Presentation on theme: "SSigns are defined by their function and are broken into three major groups: RRegulatory Signs give notice of traffic laws or regulations. WWarning."— Presentation transcript:
SSigns are defined by their function and are broken into three major groups: RRegulatory Signs give notice of traffic laws or regulations. WWarning Signs give notice of a situation that might not be readily apparent. GGuide signs show route designations, destinations, directions, distances, services, points of interest, and other geographical, recreational, or cultural information.
This type of signs regulates or controls the movement of traffic. REGULATORY SIGNS ARE: RED & WHITE WHITE & BLACK GREEN ON WHITE MOST REGULATORY SIGNS ARE VERTICAL RECTANGLES
SSTOP SIGN Y YIELD SIGN WWRONG WAY
SPEED LIMIT SIGNS
SSPECIAL PARKING SIGNS OR SEAT BELT LAWS
WWarning road signs give notice of a situation that might not be readily apparent. Warning road signs typically have a yellow background color but the background color can also be orange or fluorescent- pink, or YELLOW-GREEN depending on the situation. EEXAMPLES OF WARNING ROAD SIGNS:
GGuide signs are essential to guide drivers along streets and highways, to inform them of interesting routes, to direct them to cities, towns, villages, or other important destinations, to identify nearby rivers and streams, parks, forests, and historical sites, and generally to give such information as will help them along their way in the most simple, direct manner possible.
How the Interstates are Numbered The Interstate Highway numbering system was established in 1957. The Interstate route marker is the familiar red, white, and blue shield with the word “Interstate,” the state name, and the route number.
Routes running north and south have odd numbers, such as I-29. The lowest numbers are in the west, such as I-5 along the west coast. The highest numbers are in the east, such as I-95.
East and west routes have even numbers. The lowest numbers are in the south, such as I-10 along the southern border. The higher numbers are in the north, such as I-94 along the northern border.
THE U.S. HIGHWAY SYSTEM IS NUMBER JUST LIKE THE INTERSTATE SYSTEM. EVEN NUMBERED ROADS GO EAST AND WEST. ODD NUMBERED ROADS GO NORTH AND SOUTH.
SSTATE ROUTES ARE NUMBER THE SAME WAY.
Destination and mileage signs
TTHESE SIGNS TELL YOU WHERE YOU ARE, WHICH LANE TO GET YOUR DESTINATION, WHAT EXIT TO TAKE, WHAT EXIT ARE COMING UP, AND HOW FAR AWAY THE EXITS ARE. TTHE MILEAGE MARKERS INFORM YOU HOW FAR YOU ARE FROM A DIFFERENT PLACE.
INTERNATIONAL ROAD SIGNS: NO LEFT NO PARKING NO “U” TURN TURN
YYELLOW LINES ARE USED TO SEPARATE TRAFFIC TRAVELING IN OPPOSITE DIRECTIONS, THE LEFT EDGE OF MULTIPLE-LANES, DIVIDED HIGHWAYS SEPARATING TRAFFIC GOING IN OPPOSITE DIRECTIONS. DOUBLE YELLOW LINE MEANS? NO PASSING IS ALLOWED
AA SINGLE, BROKEN YELLOW LINE MEANS? PASSING IS PERMITTED ON BOTH SIDE OF TRAFFIC
A broken yellow line (on your side) to the left of a solid yellow line means? Passing on your side is permitted when it is safe to do so.
A LEFT TURN CENTER LANE. VEHICLE MOVING IN EITHER DIRECTION CAN USE THIS LANE TO MAKE LEFT TURNS OFF THE ROADWAY INTO AN ENTRANCE.
RRULES FOR USING THE CENTER LEFT TURN LANE: 1.DON’T GET INTO THE LANE TOO SOON. 2.WATCH FOR VEHICLES PULLING OUT OF DRIVEWAYS AND CROSS STREETS. 3.USE THE SHARED LEFT TURN LANE ONLY TO TURN LEFT.
WWHITE LINE ON THE PAVEMENT INDICATES THE RIGHT EDGE OF THE LANE. RRIGHT EDGE
STOP LINE: STOP BEHIND THE STOP LINE
CCROSS WALK INTERSECTIONS: SSTOP HERE BEFORE ENTERING THE CROSSWALK.
CCURBLINE: IF THERE ARE NO IDENTIFYING PAVEMENT MARKINGS AND THE SIGN OR TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE SAYS STOP, THEN YOU MUST STOP WITH THE FRONT OF YOUR VEHICLE BEHIND THE IMAGINARY LINE. CURBLINE WWHICH CAR STOP CORRECTLY? B
RRED : STOP YYELLOW : DO NOT ENTER THE INTERSECTION GGREEN : GO (WHEN SAFE TO DO SO)
ADDITIONALTRAFFIC SIGNALS: RED YELLOW GREEN LEFT TURN SIGNAL
RED FLASHING LIGHT MEANS THE SAME AS A STOP SIGN
FLASHING YELLOW LIGHT MEANS THE SAME AS A YIELD SIGN.
YOU WILL FIND PEDESTRAIN SIGNALS AT BUSY INTERSECTIONS. THEY MAY HAVE EITHER WORDS OR SIGNALS TELLING PEDESTRAINS, OR PEOPLE ON FOOT, HOW TO PROCEED.
NNAME THE FOLLOWING SIGNS: 11.____________ 22.____________ 33.____________ 44.____________ 55____________ 66.____________
NAME THE SIGNS: 7._____________ 9. __________ 8._____________ 10. _________
NNAME THE SIGNS: 11. _________ 13. ________ 12.__________ 14.________
11. NO PASSING SIGN 22. STOP SIGN 33. WARNING SIGN 44. REGULATORY SIGN 55. SCHOOL ZONE SIGN 66. NO INTERNATIONAL SIGN 77. CONSTRUCTION ZONE SIGN 88. US HIGHWAY SIGN 99. INTERSTATE SIGN 10. DO NOT ENTER SIGN 11. CROSS ROAD SIGN 12. WRONG WAY SIGN 13. RAIL ROAD SIGN 14. NO LEFT TURN