Signs Pavement Marking

Document No:  67-08-5
Revision:  2
Date amended:  29-Sep-2011
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The information below is intended to reflect the preferred practice of Main Roads Western Australia ("Main Roads"). Main Roads reserves the right to update this information at any time without notice. If you have any questions or comments please contact Ron Koorengevel by e-mail or on (08) 9323 4704.
To the extent permitted by law, Main Roads, its employees, agents, authors and contributors are not liable for any loss resulting from any action taken or reliance made by you on the information herein displayed.


Revision Register


Ed/Version Number Clause Number Description of Revision Date
1 All Guideline Developed 19-Mar-2003 
1A Header Guideline Contact Amended 20-Dec-2006 
2 1 Under-Construction Guidelines removed. 29-Sep-2011



The use of traffic signs and pavement marking shall be in accordance with the general principles set out in AS 1742.2 to AS1742.14 for the various traffic situations and traffic control devices.  However, where Main Roads' practice differs from these standards, the following guidelines, pertaining to the equivalent Australian Standards section shall be adhered to:


1. Traffic Control Devices for General Use

2. Traffic Signals