The road signs in Baustralia are similar to North Armerican, and some European style road signs, with a few differences. They are currently managed by the Baustralian Road Signals Standardization system.
The BRSS system came into place in 2017 to regulate road and highway signs and markers, as well as set regulations to enforce these signals.
BRRS Revision 1
The BRSS Revision 1 (BRSSR1) is the current manual created in 2017. It contains these entries.
- Regulatory signs
Stop sign (Arrêt; French)
Stop sign (Alto; Spanish)
Stop sign (Sistere; Latin)
Stop sign (Halte; Baustralian)
Stop sign (Tomaru; Japanese)
- Speed signs
Used to tell traffic what the speed limit is in this area
No Speed limit
Used to tell traffic that there is no speed limit on this road
Used to tell traffic that the speed sign above is denoting the minimum speed
Used to tell traffic that the sign above is no longer in effect
- Route symbols and markers
Baustralian Road Marker
Denotes a federal road or highway
Flavorian Road Marker
Denotes a Flavorian provincial road or highway
Mild Pondian Road Marker
Denotes a Mild Pondian provincial road or highway
Informs the entering of a town
Informs the entering of a county
Informs the entering of a province
Informs the entering of a HR Possesion
Informs the entering of Baustralia
Baustralia sign (highway variant)
Informs the entering of Baustralia, and default speed limits.