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PostPosted: Mon Jan 21, 2013 12:03 
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Circular, letter or bulletin TAL 1/13: Reducing sign clutter

Organisations: Department for Transport
Published: 2 January 2013
Policies: Managing, improving and investing in the road network+ 1 other
Series: Traffic advisory leaflets

TAL 1/13: [url=[url][url[/url=]]Reducing sign clutter[/url]

Advice on the removal of unnecessary traffic signs to highway authorities in Great Britain.

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Detail Traffic advisory leaflet (TAL) 1/13

Over-provision of traffic signs can have a detrimental impact on the environment and can dilute more important messages if resulting in information overload for drivers. This leaflet, gives practical advice on reducing sign clutter. It emphasises that designers should use their engineering judgement and local knowledge to complement guidance to ensure signing solutions are effective.
Some of the removal looks great, but lets hope it helps people to be more responsible and improve to taking more care! :)

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