Talk:Road signs in Belgium

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Index -> anchors

I wanted to make an index of the signs, but having "Description [edit]]" in a cell was ugly.
So, I made each sign ID an anchor so that other documents can refer to a particular sign. With this command:

perl -pe 's/^\|\s*([A-Z]\d*[a-z]*)\s*/| {{anchor|\1}}[[#\1|\1]]\n/' signs.txt >newsigns.txt

--Papou (talk) 18:52, 27 August 2013 (UTC)


what does thit sign mean? Border-sign.jpg --Cbm 00:47, 11 July 2009 (UTC)

It means that in Belgium, goods vehicles over 3.5 tons aren't allowed to overtake other vehicles on roads with two lanes in each direction (unless explicitely signed that they can, with sign F107). --Eimai 11:38, 11 July 2009 (UTC)
this seems to be standard for all belgium roads. Maybe we should catch this fact in a rule for the default-restrictions/speeds --Cbm 17:07, 11 July 2009 (UTC)
Where are you putting these rules then? --Eimai 18:59, 11 July 2009 (UTC)
maybe we can catch these info within the new zone:traffic-Proposal? --Cbm 01:07, 12 July 2009 (UTC)

No entry

Using oneway tag for roads that have 'no entry' sign on one end is not appropriate for roads that don't have 'oneway' sign on other end. There seems to be no correct tag for 'no entry' sign at the moment. Closest thing I could find is on the discussion page of turn restrictions .