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Warning road signs for advance traffic control are used on an approach to a primary traffic control device that is not visible for a sufficient distance to permit the road user to react to the device. Warning road signs for intersections are used in advance of an intersection to indicate the presence of an intersection and the possibility of turning or entering traffic. Warning road signs for the temporary traffic control of advance traffic control are used on an approach to a primary traffic control device that is not visible for a sufficient distance to permit the road user to react to the device. Note: these signs are the same as the normal warning signs except the background color for temporary traffic control signs is orange instead of yellow. Warning road signs for the temporary traffic control of incident management are used when an unexpected problem occurs and traffic needs to be redirected as quickly as possible. These signs always have a fluorescent-pink background color.
A cross road intersection is ahead.
A T-intersection is ahead.
A side road intersection is ahead.
A Y- intersection is ahead.
A Y- intersection is ahead.
A traffic circle is ahead.
Two way cross traffic is ahead.
Indicates cross traffic does not stop.
Indicates oncoming traffic has an extended green light which means use caution when making a left turn.
Indicates oncoming traffic may have an extended green light which means use caution when making a left turn.
Be prepared to stop at the stop sign ahead.
Be prepared to stop at the stop sign ahead.
Be prepared to stop means a stop sign or a traffic signal is ahead.
Be prepared to stop means a stop sign or a traffic signal is ahead.
Road users should be prepared to stop ahead.
Be prepared to stop at the traffic signal ahead.
Be prepared to stop at the traffic signal ahead.
Be prepared to yield at the yield sign ahead.
Be prepared to yield at the yield sign ahead.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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