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07 Nov 2012
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We would like to make you aware of a new TV campaign the RSA has developed in conjunction with The National Roads Authority (NRA) to be launched today Wednesday November 7th. The broadcasting times are as follows

 

 

WED

07/11/2012

RTE1

1820

50

RTE NEWS: SIX ONE

WED

07/11/2012

RTE2

2040

50

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE - CELTIC V BARCELONA

WED

07/11/2012

TV3

2028

50

IRELANDS ULTIMATE DEBUTANTE

 

 

The objective is to raise awareness of and to educate road users to the presence of new ‘Warning Lines’ and traffic signs on the public roads.

 

The National Roads Authority (NRA) have been updating and improving road markings across Ireland following the updating of the national Traffic Signs Manual which was released by the Department of Transport. As part of this work a new broken white line has been introduced and is currently in use on certain national roads across Ireland. This new broken line (Warning Line) is a longer white line with less space/breaks between the white line markings. (At present existing broken white lines are made up of 3 metre lines followed by a 9 metre gap. The new ‘Warning Lines’ have a 4 metre line followed by a 2 metre gap). The new ‘Warning Line’ is designed to alert a driver where forward visibility is restricted, or on the approach to some other hazard (e.g. a roundabout or other junction).

 

In addition to the ‘Warning Lines’ there are a number of new Traffic Signs being introduced that are highlighted in the advert. These include a new ‘NO ENTRY’, ‘START OF CLIMBING LANE’ AND ‘END OF CLIMBING LANE’ traffic sign.

 

The Rules of the Road are being amended to include guidance on these new additions.

 

To preview the new advertisement please see link below

 

http://www.rsa.ie/RSA/Road-Safety/Campaigns/Current-road-safety-campaigns/Better-Safer-Driver/

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