Is it true that train crossing signs do not necessarily have to be posted on private roads with limited traffic?
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Train crossing (A39)
”The sign indicates a crossing railway or tramway with one or more tracks. The sign is posted immediately prior to a level crossing. It does not have to be posted on a private road with limited traffic where it can be omitted without threatening traffic safety. The sign can also be posted at unlevel railway or tramway crossings. The post holding the sign can be fitted with a red/yellow post marking device.”
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