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New Spanish road signs for 2023 announced

A number of new Spanish road signs have been announced for 2023 according to driving site N332.

According to a Facebook post by the organisation on Monday, November 14 the new signage will be rolled out during 2023. 

N332 say that the meaning of the majority of the signs should be obvious, however, they have advised everyone to familiarise themselves with the changes.

Some are said to be merely updates like the replacement of the steam locomotive on the level crossing sign, with a modern engine.

New signage includes a warning for boars crossing the road and a new sign warning of reduced visibility. The latter applying to areas where fog, rain, snow, smoke or other phenomena could reduce visibility for drivers. 

Another new sign is the prohibition of personal mobility vehicles, electric scooters and the like. There is also a sign that obliges cyclists to dismount and continue on foot. 

A new and perhaps less obvious sign is the one that prohibits access for vehicles based on their emissions

 

Full details of the new Spanish road signs are available on the N332 website


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Peter McLaren-Kennedy

Originally from South Africa, Peter is based on the Costa Blanca and is a web reporter for the Euro Weekly News covering international and Spanish national news. Got a news story you want to share? Then get in touch at [email protected]

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    • Peter Thompson

      15 November 2022 • 16:29

      So a sign showing an obvious train is to be replaced by a sign showing what might be a bus, or a tram or a metro. People that are in jobs that produce such nonsense should be made redundant. Too many functionarios and not enough trabajadores . I wonder how many meetings were needed to decide this?

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