woensdag 25 januari 2017

Signs

How many signs can you have. This is a crossing in Amsterdam. The yellow signs warns the taxidrivers that the tramway has been demolished and they can't use their exemption.
The other signs are for cyclists, the green ones  are meant for long distances, if you want to cycle to Brussels for instance you have 340 km ahead!
Linking to "Signs, signs"

17 opmerkingen:

  1. What a bounty of signs you spotted! (Including the rainbow flag)

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  2. If I tried reading aloud the taxi sign, I'd end up sounding like I was speaking German, not Dutch.

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  3. Could be a wee bit confusing Marianne, cycling to Brussels sounds like hard work ­čśŐ

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  4. It's good to know where you are going.. :)

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  5. Ik kan me goed voorstellen dat het voor bijv. toeristen heel verwarrend kan zijn.

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  6. Nice that they have signs just for cyclists!

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  7. Sometimes there is just one too many signs for road users.

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  8. You have to read the appropriate sign before continuing. It is nice to know where you are going and how far.

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  9. 211 miles! Let's see, at 10mph and, oh, let's say an easy 50 miles a day. That's five days. Hope there's some places nice to stay along the way. :-)

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  10. Quite a few signs there. I love those beautiful buildings!

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  11. I am thinking folks don't like signs....unless of f course you need one.

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  12. Cycling to Brussels? Wow, you need strong legs for that, and it could take a while too!
    A lot of signs makes for some confusion I think.

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  13. It would be easier to stop and read these signs while on a bike (or foot) than in a car!

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