Bicycle route marker
Where: On any road.
Purpose: To indicate to cyclists and other road users that there is a special route for cyclists only.
Action: Do not use this route and look out for cyclists that could suddenly change direction to follow the cycle route.
Stack-type advance direction
Where: On the left-hand side of any road before an intersection.
Purpose: To indicate the -
numbers of the routes leading from an intersection and
destinations that can be reached from this intersection.
Action: Make sure which route you want to follow, slow down for the intersection and take the correct route.
Where: On the left-hand side of the road a short distance beyond an intersection.
Purpose: To confirm the route to a destination and the distance indicated in kilometres to such destinations.
Action: Note the destination and in particular note the distance to the destination so that you can plan your trip to fill up with petrol or rest.
Where: On the far left-hand corner of an intersection.
Purpose: To guide you to small locations or to destinations on less travelled routes.
Action: Slow down and look out for traffic that might not yield at the intersection.
Map-type advance direction
Where: On the left-hand side of the road before an intersection.
Purpose: To give advance guidance regarding the shape of the intersection ahead, the numbers and destinations of the routes leaving the intersection.
Action: Make use of this advance direction sign to decide where you want to go before reaching actual intersection.
Where: On any road with more than one traffic lane, especially in rural areas.
Purpose: To inform in advance which lane leads to a specific destination.
Action: Move in good time to the correct lane that leads to your destination or route.