Ordinance Amending Ordinance On The Application Of Road Markings

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om ændring af bekendtgørelse om anvendelse af vejafmærkning

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Appendix 1
Appendix 2

Publication of the amendment of the notification of the use of road marking

§ 1

Notice no. 801 of 4. July 2012 on the use of road marking shall be amended as follows :

1. I preamour shall be amended ' Law Order No 1047 of 24. October 2011 : " Law Order no. 1055 of 9. November 2012.

2. I § 182 the words ' street sign ' shall be replaced by ' traffic signal '.

3. Chapter 8, ITREAS :

" Chapter 8

Signal plants

X. Traffic signals, General

§ 195. Traffic signal and red-blinking signal shall not be set up on a road with an allowed speed of more than 70 km/h.

§ 196. Traffic signals are being used in intersection where traffic in various times is so great that, for the road users who have a duty, there are undue waiting times and chillages.

Paragraph 2. The signals shall also be used where no other marking can be achieved by a road safety-safety-safety-safety regulation.

Paragraph 3. Finally, traffic signals are being used on road closures, which are too narrow for meeting road users.

SECTION 197. Traffic signals must always be operational.

Paragraph 2. When signals are off-line, they must be removed or covered. This also applies when signals due to short-lived disruptions are not functioning if the damage is not immediately remediable.

§ 198. Traffic signals need to regulate the conflicts between the intermotorized motor vehicles and road users from crossover directions.

§ 199. Right and left wing must be separated by 3-light picking, X 12 Vickmark, in the following situations :

1) two or more left-of-left-side lanes against resistance, or

2) two or more high-level hiking lanes on cyclists or pedestrians.

$200. All road vehicles in a description regulated area must be subject to signal. The exception of here is only the inroads of very insignificant traffic on an overrun.

§ 201. Across all the forts covered by the signal regulation, the stop line must be established unless this by road works is impossible because of the nature of the coating.

I. The importance, number and position of light pages,

X 11 Main signal

202. X 11 Main signal should be positioned so that road users driving on a signalling cross must be able to see at least two signals showing the same signal, at least a main signal to be positioned to ensure that under normal conditions it is not covered by : leading or crushing vehicles.

Paragraph 2. Trafied-keeping at a stop line must be able to see at least one signal.

Paragraph 3. In the case of each rate in a description regulated area, 3-light signals or cyclist signals can be replaced by the main signals.

§ 203. At each rate the main signal shall be at least one high.

Paragraph 2. Where there is a speed, the adjustment shall be made, X 12 Vickmark, and where there is one or more trajectylanes, between fluctuations and nearest trajectylanes, a highly-seated 3-light arrow signal must be placed next to a signal that regulates traffic in the trajectylanes.

Paragraph 3. Excepts from the requirement of high-seated signals are the enveling of a densely-controlled cross.

204. At least one main signal shall be positioned shallow to the right end of the stopline or no more than 5,0 m after this.

Paragraph 2. Main signals shall be placed in such a way as to show the highest number of the tachograph on the part of the cross-line cross-line.

Paragraph 3. When headlines or 3-light arrows are positioned on the side of each other, the illuminating must use the same technique and luminance.

205. Where there is a movement of left wing and the movement of the movement in the green light, the far left corner of the cross must be installed in the clear left corner of the cross-side corner. X 13 Minusveg signal.

Paragraph 2. This signal shall switch to red and red light switch to or later than the signalling of the traffic except in situations referred to in paragraph 1. 3 and 4.

Paragraph 3. A minusveg signal must not show red, while in the same vein, they are green in the same direction.

Paragraph 4. Where the signal is controlled so that the traffic can get a red signal before moving traffic, the minusveg signal must be supplemented by a green-light pill signal.

206. Subboard W5 with the symbol, US 8 Cycle and Small moped, may be used only under X 11 Main signal and X 12 Pillar where such conflicts do not result in conflicts between cyclists and motor vehicles, or where such conflicts are regulated ; X 16 Cyclistsignal. Subboard U 5 be placed under the low-seated main signal or the picking signal located on the right side of the road haulage line or no more than 5,0 metres after this.

207. Traffic signals with a search engine can be used to regulate traffic in rail road journeys, where ports, goods or companies cross paths in the intersection of the road.

Paragraph 2. The one under paragraph 1. 1 or more of the signal masts must be set up on one or more signal masts.

Paragraph 3. The one under paragraph 1. Paragraph 1 shall not be established without the approval of the railway infrastructure manager and the consent of the police.

X 12 Pillar

208. X 12 Pillar be used either as a 3-light arrow signal or as a 1-light arrow signal next to the same color in the main signal.

Paragraph 2. 3 light-signalling signals are used where the traffic in that direction is regulated independently.

Paragraph 3. Green Arrow must be used only when the direction of the arrow is not a vigeable duty.

Paragraph 4. Use of high-risk winged assumes that there is a bicycle path or that cycling is prohibited from that direction.

Paragraph 5. When green 1 light is used with red in the main signals, separate carriage routes for traffic controlled by the arrow signal shall be established.

Paragraph 6. In the traffic signal system, which is regulated in the context of Z 72,2 Smoking signal by rail overruns, the use of a red-light pill signal may be used only on the train crossing.

Paragraph 7. Combined arrows may not be used.

209. 3-light the arrow signals must be affixed at the rate they must regulate and in such a way that they are seen beside, but clearly separated from any possible. Main signals or other 3-light pill signals.

X 16 Cyclistsignal

-210. X 16 Cyclistsignal may only be used if there is a bike path or lane.

Paragraph 2. Cyclist signals must be placed under main signals and 3-light arrow signals when they are placed on the same mast.

§ 211. 3-light the arrow signal shall be used where the cyclists or the driver of small moped in that direction are subject to a self-contained basis. 3-light arrow signals may be used only on separate trainers of cycle paths.

Paragraph 2. Green Arrow must be used only when the direction of the arrow is not a vigeable duty.

Paragraph 3. Combined arrows may not be used.

X 18 Footdestrian Signal

§ 212. By S 17 Fodddate field be used in the traffic lane in signalling-checked intersection, used X 18 Foddestrian signal. It must be marked S 17 Foodwalk field, where used X 18 Foddestrian signal.

Paragraph 2. X 18 Footdestrian Signal shall be placed at the farthest end of the pedestrian area in which the signal applies in such a way that it is visible throughout the passage.

X 19 Bussignal

§ 213. X 19 Bussignal be used where buses use a bus lane or a similar area in the area of the road and where the buses are independently regulated independently.

Paragraph 2. We need to put a signal on Bussignal with a headsignal. Bussignals will be placed to the left of the main signal if the bus is located to the left of the other vehicles, and to the right of the main signal when bus lanes are located to the right of the lane.

II. Lanterns set-up height

§ 214. The low-seated signs over the cycle path must be set in such a way that at least 2,5 m is free to be given under the signal lantern with the corresponding beatings.

Paragraph 2. The high-seated signal of running track shall be set in such a way that at least 5.0 m is free to be given under the signal lantern with the corresponding beatings.

III. Governance form and detection

§ 215. Signal plants which are so close to each other that there may be confusion and confusion between the signalling of the individual attacs must be coordinated with safety reasons.

§ 216. Signal plants not coordinated must be traffic controlled.

Paragraph 2. Detetors of motor vehicles must be automatically active.

Paragraph 3. The light in a pedestrian printing light shall be lit when a pedestrian detects, as indication that the signals for the relevant pedestrian field are subsequently going to switch to green.

Paragraph 4. Where the use of pedestrian pressure is applied at both ends of the corresponding pedestrian area or partial pedestrian area.

Paragraph 5. Pedestrian pressure must operate so that the constant press button does not provide constant notification.

§ 217. Where the pressure is not to be applied, it shall be immediately set up immediately at each direction of the pedestrian field or partial pedestrian area.

Paragraph 2. The blind pressure button is placed on a surface under the directions.

Paragraph 3. Pressure buttons for blind replaces shall not replace any pedestrian pressure, but should be activated in a traffic-controlled signal plant to trigger a detection.

§ 218. If there are 1-ly use left-winged winged-winged-winged-winged-winged-use must not be used in advance

LV. Signals

§ 219. The following times must be observed :

1) Red yellow : two secs.

2) Yellow, four seconds.

3) Green : at least 6 secs.

4) Green 1-ly light-signor : at least 4 seconds.

5) Green 3-sound waste signal without traffic management : at least 6 seconds.

6) Green 3 light-play with traffic management : at least 4 seconds.

Paragraph 2. However, in the case of traffic signals, which are regulated in a railway overdrive, the duration of the green light may be limited to 4 seconds. for train notification. However, the green light in pedestrian signals is interrupted regardless of the duration.

Paragraph 3. The total amount of green and intermediate times in a pedestrian signal must at least be so long that a pedestrian who steps out on the lane 2.0 secs. After the lighting of the green light, with a speed of 1.0 m/sk. may reach the relevant pedestrian field or partial pedestrian area.

§ 220. In the case of secondary conflicts that are not separately regulated, the following applies :

1) The green signal for cyclists must not start later than green in the main signals for the same road traffic.

2) The green signal for pedestrians must not be started later than green in the main signals for the same road traffic.

3) The green signal for pedestrians must not be started later than the green signal for cyclists for the same road traffic.

§ 221. The security time must be so long that the last dimension-giving traffic light is going to be free of the first (earliest) dimension-giving traffic light, which is initiating too green from the crossover direction. The length of the security time depends on the geometry of the cross, the speeds of the Conflicting traffic flow and the starting and stopping conditions in relation to signal breaks.

V-Geometric ratiating

§ 222. In the case of any traffic flow, the number of vehicles in and after the intersection must be equal to the number of road hauliers before the intersection.

§ 223. In the case of attached pedestrian fields, pedestrians must be routed when set up by a set of foxes or other similar in the centre helle.

§ 224. When there is a heel to the right of a left-hand ring lane, there must also be a clear left-to-left lane to the driving lane for the road to road traffic.

WE. Fritlying cross between road and path

§ 225. The number of high-seated signals must be at least two for each direction in which there is a free crossover mark between road and path.

Paragraph 2. Where a path is taken by crossing a road road traffic must be directed at the production of the foxes or the like on the centre helle.

VII. Vekselvis enscorrected lines

§ 226. In the case of an alternated line, the signalling must in all cases be placed before the beginning of the single track beginning and not more than 10 m after stop line or stop-place.

Requirements for equipment


§ 227. Traffic signals control shall be provided with one of the steering and the time measurements independent verification of the failure to show at the same time the green light or green light at the same time as yellow or red / yellow light in hostile signal groups. The activation of the control must switch off all signals in the plant. The error condition must not exceed 300 milliseconds. The failure to carry out checks shall also extingind all signals within the specified time period.

Paragraph 2. Yellow links are not allowed in traffic signals and must always lead to an extinguishing system.

§ 228. Traffic signal controls, for all main signals, 3-light arrow signals and cyclist signals may control when red in a direction to be red in one of the road-board specified number of signals (corresponding to class). CC1 of the standard DS/EN 12675, furkt. 4.7.1), and if the absence of red in all signals (corresponding to class CB1 in standard DS/EN 12675 standard), is furtive. 4.7.1).

Paragraph 2. The activation of the checks will cause either a malfunction or an extinguishing of all signals within 300 milliseconds.

Paragraph 3. Absenting of red in all the main signals, 3-arrow signals or cyclist signals in one direction must always be an extinguisher.

Paragraph 4. The absence of a red in one signal group with pedestrian signals showing red in a constellation of "green red" shall be an extinguishing of all the signals in the plant.

§ 229. Operating apparatus must be provided with the following initial program that can be activated at the earliest when all signals have been extingaled for 10 seconds : in all directions for 4 seconds (red in any event). pedestrian signals), then red in all directions for 4 seconds, after which the installation goes into the system-made starting with 2 seconds red / gult (and then green) in the main direction. All three light-signalling devices must be given the green during the first signal circulation.

Paragraph 2. Traffic-driven traffic control equipment shall be equipped with checks which are constantly verifiable that the remote detectors are at the time of the following : pressure-button detectors provide the necessary data. The activation of the control must operate a malfunction for the current detector.

§ 230. Under normal operating conditions, the nominated security determinant times (caratimes, red-+ gulages) and mine must be set. tentimes, cf. section 219 is observed with a tolerance of ± 5%.

Lanterner design

§ 231. Key signals, signalling, pedestrian signals and bussignons shall have circular lymphaes with a diameter of 20 cm ± 10%.

Paragraph 2. Cyclist signals must have circular lymphaes with a diameter of 10 cm ± 10%.

Paragraph 3. Intermediate spaces shall not exceed 50% of the diameter of the lightweight of the light.

§ 232. In the case of cyclist signals, there must be a whiteboard with :

1) A rectangular yarn of 8 cm x 13 cm ± 10%, or

2) a circular lyaeration with a diameter of 10 cm ± 10%.

3) The tablet must be from the inside for lighting and showing a white bike on the blue floor.

§ 233. The cut-off signals must be square and have a square length of at least 0,50 m.

Paragraph 2. Where the trackside signals are used without green arrow symbols, but with variable C55 Local Speed Limit, use a limit of 0,70 m at desired speeds of 100 km/h or less than 0,90 m at the speed limit of which the speed is permitted.

§ 234. Z72, 1 Red signal signal, circular lymphaes with a diameter of 20 cm ± 10% and meet the requirements that are applied to red signalling donors in traffic signals.

Paragraph 2. The link signal is issued with a frequency of 55 to 65 blink per head. minutes, so that the light and dark times are approximate to the same length.

§ 235. Z 93 Gult blinking signal used in pedestrian fields and working patrols must have circular lymphaes with a diameter of 30 cm ± 10% when the signal is placed high and with the sound-cut of 20 cm ± 10% when the signal is low.

Color Limits and Light-Light

§ 236. The speed limits and illuminos of traffic signals are shown in Appendix 6.

Paragraph 2. The light from traffic signals must have colours within the color areas defined by the points listed in Appendix 6, Figure 1 and Annex 6. The color ranges set for red, yellow and green are identical with the color areas defined for these illuminous colors in the DS/EN 12368.

SECTION 237. High-seated traffic signals on all major roads and on roads beyond any closer range must have a strong light intensity in the reference point of at least 400 cd. The high intensity of light may not be used on low-seated traffic signals.

Paragraph 2. Light forces must be measured as specified in the DS/EN 12368.

Paragraph 3. The sound strength of the reference point shall comply with the requirements of Annex 6 Table 1.

Paragraph 4. In a number of other directions, the illuminating forces must be at least the percentage values relative to the measured intensity of the reference point specified in Appendix 6 table 2 for an additional width.

Paragraph 5. The maximum intensity of light strength of the maximum illuminable intensity of the maximum illuminable intensity shall not occur in any direction.

Paragraph 6. The distribution of light must be equal in the main. There must be no illuminable light forces in the direction between two directions in Annex 6 Table 2 or Table 3, which are lower than set for the two directions.

Paragraph 7. The light forces indicated must be maintained during the day.

§ 238. The intensity of reflecting light in lanterns (phantom signal) measured as defined in the standard DS/EN 12368 must be less than 25% of the illuminating intensity of the signal in the reference signal for signals in red, yellow and white, and less than 12.5% of the signal. the illuminating intensity of the signal in the reference point for signals with a green light.

§ 239. Z 72,2 Smoking signal on the rail road runs must comply with the same requirements as to : Z 72.1 red signal signal, that the illuminating forces of a range of directions in relation to the reference point must be at least as indicated in Annex 6 Tables 5 and a maximum of 1000 cd in any direction. The light of a potential. reflecting light in lanterns (phantom signal) must not exceed 12.5% of the illuminating strength of the signal in the reference point.

Paragraph 2. The sound forces in different directions for Z 72,1 used in the case of movable bombs in the case of rail transfers, in relation to the reference point, at least as indicated in Annex 6 Table 6.

Paragraph 3. There must be no illustric forces which exceed 185 cd.

Paragraph 4. Lights from Z 72,1 used in the case of a free tractor beam, the colour of the red traffic signal in accordance with the same colour shall be as set out in the heading. Section 236 (1). 1.

§ 240. Z 93 Gult blinking signal, used in pedestrian fields and working patrols must have a shade of light complying with the same requirements applying to yellow lights in traffic signals.

Paragraph 2. Z 93 Gult blinking signal for pedestrian fields must be switched on and off in approximately equal length of time and blink at a frequency of 55-65 blink per head. Minute.

Paragraph 3. Z 93 Gult Blink Signal must have a shade of light meeting the requirements of the Gult blinking signal in the DS/EN 12356.

Paragraph 4. In the case of yellow blinking signals, it must be sought to ensure that the optical axis of the signals is directed at the driver of a 50-100 m distance.

Pedestrian expression

§ 241. Pedestrian pressure and other pressure-button detectors shall be provided with a receipt of light. However, this does not apply to pressure, which is intended solely for the blind and the fungus. The receipts must be white and visible from the front and from the sides.

Audio signals


§ 242. Sound signals may only be used in signalling regular pedestrian fields.

Paragraph 2. Where a combined bus and right track is provided with a 1-light pill signal and a direct signal on buses, a sound signal shall be used in the pedestrian field that is passed by the right-wing.

Paragraph 3. The sound signal shall be subject to an appropriate control, as in the visual signal, cf. § § 227-230.

Paragraph 4. If the soundholder receives incorrect orders, either at the same time the "go" and "wait" or "wait" do not automatically terminate or "wait".

§ 243. Prohibitions of a pedestrian field must be established on both front-and-the-line fortubons as well as on the discounts used as pedestrian aid points. In the case of pedestrian fields, without any preconditions or branches, all of the auditors shall be on the same side of the field as shown in Figure 10.

Paragraph 2. In the case of pedestrian fields which are put or grate at a lump, the same principle is followed as far as possible on opposite sides of the turnover or the branch.

Paragraph 3. When setting up auditors for different fields, the location must be carefully considered so that any misunderstandings are ruled out.

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Figure 10 Position of sound donors on pedestrian fields, without any preconditions or brandices.

§ 244. Two main types of functions are used : normal and reduced.

Paragraph 2. The sound strength of an audible must be automatically regulated in normal functioning.

Paragraph 3. The function of reduced function is differentiated between two types :

1) In the case of reduced function (R1), the responsive must function with its minimum volume of sound, but it must be possible to manually activate the automatic power-control (normal function) of the "blind blind" automatic control.

2) In the case of reduced function (R2), the responsive must function without sound, where it is possible to manually activate the automatic power-control (normal function) of the "blind-blind" mode.

Paragraph 4. After each activation in reduced function, the automatic strength rewatch must be in the normal function for a period of three-three minutes, depending on the time of the warning system.

Paragraph 5. All the sounders in the same cross must at a given moment have the same function (normal, R1 or R2), and a volume of sound strength that is regulated in the same way throughout the intersection.

Paragraph 6. Where two or more sound donors are given the same signal, the dimples shall be rendered without displacement.

§ 245. One of the following signalling characters is used :

1) "Go" has the same meaning as "green" in pedestrian signals, and shall consist of a 200 millisecond-millisecond dimpulence for each 400 milliseconds.

2) "Wait" has the same meaning as "red" in pedestrian signals, and shall consist of a total of 400 milliseconds of milliseconds for each 2000 milliseconds.

Paragraph 2. These times must be observed with a 5% tolerance.

Paragraph 3. 'Go' and 'wait' in a silencer must be given in a square one or a salitactone with a basic frequency of 880 Hz ± 2%.

§ 246. The intensity of the volume must be constant during the duration of the entire lymphodium during the period of expulsion removed from the impact of the automatic overdraining equipment.

Paragraph 2. The dimples in the 'go' and 'wait' must have the strength in terms of the level of noise of the overarthrids.

Paragraph 3. "Go" may sound only when green in the corresponding pedestrian signal.


§ 247. There must always be a game of direction in a pedestrian-field with a soundboard. It shall be reduced if the responsive is disclosed for a longer period of time.

§ 248. The relocation game shall be placed on the same tower or stench as such at a height of 1,0-1,2 m above terrain, and on the side of the mast or the stench that is facing the pedestrian field. The stench must have a height of at least 1,3 m above terrain.

§ 249. The ream must be drawn up in a raised relief on the horizontal subspace. The edges of the Relido must be sharp and side-flags vertical or almost vertical.

Paragraph 2. The arrow must be 100 to 150 mm long and 6 to 9 mm wide. The height of the reion must be 4 to 6 mm, see figure 11.

Paragraph 3. The leading edge is built up by 1 or 2 buds in further swolling relief. The length of a bone must be 7 to 10 mm on its surface, and it shall fill the full width of the arrow. If there are 2 knots, they must be the same and have a distance of 1,5-1,7 times their length. The height shall be 1,5-1,7 times the relish of the arrow, measured over the surface of the lower-level surface.

Paragraph 4. The horizontal sub-lamp must be so large that the arrow is not outside it.

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Figure 11. Guideline

$250. The redirection is set up so the lead points to driving lane or cycling path in the direction of the pedestrian field.

Paragraph 2. The direction of the arrow in the horizontal plane shall be bearable in accordance with the direction of the pedestrian field, with an accuracy better than 2,5 °.

§ 251. The use of 1 knots shall be used where the associated sound-head shall apply to passage to the sidewalk.

Paragraph 2. 2 knuckles shall be used where the attached volume applies to the passage to the full or rebate, and where, therefore, on this lump or discounts, there is a further volume of sound or discounts applicable to the further passage.

Y. Vognlane signals

§ 252. Y 17 Vognlane signal used to regulate traffic in certain road hauliers.

Paragraph 2. Wagon signals are also used to regulate traffic orientation at reversible road hauliers.

Paragraph 3. Where the trades are used for the regulation of reversible road hauliers, the signals must be set up regardless of the course of the road in the traffic control field and in such a distance, along the road, that the road users can always see, as is the signal that is applicable to the current road hauliers. Reversible cart routes are strived with a double alert line.

Paragraph 4. The road-road signals must be approved by the directorate, cf. however, paragraph 1 5.

Paragraph 5. The Ministry of Transport must be approved on the main roads, by means of the Transport Ministry.

Z. Blink signals

Z 72 red blinking signal

§ 253. Z 72,2 Smoking signal on the rail road runs shall be applied in accordance with rules laid down by the Traffic Management Board.

Paragraph 2. Link signals on the same side of the railways must be blinking at the same pace.

§ 254. In the light of lubrious bridges, two blinking red lights must be used, cf. Z 72,1 they are placed next to each other and switched on and extinguished.

§ 255. The second use of the red blinking signal other than those specified in sections 253 and 254 shall be approved by the directorate, cf. however, paragraph 1 2.

Paragraph 2. The Ministry of Transport may approve the use of a red blinking signal in the other way other than in section 253 and 254

Z 95 Blid blinking signal

§ 256. Blue-signated signal may only be used by police and rescue personnel, where it is estimated to be marked by road accidents and fire stations.

Paragraph 2. In the case of no more dentified area, Z95 must be set up. 200 m in front of the peril.

Paragraph 3. If there is only one signal available, it must be set at the hazard of road with a double-checked ferry at the hazard so that it can be seen from both directions. `

4. Appendix 6 the text of Annex 1 shall be replaced by this notice.

5. As Annex 7 the following Annex 2 is added to this notice.

§ 2

The announcement shall enter into force on 1. July, 2013.

The directorate, the 14th. June 2013

Per Jacobsen

/ Helga Theil Thomsen

Appendix 1

' Appendix 6

Traffic signals, color and light intensity

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Figure 1 Colour areas for traffic signals. The collaring coordinates have been reproduced in 1931 CIE (Commission International d' Eclairage) color chart

intensity of light
intensity of light
20 cm
normal intensity of light 1)
200 cd
800 cd
high intensity of light 2)
400 cd
1000 cd
10 cm
50 cd
200 cd
1) function level 2/1 in DS/EN 12368
2) function level 3/1 in DS/EN 12368
3) The DS/EN 12368 does not cover 10 cm signals
Table 1 Requirements for the illumination of traffic signals in the reference point.

angle down
Angle Right / Left
0 °
± 5 °
± 10 °
± 20 °
± 30 °
0 °
3 °
5 °
10 °
20 °
-means that there are no specific requirements.
Table 2 Minimum percentage values for directions in relation to the reference point for normal width of the illuminating distribution.

Angle Angle
Angle Right / Left
0 °
± 5 °
± 10 °
± 20 °
± 30 °
0 °
3 °
5 °
10 °
20 °
-means that there are no specific requirements.
Table 3 Minimum percentage values for directions in relation to the reference point for the extra width of the illuminating distribution.

Color :
Red yellow green white
Table 4 Points for the delimitation of the colour areas for traffic signals.

angle right / left
0 °
± 10 °
± 15 °
angle op/down
5 °
150 cd
60 cd
30 cd
2 °
400 cd
120 cd
40 cd
0 °
600 cd
220 cd
50 cd
3 °
475 cd
180 cd
50 cd
-5 °
450 cd
150 cd
40 cd
Table 5 Minimum illuminals for the red flash signal by rail overruns, Z 72.2.

angle right / left
0 °
± 5 °
± 10 °
± 20 °
angle op/down
0 °
60 cd
54 cd
21 cd
± 5 °
42 cd
12 cd
6 cd
± 10 °
12 cd
Table 6 Minimum illuminating units of Z72,1 which are applied to the moving beam of the rail road.

Appendix 2

' Appendix 7

Publication on the use of road marking


Section I
General rules on the marking of road marking
Chapter One. Conventing of the Bekendom Decision
§ 1-8
Chapter 2. Variable Tables
Use of variable tablets
§ 9
§ 10
Documentation and monitoring
§ 11
Variable Text Tablets
§ § 12-18
Chapter three. Temporary marking
Use of temporary marking
§ 19
Finishing regulatory markings
Chapter Four. Definitions.
§ 20
Chapter Five. Shuttle Spill
§ § 21-27
U. Underboard
§ 28
A. Adheeds
§ § 29-59
B. Vigeable Spelling
§ § 61-75
C. Prohibior Board
SECTION § 76-103
D. On-board Board
§ § 104-110
E. Enlightenment.
§ § 111-146
Chapter six. Border and background markings
§ 147
N. Cantagging
~ § 148-151
O. Background Rating
§ 152
P. Completing Guy
~ § 153-154
~ § 155-156-156
Chapter 7. Rating on the driving lane
~ § 157-158
Q. Longitude markings
~ § 159-176
R. Pilaf markings
~ § 177-179
S. Tweafaff markings
§ § 180-186
T. Stopping and parking.
SS 187-189
V. Text and symbol
§ § 190-194
Chapter eight. Signal plants
§ § 195-201
X. Traffic signals.
Light signalling devices
§ § 202-241
Audio signals
§ § 242-251
Y. Vognlane signals
§ 252
Z. Blink signals
§ § 253-256
Weather View Board
§ 257 30
Definitions for guidance
§ 258
Parking Definitions
§ 259
Chapter nine. Geographical welding on ordinary roads
§ § § 260-265
F. Vejvians on ordinary roads and paths
§ § § 266-284
G. Orienation spelling
§ § 285-295
H. Astop
§ § 296-304
L. Ruteparticulars
~ ~ 305-308
Chapter 10. Geographical welding on motorways (fixed tablets)
~ ~ ~ 309-314
I. Guidance and direction of the motorway
§ § 315-320
J. Wagon lane and orientation boards on the highway.
~ § 321-323
K. Acknowledgment and distances on motorways
§ 324
Chapter 11. Parking Road View
~ § 325-329
Chapter 12. Service directions on ordinary roads
~ § 330-393
Chapter 13. Service directions on motorways
~ § 394-404
Chapter 14. Instructions for disabled persons
§ § 405-410
Chapter 15. Road display for bicycle, ride and strear uther
§ § 411-419
Entry into force
§ § 420


Appendix 1 Roadlist of light-engineering characteristics

Appendix 2 Lightening board luminance

Appendix 3 Display directory display directory

Appendix 4 Temporary warning and information spelling :

Appendix 5 Distagging on the driving track, dimensions and shaping

Appendix 6 Traffic signals, colour and light-intensity

Appendix 7 Table of Contents