Regulatory signs show you the rules you must follow on the road.
Hazard markers alert you to changes in the road ahead.
Road warning signs
Warning signs help you to navigate through and around hazardous road conditions.
Route marker signs
Route marker signs show you which route a road follows and reassure you that you are continuing along the route.
Road markings in Queensland include lines, painted islands, traffic lane arrows, dividing strips, and turning bays—with most being painted white.
Traffic instruction signs
Traffic instruction signs give you direction and additional information about the road you are travelling on.
Automation of pedestrian crossing signals at intersections
We have made temporary changes to the way our pedestrian crossings work – reducing the need to touch the pedestrian button at traffic lights.
Service and community facilities signs
Service signs show you what kind of facilities you are approaching, including food and rest areas, toilets or emergency services.
Tourist attraction and drive signs
Tourist signs give you information about tourist attractions you are approaching or about the tourist drive you are following.
Roadwork signs help to keep you safe and aware around roadworks.
Election signs are freestanding advertising devices that identify candidates or promote a political party at local, state or federal government elections.