Project: Traffic Signs Policy Review - Reducing the visual intrusion of traffic signs

Reference: GT 17 2 274

Last update: 25/08/2010 10:59:31

Objectives

The DfT launched a traffic signs policy review in September 2008. Its objective is to develop a traffic sign system that will meet the changing needs of road users and provide effective tools for the better management of the road network, incorporating new technologies and minimising the impact on the environment.

Description

Alan Baxter was asked by English Heritage and the Department for Transport to investigate practical mechanisms, ideally using existing regulatory processes, for reducing the visual intrusion of traffic signs.

Contractor(s)

English Heritage
23 SavilleRow, London, SW1S 2ET
020 7973 3375

Contract details

Cost to the Department: £12,000.00

Actual start date: 01 March 2010

Actual completion date: 30 April 2010

Publication(s)

More is Less - An investigation of and recommendations for reducing the visual intrusion of traffic signs
Author: Alan Baxter
Publication date: 30/04/2010
draft
ISBN: n/a
Source: n/a