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Which of these signs warns you of a level crossing?

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A: Junction (A28)
The sign indicates a junction where the provisions of Chapter 3, Section 18 of the Road Traffic Ordinance (1998:1276) apply.


B: Warning for a junction where road users on a connecting road are obliged to give way or stop (A29)
The sign indicates a junction where drivers of vehicles on connecting roads are obliged to give way or stop. The symbol is adapted to the conditions of the location.


C: Beware of two-way traffic ahead (A25)
This sign indicates that a one-way road is turning into a road with traffic in both directions.


D: Roundabout ahead (A30)


Level crossing = railway/tramway crossing. There is no warning sign called Level crossing, but the following signs are found at a level crossing:


Level crossing with gates (A35)
The sign indicates a junction with a railway or tramway line with gates.


Level crossing without gates (A36)
The sign indicates a junction with a railway or tramway line without gates.


Junction with tramway line (A37)
The sign indicates a junction with a tramway line without gates.


Distance to level crossing (A38)
The signs indicate the distance to a level crossing in a three-bar system. The sign with the three bars is, except for in densely populated areas, erected under one of the following signs; A35, Level crossing with gates, A36, Level crossing without gates, or A37, Junction with tramway line. The sign with two bars indicates that it is two-thirds the distance to the level crossing and the sign with one bar indicates the last third of the distance.


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 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.


Level crossing plate (Y4)
This device is used to make a level crossing more visible.

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