79% of drivers surveyed could not identify the sign ‘with-flow bus and cycle lane'(1).
28% managed to ‘correctly guess this most unknown road sign, as ‘with-flow bus lane ahead which pedal cycles and taxis may also use' (2).
Coming in third place, is the ‘minimum speed' road sign which 70% of those surveyed could not identify its meaning (3).
The most shocking result found was the commonplace ‘no
entry' sign which a staggering 62% of drivers surveyed didn't know what this
road sign meant! (4)
The most recognised sign in the survey was ‘side winds' –where 93% of the drivers surveyed knew this road traffic signs meaning (12). Next came the well-known road sign ‘keep left', of which 75% of people managed to correctly identify it (11).
Another shocking discovery was that the common ‘no stopping' (9) and ‘no waiting' (10) sign which fooled 41% and 42% of respondents respectively.
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1, With Flow bus & cycle lane
2, With Flow bus & cycle lane ahead which pedal cycles & taxis may also use
3, Minimum speed
4, No entry for vehicular traffic
5, Recommended route for pedal cycles
6, Turn left
7, Route to be used by pedal cycles only
8, Level crossing without barrier
9, No stopping
10, No waiting
11, Keep left
12, Side winds
* National Statictics -Reported road casualties in Great Britain, provisional estimates: year ending June 2018