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Road signs - Vector stencils library

The vector stencils library "Road signs" contains 58 symbols of road signs for labeling the road and route maps, directional and transit maps, street and locator maps.
"Traffic signs or road signs are signs erected at the side of or above roads to give instructions or provide information to road users.
... many countries have adopted pictorial signs or otherwise simplified and standardized their signs to overcome language barriers, and enhance traffic safety. Such pictorial signs use symbols (often silhouettes) in place of words and are usually based on international protocols. Such signs were first developed in Europe, and have been adopted by most countries to varying degrees." [Traffic sign. Wikipedia]
The pictograms example "Road signs - Vector stencils library" was created using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the Directional Maps solution from the Maps area of ConceptDraw Solution Park.
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Danger place
Danger place, danger place,
Intersection
Intersection, intersection,
Intersection 2
Intersection 2, intersection,
Bend
Bend, bend,
Double bend
Double bend , double bend ,
Two-way traffic
Two-way traffic, two-way traffic,
Mobile bridge
Mobile bridge, mobile bridge,
Light signal
Light signal, light signal,
Pedestrian crossing
Pedestrian crossing, pedestrian crossing,
Road work
Road work, road work,
Back-up
Back-up, back-up,
Give way
Give way, give way,
Crossing
Crossing, crossing,
Stop
Stop, stop,
Roundabout
Roundabout, roundabout,
Pass this side
Pass this side, pass this side,
Direction to be followed
Direction to be followed, direction to be followed,
One-way street
One-way street, one-way street,
Cycle track
Cycle track, cycle track,
No entry
No entry, no entry,
No entry both directions
No entry both directions, no entry both directions,
No power vehicles
No power vehicles, no power vehicles,
No U-turns
No U-turns, no U-turns,
No passing without stopping
No passing without stopping, no passing without stopping,
No standing and parking
No standing and parking, no standing and parking,
No parking
No parking, no parking,
Speed limit
Speed limit, speed limit,
Height limit
Height limit, height limit,
Width limit
Width limit, width limit,
Weight limit
Weight limit, weight limit,
Priority over oncoming traffic
Priority over oncoming traffic, priority over oncoming traffic,
Streetcar or regular buses
Streetcar or regular buses, streetcar or regular buses,
Taxi status
Taxi status, taxi status,
Beginning that speed 30-Zone
Beginning that speed 30-Zone, speed, zone,
End that speed 30-Zone
End that speed 30-Zone, speed, zone, end,
Pedestrian crossing 2
Pedestrian crossing 2, pedestrian crossing,
Police
Police, police,
Hotel
Hotel, hotel,
Breakdown service
Breakdown service, breakdown service,
Restaurant
Restaurant, restaurant,
P + R
P + R, P + R,
Restroom
Restroom, restroom, WC,
Fuel
Fuel, fuel,
Telephone
Telephone, telephone,
Recommended speed
Recommended speed, recommended speed,
Nodal point of a motorwa
Nodal point of a motorwa, nodal point of a motorway,
Parking
Parking, parking,
Dead end
Dead end, dead end,
Motorway
Motorway, motorway,
End motorway
End motorway, end motorway,
Populated zone
Populated zone, populated zone,
End populated zone
End populated zone, end populated zone,
Parking with clock
Parking with clock, parking with clock,
Number sign (motorway)
Number sign (motorway), number sign, motorway,
Exit
Exit, exit,
Direction to place
Direction to place, direction to place,
Board of announcement of exit
Board of announcement of exit, board of announcement of exit,
Number sign (federal highway)
Number sign (federal highway), number sign, federal highway,

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