A Collection of information from the 2012-2013 Oregon Drivers Manual
RED Highway Sign
WHITE Highway Sign
CAD YELLOW Highway Sign
ORANGE Highway Sign
HANSA YELLOW Highway Sign
GREEN Highway Sign
Guidance or Informational
BROWN Highway Sign
HISTORICAL, CULTURAL, RECREATIONAL
BLUE Highway Sign
This eight-sided sign means just what it says-STOP. You must stop at a marked stop line or crosswalk on the pavement if there is one. If there is no stop line or crosswalk, stop before the unmarked crossing area. If there are no pedestrians, pull forward until you can see traffic you can see traffic coming from your left and right, but before you get into the intersection. You may continuously drive through the intersection or enter the intersection and make your turn, after looking both ways for oncoming traffic. Yield right of way to traffic in the intersection or close enough to be a hazard.
This sign means you should reduce speed and, if needed for safety, stop the same as you would for a stop sign. Yield right of way to traffic in the intersection or close enough to be an immediate hazard.
DO NOT ENTER-SQUARE
This sign warns you not to enter a road or freeway in the wrong direction. You will see this sign if you are going the wrong way.
NO LEFT TURN
NO RIGHT TURN
NO U TURN
This indicates the maximum speed in miles per hour. It begins where this sign is posted and ends where a different speed sign is posted.
RIGHT TURN PERMITTED WITHOUT STOPPING
This sign is displayed below stop signs Traffic turning right may turn without stopping. Other traffic must stop and yield right of way.
A traffic island, median or obstruction divides the road ahead. Keep to the side indicated by the arrow.
DO NOT PASS
This sign indicates that you may not pass because sight distance is restricted or other conditions make overtaking and passing unsafe.
NO TURN ON RED
You may not turn during the red light. You must wait for the signal to turn green.
Traffic flows only in the direction of the arrow
LANE USE CONTROL
These sigs are used where turning movements are required or where turning movements are permitted from lanes as shown.
CENTER LANE TURN ONLY
share the center lane for left turns from both directions
RAILROAD CROSSBUCK ASSEMBLY
These signs identify a railroad crossing. You must YIELD or STOP as posted.
Be alert for people crossing your path. Slow down and be ready to stop.
YELLOW DIAMOND SHAPED SIGN WITH PERSON AND BYCICLE
MULTIUSE PATH CROSSING
Bicyclists and pedestrians regularly cross the road in the area. Drive with caution and be ready to stop.
A four-way intersection is ahead. Be alert for cross traffic entering the roadway.
A "T" intersection is ahead. Be alert for vehicles entering the roadway from the left or right as shown on the sign.
RIGHT CURVE WITH SAFE SPEED INDICATION
There is a curve ahead to the right. A suggested safe speed for the curve may appear just below the sign.
SHARP RIGHT TURN
There is a sharp right turn to the right in the road ahead.
A railroad crossing is ahead. Look, listen, and slow down because you may have to stop.
The road ahead is winding, with a series of turns or curves.
TWO WAY TRAFFIC AHEAD
The one-way street or roadway with a median or divider in the middle joins a two way roadway ahead. You will then be facing oncoming traffic.
DIVIDED HIGHWAY BEGINS OR ENDS
A median or divider splits the highway into two separate roadways, and each roadway is one way. Keep to the right. The signs are opposite of each other and determine the beginning or end of a divided highway.
States the safe speed on a freeway entrance or exit ramp. Slow down to the speed shown.
Traffic signal lights are ahead. Slow down and be ready to stop.
A sharp change in the direction of the road is at the sign, such as a sharp curve that is not completely visible or a lane swerves around and obstacle in the road.
There is a roundabout (intersection) ahead. Slow down and prepare to yield to traffic in the roundabout.
There is a stop sign ahead. Slow down and prepare to stop.
REDUCED SPEED LIMIT AHEAD
There is a reduced speed limit ahead. Prepare to slow down.
Deer often cross the road in this area. Be alert. Slow down if you see deer or other wildlife.
Traffic is merging from the side shown on the sign. Drivers on the through land have the right of way, but drivers in both lanes are responsible for merging smoothly.
The overpass ahead has a low clearance. Do not proceed if your vehicle is too tall to pass under it.
teh indicated lane ends soon. Drivers in that lane must merge into the through lane. Drivers in the through lane should allow vehicles to merge smoothly.
SLIPPERY WHEN WET
The pavement is unusually slick when wet. Reduce speed. Do not brake hard or change direction suddenly. Increase the distance between your vehicle and the vehicle in front of you.