Know Your Traffic Signs by Great Britain Department for Transport

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Yellow upright signs show the times when waiting or stopping is prohibited in the rank. No waiting in taxi rank during the times shown No stopping in taxi rank during the times shown. The bay includes a broad continuous line to indicate the prohibition of stopping 59 Waiting is prohibited at all times (indicated by double yellow lines). The taxi rank operates from 11 pm to 5 am every day The taxi rank operates every day between 10 am and 4 pm. Waiting is otherwise prohibited from 8 am to 6 pm every day, and loading is prohibited during the morning and evening peak hours from Monday to Friday 60 on-street parking control signs and road markings The sign shows the times when the bay is used as a taxi rank (overnight) and when it is used for loading by goods vehicles (during the day from Monday to Saturday).

No waiting and loading to the right from morning to evening on the days shown. The changeover point for the waiting restrictions is shown by the transverse mark on the single yellow line. The times shown for peak periods and day-time restrictions may vary 42 on-street parking control signs and road markings No waiting to the left during the days and times indicated. Loading is permitted at all times in this direction. Waiting and loading prohibited to the right at all times throughout the year The prohibition of waiting shown on the upper yellow panel on the plate applies in both directions.

For example, the bay may be reserved for blue badge holders during the day and for loading during early morning and late afternoon. In such cases the bay will not be marked "LOADING ONLY"; it is therefore important to read the upright signs to see who can use the bay at certain times of day. There may be times, such as morning and evening peak periods, when loading is not permitted. In such cases there will be a single yellow line running through the bay and single "no loading" marks on the kerb.

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