Changed Priorities Ahead sign

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    1. lucymac 67 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing this photo. I've used it, with credit and a link, to illustrate a quote at Positive Attitude Quotes.

    2. navonod 60 months ago | reply

      great photo!

    3. maureenlee43 53 months ago | reply

      Thanks for this wonderful photo that was a perfect fit for my blog post, which was about "big changes ahead" at http://www.ideal-way.blogspot.com

    4. George T, SLC 45 months ago | reply

      Reportedly it means "Lane Shifts Ahead".

    5. R/DV/RS 45 months ago | reply

      Sort of. It's a not uncommon British sign, indicating that there has been a change in the road layout in some way, warning drivers that, if they were previously familiar with the layout, they shouldn't assume that it is still the same.

      It's most often used on traffic signals where the sequence has been changed, for instance from left/ahead, right, pedestrian, left/ahead etc to left/right, pedestrian, ahead.

      It's also used when a road layout changes so that was was previously a through road with a left or right junction becomes a road that turns left or right and traffic going straight on now stops instead.

      This particular sign was at the back of the BBC Broadcasting House in London, where major development works had caused the latter change in road layout.

    6. kateab@btinternet.com 44 months ago | reply

      Thanks. I've used this on my blog at thefivefsblog.blogspot.com

    7. Mandi Ehman 37 months ago | reply

      Thank so much for making this available under Creative Commons. I used it in a post here: success.yourway.net/simplify-your-life-by-defining-your-p...
      Mandi

    8. girlfromaapi 11 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the information. I saw one like it in England and wasn't sure what it meant.

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