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COMPULSORY DIRECTION CONTROL
AND OTHER SIGNS
Note : Click on the road signs to view the situation where they are installed.
COMPULSORY TURN LEFT/RIGHT: These signs indicate the appropriate direction in which the vehicles are permitted to proceed.
COMPULSORY AHEAD OR TURN LEFT/RIGHT: These signs indicate the appropriate directions in which the vehicles are permitted to proceed. Vehicles are supposed to move either of the given two directions.
COMPULSORY AHEAD: This sign indicates that the vehicle is only permitted to proceed ahead. COMPULSORY KEEP LEFT: This sign is most frequently used on bollards or islands and refuges in the middle of the carriageway and at the beginning of central reserves of dual carriageway. The vehicles are obliged to keep left only.
COMPULSORY CYCLE RICKSHAW TRACK: This sign means only cycles and rickshaws are allowed on this road/carriageway. . COMPULSORY SOUND HORN: This sign means the motor vehicles shall compulsorily sound horn at the location where the sign is placed. This sign is mostly put at sharp curves on hill roads.
SLIP ROAD AHEAD: This sign means the vehicles can either go straight or turn left. MAIN ROAD AHEAD: This sign means the vehicles can either go straight or turn right.
PEDESTRIANS ONLY: This sign means only pedistrians are allowed and the traffic is not allowed on this road/carriageway. BUSES ONLY: This sign means that only buses are allowed and other traffic is not allowed on this road/carriageway.