SIGN STRUCTURES GUIDE. Support design for permanent UK traffic signs to BS EN and structural Eurocodes. September BS EN Fixed, vertical road traffic signs Part 1: Fixed signs. EN Fixed, vertical road traffic signs. This standard is comprised of five parts and is designed for use by road authorities and private developers in .
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Gives requirements for complete sign assemblies supports, signs, ej and components for road users on public and private land. Supersedes BS EN Amendment dated 31 October – Revision of National Foreword text. Further corrections to National Annex NA. This standard is a hEN. Their committees work with the manufacturing and service industries, government, businesses and consumers to facilitate the production of British, European and International standards.
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