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Poland Traffic Signs

  • The road signs in Poland differ little from those in other Europeam countries.
  • However, the triangular warning signs in Poland have a yellow instead of white background and a narrow red border.
  • A rectangular white sign with a black silhouette of a village or townscape indicates the start of the built-up area. The same sign with a slanting red line indicates the end of the built-up area. A rectangular green sign with a white place name also indicates the start of the built-up area.

Car and motorcycle

  • The command sign Give way is a yellow triangle on its tip with a narrow red border.
  • A round blue sign with a tire with a snow chain on it means that snow chains are mandatory.
  • A round blue sign with a white number on it (e.g. 30) indicates the minimum speed.
  • A round white sign with a red border and a black arrow curving to the left (or right) with a diagonal red line through it means: No turn left (or right).
  • A round white sign with a red border and a horn with a red diagonal line through it means that it is prohibited to blow the horn.

Bicycle and pedestrians

  • A round blue sign with a bicycle and pedestrians and a horizontal white line in between, means: compulsory path for pedestrians and cyclists, where pedestrians have the right of way.
  • A round blue sign with a bicycle and pedestrians and a vertical white line in between, means: compulsory path for pedestrians and cyclists with separate lanes for pedestrians and cyclists.