What is changing at the Krania junction ?- The prioritisation signs!

Source – FB post of emma hansford

 

Please note that in the context of execution of the project “Conservation and restoration of roads Kranaia – Elios Pronnoi” and specifically in the Kranias Argostoli, Thursday 21/5/2020 to be placed traffic signs to regulate traffic.

 

 

Specifically, in the first roundabout of the above road section (nearest to Argostoli) will be placed P-1 plates “Mandatory concession of priority”, in order to give priority to vehicles moving on the roundabout,

while

in the remaining junctions the priority will remain as is and signs -3 “Priority for incoming road” in the main streams.

In addition, in the context of the general interventions for the upgrade of road safety on the road of Krania, an appropriate marking will be placed that will indicate the existing side road (side dirt road) as a one-way road with .

THE CONTRACTOR

P.E. KEFALONIAS & ITHAKIS
STAVROS P. TRAVLOS

 

The Kefalonia Pulse note

In other words at the Kraft roundabout its UK style, priority if your on the roundabout the other two will remain as they are priority for those joining the roundabout.


The markings that stand out schematically from the rest are four, P-1, P-2, P-3 and P-4.
These priority tags, which either prioritize or concede, are recognizable from the back.

P-1 Mandatory concession of priority. This sign means that at the junction in front of which it is placed, drivers must give priority to vehicles moving on the other side of the road.
P-2 Mandatory stop.
(1) This sign, which is placed before a junction, means a mandatory stop of the vehicle before entering the junction and priority is given to vehicles moving on the road, to which it is approaching.
(2) This sign, which is placed in places other than the junction, means a mandatory stop of the vehicle in the place of the sign and no restart until its driver is confirmed that he can do so without danger.
P-3 Priority route.
P-4 End of priority road.

From the back they look like this (picture 01):


Figure 01: Regulatory plates P-1, P-2, P-3 and P-4 that are also recognized from the back. In the picture they have been placed together with the retaining poles.

source – driversvscode.wordpress.com

One thought on “What is changing at the Krania junction ?- The prioritisation signs!

  • May 21, 2020 at 10:32 am
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    In the Netherland traffic on the round about always has priority, isn’t there a similar rule in Greece? Priority for incoming traffic is pretty dangerous for tourists who aren’t used to it and a situation in which every roundabout has its own set of rules isn’t helping safety either.

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