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National Traffic Signal Specification dated November 2012; Revision 3

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By daniel.crosswell 2018-08-10 16:49:10
Topic: National Traffic Signal Specification dated November 2012; Revision 3

Hi there,

Where is the best place to find the National Traffic Signal Specification & TMU standards?

Cheers

Dan

 
Posted : June 8, 2023 5:20 pm
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2018-08-10 18:27:09

Re: National Traffic Signal Specification dated November 2012; Revision 3

Hi Daniel,

We aim to have the P43 National Signals Specification 'housed' here on the SNUG website shortly.

At the moment you can see the consultation version online at https://www.nzta.govt.nz/about-us/consu … c-signals/

Welcome to the forum πŸ™‚

 
Posted : June 8, 2023 5:21 pm
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2018-09-12 13:08:06

Re: National Traffic Signal Specification dated November 2012; Revision 3

Hi Daniel,

SNUG now have the NZTA P43 Specification for Traffic Signals available on the SNUG Specifications page - http://snug.org.nz/specifications/

You can also access this from the menu on the SNUG homepage.

We also have the regional special conditions available here, along with contact information for the 'local' signals contacts.

 
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Hi Jason, thanks for your comment.Β 

 
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