used C 56 as variable tablet should this be controlled together with the associated variable (C) 55-boards.
(C) Cessation of prohibition 59
section 97. C 59 to be used where there is a need to specify the ending of a ban, which cannot be indicated by one of the boards (C) Termination of overtaking prohibited, C 53 54 Termination by overtaking lorries banned or (C) Termination of 56 local speed limit.
(2). If a ban should apply after C 59, prohibition Board affixed to the same stand as a resting Board or immediately after this.
(C) 61 Stopping prohibited, C 62 Parking prohibited, UC, UC Parking 61 33 62, UC, UC 60.1-3, E 33 Parking and UE 33.1-4
section 98. On roads with permissible speed of 60 km/h or more must C 61 or 62 C only putting up with under boards U 3, UC 60.1-3 or a combination of these under the boards.
section 99. To limit restrictions on main boards (C) 61, (C) and (E) 33 62 with regard to time and driving species to be under boards U 3, UC, UC, UC 61 33 62 or U 4 used during main boards.
(2). Any restrictions outside the times when the main Board (C) 61 applies must be specified with the boards 62 UC and UC 33 in combination with UC 61. Any restrictions outside the times when the main Board (C) 62 applies must be specified with the Whiteboard UC 33 in combination with UC 62.
(3). For C 61 can be used under tables with the texts» loading and unloading allowed ' and ' Out and entering allowed '.
§ 100. Boards with downward-pointing arrow or double arrow must set up a maximum of 20-25 metres after the place where the restriction applies. Boards, which will apply from an intersection, must set up a maximum of 20-25 metres after the area covered by the provisions of the road traffic law § 29 on stopping and parking in tick (10 m-point or the restricted line after the junction).
(2). Boards, which will apply until an intersection, must be set up so that the distance to 10 m-point before the intersection or its possible division into lanes at most is approx. 70 m.
§ 101. Where restrictions are the same before and after a Tablet, front and back must be the same.
(2). Where restrictions are not the same before and after a Board, main Board is omitted on the back. The restrictions that apply after the Board, must be entered on the back with UC UC UC 33 61, 62 or without pilangivelse.
§ 102. By deploying C 61 and 62 C and E 33 Parking where this allows parking on the roadway without marking on this, must be on the front page always used UC 60.1-3, UE 33,1-3 or corresponding arrow on other SubPanel.
(2). Where the validity of the restriction measures are indicated by arrows, upward arrow is positioned over the downside. For each direction to be the toughest restriction be at the top.
(3). Where parking is directed across the direction of travel may UE 33,1-3 and UC 60, 1-3 is rotated so that the arrows are horizontal. A similar twist must be carried out by these boards on turning pitches.
§ 103. A time interval for a restriction must not be contained within a time interval, which applies another constraint in the same place. Time intervals do not overlap.
(2). Where a restriction applies within certain period of time and a less severe restriction applies in the same place the rest of the week, text: ' Other time ' is used.
(3). Where a restriction only occurs in parts of 24 hours and a less severe restriction must apply to the rest of the day, the text: ' the rest of the day ' is used.
(4). Where a restriction is relaxed part of the time by a SubPanel with text or with the symbol for individual vehicle categories, the relaxation is specified as a time interval that is contained in the restriktionens time interval.
D. Order Boards
section 104. Under the boards U 1, U 2 U 3 and may not be used in order for boards. By D 55 minimum speed and D 56 termination of the minimum speed can U 1 and U 2 be used.
D 11 Mandatory direction
§ 105. Boards with horizontal arrow shall be placed immediately following the place where the road user should wield. The Board must not be set up, where in front of this traffic exists, running against the direction of the arrow.
(2). Boards with bent arrow must be set up in front of the place where the road user should wield.
(3). The tablets should not be used where the current road is such that it is only possible to run in the prescribed directions.
(D) 12 Mandatory direction in roundabout
§ 106. (D) 12 must be used immediately in front of roundabouts, where it is not possible to place traffic signs in midterøen.
(D) Mandatory passage and 15 D 16 Optional passage
§ 107. (D) 15 with arrow to the right and (D) 16 shall not be used where there is oncoming traffic on the roadway to the right of the Blackboard.
D 21 D 22 bike path, Footpath, D Ridesti, D 23 26 Shared path and (D) 27 Fællessti
§ 108. Boards for the ordered path can be set up exclusively by the left side of the path, e.g. in rabat between lane and path.
21.1 two-way bicycle lane and OUT OUT 21.2 two-way bicycle path terminates
section 109. Bike path along the road may only be marked for two-way traffic, when the path meets the conditions laid down in the Ministry of public worker's circular on the establishment of two-way cycling paths along the way.
(2). Two-way bicycle lane should be marked with D 21 D 26 Shared path or bike path, D 27 Fællessti bearing SubPanel OUT 21.1 21.2 and out.
(3). The boards should be set up, where the path begins and ends and at every intersection.
(4). At the intersection set up boards after the junction in relation to a cyclist who drive on the left roadside on the reversible path.
(5). The reversible cycle track must be marked with narrow dotted line with line and intervals of the same length. The line must be continued over the side roads and adjacent departures.
(6). By side roads should be marked with V 21 Bicycle symbol on both sides of the line.
(7). Where B 11 Unconditional giving way or (B) 13 Stop is being formed on the two-way bicycle lane, Blackboard bear SubPanel UB 11.2 two-way bicycle lane.
(8). Where cyclists to use cycle track in the left roadside, D 21 with SubPanel OUT 1 set out in the right roadside.
(D) 55 minimum speed
section 110. Marking with minimum speed must be approved by the Danish road Directorate, in accordance with article 3. However, paragraph 2.
(2). On main roads, the Transport Ministry to approve that the Danish road Directorate employs marking with minimum speed.
E. Information Boards
§ 111. Where E 11 is used in conjunction with R 11 Lane arrows, there must be full compliance between the two markings.
(2). E 11 boards must not be equipped with distance indication.
E 15 lanes at intersections
section 112. On E 15 should discounts be set with black surrounded by white contour, and length marking must appear in white.
E 16 Lane-Courses
§ 113. By refinements, where one lane removed, so that running must merge according to the rules of the road traffic Act section 18, paragraph 4, the course on E 16 lane appears in accordance with the actual progress and without changing lanes changing lanes lines between trolley cars.
(2). On the Board must be specified lane lines, when Billboard used for refinements, which are afstribet with lane lines in such a way that driving in the lane which terminates must cross the lane line in accordance with the provisions of the road traffic Act section 18, paragraph 2, on changing lanes. Other length marking must not appear on the Board.
(3). When you specify discounts, length marking and by the execution of temporary marking applies the same provisions relating to line-and Board colors listed under E 15 lanes at intersections.
E 17 Pedestrian Crossing
§ 114. At the pedestrian crossing without signal adjustment to the marking on the carriageway, see. § 184, supplemented with Blackboard E 17, which must be separately illuminated. The Board may, however, be omitted at the pedestrian crossing, immediately after a give way or stop line.
(2). E 17 must either be set up on both sides of the roadway in front of zebra crossing seen in driving direction or suspended above the roadway above each of the two carriageways. The boards must be double-sided.
E 19 one-way
section 115. E 19 must be drawn up by all the intersections on one-way roads, which can get into the way vehicular traffic.
(2). Where the road is not one-way traffic for certain species, such as cyclists, E 19 set up with SubPanel, that indicates the exception, see. U 5.
(3). The Court, which is reserved for the movement against unification, should be separated with double lock-out line from the rest of the carriageway. If the exception only covers bicycles and small mopeds, can double the block line exceptionally omitted except at junctions.
E 23 Guidance for invalidity
section 116. E 23 to be used for entries, which are particularly suitable for invalids.
E 31 Bus Stop
§ 117. E 31 can be set up irrespective of the provision in the road traffic law § 29 (1) (8). 2, and regardless of that stretch is stopping ban specified by Board (C) 61 Stopping prohibited.
(2). The Blackboard can be supplemented with necessary information on traffic flow, e.g., driving times, routes and zones. This information set up by traffic company, in agreement with the police and vejbestyrelse/vejmyndighed.
E 37 Creep Track
section 118. E 37 must be set at the beginning of the track, and it must shrink forvarsles in ca. 200 meters distance. Both tables must specify crawl of the track length. Concerning the speed indication, see § 110, D 55 minimum speed.
(2). By the end of the track to be there regardless of creep the list be restricted line for the oncoming traffic in order to facilitate exit from creep track.
E 39 Recommended speed
§ 119. E 39 used outside closer developed area. Speed indication shall be less than the general speed limit and must be established on the basis of an overall assessment of the road, including an assessment of summary conditions for motor vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians, see. § § 32 and 163.
E 41 Speed indication for exit
section 120. E 41 must be used for exits with abnormally sharp turns. The indicated speed must after the drive shall be determined by the police with the consent of vejbestyrelsen/vejmyndigheden. The Board must be positioned at a distance that ensures that speed can be reduced in turn.
E 42 Motorway
§ 121. E 42 to be used and, on the other hand, where the highway is a direct continuation of the General road network, on the one hand, and on the approaches to the highways.
(2). The Board must be drawn up on the place, from which traffic should be banned for the road users, who are not allowed to move about on the highway. There are at this point not reasonable diversion option, the forvarsles with distance indication by a preceding intersection.
E 43 Expressway
section 122. E 43 must be drawn up, which the expressway begins as well as after each intersection with road or path that is open for road users, who are not allowed to use the Expressway.
(2). Concerning the same provision applies to forvarsling as for the highway.
E 44 Highway terminates
section 123. E 44 must be set up, where the highway ends, and must forvarsles 400 m before this place.
(2). At the exits to the Blackboard only used where it is not clear that the motorway exit.
(3). The Board must be set up in both sides of the roadway.
E 45 Expressway terminates
section 124. E 45 should be set up, where the expressway ends and must forvarsles 200 m before this place.
(2). On side roads and exits it must only be used where it is not clear that expressway exit.
(3). The Board must be set up in both sides of the roadway when there is more than one lane in the direction of travel.
E 49 Pedestrian
section 125. E 49 must be set up at every entrance to the pedestrian area.
E 50 termination of pedestrian
section 126. (E) 50 must be set up at every exit from the pedestrian area.
E 51 living and play areas
section 127. E 51 must be set up at every driveway to the area.
(2). Roads in a living and play area must be clearly presented as suitable for stay and play around the road space. They should not be separated in the carriageway and sidewalk, and there must not be any through-height difference in road cross-section. On the other hand, the portion of the road, which is suitable for driving, e.g. by a coating in different colour. By retrofitting existing roads can, however, be retained if the curbs clearly interrupted with a maximum of 25 metre intervals.
(3). There must not be set up warning signs at each speed-reducing measures in the area.
(4). There must not be established unconditionally give way at intersections in the area.
(E) Termination of 52 living and play area
section 128. E 52 must be set up at every exit from a living and play area.
E 53 Area with speed damping
§ 129. E 53 must be set up at every driveway to an area where the roadway through physical measures on road space is arranged so that it is not suitable for driving with higher speed than the specified.
(2). The Danish road Directorate may authorize the Board need not be determined if a newly established area is decorated with special emphasis on low speeds.
(3). Which shall be used in speeds between 45 km/h and 20 km/h Speed indication on the 45 km/h; should only be used at speed damping roads designed for speeds of 45-50 km/h.
(4). Do not set up special warning signs at the speed-reducing measures in the area.
E 54 cessation of territory with speed damping
§ 130. E 54 must be set up at every exit from the area unless the area directly replaced by another area with speed damping or of living and play area.
(2). Resting boards can be set up in the left rear of the area boards as roadside.
E 55 Closer developed area and E 56 termination of closer developed area
§ 131. E 55 and E 56 can be set up without indication of name for the urban area.
(2). On roads with more than 3 lanes to boards set up in both sides of the roadway.
(3). E 55 can be performed as SubPanel. This can be set up under the C 56 termination of the local speed limit, when this in closer developed area cancels out a local speed limit, which is higher than the General.
(4). E 55 and E 56 boards should not be placed together with other marking.
(5). Cases concerning Setup or movement of the E 55 and 56 E is determined by police after negotiation with vejbestyrelsen/vejmyndigheden.
E 68 Zone Board
§ 132. E 68 must be set up on all roads leading into the area.
(2). Use of the symbol for assemblies, which do not concern the local speed limit, Lez, stopping and parking, must be approved by the Danish road Directorate, in accordance with article 3. However, paragraph 3.
(3). On the main roads to the use of the symbol for assemblies, which do not concern the local speed limit, Lez, stopping and parking shall be approved by the Ministry of Transport.
E 69 Termination by zone
section 133. A zone must be lifted with E 69 unless zone is replaced by a new zone with less stringent restrictions.
section 134. E and E 68.4 69.4 can be used for marking of zones with local speed limits, laid down in accordance with the road traffic Act § 92a, paragraph 2, of the basic regulation. section 42, paragraph 4, and 5.
(2). Establishment of speed zone shall be done in accordance with the provisions of §§ 135-143.
section 135. Application for establishment of a speed zone are sent to police accompanied by: 1) Scale vejplan with indication of: (a)) street names, b) road marking, c) Tablet afmærkningens location, and (d)) result of speed measurements V 85% (the speed that 85% of road users adhere to).
2) evaluation plan indicating: (a)) location of speed measurements, b) time for completion of the evaluation, and (c)) about scheduled promotions at the start of the evaluation period.
The zone size
section 136. A speed zone, marked with E 68.4, must include at least 2 sections of road.
(2). A section of a road may however, in exceptional cases with police permission is marked with E 68.4, if it is in close association with other areas marked with E 68.4.
(3). At such stages to be used vessels absorbers similar to the signposted speed, and the lines should not be longer than 100 m: 1) at 30 km/h.
2) 300 m at 40 km/h.
3) 500 m at 50 km/h.
(4). A speed zone may not be established if the maximum run length by directly running through the zone exceeds 1500 metres from the crossing of E 68.4 by entering in the zone to the goal for the ride.
section 137. Within closer developed area, inscribed with the E 55 Closer developed area, only established zones at speeds of 30 km/h or 40 km/h.
(2). Outside closer developed area must only be established zones at speeds of 40 km/h or 50 km/h.
(3). In recreational areas and cottage areas outside closer developed area can establish zones at speeds of 30 km/h, 40 km/h or 50 km/h.
section 138. On individual road sections within the speed zone shall be established if the dampers, speed rectilinear part of the road is longer than: 1) 100 m by sign speed 30 km/h.
2) 300 m at the sign speed 40 km/h.
3) 500 m at the sign speed 50 km/h.
(2). It does not however apply if V is less than 85%: 1) 36 km/h at the sign speed 30 km/h.
2) 47 km/h at the sign speed 40 km/h.
3) 58 km/h at the sign speed 50 km/h.
§ 139. Speed measurements to be performed on all roads in the zone with a pretty stretch of 150 m, both before and after the establishment of speed zone.
(2). The speed shall be measured with instruments with an accuracy of +/-3 km/h or better, and to be measured speed of single vehicles.
(3). Speed measurements to be performed on an entire 24 hours a day with normal everyday traffic and under normal weather conditions.
section 140. Last 1.5 years after establishment of a speed zone should an evaluation be carried out and an evaluation report submitted to the police.
(2). Review must commence no earlier than 2 months after the establishment of the zone and at the end of a possible campaign.
§ 141. The evaluation report shall include a scale vejplan with indication of: 1) street names, 2) road marking, 3) Tablet afmærkningens location 4) location and type of any vessels absorbers, 5) result of speed measurements V 85% before and after the establishment of speed zone, and 6) where speed measurements were made.
(2). Uses vessels absorbers, which is aimed at cushioning of passenger cars speed and only to a limited extent, against the heavy traffic, V 85% for both passenger cars and for the heavy traffic is indicated.
section 142. The line must be complemented with speed dampers, if the measurement of the V 85% at a distance greater than: 1) 36 km/h at the sign speed 30 km/h.
2) 47 km/h at the sign speed 40 km/h.
3) 58 km/h at the sign speed 50 km/h.
(2). There must be carried out, where appropriate, a supplementary evaluation 2-6 months after the end of the first evaluation, and an evaluation report must be forwarded to the police.
Tavlernes location, etc.
section 143. Speed zone signs must be set up on independent stands and may not be combined with other tablets than E 53 or 54 E.
(2). E-boards should be placed at least 68.4 25 m after the crossroads.
(3). E 68.4-boards will be set at a height of at least 1.5 metres measured from the carriageway paving surface to play under the edge (4). The boards must be set up in such a way that road users running into the zone can always see at least one Board that shows the zone.
E 80 General speed limits
§ 144. E 80 must be set up at border crossings, ferry ports and airports with international routes.
(2). The Board needs to be complemented with UE 80.
E 90 automated traffic control
section 145. E 90 must be set up by stationary equipment for automatic traffic control.
(2). Blackboard set up normally in accordance with the same principles as warning signs.
Other information boards, E 91 Speed shows
section 146. The text consists of fixed, black letters with a versal height minimum of 143 mm, however a minimum of 170 mm at a speed limit of 80 km/h, on the one hand, shining, white, variable digits with a cap height of at least 250 mm, however a minimum of 400 mm at a speed limit of 80 km/h.
(2). The establishment may only happen on roads with a speed limit of 80 km/h or lower. At de-escalation of the local speed limit establishment of electronic speed trainers must only take place after the marking of the final speed. Speed measurement shall be communicated clearly to the individual user, so this is not a doubt about who the current speed applies.
Chapter 6 Edge and background marking section 147. Distance from the bicycle trail edge to edge and background afmærkningens nearest point must be at least 0.3 m.
N. Edge Marking
§ 148. N 41 Border posts should not lead to hazards at impact, and the material must not shatter by fracture under commonly occurring temperatures.
(2). Edge poles must not weigh over 4 kg and must be able to be laid down by a crack or horizontal force not exceeding 1 kN in 0.5 metres above sea level.
(3). Edge of the poles to be carried out as shown in Figure 1.
(4). There may, however, be applied truncated edge piles on crash barriers erected close to the roadway. Reflector plate and any mileage plate should then be placed in the same height above the carriageway as shown in Figure 1.
Figure 1. Kantpæl
Stk. 5. On the regimented lines may only be set up reflex on the side facing the direction of travel.
section 149. N 41 must be used on the main roads and other route numbered roads as a continuous, coherent selection. They must be drawn up in pairs with a distance of 100 m, both in providing discount and dividing strip.
(2). On road sections, which are fitted with Guardrails or brorækværker, can be omitted if the distance from the edge of the Poles road edge (stocking edge) to auto guard or railing is less than 1.5 m.
(3). Edge piles can be omitted within closer developed area, and on the roads where local conditions make disposition inappropriate, e.g. where the sidewalk or bike path immediately adjacent to the carriageway means that there is no room for erection along the road edge.
(4). On roads with street lighting can edge the poles is omitted in the midterrabatter, which is equipped with Guardrails.
(5). On road sections with a radius of curvature less than 2000 metres to edge the Poles shall be established with less distance than 100 m to mark the course of the path, unless there are instead marked with N 42 Edge marking plates or O 41.1 directional arrows.
(6). Marking with edge piles on curves must be done in accordance with Figure 2.
Figure 2. Location of border posts in curves N 42 Edge marking plates
section 150. N instead of N 41 42 shall be established where there is a need for particularly strong selection.
(2). N 42 must be performed, as is evident from Figure 3 and putting up with the lower edge a maximum of 0.5 m above the terrain. Board height can be reduced, but should be at least approximately 1.1 m high. In closer developed area can N 42 performed in smaller dimensions.
Figure 3. N 42 Edge marking plates (all ubenævnte goal is in m)
N 43 Peak selection
§ 151. On N 43 Tip marking they must alternately red and white squares have the same aspect ratio as at N 42.
O. Background Marking
§ 152. O 41 directional arrows may only be set up in the outside of the curves.
§ 153. P 11 Hellefyr shall be constructed of such material, that they do not know-impact giving rise to particular risks to road users.
(2). Hellefyr must be carried out with the dimensions indicated in Figure 4.
(3). Helle guys must be uniformly illuminated or reflective with retro type 4 all the way around from the base up to a height, there must not be more than 10 cm below the upper top of helle fired.
Figure 4. P 11 Hellefyr
§ 154. P 11 Hellefyr may not be used in the primary either.
(2). When helle fired must be able to be passed to the left, there immediate at the bar is marked with D 15 Mandatory passage or D 16 Optional passage, unless the Lighthouse is located on the carriageway with one-way, or by marking on the carriageway and the road is clear, that the lighthouse must be passed to the left.
(3). Hellefyr must not be set up in such a way that their height including hellen is more than 0.9 metres measured from the ground at the site, see. Figure 4.
§ 155. Main roads and other routes must be kilometrerede, and rutenummerede to be along these roads set up mileage marking.
(2). Kilometreringen meted out along the road system line (usually vejmidten).
(3). On the edge of the piles shall be placed marking the mileage as shown in Figure 5.
Figure 5. Kantpæl with kilometrering (4). Helkilometer the poles is the mileage system benchmarks and must not be removed or moved, when kilometreringen is implemented.
section 156. Kilometers of marking must be designed as shown in Figure 6.
Figure 6. Design by kilometers of plates (2). The whole kilometres without decimal places, while 100 m Division is indicated with one decimal place (one digit under decimal stroke at the plate).
(3). At the bottom of the plate indicated the road mileage administrative number, as shown by vejregistret. Preceding zeros in number can be omitted. After administrative number can road after a hyphen be specified number of the ramp (vejdelen), if not the pile is placed on the very edge of the road.
(4). It shall state road kilometrerings direction at the plate with an arrow pointing to the upside on the right roadside in kilometrerings direction and downward on the left roadside in kilometrerings direction.
(5). If the distance from the previous helkilometerpæl differ by 10 metres or more from 1000 m introduced a ' error-kilometres '. This appears on the km-marker who quit ' error kilometeren ', at the top of the kilometers of the plate to introduce ' F '. On the back (at discount) of the ' F '-labelled pole is the distance in meters from the previous kilometre point as shown in Figure 7.
Figure 7. Abbreviated road section Chapter 7 Marking on the carriageway in General
section 157. Marking on the carriageway shall be carried out with the dimensions and the design, which is set out in annex 5.
§ 158. Broad lines must always be at least twice as wide as the narrow lines that are on the same stretch of road. On the same stretch of road should narrow lines have the same width. Broad lines on the same stretch of road should have the same width, if they deal with the same conditions. The distance between the double lines must be the same as the width of the narrow lines.
(2). Deviations from the stated dimensions may be allowed, provided they are within-5 to + 10% of the specified numbers. By marking at intersections can, however, be adapted to conditions dimensions. The relationship between the length of the line, and spaces for lines lane line, warning line, dotted border line, dotted line for splitting of paths, the end of the swing path and bicycle field must not deviate by more than +/-10%.
(3). Marking in yellow must be carried out in such a way that it under all weather and lighting conditions clearly distinct from any white marking on the same route.
(4). The restricted lines, warning lines or border lines against midterheller or-land, must not be carried out in such a way that the Strip seen across the direction of travel can be thought of as a dotted line.
Q. Length Marking
§ 159. Length marking must be used for the separation of lanes with opposing traffic directions (middle line), for the separation of lanes with traffic in the same direction (splitter bar), to the delimitation of the portion of the roadway to be used by motor vehicles and large mopeds and for delineation of special courts (edge line) as well as for the splitting of paths.
(2). The distance between two lines or between a line and curbs that limit the same lane, must be at least 2.75 m, unless the vehicular traffic is executed with very low speed (10-20 km/h), and which seems very few large vehicles. Width requirement also does not apply at road works, where a narrow lane is marked with (C) 41 vehicle width.
Q 42 Alert Line
section 160. To the limitation of the reversible lanes need to double Q 42 Alert line is used. Establishment of reversible lanes must be approved by the Danish road Directorate.
(2). On the main roads to the establishment of the reversible lanes are approved by the Ministry of Transport.
Q 44 Block Line
§ 161. Q 44 Block line may be used both as middle line and which parts line.
section 162. Q 44 Block line should be replaced by Q 42 Alert line at places where desired allowed running to cross the line. Permission for crossing of the line can be done single directed by use of double line consisting of the restricted line and alert line. Warning line may exceptionally, on a stretch of more than 35 m replace the restricted line in cases where stopping is desired allowed, but where the marking with the restricted line after the rule of the road traffic Act section 29, paragraph 1, no. 8, prohibits stopping.
§ 163. When the list between 2 points, located 1.0 m above the road in the middle line, is less than the values given in table 2, shall be deemed to be the overview of limited.
Allowed speed (km/h)
List less than (m)
Table 2. Begrænset oversigt
§ 164. Q 44 Block line, used as the center line on a slope or vejkurve, where the inventory is limited, see. § 163, must have a length of at least 50 m. If the list is restricted in a stretch of 20 m or less, can block line is omitted. If the line is between 20 m and 50 m, extended the restricted line backward, so that its length will be 50 m.
(2). If the distance between two block lines for same direction is shorter than 100 m on roads where the maximum speed is higher than 60 km/h and 50 m on roads where the maximum speed is 60 km/h or lower, there must be marked with the restricted line on the whole line.
The middle lines
§ 165. In the middle line must be used on the main roads and other rutenummerede roads, where lane widths greater than or equal to 2.80 m can be established, unless the road is marked as tres track with parts line.
(2). In the middle line must be used regardless of lane width and regardless of the number of traffic lanes on all roads and important rutenummerede municipality roads, where the inventory is limited, see. § 163, as well as in front of heller and solid objects.
(3). In the middle line must be used on all roads, which are overtaking indicated by Tablet C 51 Overtaking prohibited.
(4). In the middle line must be used on all roads in front of the stop or give way line as well as in front of the pedestrian crossing, where lane widths greater than or equal to 2.80 m can be established.
Execution of the middle lines
§ 166. In the middle line can be performed as a single line, single Lane Q 41 Q 42 Warning line or as a double line. Double line must not consist of two Q 41 Lane line. Determining which lines are to be used in double line, shall take into account of the situation in the lane nearest to the individual line.
section 167. In the middle line must be performed as Q 41 Lane line, where no other length marking prescribed in § 168.
section 168. In the middle line can be performed as Q 44 Restricted line (part of the double line) or Q 45 Block surface, where the number of lanes is reduced or increased, or where the width of these are reduced. The restricted line length depends on the maximum permissible speed or width reduction.
(2). In the middle line, outside of closer developed area performed as early warning line (part of the double line) on a stretch of 100 m before the pedestrian crossing and within closer developed area is carried out on a stretch of 50 m before the pedestrian crossing. However, this does not apply where there is otherwise restricted line on the line.
(3). In the middle line must be executed as the restricted line (part of the double line) or block surface on roads, where the inventory is limited. On two-lane roads with road width less than 5.60 m middle line can be carried out as single early warning line instead of the restricted line (part of the double line) or block surface.
(4). In the middle line must be executed as the restricted line (part of the double line) or block surface on roads where there is overtaking indicated by Tablet C 51 Overtaking prohibited.
(5). In the middle line must be executed as the restricted line (part of the double line) or block surface on roads before the stop or give way line, also where there is a short midterhelle during stop or give way line. The restricted line or block surface is carried out on a stretch of at least 22.5 m – in the closer area at least 11.25 m developed before the stop or give way line. Before the stop line at the crossing must however be at least 50 m line lock and proceed over the tracks.
(6). In the middle line must be executed as the restricted line (part of the double line) or block surface on roads in front of heller and solid objects or in the restricted surface installations before the beginning of the svingbanens left. The restricted line is carried out over a distance equal to lengths in Table 3. If there are two lanes for traffic direction past midterhelle or block surface, can block the line be replaced by the alert line (part of the double line). By short nor in vejindmundinger with stop or give way line can block line be made shorter without prejudice. (9).
Allowed speed (km/h)
The length in metres of the restricted line/block surface before heller and solid objects
Table 3. Længden af spærrelinje
Stk. 7. On two-lane roads located in closer developed area with many check-in and out privileges and with limited overview, see. § 163 middle line regardless of lane width can be performed as a single alert line.
(8). In the middle line must be performed as a double block line or block surface on roads with four or more lanes. Within the area of the middle line can however developed closer performed as single early warning line on road sections, where there are many entry and departure, as well as on roads where parking is allowed for part of the time in one or in both the outer lanes, and this parking have to such an extent that these lanes is unsuitable for driving.
(9). In the middle line must be carried out as early warning line (part of the double line) on a stretch of 100 m before the restricted line, where the maximum speed is over 60 km/h, and 50 m, where the maximum speed is less than or equal to 60 km/h, however, since it can be omitted by speed indications on the 30 km/h or lower. By the restricted line before the stop or give way line on less important roads this length can be reduced to a minimum of 30 m and within closer developed area completely omitted. If the distance from a blocking line for a subsequent warning line for driving in the same direction will be less than 50 m, the alert line is extended to this blocking line. Warning line may not be used as the center line by staging bays.
§ 169. Dividers are used on tres porede roads and on motorways.
Execution of dividers
§ 170. Dividers are executed in Q 41 Lane line. Before the Stop line or S S 13 11 give way line replaces the of at least 15 m Q 44 Restricted line (single line) a warning with at least 15 m 42 Alert line Q (single-line). Within closer developed area of the restricted line lengths and can alert line is reduced to a minimum of 10 m. Warning line may be omitted.
(2). In front of solid objects on the carriageway must share the line performed as Q 45 Block flat a warning with 100 m warning line, where the maximum speed is greater than 60 km/h, and 50 m-warning line, where the maximum speed is less than or equal to 60 km/h.
(3). In specific cases where it is necessary to prohibit changing lanes to one side, can be used as a divider line double line consisting of the restricted line and lane line. Such marking shall be approved by the Danish road Directorate.
(4). On the main roads to marking in accordance with paragraph 3, shall be approved by the Ministry of Transport.
§ 171. At intersections to Q 45 Block surface is interrupted, where there is crossing traffic. Dotted constraint line without interruption of the shading is used only for check-in and out privileges, where you want to allow crossing of block surface. The dotted line is to be executed in Q 42 restriction Warning line.
section 172. On lanes with two-way traffic shall Unbroken border line only 46 Q is used, which is also used in the middle line.
(2). Continuous edge line should not be used on two-lane roads with a width that is less than 5.80 m.
(3). On single track roads with two-way traffic shall Q 47 Dotted border line is not used, where the maximum speed is greater than 50 km/h or 60 km/h in closer developed area outside closer developed area.
(4). Border line to be used to separate a regular lane from a special course (pure swing alley, creep track, parking lane, buslomme, busbane, an emergency lane and cycle track).
(5). At intersections that are not signalized, border line for the more important road passed through the junction. Edge line for the less important road to be interrupted at the intersection.
(6). In signalized intersections used border line as appropriate.
Execution of border lines
§ 173. Edge line must be carried out in continuous at discounts, emergency lanes, bus lanes, bicycle lanes and parking lanes.
section 174. Edge line must at intersections is performed on the more significant way, punctured when the less important road is wider than 5.5 metres.
(2). Border line should be performed at pure turn lanes, punctured creep track, buslommer as well as at intersections. Edge line must be carried out uninterrupted by the last part of the pure swing courses.
(3). On single track roads with two-way traffic, the distance between the dotted border lines cannot be greater than 3.5 m and less than 3.0 m.
Border line width
§ 175. Edge line that limits the portion of the roadway to be used by engine running, to narrow when the distance from the road edge to the line's edge to the Centre of the carriageway is less than or equal to 0.8 m (narrow edge of course).
(2). Edge line that limits the portion of the roadway to be used by engine running, must be carried out wide when the distance from the road edge to the line's edge to the Centre of the carriageway is greater than or equal to 0.9 m (wide edge of course).
(3). Edge line that separates the ordinary lanes from special courts (pure swing courses, creep track, parking lanes, bus lanes, bicycle lanes and an emergency Lane), to be carried out wide.
(4). On motorways to be border line always carried out wide.
(5). Border line, as at intersections on the more significant way used to limit the ligeudvognbanens right side must be carried out wide, where cyclists and moped riders from the bicycle trail, bike lane, broad edge court or medical course along the more significant road passes vejudmundingen on the area to the right of the border line. In other cases, performed border line narrow. Border line, however, in all cases can be carried out wide, where it is necessary to highlight a special alignment in the cross.
(6). Border line, as at intersections on the more significant way used to limit the ligeudvognbaners the left side against "left wheel" area, carried out wide and in continuation of the wide border line which demarcates "left wheel" course.
(7). On single track roads with two-way traffic to edge line carried out wide (wide edge of course).
Lines on the trails
§ 176. Lines on paths to be used for the separation of traffic the species on a shared path, unless the physical design clearly distinguishes them.
(2). Lines on paths to be used for the separation of traffic directions on two-way cycle track along the way as well as to the definition of opmarchbås for fluctuating cyclists and moped riders.
(3). Edge line on the path carried out narrow and set up in the right side of the path seen in the direction of travel. At the offset of the path, e.g. by buslommer, can be supplemented with a border line in the left edge of the path from 10 m before forsætningen to 10 m after the forsætningen.
(4). Lines on paths must not be-reflective.
R. Pilaf Labelling
§ 177. Pure right-or "left wheel" courts must always be marked with arrows. Pilaf labelling is, however, not required by branches or exit lanes are marked with exit signs.
R 14 Lane arrows with turn prohibitions
§ 178. Where R 14 used must also be specified when prohibition prohibition or instruction signs.
R 15 Arrows for changing lanes
§ 179. R 15 may only be used when there are no oncoming traffic in the lane, as the arrows are pointing at.
section 180. Temporary cross-marking can be yellow, see. section 50 of the Ordinance on road markings. Equivalent white marking shall be removed or covered.
(2). Transverse marking should not be performed with færdselssøm alone.
S 11 Give Way Line
section 181. By vejindmundinger, where establishment of unconditional giving way to the ride after the rule of the road traffic Act article 26, paragraph 2, must be marked with S 11 give way line. The unconditional rights of way may, however, expressed only with Tablet B 11 Unconditional rights of way, where the road surface makes a clear and durable marking with the diverging line, e.g. at roadworks.
(2). The diverging line must be placed in appropriate short distance away from the nearest continuous wagon banes or bike path edge on the more significant road, but can be placed in lane or cycle track edge, especially at lower speeds within closer developed area.
(3). Where the unconditional giving way follows from the provision in the road traffic Act article 26, paragraph 3, but special conditions marking required, the provisions on marking of unconditional giving way after road traffic Act section 26, paragraph 2, apply mutatis mutandis. In those cases where unconditional giving way after road traffic Act section 26, paragraph 3, be marked with the diverging line, this must be placed before the pavement or footpath.
S 13 Stop Line
§ 182. S 13 Stop line shall be used only in connection with Tablet B 13 Stops by Street signal or by Red blink signal.
(2). At the location of the stop line in connection with Tablet B 13 Stop rules, about the location of the diverging line apply mutatis mutandis.
S 16 End of swing alley
section 183. By turn lanes to S 16 so that vehicles, that stops at the line, not to the detriment of other traffic, as the entertaining has unconditional giving way.
S 17 Pedestrian Crossing
§ 184. S 17 without signal adjustment must not be established where the allowable speed is greater than 60 km/h.
(2). Pedestrian crossing without signal adjustment must not be established where the inventory is limited. Regarding the list please refer to Q 44 Block line, see. § 163. However, this does not apply to pedestrian crossing immediately after shrink-or a stop line. Pedestrian crossing without signal adjustment must only be set up where both the running and the pedestrians are so close that the zebra crossing is necessary for a fair settlement of the pedestrian traffic. There should in particular be taken into account whether there are a lot of children or elderly people who must cross the roadway.
(3). At the pedestrian crossing without signal adjustment to the marking on the carriageway shall be supplemented with the Tablet E 17 pedestrian crossing, see. § 114.
(4). Pedestrian crossing at intersections shall be at least 2.5 metres wide, and detached pedestrian crossing must be at least 4 m wide.
S 21 Bicycle Field
section 185. S 21 must not be established for cyclists and drivers of small moped, which has unconditional giving way or right giving way.
(2). Bike box must be marked with wide dotted line. At a minimum, the cycling field left limit is marked up to the separation between traffic directions on the transversal road. However, the line can be omitted if the bike box is marked with blue color, and the field is conducted entirely through the intersection.
(3). V 21 Bicycle symbol must always be marked in this field.
(4). If the coating on a path will be led through a cross, which marked a bicycle field with wide dotted line and bicycle symbol.
S 32 Bump
§ 186. S 32 must be used for the bump, but may, however, be omitted in areas marked with (E) 49 Pedestrian, E 51 seating and play area, E 53 Area with speed damping, if the recommended speed is 30 km/h or lower, or E 68 with C 55 Local speed restriction, where the speed limit is 30 km/h or less. S 32 consists of two or three rows of square tiles.
T. stopping and parking
section 187. T 33 Parking: parking places and parking lane with longitudinal parking can regardless of the provision in the road traffic Act section 29, paragraph 1, no. 2, mark them in T-intersections on recurrent Road opposite to vejtilslutningen when the parking area is laid out in a pocket in the pavement or rebate, or are part of a single parking area, and when there is not landscaped bike path along the parking area right side, see. Figure 8.
(2). Parking places and parking lane may also by cross-marked at a distance of at least 5 m from the transverse run banes or bike path near the border in the following situations: 1) on one-way roads where standardisation leads away from the intersection where the regimentation applies all vehicular traffic Inc. cyclists, see. Figure 8, 2) along a more meaningful way in the same side as the sidevejs connection, if the parking area is laid out in a pocket in the pavement or discount, and if the page road give way line (S 11 give way line or the S 13 Stop line) is located in the edge of the nearest through-Lane, see. Figure 8, 3) along other roads where parking area is laid out in a pocket in the pavement or discount. Driving direction away from the intersection must be only used longitudinal parking lane, see. Figure 8, or 4) along the busy roads, where weak car area be established by clear offset of Road edge. Road marking may be omitted in such cases, see. Figure 8.
(3). Parking lanes must be constructed and marked in such a way that they cannot be confused with the regular lanes.
(4). The Danish road Directorate may authorize the marking of parking bays for disabled persons at a distance of 5-10 m from the intersection. Such marking shall be justified by the specific needs of persons with disabilities, and there may not be a reasonable alternative solution.
Figure 8. The figure shows the various situations described in § 187 Figure 9. Measurement rules for ' 10 m-rule ' § 188. Parking stalls must have dimensions, so the relevant vehicles can keep within the Bay, see. notice of road markings.
(2). Width of parking bays for disabled people shall be at least 3.5 m, Width, however, can be reduced by up to 1 m, where there are adjacent area of the same size, which is usable for disembarking. Parking stall must be so long that the relevant vehicles can keep within the Bay, see. notice of road markings.
T 61 Stopping ban and T 62 Parking ban
section 189. T 61 and T 62 shall only be used for emphasis or extension of ban after road traffic Act section 29, paragraphs 1 and 3, and only where there are special needs for the færdselsmæssigt. T 61 can be used for marking of arresting the prohibition specified in the traffic section 29, paragraph 2, by bus stops.
(2). Where a stopping or parking ban extended by T-61 or 62, also the prohibition T line which is specified in the highway code, marked.
(3). Yellow færdselssøm should not be used to supplement or substitute for T and T 61 62.
V. Text and symbols
section 190. When a bike path is marked with Q 46 Unbroken edge line and V 21, symbol be placed after each interruption of Q 46 and, moreover, at appropriate intervals.
(2). V 21 Bicycle symbol must always be marked in S 21 Bike field.
V 42 Bussymbol
section 191. The text ' BUS ' shall appear in the courts after each interruption of the Continuous edge line and Q 46 Q 44 Block line and, moreover, at appropriate intervals.
V 44 Taxi symbol
section 192. The text ' TAXI ' shall appear in the courts after each interruption of the Continuous edge line and Q 46 Q 44 Block line and, moreover, at appropriate intervals.
(2). The text ' TAXI ' may not be used in courts with the text ' BUS ', if the traffic is controlled by X 19 Bussignal.
V 50 Færdselstavle symbol
section 193. Færdselstavle symbol can only be used on roads where the maximum speed is less than or equal to 60 km/h.
(2). The following symbols can be used in addition to færdselstavle the corresponding traffic Board: (A) 11, (A) 16-18, A 21-22, A 36, A 41-44, 96, 99 (A) (A), (C) 55-56, 61-62, C E 49 – 56 and E 68-69.
(3). There can not be used undertavle texts and undertavle symbols on the roadway.
V 60 Security symbol
§ 194. V 60 Safety symbol may only be used on motorways and other roads where the strips are separated physically.
(2). Marks may not be used where it can diminish the perception of other road marking, e.g. by road connections to cross.
(3). Markings shall be provided on lines with more lanes used in all lanes in the same direction.
(4). Marks may be used at a maximum distance of 4 km.
(5). The distance between the marks must be: 1) 36 m on a stretch where the speed limit is 130 km/h.
2) 31 m on a stretch 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 where the speed limit is 80 km/h.
Chapter 8 signalling x. Street signals
section 195. Street signalling systems must not be set up on roads with a maximum speed of over 70 km/h.
section 196. Signals used in cross street, where traffic volumes at different times is so great that for the road users who have rights of way unreasonable wait times and congestion occurs.
(2). The signals used in addition, where there is no other marking can be achieved with a traffic safety satisfactory traffic regulation.
(3). Finally used Street signals at road sections that are too narrow for the attending road users.
section 197. Street signals must always be in operation.
(2). When Street signals exceptionally is out of order, they must be removed, obscured or lysåbningerne shall be marked with a white cross. This also applies when signals due to short-term disruption is out of function, if the damage is not immediately rectified.
section 198. A signal conditioning to regulate the conflicts between vehicles, running straight ahead and the intersecting traffic flows.
section 199. All motor vehicles in the driveway of a signalized area must signal adjusted. The exception is the only driveway of completely negligible traffic along a drive.
§ 200. Across all road connections, which are covered by the regulation, establishment of signal stop line, unless this is impossible due to roadworks at the art.
§ 201. Signal conditioning, located so close together that the misunderstanding and confusion of each fixed signal images can occur, should be coordinated for safety reasons.
I. importance of light signalling devices, number and location
section 202. X 11 Main signal: Main signals must be placed in such a way that road users are running toward the intersection, can see at least 2 signals showing the same signal image, of which at least one main signal shall be located so that, under normal conditions it is not covered by the front or crossing vehicles.
(2). Road users, who stops at a stop line, should be able to see at least one signal.
(3). For each tilfart in a signal regulated area may 3-light pilsignaler or cyclist signals replace the main signals.
§ 203. When the main signals or 3-light pilsignaler be placed next to each other, they must be equal.
section 204. Where tilfart occurs from a left turn, and where oncoming traffic closed by after green, to be there in the intersection left corner placed eliminating a X 11 Main signal without the green light. This signal must change to yellow and red light switch in line with or later than signals for the oncoming traffic.
X 12 Pilsignal
section 205. X 12 Pilsignal is used either as a 3-light signal or as a single arrow next to the corresponding color in the main signal.
(2). 3-light signal with the arrow is used where traffic in that direction desired regulated independently.
(3). Green arrow may only be used when running in the direction of the arrow does not occur any intersecting highway.
(4). Red arrow can be used to prohibit driving in that direction.
(5). In special cases, signalling systems, as regulated in the street for rail overkørsel, used red arrow, which only turns on by train to run.
(6). Do not use combined arrow.
section 206. 3-light pilsignaler must be placed at the tilfart they must regulate, in accordance with the rules for main signals and in such a way that together they can be seen clearly separated from any. main signals or other 3-light pilsignaler.
X 16 Cyclist signal
Section 207. X 16 Cyclist signal may only be made if there is a bike path or lane and only if you want to signal be given different for cyclists than for motor vehicles.
X 18 Pedestrian signal
section 208. X 18 Pedestrian signal may be used only by marked pedestrian crossing, where there is signal regulation for the vehicular traffic.
§ 209. X 18 Pedestrian signal must be positioned at the far end of the pedestrian crossing, as the signal is valid for, in such a way that it is visible throughout the passage.
X 19 Bussignal
section 210. X 19 Bussignal may only be made where the buses run in a busbane.
II. Lanternernes placement in height
section 211. -Hanging signal over bike path should be located such that there are at least 2.5 metres free height under the signal lantern with associated fittings.
§ 212. High seated signal above the carriageway shall be placed in such a way that there is at least 5.0 m free height under the signal lantern with associated fittings.
III. Management form
section 213. Independent signalling must be controlled with traffic detectors for all road connections.
(2). Detectors for motor vehicles shall be automatically-acting.
(3). The light in a pedestrian pressure control lamp must light up when a pedestrian is detected, as indication that the signals for the pedestrian crossing after the following will change to green.
(4). Pedestrian pressure must be applied at all pedestrian støttepunkter, as well as at the ends of either, for the pedestrian crossing.
IV. Signal Times
section 214. The following times should be observed: 1)
at least 6 sec.
at least 4 sec.
(2). The specified in point 1 and 2 times may, however, in special cases, e.g. smooth lead, extended respectively to 2.5 sec. and 5 sec.
(3). By street signalling systems, as regulated in the context of a rail overkørsel, length of green light can, however, be limited to 4 sec. by train to run.
section 215. Using green flashing pedestrian signal before switching to red pedestrian signal, the length of the period with green blink be at least 3 seconds.
(2). The period of pedestrian flashing green must not be included in the safety lead time.
section 216. Where, in addition to the pedestrian signal is used to set the remaining digits to signal change, must not use flashing green signal and safety time calculation takes into account the fact that pedestrians can start before the signal change.
§ 217. Safety lead time must be so long that the last dimension rewarding user after Green just go free by the first (earliest) dimension rewarding road user who starts for green from the crosswise direction. The length of time depends on the security intersection geometry, the conflicting traffic flows speed as well as start and stop in relation to signal change.
V. Geometric relationship
section 218. For any fluctuating traffic flow, the number of lanes in and after the junction must be at least equal to the number of lanes before the intersection.
section 219. By continued road crossings to be pedestrian flows are routed by deploying rails or similar on midterhellen.
section 220. Where creation of helle between traffic lanes for left-turning and ligeudkørende from the same page, there must also exist between traffic lanes for left-turning helle and oncoming traffic.
Vi. Detached stikrydsning
§ 221. The number of high seated signals must be at least two for each direction of travel.
section 222. By continued stikrydsninger be stitrafikanterne directed by deploying rails or similar on midterhellen.
VII. Combination regimented lines
§ 223. For each tilfart must place a signal at stop line. This may, however, be omitted in temporary facilities.
(2). Signals must in all cases be placed before the single-track line beginning and no more than 10 m after the stop line or stopping place.
Requirements applicable to equipment
section 224. Steering equipment for street signalling systems must be equipped with one of the management and time imposed independently verified that there not as a result of errors in the installation appear simultaneously green light in hostile signal groups. In the new steering equipment must also include the green light at the same time, this control with yellow or red/yellow light in hostile signal groups. Activation of controls to turn off all the signals in the plant. The error condition must not exceed 300 milliseconds. Errors that prevent the execution of controls, must also turn off all signals within the specified period of time.
section 225. New steering equipment for signalling must be able to verify that there is red in a sufficient number of signals specified in the directions, which must have red.
(2). Activation of control causes either an error indication or extinguishing of all signals within 300 milliseconds. Missing red vehicle signals in directions without some form of giving way to always bring about a switch-off.
section 226. New steering equipment must be supplied with the following boot application that can be activated at the earliest when all the signals have been off for 10 seconds: Yellow in all directions in 4 seconds (red in EVS. pedestrian signals), then red in all directions in 4 seconds, after which the plant goes over in the preset program starting with 2 seconds red/yellow (and then green) in the main direction. All 3-light signals must have green during the first signal circulation.
§ 227. In normally-occurring operating conditions must be preset security determines times (gultider, red-+ gultider) and min. Green times, see. section 214, complied with a tolerance of ± 5%.
section 228. Which signal gives the yellow Flash on road crossings to be used 1-light lanterns with 30 cm diameter.
(2). Vitrified in pilsignaler must have the same goal as lysåbninger in the main signals. Pilsignal placed in a main signal must have the same diameter as this lysåbnings.
Section 229. Vitrified in pedestrian signals must have a diameter of 20 cm.
§ 230. Lysåbninger in cyclist signals must have a diameter of 10 cm.
§ 231. The cyclist signal required Board must be 8 x 13 cm. Switchboard shall be integrated into the Lantern unit. It must be illuminated from the inside and show a white bicycle on a blue background.
section 232. The light from the street signal lanterns must have colors within the color limits, as defined in DS/EN 12368:2006.
section 233. Pedestrian push button, press and other detectors in new plant and equipment and by modernisation must be blue and be equipped with control lamp. However, this does not apply pressure, and designed solely for the blind. The light in the indicator must be visible from the front and from the sides, and white and indicate that pedestrian signals at that pedestrian crossing will switch to green without further action of the push button.
section 234. Audio signals may only be used at signalized road crossings, whether zebra crossing is located in a signalized intersection or is detached.
section 235. The audio signal must be subject to an equivalent level of control as in the Visual signal, see. § § 224-227.
(2). If lydgiveren receives erroneous orders, either at the same order of ' go ' and ' wait ' or ' go ' or order either on the ' wait ', p.a. applications automatically ends.
section 236. Parts that may be confused with the usual pedestrian press, may not be blue.
§ 237. Sounders at a pedestrian crossing is to be set up on both sidewalks close to the kerbside as well as on heller and discounts used as pedestrian støttepunkter. At road crossings without all components must be staggered elements creates or branches located on the same side of the field.
(2). At road crossings, continue or branching at a helle, followed the same principle at least one on each side of forsætningen or branch.
(3). By deploying components for various fields, one must carefully consider the location, so that misunderstandings are excluded.
Section 238. Used 2 main types of functions: normal and reduced.
(2). The volume of a signal unit will be adjusted automatically in normal function.
(3). By reduced function distinguishes between 2 types: 1) reduced function (R1) must lydgiveren function with its minimum volume, but there must be the possibility to manually activate the automatic volume control (normal function) on ' push button for the blind '.
2) reduced function (R2) to lydgiveren function without audio, either in a variant, where it is possible to manually activate the automatic volume control (normal function) on ' push button for the blind ', or in a variant, where the activation is not possible.
(4). After each activation in reduced function the automatic volume control must be in normal operation in a period of ½-3 minutes, depending on the orbital time in signal facility.
(5). All components in the same tick must at some point have the same function (normal, R1 or R2) and thus a volume that is regulated in the same way across the junction.
Section 239. Used one of the following signal characters: 1) ' Go ' has the same meaning as ' green ' in pedestrian signals and must consist of lydimpulser of 200 millisecond duration for every 400 milliseconds.
2) ' wait ' has the same meaning as ' red ' in pedestrian signals and must consist of lydimpulser of 400 millisecond duration for every 2000 milliseconds.
(2). The indicated times must be observed with a tolerance of 5%.
(3). Lydimpulser for ' go ' and ' wait ' in a signal unit must be placed in a square tone or savtaktone with a basic frequency of 880 Hz ± 2%.
section 240. The volume must be constant throughout the duration of the lydimpulsens, except the effect of the automatic volume control.
section 241. Lydimpulserne under ' go ' and ' wait ' must have the same strength in relation to the ambient noise level.
section 242. ' Go ' can only sounds when at the same time is green in the corresponding pedestrian signal.
section 243. There must always be at a pedestrian crossing with directional arrow signal unit. The dismantled, if lydgiveren be out of operation for a longer period of time.
section 244. Directional arrow is placed immediately at lydgiveren in the same stand as this at a height of 1.0-1.2 m above the terrain and on the side of the stand, which is facing against the zebra crossing. The stand must have a height of not less than 1.3 m above the terrain.
section 245. Direction arrow shall be designed in a raised relief in a horizontal ground surface. The relief is edges must be sharp and side surfaces are vertical or nearly vertical.
Figure 10. Retningspil
Stk. 2. The arrow must know the relief surface be 100-150 mm long and 6-9 mm wide. Emboss height must be 4-6 mm, see Figure 10.
(3). The arrowhead is built up by 1 or 2 buds in further raised relief. The length of a knob must be 7-10 mm at its surface and the need to fill the entire width of the arrow. If there are 2 buds, they must be of a kind and have a distance of 1.5-1.7 times their length. Emboss height must be 1.5-1.7 times the height, measured above the ground surface relief.
(4). The horizontal support surface shall be such that the arrow does not protrude outside it.
section 246. Direction arrow will be set, so the tip is pointing toward the traffic lane or bike path in pedestrian field's direction.
(2). The direction in the horizontal plane shall be after the Setup could be informed after pedestrian field's direction with an accuracy of better than 2.5 °.
section 247. Arrow 1 knob must be used where the associated signal unit applies for crossing over to the sidewalk.
(2). Arrow 2 buds must be used where the associated signal unit applies to crossing over to helle or discount, and where there is therefore at this more a signal unit or discount SCARA, applicable for the further passage.
Push button for the blind
§ 248. Push button for the blind will be set immediately at each direction arrow at the pedestrian crossing in question or delfodgængerfelt.
section 249. Push button for the blind does not replace any push buttons to review of pedestrians.
section 250. Push button for the blind is placed on a vertical surface under and beside the substrate surface and on the side of the arrow, which is facing against the stand, the arrow is keen on. The distance from arrow to the pushbutton must not exceed 14 cm, measured clear of obstacles.
(2). The horizontal distance from the push button for the blind for signal stand must be 40-60 mm.
§ 251. Push button works in such a way that the constant impression button does not provide constant review.
Y. Lane Signals
section 252. Y 17 Lane signal is used to regulate the traffic direction of reversible lanes. Car courses afstribes with double warning lines.
(2). Lane signal used in addition to direct traffic into specific lanes or stop it.
(3). Works with lane signals must be approved by the Danish road Directorate, in accordance with article 3. However, paragraph 4.
(4). On the main roads to installations with lane signals shall be approved by the Ministry of Transport.
Z. Flashing Signals
Z 72 Red flashing signal
section 253. Z 72.2 Red flashes signal by rail overkørsler must be used according to rules laid down by public transport.
§ 254. By opening bridges to be used two flashing red lights, see. Z 72.1 are placed next to each other and alternately turns on and off.
Section 255. Other use of Red flashes signal than specified in §§ 253 and 254 shall be approved by the Danish road Directorate, in accordance with article 3. However, paragraph 2.
(2). The Ministry of transport may approve that the Danish road Directorate uses red flashes signal in any way other than specified in §§ 253 and 254.
Z 95 Blue blink signal
section 256. Outside closer developed area must be set approx. 200 m 95 Z in front of danger spot.
(2). If there is only one signal available, it must on roads with two-way traffic set up immediately by danger spot so that it can be seen from both directions.
Title III Directional boards section 257. There should be continuity in the directions. This means that the vejvisningsmål, which again is shown on a Tablet, must appear on all subsequent boards of this category on the route until the goal is reached.
(2). Directions in an intersection must be unique. There must not, therefore, in a cross-vejvises to the same targets in two directions, unless the directions indicate that the two vejvisninger are turning to different road users.
(3). If there are service symbols on boards, must be in accordance with the direction of movement of the icons, the vejviste direction, see. However, paragraph 4.
(4). By ligeudvejvisning-directional symbol, however, left. M 12 airport informed upwards.
(5). There is inserted more than one service symbol on a Blackboard, they used symbols have the same height.
Definitions for directions
Section 258. For the purposes of this title: 1) common roads: Roads that are not motorways.
2) Plain servicevejvisning: Directions that meet drivers ' primary need directions to the target service.
3) Special servicevejvisning: Directions to businesses in the open country, where directions are subject to special payment rules.
4) information boards: map of an area with service information, etc. the card set up on parking lots, picnic areas or similar places.
5) Fjernmål: are the target of major importance such as important transport hubs or major cities located on or by route or in the route's extension.
6) Nærmål: Are other important goals that characterize transportation route.
7) Lokalmål: Is target located on or by the route of such traffic importance, that it is reasonable to use them as vejvisningsmål even though they are not remote or nærmål.
8) Motion disabled: people with decreased ability to move about on foot, e.g. persons with paralysis, poor balance, amputations, arthritis, as well as heart, lung and circulatory disorders.
9) visually impaired: Persons who are blind or visually impaired.
Definitions of parking
section 259. For the purposes of this title: 1) Public parking lots: parking spaces in public vejarealer.
2 Private parking spaces): publicly accessible parking spaces on private property in association with shopping malls, companies, in parking garages, and the like.
3) Parkeringsvejvisning: Directions to public and private parking spaces, see. Nr. 1 and 2.
4) Parking system: Stationary and dynamic systems that guide road users to available parking spaces: a) Stationary systems consist of ordinary solid boards.
b) dynamical systems consists of variable message signs.
Chapter 9 Geographical directions on ordinary roads Selection of vejvisningsmål on common roads
section 260. Remote targets divides the route into sections, and there must not be a section within the nærmål, which is located after the nearest fjernmål.
(2). Similar divides nærmålene in paragraph 1, the said section in subdivisions, and there must not be indicated within these lokalmål that are located after the nearest nærmål.
Section 261. On roads with route numbers must be on the Guide signs only appear the objectives contained in the Remote and nærmåls catalog, see. circular on route numbering of the Danish road network and revamp of the main road network. Remote-and nærmåls catalog can be viewed on the Danish road Directorate website. Use of other objectives must be approved by the Danish road Directorate.
Directional tavlers design and font
§ 262. On ordinary roads is the used font sizes (Cap Heights) as follows: 1) 101 mm.
2) 120 mm.
3) 143 mm.
4) 170 mm.
5) 202 mm.
6) 240 mm.
Directional tavlers surface
section 263. -Reflective boards used for material type 3 of the basic regulation. Annex 1 to the bottom, frame and white text, while for red, blue and black lettering or symbols used material type 2.
(2). The Guide boards on the roads will be used for material type 2.
(3). To grey portal boards used material type 4, in accordance with article 3. Annex 1.
(4). Pilvejvisere is used for material type 3 of the basic regulation. section 274.
(5). Road signs placed in the directional signs shall be carried out with material type and colors, as stated in Chapter 2 of the Ordinance on road markings and Chapter 5 of this Ordinance.
(6). For route numbers L 41-44 used material type 4.
Directional tavlers location
section 264. Directional signs should not be placed in the portfolio areas, so that they hinder the free list.
section 265. The distance from the edge of the carriageway to the nearest point of the tablet or stand shall not be less than 0.5 meters.
(2). The distance from the edge of the bike-and fællessti to the nearest point of the tablet or stand shall not be less than 0.3 metres; this distance may be reduced if there are road equipment closer to the edge, and Tablet stand do not qualify for more appropriate, e.g. in the trailing edge of the sidewalk.
(3). Directional signs, apart from pilvejvisere, see. section 271 must be set at least 1.0 m above the road level. Over the cycle track to the height for Tablet underkant be at least 2.3 m and over the walkway at least 2.2 m.
Such Directories on ordinary roads and paths
§ 266. On the table directories and exits the signposts to a service Board that has linked to a name, it is placed in front of the name, but after a possible route number associated with the name.
§ 267. On directories on ordinary roads may only be used following road signs: 1) E 33 Parking, 2) E 42 motorway or 3) E 43 Expressway.
section 268. Distance to the vejvisningsmål be specified in whole km without mileage designation referred to in article 6. However, paragraph 2.
(2). By directions on trails can distance indicated with one decimal place.
F 11-F 14 Pilvejvisere, F Servicevejvisning and F 33 30 Special Parking guides
section 269. On pilvejvisere to the route number is placed in the root of the directory.
section 270. At pilvejvisere, any service Board is placed in the root of the directory.
(2). There is also a directory on flight number, this however is placed closest to the root.
§ 271. Where pilvejvisere can generate overview in intersection, must account for over the edge at pilvejviser, including gallows, not exceed 0.9 m from the surface of the roadway.
(2). Pilvejvisere over each other to display in the same direction and be of equal length.
§ 272. Pilvejvisere, where name and distance is replaced by a horizontal line used: 1) where the route number alone might be considered adequate directions, 2) where there is a need for reference to a numbered road, Route 3) on directories for service installations, when a number of symbols are combined into a signpost or 4) on the yellow/black diversion in directories.
section 273. F 11 may only be used for geographical objectives as well as for terminals, such as ports, airports and the like.
section 274. (F) 12 may only be used as the directions in which it is assumed that you want to run along the highway to get to the goal. F 12 pilvejvisere must be carried out with material type 3 of the basic regulation. Annex 1.
section 275. F 13 shall be used only for General servicevejvisning.
section 276. (F) 30 may only be used for special servicevejvisning.
section 277. Such directories should only be used by 33 Parking directions for parking.
F 16 Exit signpost
§ 278. Exit directories are special directories, which may only be used on roads where there to the crossing or afgrenede road is a junction with the braking track so that road users can run from the without significant reduction of speed.
section 279. Exit directories must be placed immediately at the frakørslens wedge tip, where the road user can start to pull out in off-course.
section 280. At the exit the signposts must not be specified distances.
(2). At the exit the signposts to a service Board that has linked to a name, it is placed in front of the name, but after a possible route number associated with the name.
F 18 Table directory
section 281. On the table directories to be directional targets for each way are placed on opposite deltavle. Directions, which assumes drive along Highway, should be placed on a separate deltavle with green base colour.
(2). Deltavlen with directions straight ahead to be placed at the top, and the driving direction is displayed in a vertical, upward arrow to the left of the Board.
(3). Deltavlen with directions to the left should be placed below it, and the oscillations shown by a horizontal arrow pointing to the left side of the Board.
(4). Deltavlen with the directions to the right should be placed at the bottom, and the oscillations shown by a horizontal arrow to the right of the Blackboard.
(5). Other deltavler as well as deltavler with temporary directions shall be placed together with other directions in the same direction.
(6). Within each directional orientation set up possible directions to highways at the top, then follows the other geographical directions and then servicevejvisning.
§ 282. Route numbers and traffic signs must be placed in front of the directional goal. Distances on table directories must be specified after directional goal.
§ 283. Where directions along Highway only include specifying a route number, without specifying the location, the route number and the motorway symbol is performed as a green delfelt arranged in the white/red head field for that direction.
section 284. In the cross, in which the indmundende roads on each side of the through-road is offset from each other more than the width of the carriageway, the table directories are not used.
G. Orientation Boards
section 285. Servicevejvisning may not be used on the Guide signs, apart from directions with M 9 Container Port, M 11 M 12 Ferry, airport, Railway station, 13 M 14 M bus terminus, M 15 Transport Centre, M 16 Parks and travel, M 21 first aid, M 52.1 local attraction, M 52.2 National landmark, M 53 UNESCO World Heritage monument, M 54 National park, M 57 industrial area and M 61 Information.
(2). In special cases, M 31 campsite, Camping cabins, 33 M 41 M hostels and M 42 Hotel used the chart orientation boards in roundabouts.
§ 286. Warning signs (A-boards), yield signs (B tables), instruction panels (D-boards), as well as ban the boards 51-C 62 C must never be used on guide signs.
G 11 Portal orientation boards
§ 287. The Guide boards may only be used on portal: 1) C 21-C 26 and UC 23,
2) C 31-43 C, 3) C 92, 4) E 22, 5) E 33, 6) E 42-E 43, 7) E 49, 8) E E 53, 51, 9) 10) E 68, 11) M 9, 12) M 11-M 16, 13) M 21, 14) M 52-54, 15 M) M 57 and 16) M 61.
§ 288. Road users driving straight through the junction should be displayed by the upside arrows, while the oscillation appears at broken arrow.
(2). Arrows in paragraph 1 should be placed next to the directional objectives.
(3). Where a broken arrow may give rise to road users varies too early, can be applied downward arrows (lane arrows).
§ 289. G 11 Portal orientation Board shall be posted at the beginning of the intersection staging area in a cross section, where any swing courses have more than 2/3 of their full width. There hung a whiteboard (whiteboard field) for each of the outgoing routes from the junction. However, boards for less important roads are omitted.
section 290. Portal signs and their suspension construction must be positioned so that the design does not restrict the normal free height for the road.
G 14 Chart guide Board
§ 291. The chart in G 14 shall not have the character of a road map.
(2). On the chart the road run on, start at the bottom of the Board, and the chart at this location are rendered vertically.
(3). The chart must not conflict with the priority conditions. On roads with unconditional rights of way are displayed the way that has giving way, with a narrower line than primary road.
(4). At roundabouts and junctions where rights of way not desired shown, the diagram appears with equal thickness lines.
(5). There must be no more than one roundabout on a chart the orientation Board.
§ 292. Chart orientation boards must be set in the right side of the road and can possibly be duplicated on the left side.
(G) 18 Table guide Board
§ 293. G 18 must not be used on road signs, apart from E 33 Parking, E 42 Motorway and E 43 Expressway.
§ 294. On the directional objectives for 18 G each way are placed on opposite deltavle. Directions, which assumes drive along Highway, should be placed on a separate deltavle with green base colour.
(2). Deltavlen with directions straight ahead to be placed at the top, and the driving direction is displayed in a vertical, upward arrow to the left of the Board.
(3). Deltavlen with directions to the left should be placed below it, and the oscillations shown by a broken arrow to the left of the Board.
(4). Deltavlen with the directions to the right should be placed at the bottom, and the oscillations shown by a broken arrow to the right of the Blackboard.
(5). Within each directional orientation set up possible directions to highways at the top, then follows the other geographical directions and then servicevejvisning.
§ 295. G 18 must not be used before continued junctions and roundabouts.
H. Spacer and place boards on ordinary roads and paths
section 296. The distance from the Setup place for Blackboard (H) 41 to the objectives must be stated in whole km turn right for these.
section 297. The road is part of the numbered route network, the routing number or routing numbers are placed at the top of the Board.
H 42 Shared spacer plate
§ 298. Is set out on a route numbered 42 H road, route number must be indicated at the top of the top field of play.
section 299. Route numbers, which only has effect from the junction and beyond, must appear as the referrer numbers in the dotted frame at the top of their respective fields.
H 45 Place Tablet
§ 300. On H 45 Place Tablet may only specify the name of the locality, the Board must disclose.
(2). Place boards should be placed in the right side of the road immediately before the site, the Board must inform about.
(3). Versal height must not exceed 170 mm.
H 46 Regions cross Tablet
§ 301. H 46 may only be used on state roads.
(2). The regions border signs be placed immediately on or by regions on the border.
(3). The regions border panels must not be hung over the roadway.
(4). The boards must not be clarified separately.
(H) 47 Kommunegrænse Tablet
§ 302. H 47 be placed immediately on or by the municipal boundary.
(2). The boards must not be hung over the roadway.
(3). The boards must not be clarified separately.
(H) 49 the National Park Board
Section 303. H 49 should be placed in the right side of the road just before the national park boundary.
(2). Versal height on the visitors ' Board must not exceed 143 mm.
(3). H 49 shall not be used on highways.
H 51 Land Board
section 304. H 51 be placed immediately on or at the border.
(2). The boards must not be hung over the roadway.
(3). The boards must not be clarified separately.
L. Route Entries
section 305. L 41-L 44 route numbers: flight number must be recorded in the solid framework, if the road on which the directional Board stands, is part of the route in question.
(2). Used solid frame on roads leading to the route, if such ways are so short that they are in the nature of on-ramps or ramp.
(3). The routing number must be entered in the dotted frame (referral code), if the road on which the directional Board stands, leads to the route in question.
(4). At the approaches to the roads with continuous dividing strip to main direction (n, s, island or v) indicate if the remote target is omitted from the place where there is only on-ramp in one direction.
section 306. At E-route numbers to the Green bottom and the white numbers and frame have been exported in type of material 4.
(2). On the primary route numbers to the yellow bottom be carried out with material type 4. The black figures and frames must be diffused reflective (material type 2).
(3). On the secondary route numbers must be performed with the white bottom material type 4. Black figures and frames must be diffused reflective (material type 2).
Directions to expressways
section 307. At all approaches to expressways must motortrafikvejs the symbol E 43 are included on the Guide boards and directories along with the relevant fjernmål or route number.
Directions to motorways
Section 308. At all approaches to the highways to motorway E 42 symbol included on the Guide boards and directories, along with the relevant fjernmål or route number.
(2). The green/white directions with the symbol E 42 motorway to be used most recently in the last intersection where the road user must choose between to continue driving toward its target at regular road or along the highway.
Chapter 10 Geographical directions on motorways (permanent panels) Directional tavlers information on highways
section 309. Vejvisningsmål, exit numbers and names, and the naming of the motorway junction shall be approved by the Danish road Directorate.
(2). Directional signs shall not contain more than 4 vejvisningsmål.
Directional tavlers size and appearance
§ 310. On highways with speed greater than 90 km/h must be minimum height 285 mm. writing It shall not, however, apply in writing to the service boards.
(2). In addition, the following font size (versal height): 1) 340 mm.
2) 405 mm.
3) 480 mm.
4) 570 mm.
Directional tavlers surfaces
section 311. Vejtavle-reflective material must be strongly on the entire Board surface (material type 4), and any black symbols must be diffused reflective (material type 2).
(2). The boards can be carried out as from within illuminated signs.
Directional tavlers location
Section 312. The distance from the edge of the carriageway or edge of an emergency lane to the nearest point of the tablet or stand shall not be less than 1.0 metres.
(2). The height from the road edge to lower edge on boards beside the roadway must be at least 2.2 m.
section 313. In connection with motorway junction and the route exits to be directional signs hung over the roadway (portal boards).
(2). Under portal tables must have an area of at least 4.5 m, which is free for solid objects (structure gauge).
Road signs on directional signs
Section 314. The following signs may not be used in directional boards: 1) A – warning signs.
2) B – Yield tables.
3) C – Prohibition panels: C 11.1 right turn prohibited for C 22.2 motorcycle prohibited, C and 24.1 Tractor engine tool banned for C 26.2 Pedestrians prohibited and C 51 Overtaking prohibited for C 62 Parking prohibited.
4) D – Order boards.
5) E – Information boards, with the exception of the E 42 Motorway, E 22.1 recommended route for trucks and E 22.2 recommended route for vehicles carrying dangerous goods.
(2). On a stretch of road where there are restrictions on the weight or dimension, and the road user cannot avoid these if directional tavlernes instructions are followed, can ban the boards (C) 31 Total weight for C 43 slængde used on Vehicle directional boards in 11 Exit signpost 0-m 18 1500 m away from the tablet in tablet in motorway junction as well as lane and the Guide boards J 11 Designated lanes to J 13 Chart orientation Board for motorways.
(3). On directional signs at the terminals and border crossing points, the following signs are used: 1) C 23.1 Truck prohibited.
2) C 23.2 Bus prohibited.
3) C 23.3 Drive with dangerous goods prohibited.
4) C 92 Passage without stopping prohibited.
5) E 22.1 recommended route for trucks.
6) E 22.2 recommended route for vehicles carrying dangerous goods.
I. Directions and location on Highway
§ 315. When in 11 Exit signpost 0-m Board placed beside the roadway, it must be placed in the vejtværsnit, where the off-pitch begins, or as short as possible before this point.
(2). When in 11 Exit signpost 0-m Board is used as a portal to the Tablet hung over off-course in the cross section, where off-course established in full width.
(3). Where the exit is 2-lane, portal boards placed in the cross section, where the first track established in full width.
In 11 of 12 and 13 Exit signs for exits to the General road network
§ 316. On 11, 12 and 13 may not be specified distances to geographical objectives or the target service outside of the highway.
section 317. On in 12 500-metres away from the Tablet must be set only objectives which also set on 0-m Board.
Section 318. Exit at route 13 1500-m must be on in off-Board, set up as the portal Board, do not specify directions for other targets outside the motorway than fjernmål for the route, which leaves the highway.
In 16, 17 and 18 in away from the boards for connection systems for other highway
section 319. In 16, 17 and 18 in away from the boards for connection systems for other highway must always be supplemented by a Board J 11 Designated lanes hung to the left of the off-board.
In 20 motorway junction
section 320. There may not be specified other names for 20 than motorway intersection name.
J. Lane and the Guide signs on Highway
section 321. (J) 11-boards for two highway branches may not be offset against each other in the way's longitudinal direction.
J 12 Forvarsling of lane-courses
Section 322. (J) 12-switchboards must be carried out in such a way that the lower part of the arrows, illustrating the cart cars begins vertically.
(J) 13 Chart orientation Board for motorways
Section 323. (J) 13-boards must be carried out in such a way that the lower part of the arrows illustrating car cars, starts vertically.
K. Confirmation and distance signs on motorways
section 324. K 12 Spacer plate: For specification of vejvisningsmål on distance signs shall be as follows: 1) Has more motorway route numbers and several fjernmål, all route numbers and fjernmål is specified.
2) for a route set two consecutive fjernmål.
3) can be specified multiple fjernmål for a route that leaves the freeway.
4) that can be set near major nærmål, located in the immediate vicinity of the highway, where traffic justified.
5) No targets specified on the spacer plate, must be omitted in subsequent spatial tables, before the goal is reached.
6) next exit or motorway junction may not be specified on spatial tables.
Chapter 11 Parkeringsvejvisning section 325. On public roads and at the private common roads must only vejvises for parking with E F 33 33 Parking or Parking directories.
(2). There must be no vejvises for parking lots that do not have public access.
Section 326. There may not be specified temporal restrictions on F 33 Car locators.
Section 327. Logo shall not be used on car directories, see. road traffic law § 99 paragraph 2.
Parking search systems
section 328. On the directional signs in connection with car search systems can be set with the text name of the parking lot.
Section 329. On variable directional signs to parking spaces to the variable message is specified as ' Free ', ' Busy ', ' Closed ', or as the number of free seats. The message must be provided with luminous white text on a black background.
Chapter 12 Servicevejvisning on ordinary roads Purposes
section 330. Servicevejvisning aims to vejvise to non-geographic objectives, as attractions, accommodations, businesses and the like.
section 331. Servicevejvisning includes regular servicevejvisning, special servicevejvisning and information boards.
§ 332. Municipal boards of decisions relating to General and special servicevejvisning on ordinary roads can be appealed to the Danish road Directorate with regard to legal issues, see. law on public roads, § 4, paragraph 1, and law on private common roads section 87 (2), as well as the Executive order on the Danish road Directorate functions and powers section 6 (1). 1 and 2.
(2). Complaint deadline is 4 weeks from the day the decision is notifies the, see. section 4, paragraph 3, of the law on public roads, and section 87, paragraph 4, of the law on private common roads.
(3). Decisions of the Danish road Directorate in accordance with paragraph 1 may not be referred to the Secretary of State, see. section 6, paragraph 2, of the Ordinance on the Danish road Directorate functions and powers.
§ 333. Danish road Directorate decisions as vejbestyrelse relating to facts which are subject to the provisions of this chapter, can be appealed to the Ministry of Transport.
Ordinary servicevejvisning on ordinary roads
§ 334. General servicevejvisning estate and must be justified.
section 335. Service boards carried out with material type 3 of the basic regulation. However, paragraphs 2 and 3.
(2). Where service boards used on portal boards used material type 4.
(3). Black symbols shall be carried out with material type 2.
(4). On boards with blue or green bottom must service the boards is performed without blue rim, and the white mainstream society including symbol is performed in normal size.
section 336. Servicevejvisning must be carried out by service symbols rather than text, see. However, sections 346, 347 and 349.
section 337. From expressways, only vejvises to the target service, which is open all year.
Terminalmål for General servicevejvisning
section 338. By directions for container ports, ferries and airports to be used to service the symbols M 9 Container Port, M 11 M 12 ferry and airport.
(2). For container ports, car ferry ports and airports can vejvises from the nearest route numbered road, or as specified in the remote and nærmåls catalog, see. circular on route numbering of the Danish road network and revamp of the main road network. Remote-and nærmåls the catalogue is available on the Danish road Directorate website.
(3). For a car ferry port vejvises with the geographical name on afgangsby without bilfærgens M 11 Ferry, until this is achieved.
(4). In bilfærgens afgangsby can vejvises to bilfærgens destination.
(5). Directions to the ferries only operate the cycling and walking should be done with M 10 Ferry for cyclists and pedestrians.
§ 339. To transport hubs can be vejvises from the nearest route numbered road.
(2). M 15 Transport Centre shall be supplemented by the text ' Transport Centre ' and possibly a geographical name.
Public and private institutions and enterprises – common servicevejvisning
section 340. When the traffic is justified, without prejudice. section 334, may vejvises with the text to the following objectives: 1) Universal institutions and facilities (hospitals, schools, sports/sports facilities and the like).
2) Cultural institutions (cultural houses, halls, theatres and similar).
3) Public offices and service functions.
4) industrial areas.
5) Public and private companies.
(2). There may be vejvises with M 21 first aid to the 24-hour emergency rooms, which can provide first aid.
§ 341. When vejvises to public companies, including institutions, vejvises with white/blue signpost.
(2). Directions to industrial areas will happen with Tablet M 57 service industrial area. The industrial area has a name, this is listed with white/blue signposts along with M 57.
(3). When vejvises to obey located within closer developed area, and service the objective is of major interest to non local known road users, can it be done from the nearest major road.
(4). When vejvises to public companies and institutions located outside closer developed area, and these are of major interest to non local known road users, can it be done from the nearest route numbered road.
(5). When vejvises to larger private companies located outside closer developed area, it can be done from the nearest route numbered road.
Overnatningsmål by plain servicevejvisning
section 342. Who can vejvises to cabins with day to day rental, campsite, as well as for hostel, hotel, Inn or motel.
(2). To the following objectives vejvises with service panels or with a number of service symbols assembled in a white/blue route directory or directory: table 1) M 31 campsite.
2) M 32 campsite for motorhomes.
3) M 33 Camping cabins.
4) M 41 hostels.
5) M 42 Hotel.
§ 343. Service Board M 31 campsite, M 32 campsite for motorhomes and M 33 Camping cabins may be used only in connection with campsites or cabins, where it has been documented that at least meets nature agency» Camping regulations '.
(2). M 32 campsite for motorhomes, however, can also be used in larger cities such as directions to the sites, where accommodation with campers are allowed.
§ 344. Service Board M 41 hostels may be used only in connection with hostels, where it is proven that they, as a minimum, meet the quality requirements set by the third party.
§ 345. Service Board M 42 Hotel may be used only in connection with hotel, Inn or motel, which comply with the provisions of the law on catering and hotel business, etc.., and which has more than 3 bedrooms with a total of more than 8 sleeping places. It must be documented that the requirements referred to in 1. paragraph are met.
section 346. Within closer developed area must be entered only on the overnatningsmål name directories, if there are multiple overnatningsmål of the same type in the city in the immediate vicinity of each other, and if vejbestyrelsen establishes a coherent directions to overnatningsmål.
section 347. Outside closer developed area lodging must be entered only where the goal's name in a junction vejvises to the same type of accommodation in several directions.
§ 348. To overnatningsmål can be vejvises from the nearest route numbered road.
Leisure and tourist destinations by plain servicevejvisning
section 349. Servicevejvisning with text may only be made to the following objectives: 1) Bathing spots.
2) Larger recreational goals (wilderness areas, national parks, recreation and tourism facilities, etc.).
3) Significant sights and tourist attractions.
§ 350. Directions for outdoor bathing places may only take place with the service Board M 35 seaside resort, while the directions for indoor bathing spots may only be done with service Board M 35 bathing site with tagsymbol.
Section 351. When vejvises to seaside resorts located within closer developed area, can be vejvises at the entrance to the bathing place or at the nearest major road.
(2). When vejvises to seaside resorts situated outside closer developed area, which vejvises from the nearest major road specified in the mapping agency's map in scale 1:200 000. The map can be found on the Danish road Directorate website.
Section 352. When vejvises to churches located within closer developed area, can be vejvises from the nearest major road.
(2). When vejvises to churches located outside closer developed area, can be vejvises from the nearest major road specified in the mapping agency's map in scale 1:200 000. The map can be found on the Danish road Directorate website.
section 353. Service Board M 36 Golf course may only be used in connection with golf courses, which are open every day of the season, for both members and non members.
(2). To golf course and fishing Lake can be vejvises from the nearest major road, specified at the mapping agency's map in scale 1:200 000. The map can be found on the Danish road Directorate website.
§ 354. Service Board M 37 fishing Lake (Put and Take) may only be made where there is a possibility to fish without public fishing license.
(2). The owner of the fishing Lake must demonstrate to the satisfaction of vejbestyrelsen fish Lake, as a minimum, meet the following quality requirements: 1) fishing Lake must be approved in accordance with applicable law.
2) must be at least 2 000 m2 large Lake with a depth of at least 1.5 m.
3) There must be postponed at least 1.5 kg of fish per sold 8 hours of map/day cards.
4) cleaning area with running water and collection of wastes in closed container.
5) there must be waste racks.
6) there must be access to the toilet.
7) there must be proper, with smooth coating, which can be used without difficulty throughout the opening hours.
8) There must be sufficient parking facilities.
9) must be set up a weather-resistant information board, as in Danish, English and German, informs about opening hours (which months, what days of the week and what times of day), as well as on species at risk and the price for the purchase of fishing permits (day and hour map).
10) there must be a phone with clear opening on number on supervision and emergency number by lakes, which are not served personally throughout opening hours. Supervision should in such cases be contactable by telephone throughout the opening hours.
§ 355. Service symbol M 52.1 local attraction must be used only in connection with the sites and attractions of the high quality and great public interest regulation. (2).
(2). Marking of the basic regulation. (1) assumes that the vejbestyrelsen or vejmyndigheden is documented, that attraction or attraction, as a minimum, meet the following quality requirements: 1) it must be of interest to a wide audience. This must be documented by an indication of the number of visitors or materials describing places's or attraktionens experience value for both the Danish population and for foreign tourists.
2) it should at least be open to the public 5 hours per day, 5 days per week in the period 1. May to 30. September.
3) to be in close association with the be set up an information board where it on Danish, English and German will be informed, in which months, days and hours the public has access to it. It does not however apply to natural areas, archaeological sites and the like with unlimited access. The information Board shall also include a description of the places of attraktionens art and nature or's. For admission-related sights or attractions must also be informed about current prices.
4) it should appear well cared for and well maintained.
5) there must be an access road with a smooth coating to it.
section 356. Service symbol M 52.2 National landmark must only be used for sights and attractions, which has a special cultural history, naturmæssig or experiential value at national or international level.
(2). Servicevejvisning with M 52.2 National landmark must only take place with the Danish road Directorate approval upon the recommendation of the National Board of Culture, and nature agency VisitDenmark.
(3). Attraction or attraction shall meet the following quality requirements: 1) it must have a very special quality and experiential value, which means that it can be characterized as ' significant attraction of the 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 should at least be open 5 hours per day, 5 days a week.
4) to be in close association with the be set up an information board where it on Danish, English and German will be informed, in which months, days and hours the public has access to it. It does not however apply to natural areas, archaeological sites and the like with unlimited access. The information Board shall also include a description of the nature and nature attractions. For admission-related sights or attractions, must also be informed about current prices.
5) it must appear well cared for and well maintained.
6) there must be an access road with a smooth coating to it.
7) There must be sufficient parking facilities in its vicinity.
§ 357. Servicevejvisning with M 53 UNESCO World Heritage monument may only be used with the Danish road Directorate approval upon the recommendation of the Cultural Agency.
§ 358. Service symbol M 54 National park must be used only for national parks, designated in accordance with the applicable law on national parks.
§ 359. When vejvises with M 52.1 to local attractions located within closer developed area, can be vejvises from the entrance to the attraction.
(2). When vejvises with M 52.1 to local attractions, sights, tourist attractions and major recreational target located outside closer developed area, can be vejvises from the nearest major road, specified at the mapping agency's map in målstok 1:200,000. The map can be found on the Danish road Directorate website (3). When vejvises with M and M 53 located within closer 52.2 developed area, can be vejvises from the nearest ring road or greater overall road.
(4). When vejvises with M and M 53 located outside closer 52.2 developed area, can be vejvises from the nearest route numbered road.
section 360. When vejvises with M 54 for national parks, may vejvises from the nearest route numbered road or as specified in the remote and nærmåls catalog, see. circular on route numbering of the Danish road network and revamp of the main road network. Remote-and nærmåls the catalogue is available on the Danish road Directorate website.
Other goals by plain servicevejvisning
§ 361. To the following objectives may be vejvises with service panels or with one or more minor service boards assembled in a white/blue route directory or table directory: 1) post office.
3) Garage and the like.
4) storage tanks.
5) rest area.
space for Emptying chemical toilets) 9.
10) tourist information.
§ 362. To the post office, including record stores with the same function as the post office, can vejvises with service Board M 17.
(2). To the post office, including record stores, can be vejvises from the nearest major road.
§ 363. Service Board M 23 workshop may only be used in areas where workshops are rare, and only in conjunction with workshops that are difficult to observe from the path that the Board set up by.
§ 364. Service Board M 24 Tank installations may only be used if: 1) there are tanks with fuel for all vehicle types, commonly found 2) that can be purchased fuel 24 hours a day, and 3) tank plant is not immediately visible from the road, which will be set by the Board.
(2). The condition set out in paragraph 1, no. 3, may, however, be waived where the tank plant is located so that users see the tank plant so late that they can be expected to react to the danger to other road users.
(3). For petrol stations or repair shop located outside closer developed area can be vejvises from the nearest route numbered road, if tank facility or workshop are located within 1 km from the route numbered road.
§ 365. Directions to the picnic area equipped with tables and seats, must only be carried out with service Board M 34 rest area.
(2). Other coves and parking spaces should be marked with E 33 Parking.
(3). To the rest area, located in a side road close to a parent path can be vejvises from the parent route.
section 366. Service Board M 43 Restaurant may be used only in connection with restaurants, where every day is an indoor serving of at least 2 main meals.
§ 367. Tablet M 45 Cafeteria service is used to indicate that there is a serving of simpler meals such as coffee, tea and sandwiches.
(2). There must be the opportunity to enjoy the meal indoors and to sit down and put the plate, glass or similar.
(3). The Board must not be used if there are already marked with service Board M 43 Restaurant.
Section 368. For restaurants located outside closer developed area may be vejvises with M 43 and 45 M from the nearest major road, marked on the Map and Cadastre Agency's map in scale 1:200 000. The map can be found on the Danish road Directorate website.
§ 369. Service Board M 46 WC may only be used to indicate toilet or tørkloset.
(2). If the toilet is designed for people with disabilities, should the Board be provided with handicap symbol.
§ 370. Service Board M 47 Emptying of chemical toilets may be used only at rest areas, where there are possibilities for emptying chemical toilets through a well on the square.
§ 371. Directions with M 46 W and M 47 emptying of chemical toilets can happen at the entrance to the picnic area.
section 372. Service Board M 61 information Board shall be used to indicate that, at car parks, lay-bys or similar is found information board or other similar information.
(2). Service Board M 61 must be set up at the entrance to the picnic area.
§ 373. Service Board M 61 with tagsymbol may be used only after consultation with the Danish Tourism promoted the approval system. If granted nationwide tourist information and service, can be entered the text "Office" on a SubPanel.
(2). When M 61 is used to indicate an indoor manned information can be set up at the nearest major road, where vejbestyrelsen find it required.
Information boards at the General servicevejvising
section 374. On information boards, there must be a clear indication of where the road user is located.
(2). Information tavlers information must not be contrary to established directions.
(3). On information boards must route numbered roads shall be marked with route numbers.
(4). On information boards may use only approved service signs (symbols).
Special servicevejvisning on ordinary roads
Common provisions for special servicevejvisning
§ 375. Special servicevejvisning must not be traffic justified.
§ 376. Special servicevejvisning can only be set up on ordinary roads, there also are public roads.
Establishment of special servicevejvisning
§ 377. There can only be established special servicevejvisning for companies who are located in the rural area or outside closer developed area, inscribed with the E 55 Closer developed area.
(2). There can, however, vejvises with symbol of convenience stores at the entrance to villages with population less than 1000 inhabitants.
(3). There can not set up special servicevejvisning in urban areas, unless the only or the nearest way to the firm through an intersection in the city zone.
Section 378. Who can vejvises from the nearest major road, where all road users have access, see. Mapping Agency's map in scale 1:200 000. The map can be found on the Danish road Directorate website.
(2). Who can not vejvises from the expressways.
section 379. Special servicevejvisning must not be set in more complicated junctions, as have the swing path and a reinforced directions with table directories.
(2). Special servicevejvisning may not forvarsles.
Application of special servicevejvisning
section 380. There may be vejvises with pilvejviser F 30 or with service boards M 100.1 100.2 or M.
§ 381. Do not use other symbols than those approved for special servicevejvisning of the Danish road Directorate.
(2). If there is a symbol that is approved for special servicevejvisning, this must be used without any additional text.
(3). Symbols used for General servicevejvisning, can not be used for any special servicevejvisning.
(4). Where symbols may not be used shall be stated instead of text for your corporate type. Do not use company's name or logo.
section 382. Text size on pilvejvisere performed a versal height less than the rest of the directions on the directional spot.
(2). There is no existing directions at the junction, performed text size a versal height less than that which is applicable for servicevejvisning, incidentally.
§ 383. On pilvejviseren set distance in whole kilometres from directional spot the target.
section 384. When vejvises to businesses in the open country, there must be vejvist to a maximum of four vejvisningsmål in an intersection.
Stripping of special servicevejvisning
section 385. Vejbestyrelsen can download the special service view of traffic-related reasons, including where it is necessary under section 384, or if the Board is worn or damaged.
(2). Dismantling of traffic-related reasons shall be communicated to the undertaking in question at least 4 weeks prior to dismantling.
(3). By dismantling that are not part of a replacement, the company offered the opportunity to pick up the download material.
(4). Vejbestyrelsen have a duty to keep the download material for at least one month after it is dismantled.
Payment for administration, construction and operation of special servicevejvisning
§ 386. Vejbestyrelsen can charge for the administration, the establishment and operation of directions for businesses.
(2). Payment, as vejbestyrelsen will charge after §§ 386-391, must not exceed the cost of the scheme for special servicevejvisning.
(3). Vejbestyrelsen must be able to document the costs, which are charged in accordance with §§ 386-391.
Cost of application
§ 387. Vejbestyrelsen can charge for the administration in connection with application for special servicevejvisning.
(2). Administration, see. (1) includes, among other things, registration of the application, obtaining information, assessment of application, including assessment of road and traffic conditions as well as coordination with other vejbestyrelser.
(3). The payment can be charged by the application, and the amount can be determined as an average of vejbestyrelsens administrative expenditure in connection with applications for special servicevejvisning.
(4). The payment is not refundable, even if vejmyndigheden does not approve the application for special servicevejvisning.
Costs of establishment
section 388. Vejbestyrelsen may require that the companies will be allowed to set up special servicevejvisning, must pay all costs associated with the establishment, including the management and administration of procurement, material costs, transportation costs and Setup, etc.
(2). Vejbestyrelsen may require the amount paid before the establishment of the directions will be started.
Costs of dismantling
§ 389. Vejbestyrelsen can charge for all costs associated with dismantling and disposal of it download stock.
(2). Vejbestyrelsen may require the amount paid before the creation and at the same time as the payment under section 388.
Costs for operation and maintenance
section 390. Vejbestyrelsen can charge you for the full cost of operation and maintenance of the Blackboard.
(2). Operation and maintenance includes lawn mowing, ablution of the Board and management in connection with the collection of payment. The collection must be done periodically, such as once yearly, and the amount can be determined as an average of the vejbestyrelsens operating and maintenance expenses in connection with the special servicevejvisning.
section 391. If the Board is damaged or wears away, can vejbestyrelsen charge for all costs associated with the repair or replacement of the Board.
(2). Vejbestyrelsen to repair or replacement of the Board is initiated, inform the Board owner about the impending repair or replacement and ask the owner whether he wants directions Tablet maintained.
Interest and collection letter fee
Section 392. If the payment of the benefits provided in §§ 386-391 is not paid in a timely manner, be attributed to interest rates in accordance with renteloven.
(2). Vejbestyrelsen may require reminder fee of commemorative letters, see. the rules laid down in renteloven of the basic regulation. law on public roads article 6 a, paragraph 1.
(3). If payment is still not paid after at least 2 reminders, can vejbestyrelsen without further notice, depriving the company of the right to special servicevejvisning and download the Blackboard.
Payment for the approval of symbols
§ 393. The Danish road Directorate may charge you for the full cost of the development and approval of new symbols, see. § 381.
Chapter 13 Servicevejvisning on highways Servicevejvisningsmål
§ 394. There may be vejvises to service facilities (e.g. overnatningsmål, restaurants, petrol stations, parking and picnic areas), which is located on the motorway page works.
(2). There can, however, vejvises to overnatningsmål, which is a particularly suitable near the highway, see. § § 398-401.
section 395. Who can vejvises to the terminals, transport centres and 24-hour emergency rooms, see. sections 396 and 402-404.
I, J and K Servicevejvisningstavler
§ 396. On the tablets of Directions and location on motorways, J Lane-and the Guide signs on freeways and K Verification and distance signs on highways must use only the following M Service boards indicating terminals and 24-hour emergency rooms: 1) M 9 Container Port.
2) M 11 Ferry.
3) M 12 airport.
4) M 13 Railway station.
5) M 14 bus terminal.
6) M 16 Parks and travel.
7) M 21 first aid.
(2). There may be vejvises for 24-hour emergency rooms, which may provide relief.
Directions on motorways to the rest areas
§ 397. Service Board M 61 information Board shall be used to indicate that the picnic area is available on the information Board for country or city.
(2). Service Board M 61 with tagsymbol may be used only after consultation with the Danish Tourism promoted the approval system.
(3). The boards must not be configured as a portal boards.
Directions on the highways to overnatningsmål
section 398. There can only vejvises to overnatningsmål, 1) particularly suitable is closer than 1.5 km from the motorway, 2) are open all year and 3) can offer accommodation for individual travellers, or who can devise similar accommodation.
(2). There may be vejvises, if there is also an on-ramp to the highway for traffic in the original direction of traffic.
(3). There vejvises on the self service boards.
(4). Text shall not be used in connection with directions to overnatningsmål.
§ 399. Tablet M 31 campsite may only be used in connection with camp sites, where it is proven that the 1) meets nature agency» Camping regulations ', 2) has at least 100 camping units and 3) can receive guests until 20:00. 18.00. § 400. Tablet M 41 hostels may be used only in connection with particularly suitable hostel, where it has been documented that the 1) fulfils the quality requirements set by Danhostel 2) has at least 40 beds, 3) gives the overnight option to cook or buy breakfast, 4) has at least 20 parking spaces in the immediate attachment to the hostel and 5) can receive guests until 20:00. 18.00. § 401. Tablet M 42 Hotel may be used only in connection with particularly suitable hotel, motel or Inn, where it is proven that it/1) comply with the provisions of the law on catering and hotel business, etc.., 2) is open 24 hours a day throughout the year, 3) have at least 40 beds and 4) have at least 20 parking spaces in the immediate association with the hotel, motel or Inn.
Directions on highways to transport hubs
Section 402. There can only vejvises for transport hubs, 1) located closer than 5 km from the motorway, 2) where the access road is suitable for all approved vehicles, 3) accessible 24 hours a day for all freight transporting vehicle types are allowed to run on the highway, and 4) where there is also an on-ramp to the highway for traffic in the original direction of traffic.
(2). Transport centre shall, Furthermore, 1) have the character of a place or premises where carried out cargo-handling, 2) could handle the goods and vehicles to or from more than one company and 3) be open to other companies and their goods.
section 403. There vejvises with service Board M 15 Transport Centre and the text ' Transport Centre '. Geographical name for the transport centre's location can be specified.
Section 404. From transport centre must be vejvises back to the highway.
Chapter 14 Directions for people with disabilities Vejvisningsmål
§ 405. There may be vejvises for the disabled to buildings and other facilities accessible to persons with disabilities.
(2). Public traffic areas, which have been designed in accordance with functional requirements of vejreglen» Traffic areas for all – Handbook of availability ', section 4, is considered as accessible to people with disabilities. The Handbook is available on the Danish road Directorate website.
(3). Buildings which have been designed in accordance with universally recognized functional requirements as DS 3028:2001 ' Accessibility for all ' (Danish Standard), or equivalent standard is considered as accessible to people with disabilities.
Directions to parking lots with handicap parking
section 406. Directions to parking lots with handicap parking will be done by the use of the E and E 23 33.1 Guide for disability, provided with SubPanel OFF 1.
(2). The boards (E) 33 and E 23 must be 30 x 30 cm or 50 x 50 cm.
(3). On the Blackboard to arrow and direction of travel for wheelchair turning in the same direction.
(4). There may be vejvises for parking lots where there are handicap parking spaces, meeting the requirements of § 188, paragraph 2.
Wheelchair route directions
section 407. Directions for wheelchair users must be done through the use of Tablet E 23 Guidance for invalidity.
(2). On the Blackboard to arrow OUT 1 and direction of travel for wheelchair turning in the same direction.
(3). Under the tables must have the same width as the other boards.
Servicevejvisning for disabled toilets
Section 408. There may be vejvises for disabled toilets with M 46 WC, if: 1) access to the toilet is designed in accordance with functional requirements of vejreglen» Traffic areas for all – Handbook of availability ', paragraph 4, and 2) toilet is designed in accordance with functional requirements of ' Traffic areas for all – Handbook of availability ', section 4.11. The Handbook is available on the Danish road Directorate website.
Directions for visually impaired
Information boards/-dispensers and other information
section 409. Information boards will be available. There must be no planting or similar at the front.
section 410. Tactile information boards will be placed at 45-degree angle to the horizontal.
(2). Tactile information boards should be placed approx. 1.25 m transition area, measured in the middle of the Board.
(3). Other information boards for people with disabilities to be placed 1.25 – 1.60 m transition area.
Chapter 15 Directions for cycling, horseback riding and hiking routes section 411. When servicevejvisning alone caters to cyclists, riding or hikers, stipilvejviser F 21.2 Stipilvejviser used with less service boards and/or service the goal's name.
(2). Less service boards can be inserted on stivejvisere.
Routes and route identification
Section 412. Route marking shall be carried out with stirute boards or stipilvejvisere for cyclists, riding and hikers. In addition, for cyclists used stitabel directories and stidiagram boards.
(2). To be used the same identification on all directional signs which relate to one route. The identification consists solely of white bike, horseback riding or wandering symbol or a combination thereof, on a blue background, as well as the route's number, name or logo. Number and logo set in white frame.
(3). Marking a route with logo, must in each case be approved by the Danish road Directorate. The logo should be white, without prejudice. However, Section 413.
(4). Please indicate more than one route number on the stirute Board, the route numbers are placed one above the other with the lowest number at the top.
European Bicycle and hiking routes
Section 413. European Bicycle and hiking routes can with Danish road Directorate approval marked with logo in colour, arranged under the boards.
National bicycle routes
section 414. National bicycle routes designated, scheduled and modified by the municipalities, as the precursor of.
(2). If the route proceeds along a statsvej designation, planning and change happens in cooperation with the Danish road Directorate.
(3). The establishment of new routes as well as modification and decommissioning of existing routes must be reported to the Danish road Directorate, who occasionally updating map of the routes.
§ 415. A bicycle route may be designated as national cycle route, when 1) route is of national importance, IE. It goes through several regions, and is at least 200 km long, 2) in the absence of a recommendation from the cooperation Committee concerning the Turistvejvisning thereof, 3) route is without blind ends, loops and branches and 4) the route is clearly marked – also in the cities and at the ferry port.
Section 416. North-South routes should be marked with odd numbers, East-westbound with even numbers.
Regional bike routes
§ 417. Regional bicycle routes designated, planned, co-ordinated and modified in cooperation between the municipalities, as the precursor of.
(2). If the route proceeds along a statsvej designation, planning and change happens in cooperation with the Danish road Directorate.
(3). The establishment of new routes as well as modification and decommissioning of existing routes must be reported to the Danish road Directorate, who occasionally updating map of the routes.
section 418. The route number can be supplemented with the route's name in white text on a blue background below the number.
(2). Within a municipality shall not occur more than one regional route with the same flight number.
(3). Routes, which crosses the municipality limits, must have the same number in all municipalities.
(4). The routing number must not be coincident with a nearby pipeline route number, if it is possible for drivers to see both route numbers.
Local bike routes
Section 419. The route number can be supplemented or replaced by the route's name in white text on a blue background, or replaced by a white logo positioned in the same way as number in the frame.
(2). The logo must not be confused with logos for other routes.
(3). Marking a route with logo, must in each case be approved by the Danish road Directorate.
Title IV the entry into force of § 420. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. August 2012.
(2). The following executive orders and circular letter repealed: 1) Bekendtgørelse nr. 783 of 6. July 2006 on the application of road markings.
2) Bekendtgørelse nr. 243 of 10. April 2008 about the service weighing on ordinary roads.
3) Bekendtgørelse nr. 245 of 10. April 2008 on parkeringsvejvisning.
4) Bekendtgørelse nr. 380 of 27. May 2008 about directions on highways.
5) Bekendtgørelse nr. 382 of 27. May 2008 about directions on ordinary roads.
6) Bekendtgørelse nr. 383 of 27. May 2008 about directions for people with disabilities.
7) Bekendtgørelse nr. 841 of 8. September 2009 on directions by bike, horse-riding and hiking trails.
8) circular letter of 22. February 2000 on the use of electronic speed displays.
(3). Until 1 January 2008. August 2022 can (A) 36, N 45 and E 69 is used in accordance with what is laid down in the Decree No. 783 of 6. July 2006 on the application of road markings.
(4). Until 1 January 2008. August 2022 can E 55 and E 56 be placed in accordance with what is laid down in the Decree No. 783 of 6. July 2006 on the application of road markings.
(5). Until 1 January 2008. August 2022 can variable text boards used with luminous yellow text.
(6). Until 1 January 2008. August 2022 lines on paths must be-reflective.
The Danish road Directorate, the 4. July 2012 Per Jacobsen/Birgitte Henriksen
Vejtavlers lighting properties 0. Introduction
This annex contains the definitions that are specifically used for the specification of vejtavlers lighting properties, and it specifies methods of measurement.
Sign installation and vejtavle foils, which are CE marked as-reflective of class RA1 RA2 or according to DS/EN 12899-1:2008 accepted as material types, respectively, 3 or 4 without further testing.
Mikroprismatiske vejtavle foils which are CE marked in accordance with an ETA that shows compliance with the specifications of the material types 3, 4 or 5 on the basis of the test, which is in accordance with the below specify the measurement methods are accepted without further testing.
Type 2 is diffuse reflective material (often called unreflective).
1. Coefficient of retroreflection, material types 3, 4 and 5
A Tablet overflades retroreflection described by coefficient of retroreflection as defined in CIE publication No. 54 (1982)» Retroreflection-definition and measurement '.
Whiteboard material's coefficient of retroreflection must meet or exceed those in tables 1, 2 and 3 values specified when the measurement shall be carried out as specified in this annex.
Angle of divergence α
3.21) 2.21) 0.61) 0.41) 0.21) 0.11) 1) These requirements can be invoked for assemblies, which must necessarily be placed so they must be read at short distance during a large angle. This can for example be the case for pilvejvisere at roundabouts.
. Minimum values for the coefficient of retroreflection (cd/lx)/m2 for Board material type 3 angle of divergence α
Table 2. Minimum values for the coefficient of retroreflection (cd/lx)/m2 for Board material type 4 angle of divergence α
Table 3. Minimum values for the coefficient of retroreflection (cd/lx)/m2 for Board material type 5 For silk printed parts of the coefficient for retroreflection switchboard shall be at least 70% of those in tables 1, 2 and 3 specified values.
Regarding the other definitions refer to DS 704 lighting» Lighting – definitions '.
Coefficient of retroreflection R ' is determined as the ratio between the brightness of the from 1 m2 of the sample back threw light in the direction of observation and illumination (E) perpendicular to the incident light on the sample space:
R ' = I/E (cd/lx)/M2
As the light source to illuminate the sample used standard illuminant A, which represents an auto lamp and have a correlated color temperature of 2856 k. the spectral power distribution is specified in ISO/CIE 10526:1991» Colorimetric illuminants '.
The active parts of the light source, as well as photo meters should form an angle of 5 ± 0.5 & Prime; seen from the test site.
Measurement to be performed on a clean, dry surface.
Measuring the geometry determined by four angles α, β1, β2, and ε which is also defined in the above-mentioned CIE publication No. 54. The four angles are set, as shown in Figure 1.
• The angle α is measured between lighting and measuring direction and is called the angle of divergence.
• The angles β1, β2 is adjusted by turning of the sample in a goniometer for example with two axes and determine together the light's angle β of the sample (the sample shall be measured from the normal to the direction of illumination). The angles are seen therefore as points of view vinklens two components.
• The angle α describes a rotation of the sample around its normal when mounting in goniometeret and is called the angle of rotation.
In a practical driving observation angle (a) depends on the particular situation of the distance to vejtavlen. For a passenger car equivalent values in the range 0.2 ° to 2 ° to distances from ca. 200 m down to approx. 30 m.
Illumination angle β depends on several factors, including the location and possibly vejtavlens. slope or gradient as well as the distance to the road turning, Blackboard. By wisely placed the sign installation occurs rarely values above 15 ° and 30 ° from a long distance in a short distance.
The distribution of the illumination angle β1, β2 components depends on, among other things. by vejtavlens location in vejrummet. Figure 2 shows some situations (a), (b), (c), (d), (e), (f) and (g) of the sign placed next to a straight path, where the values of β1, β2 is shown in table 5. By long distance can all situations occur while the situations (c), (d) and (e) usually does not occur in the short distance (when running ceases the reading of highly placed boards before you get into a short distance). Situations (c), (d) and (e) may, however, occur also in the short distance, if vejtavlen is mounted in a shelter or twisted position.
The value of the rotation angle e is different for the two headlamps and specifies the slope of the plan that includes lamp eye and vejtavle. Values from approximately-45 ° to 45 ° is typical and even greater values occurs if vejtavlen is mounted in a rotated position.
The Whiteboard-reflective materials to the Whiteboard surfaces achieves retroreflection using glass beads or microprisms. All these materials shows the variation of the coefficient of retroreflection of the observation angle a and the illumination angle β.
Bead-based Board materials can generally be thought of as ' non-sensitive ' in the sense of rotation to the coefficient for retroreflection is not depends significantly on how illumination angle β be set using its components, nor of any rotation of the sample.
Mikroprismatiske Board materials, on the other hand, is ' sensitive ' rotation in the above sense, given that the coefficient for retroreflection can vary significantly with each of the four angles.
By measuring the coefficient of retroreflection of ' non-sensitive ' materials, placed the sample rotation without rotation (ε = 0 °) and the angle β be set exclusively by component, β1 (β1 = β, β2 = 0 ° corresponding to situation (d)). ' Non-rotational sensitive "materials included Pearl-based materials, mikroprismatiske materials in those cases where it can be demonstrated that construction ensures this property.
By measuring the coefficient of retroreflection of ' sensitive ' materials, use of rotation ε =-45 °, 0 ° and 45 ° in cases (a), (b), (c), (d), (e), (f) and (g) that is marked with λ in table 4, in that case indicated by selection in parentheses (λ) may be omitted when the material is applied with its thrust vertically upwards on vertical standing boards. The cases used in table 4 are defined by β1, β2 components of the approach (b), as shown in table 5.
In all cases, use setting the rotation angle e to-45 °, 0 ° and 45 °. In addition, the selection of the situations (a), (b), (c), (d), (e), (f) and (g), which may occur, but are made by the smallest values of thinning the illumination angle β (5 ° and 15 °), where the variation is less than the largest known value.
Figure 1. Indstilling af vinklerne α, β1, β2, og ε
Figur 2. Illustration af situationerne (a), (b), (c), (d), (e), (f) og (g)
Tabel 4. The event, which made measurement of ' rotation ' sensitive materials Table 5. Cases (a), (b), (c), (d), (e), (f) and (g) established by β1, β2 components of the illumination angle β 2. Daylight reflectance and colors, all material types
A Tablet overflades daylight reflection and color luminance factor β and color described by the coordinates x, y (2 ° Visual field), as defined in CIE publication No. 15.2 (1986)» Colorimetry '.
Luminance factor β of a sample is determined as the ratio of the luminance L of the sample and the luminance L0 of an ideal diffuse surface illuminated and observed under the same conditions as the test:
β = L/L0.
A tested color coordinates specifying the location in the color triangle are stained in question, when the sample is illuminated with a light source with a given spectral distribution.
The three values of a sample is measured under illumination with 45 ° ± 5 ° angle and 0 ° ± 10 ° measuring angle in relation to the sample normal (but see below on certain mikroprismatiske materials). As the light source to illuminate the sample used standard illuminant D65, representing daylight with a correlated color temperature of 6500 K. The spectral power distribution is specified in ISO/CIE 10526:1991» Colorimetric illuminants '.
Values may be determined on the basis of the spectral reflectance, or by direct measurement of the tristimulus values X, Y and Z, see. the above-mentioned CIE publication.
The sample must be clean and dry during the measurement.
By measuring certain mikroprismatiske materials makes the special conditions applicable to the measurement values vary with lighting direction within the specified tolerances, and with its potential distribution in a cone at 45 ° angle. For such mikroprismatiske materials measurement is performed instead by use of the diffuse lighting, which however, lighting in directions with up to 2 ° observation angle is eliminated.
Under the lighting at 45 ° angle reflection happens in such mikroprismatiske materials to some extent in local directions in space and is accompanied by the Rainbow colors. A measurement method based on directed lighting, therefore, does not lead to reliable results and is unfit to reflect a tavles appearance at normal daylight conditions.
These disadvantages are avoided by diffuse lighting, which roughly correspond to the lighting of a cloudy sky. Lighting in directions with small observation angles are eliminated, because such lighting is accompanied by powerful retroreflection and therefore would increase the luminance factor value in a way which does not make itself felt in practice.
Diffuse lighting can be provided in a photometer supplied ball, in which the sample is hung up, since measurement is done through a port in the ball. Lighting in directions with small observation angles are eliminated by dark lay an area around the gate with black blanking.
3. Luminance and color of illuminated signs
The color of a field of a uniformly illuminated Board described by luminance factor β and color coordinates x, y (2 ° Visual field), as defined in CIE publication No. 15.2 (1986)» Colorimetry '.
The two values, as well as the field's luminance is measured with light sources for lighting Board at nominal voltage, draught-free environment at 25 ° C and 0 ° ± 10 ° measuring angle to play normal.
Values may be determined on the basis of the spectral reflectance, or by direct measurement of the tristimulus values X, Y and Z, see. the above-mentioned CIE publication.
Measuring area must be sufficiently small to be placed within the same-colored fields, and to reveal variations in luminance, URf.eks. more than 30 mmØ.
The Board must be clean and dry during the measurement.
Annex 2 Luminous tavlers Table 1 Maximum luminanser luminance in cd/m
the color of the field on Tablet home
40 000 lx
4 000 lx
Table 2 minimum luminanser in cd/m
the color of the field on Tablet home
40 000 lx
4 000 lx
Annex 3 the display library for VMS
Display library is a list of approved variable views for tables. In the present edition contains the display library only pure text views, IE. views without graphic elements.
In the display library is the distinction between impressions used on respectively.
• Coherent systems
• Stand-alone tables
Apply to stand-alone tables and coherent systems is shown with a tick: X = is used primarily
(X) = can be used, but primarily used a different view.
By coherent systems means systems with min. 3-4 boards in one direction, where it is possible to set up a Blackboard course
Typically include coherent systems both detectors, speed signs, information boards and cameras, where boards are typically placed with 500-1000 m intervals.
In the display library is for coherent systems set a guiding speed limit which is recommended to accompany the views on text panels, where this is possible.
The guiding recommendations on speed limits follows the following main principles: Table 1
Speed limit on the line
< 500 m
> 1500 m
* Distance corresponds to the distance indicated on the boards and/or the distance between the Blackboard and the incident that the display is for.
P (Person): used for events where there is a risk of people on the road (URf.eks. or entertaining car accidents or in connection with the rescue effort) T (Things): used for events where there is no risk for people on the road (URf.eks. lost goods)
The listed principles requires speed tables available per ca. 500 m. If this is not the case, the use of the table must be adapted with the assumption that the recommended final speed (40 or 60 km/h) can be achieved.
Main categories and categories
The views are in display library sorted into the following major categories and categories:
TRAFFIC EVENTS • Animals on the road
• Fun car
• Oil spill
• Person on the road
• Ghost driver
• Lost goods
• Water on the carriageway
• Stocking damage CONGESTION • Queue ROADWORKS • Roadworks BLOCKED STRETCH • Blocked lane or exit
• Blocked section of motorway bridge/TUNNEL/FERRY INFORMATION • bridge/tunnel/ferry information information • travel time information
• Other information For each category is given as a general guide. application of plate views. In addition, for each view needs is given specific instructions regarding. apply.
Annex 4 Annex 5 Temporary road signs Marking on the carriageway, dimensions and design Annex 6 TABLE of CONTENTS
Notice on the existence of road markings Section in
General provisions for road marking
Chapter 1. Executive order area
Chapter 2. Variable message signs
The use of variable message signs
Documentation and monitoring
Variable text tables
Chapter 3. Temporary marking
Use of temporary marking
Regulatory road marking
Chapter 4. Definitions.
Chapter 5. Road signs
§ § 21-27
U. Under Boards
A. Warning Signs
§ § 29-59
B. Yield Signs
C. Prohibition Tables
§ § 76-103
D. Order Boards
§ § 104-110
E. Information Boards
Chapter 6. Border and background marking
N. Edge Marking
O. Background Marking
§ § 153-154
Chapter 7. Marking on the carriageway
Q. Length Marking
R. Pilaf Labelling
T. stopping and parking
§ § 187-189
V. Text and symbols
§ § 190-194
Chapter 8. Signal conditioning
X. Street Signals
§ § 195-200
§ § 201-233
§ § 234-251
Y. Lane Signals
Z. Flashing Signals
Definitions for directions
Definitions of parking
Chapter 9. Geographical directions on ordinary roads
Such Directories on ordinary roads and paths
§ § 266-284
G. Orientation Boards
§ § 285-295
H. Spacer and place boards on ordinary roads and trails
§ § 296-304
L. Route Entries
§ § 305-308
Chapter 10. Geographical directions on motorways (permanent panels)
§ § 309-314
I. Directions and location on Highway
§ § 315-320
J. Lane and the Guide signs on Highway
§ § 321-323
K. Confirmation and distance signs on motorways
Chapter 11. Parkeringsvejvisning
Chapter 12. Servicevejvisning on ordinary roads
§ § 330-393
Chapter 13. Servicevejvisning on motorways
§ § 394-404
Chapter 14. Directions for the disabled
§ § 405-410
Chapter 15. Directions for cycling, horseback riding and hiking routes
§ § 411-419
Date of entry into force of
§ § 420
Annex 1 Vejtavlers lighting properties
Annex 2 Luminous tavlers luminance
Annex 3 the display library for VMS
Annex 4 Provisional warning and information signs
Annex 5 Marking on the carriageway, dimensions and design