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Manual of uniform traffic control devices. part 3
Bib ID 3665631
Format BookBook
Edition 2003 ed. 
Description [Brisbane] : Dept. of Main Roads, 2003 
197 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 30 cm. 
Notes

"This part of the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (Queensland) has been based on Australian Standards AS1742.3-2002, Traffic Control Devices for Works on Roads. It updates the specification of traffic control devices for roadworks previously given in 1995 Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices and Departmental document Works on Roads"--Preface.

Includes index.

Subjects Traffic signs and signals - Standards - Queensland.  |  Traffic safety - Standards - Queensland.  |  Roads - Australia - Maintenance and repair.
Other authors/contributors Queensland. Dept. of Main Roads
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Part 3 works on roads

Part three works on roads

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