ROAD SIGNS
Remember that cyclists are road users in every sense, and are therefore required to comply with all the regulations contained in the Highway Code. Prudence and common sense, too, are important in avoiding danger on the road.
Beginning of bike route
This sign marks the point where the route reserved for cyclists starts.
End of bike route
This sign marks the point where the route reserved for cyclists ends, be careful.
Bike line near the side walk and pedestrian path
The cycle route and the pedestrian walkway run side by side. Both cyclists and pedestrians may use one side of the route.
End of side-by-side cycle and pedestrian route
This sign marks the end of the side-by-side cycle/pedestrian route.
End of combined cycle and pedestrian route
Marks the end of the combined cycle/pedestrian path.
Give way
This sign requires the cyclist to give way to vehicles travelling in both directions.
Stop
When you see this sign at a crossroads, stop. Give way to traffic from both directions, and continue only when the road is clear.
Pedestrian crossing
This sign indicates a pedestrian crossing. Be careful when you approach it.
Cycle path crossing
This sign indicates that special care is necessary when approaching an intersection with a cycle path.
No entry
This sign indicates that you may not enter this road since no vehicles are allowed.