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No. 

Advice Note Title

VERSION/DATE

VIEW/DOWNLOAD

 SOURCE

Welsh Status
 

1

 

 

 

TAL 2/14 Using the core and vac technique at road works

Nov 2014 Link DfT Applicable in Wales
2

TAL 3/14 Using hydraulically bound mixtures at road works

Nov 2014 Link DfT Applicable in Wales
3

TAL 4/14 Using cementitious mixtures at road works

Nov 2014 Link DfT Applicable in Wales
4

TAL 5/14 Using temporary backfill at road works

Nov 2014 Link DfT Applicable in Wales
5

TAL 6/14 Using road plates at road works

Nov 2014 Link DfT Applicable in Wales
6

TAL 7/14 Mapping underground assets

Nov 2014 Link DfT Applicable in Wales
7

TAL 8/14 Implementing extended working hours at road works

Nov 2014 Link DfT Applicable in Wales
1 Temporary White on Red Signs

TAL 01/14    

 (April 2014)

DfT The 2013 Safety Code specifies that a TTRO is required in Wales in order to close a road. Additionally these signs would need to be bilingual, preferably Welsh above English.
2

 

Shared Use Routes for Pedestrians and Cyclists

 

Local Transport Note

1/12 - Sept 2012

DfT  
3

Portable Traffic Signals for the Control of Vehicular Traffic

2/11 DfT  
4

 

Signal-controlled Pedestrian Facilities at Portable Traffic Signals

 

3/11

(April 2013)

DfT Applicable in Wales

Associated signage would need to be bilingual, preferably Welsh above English.