London Local Authorities and Transport for London Bill [HL]—continued
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SCHEDULE 3

Section 4

SCHEDULED TRAFFIC SIGNS FOR THE PURPOSES OF SECTION 4 (PENALTY CHARGES FOR ROAD TRAFFIC CONTRAVENTIONS) OF THIS ACT

1         Column 1 of the table below sets out the description of the sign, which corresponds with the description as set out in the Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2002 (S.I. 2002 No. 3113) of the requirement, restriction or prohibition conveyed by the relevant traffic sign.

2         Column 2 of the table sets out the corresponding number given to the diagram illustrating the relevant traffic sign in those regulations.

(1)(2)
Description Diagram Number
Vehicular traffic must proceed in the direction indicated by the arrow606
Vehicular traffic must turn ahead in the direction indicated by the arrow609
Vehicular traffic must comply with the requirements prescribed in regulation 15610
No right turn for vehicular traffic612
No left turn for vehicular traffic613
No U-turns for vehicular traffic614
Priority must be given to vehicles from the opposite direction615, 615.1
All vehicles prohibited except non-mechanically propelled vehicles being pushed by pedestrians617
Entry to pedestrian zone restricted (Alternative types)618.2
Entry to and waiting in pedestrian zone restricted (Alternative types)618.3
Entry to and waiting in pedestrian zone restricted (Variable message sign)618.3A
Motor vehicles prohibited619
Motor vehicles except solo motor cycles prohibited619.1
Solo motor cycles prohibited619.2
Goods vehicles exceeding the maximum gross weight indicated on the goods vehicle symbol prohibited622.1A
One way traffic652
Route for use by buses and pedal cycles only953
Route for use by tramcars only953.1
Bus stop at which vehicular traffic must comply with the requirements of regulation 29(1) and Part I of Schedule 191025.1
Same as diagram 1025.1 (Bus stop at which vehicular traffic must comply with the requirements of regulation 29(1) and Part I of Schedule 19) but where the bus stop is located in part of a lay-by, the other part of which may be used by other vehicles1025.3
Same as diagram 1025.1 (Bus stop at which vehicular traffic must comply with the requirements of regulation 29(1) and Part I of Schedule 19) but where the bus stop occupies the whole of a lay-by1025.4
Part of the carriageway outside a school entrance where vehicles should not stop1027.1
Marking conveying the requirements prescribed by regulation 29(2) and Part II of Schedule 191043, 1044
 

 
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