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Temporary Supplementary
TCD Code: TG1
MOTSAM: RG-4
TCD Rule: R1-8

Temporary supplementary sign is to show the speed restriction is temporary. These are placed at the beginning of a restricted speed zone. To be used in combination with SPEED RESTRICTION sign. To be u...
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Works End Supplementary
TCD Code: TG2
MOTSAM: TW-16
TCD Rule: W1-1.9A

Works End supplementary sign is used at the end of the work site. Alternative sign is WORKS END THANK YOU. To be used on Level 1 & 2 roads.
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Thank You Supplementary
TCD Code: TG31
MOTSAM: TW-17
TCD Rule: W7-7

Thank you supplementary sign is used at the end of the work site. Alternative sign is WORKS END THANK YOU. To be used on Level 1 & 2 roads
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Road Marking
MOTSAM: TW 1.4

2 Line Supplementary - This sign is used to indicate that road marking is being carried out This sign can be used on either Level 1 Roads or Level 2/3 Roads sign size depicts what Level it should ...
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Works End Thank You
TCD Code: TG32
MOTSAM: TW-16/17
TCD Rule: -

Works End Thank You supplementary sign is used at the end of the work site. Alternative signs are WORKS END or THANK YOU supplementary . To be used on Level 1 & 2 roads
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Dry Your Brakes
TCD Code: TG4
MOTSAM: TW-19
TCD Rule: W7-6

This sign is used to indicate the end of a section of road that has been signed with TW2.1 Flooding advance warning sign. This sign can be used on either Level 1 Roads or Level 2/3 Roads sign size...
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Cement Splashes
TCD Code: TG51
MOTSAM: TW-24.1
TCD Rule: W7-5

This sign should be used where road work sites have cement stabilisation being undertaken and vehicles traveling on a saturated pavement can become contaminated with cement splashes.
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Lime Splashes
TCD Code: TG52
MOTSAM: TW-24.1
TCD Rule: W7-5.1

This sign is used to augment other signs at road work sites where lime stablisation is being undertaken and vehicles traveling on a saturated pavement can become contaminated with lime or cement splas...
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