Traffic Signs Review Committee (Worboy Committee): experimental signing; Great North Road
|Location||National Archives (see all files stored here)|
|File base||Series MT, subseries MT 95|
Some details concerning experimental signs that were erected on four stretches of the Great North Road. They appear to have been used as test signs for the Worboys Commission, which eventually determined the new continental-style signs introduced in 1964.
Small diagrams of them are included, but they are the sort that were sent to sign manufacturers at the time - not pattern accurate; more a pencil sketch of the sign with typed text and approximations of the symbols. Apart from this, it's mostly a disappointing series of letters to and from sign manufacturers, lists of costs, account sheets, receipts and the like.
Links to other files
- MT 95/8 Advance direction signs: London-Folkestone-Dover trunk road (1948-1950)
- MT 95/201 Advance direction signs: experimental signs on A.40; Oxfordshire CC (1957-1966)
- MT 95/605 Traffic sign design: signs for all-purpose trunk roads built to motorway standards (1959-1964)
- MT 95/606 Traffic sign design: drawings (1959-1964)
- MT 112/303 Revision of the Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 1964 : consultation : correspondence, minutes and press notice (1969-1970)
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