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List of Traffic Signs in the Philippines

To get a DRIVER'S LICENSE in the Philippines, you need to pass the LTO (Land Transporatation Office) Driver's License Exam. And part of that exam is identifying the traffic signs and road signs in the Philippines. If you want to pass the exam and get a high score, you need to study the common traffic/road signs in the Philippines. These traffic signs are the signs that you see erected at the side or above the road. Be aware of these signs when you drive or travel in the road.

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The Philippines follows its rules towards traffic and road signs from the Vienna Convention on Road Signs and Signals, alongside with other countries such India, Greece and Italy.
 
The Vienna Convention on Road Signs and Signals is an international treaty designed to increase road safety and aid international road traffic by standardizing the signing system for road traffic (road signs, traffic lights, and road markings) in use internationally.
 
The Convention classify all road signs into a number of categories:
  1. DANGER WARNING SIGNS
  2. PRIORITY SIGNS
  3. PROHIBITORY OR REGULATORY SIGNS
  4. MANDATORY SIGNS
  5. INFORMATION, FACILITIES OR SERVICE SIGNS
Here's a huge list of traffic signs in the Philippines.

Danger Warning Signs
 
Warning signs can indicate any potential hazard, obstacle or condition requiring special attention.
 
Warning Sign - Warning Sign
 
Congestion Sign - Congestion Sign
 
Crossroad Sign - Crossroad Sign
 
Y-Junction Sign - Y-Junction Sign
 
Traffic Circle Sign - Traffic Circle Sign
 
Two-way traffic signs - Two-way Traffic Sign
 
Gentle Curve Signs - Gentle Curve Signs
 
Sharp Curve Signs - Sharp Curve Signs
 
Hairpin Curve Sign - Hairpin Curve Signs
 
Winding Road Signs - Winding Road Signs
 
Combined Curve Signs - Combined Curve Signs
 
Lane Ends Signs - Lane Ends Signs
 
Traffic Signal Ahead Sign - Traffic Signal Ahead Sign
 
Traffic Control Stop Ahead Sign - Traffic Control Stop Ahead Sign
 
Pedestrian Crossing Sign - Pedestrian Crossing Sign
 
Pedestrian Sign - Pedestrian Sign
 
Farm Animals Signs - Farm Animals Signs
 
Narrow Bridge Sign - Narrow Bridge Signs
 
Speed Humps Sign - Hump Sign
 
Slippery Road Sign - Slippery Road Sign
 
Falling Rocks Sign - Falling Rocks Sign
 
Reduced Visibility Sign - Reduced Visibility Sign
 
Electric Shock Sign - Electric Shock Sign
 
Sharp Curve Chevron Signs - Sharp Curve Chevron Signs
 
Sharp Curve Signs - Sharp Curve Signs
 
Flagman Ahead Sign - Flagman Ahead Sign
 
Men At Work Sign - Men At Work Sign
 
 
Priority Signs
 
Priority traffic signs indicate the order in which vehicles should pass intersection points. Common examples of these are:
 
Stop Sign - Stop Sign
 
Go Sign - Go Sign
 
Yield Sign - Yield Sign
 
Yield to Pedestrian Sign - Yield to Pedestrian Sign
 
No Entry Sign - No Entry Sign
 
Yield to Oncoming Traffic Sign - Yield to Oncoming Traffic Sign
 
One Way Roadway Signs - One-Way Roadway Signs
 
 
Prohibitory or Regulatory Signs
 
Prohibitory traffic signs are used to prohibit certain types of maneuvers or some types of traffic. Common examples are:
 
Speed Limit Sign - Speed Limit Sign
 
Mass Limit Sign - Mass Limit Sign
 
Height Restriction Sign - Height Restriction Sign
 
Length Restriction Sign - Length Restriction Sign
 
Excessive Noise Prohibited Sign - Excessive Noise Prohibited Sign
 
Unauthorized Vehicles Prohibited Sign - Unauthorized Vehicles Prohibited Signals
 
No Left Turn Sign - No Left Turn Sign
 
No Right Turn Sign - No Right Turn Sign
 
Left Turn Ahead Prohibited Sign - Left Turn Ahead Prohibited Sign
 
Right Turn Ahead Prohibited Sign - Right Turn Ahead Prohibited Sign
 
No U-Turn Prohibited Sign - No U-Turn Sign
 
Overtaking Prohibited Sign - Overtaking Prohibited Sign
 
No Parking Sign - No Parking Sign
 
No Stopping Sign - No Stopping Sign
 
No Pedestrian Allowed - No Pedestrian Allowed
 
No Bicycle Allowed - No Bicycle or Pedal Cycle Allowed
 
No Taxi Allowed - No Taxi Allowed
 
No Bus Allowed - No Bus Allowed
 
 
Mandatory Signs
 
Mandatory signs are road signs which are used to set the obligations of all traffic which use a specific area of road. Unlike prohibitory or restrictive signs, mandatory signs tell traffic what is must do, rather than must not do. Common examples are:
 
Maximum Speed Limit - Minimum Speed Sign
 
Maximum Gross Weight Sign - Maximum Gross Weight Sign
 
Keep Left Sign - Keep Left Sign
 
Keep Right Sign - Keep Right Sign
 
Pedestrians Only Sign - Pedestrians Only Sign
 
Taxi Only Sign - Taxi Only Sign
 
Bus Only Sign - Bus Only Sign
 
Pay Toll Sign - Pay Toll Sign
 
Roundabout Sign - Roundabout Sign
 
Switch Head Lamps On Sign - Switch Head Lamps On Sign
 
 
Information, Facilities or Service Sign
 
Service Signs are those that indicates a specific facility by which many can find useful, especially those that can be used for medical purposes, security, and food. Common examples are:
 
Parking Area Sign - Parking Area Sign
 
Hospital Sign - Hospital Sign
 
 
 
Other Traffic or Road Signs
 
You can also study the traffic signs below. These are the International Standard Signs:
 
Traffic Signs in the Philippines
 
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Do you have any problem identifying the traffic signs in the Philippines? Or do you know other traffic or roads signs not included above. Let us know in the comment below.
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11 Ron   (22 August 2017 10:48 AM)
What does 851, 850 or any 3 three figured numbers backed with white on a big square signs on the road means? They can be seen on highways. please?

10 Dario Unidad Orca   (07 August 2017 12:19 PM)
What is the big number sign like 501 or 611 means. The number is color black with white background.

9 Cleo Midis   (31 January 2017 9:11 AM)
What is the cancellation sign? How is one supposed to know until where a prohibition (speed, parking, overtaking etc.) is valid?

8 miko   (09 January 2017 11:01 PM)
what is the road sign (number 7 or 9) placed in each side of the road?

7 Moriah   (12 September 2016 10:28 AM)
Is there a complete list of all road signs that are used here in the Philippines? Is it too much to ask if you could send it to me via e-mail? Please and thank you!

5 Benj Luad Libarnes   (09 August 2016 11:41 AM)
Can you please featured some road markings?

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6 admin   (10 August 2016 8:55 AM)
Benj, we'll be posting them soon.

4 Benj Luad Libarnes   (09 August 2016 11:39 AM)
can you send me also the different types of road markings. thank you.

3 denis deloyola   (29 July 2016 9:29 AM)
can i ask pictures or diagrams regarding yellow lines for road safety, thank you very much.

2 Hamloy   (30 May 2016 10:58 AM)
Good day to all,

I would like to know about the standard and its measurement of Pedestrian signage. In my observation in the hi-ways, I observed that three signage (pedestrian, road left, and pedestrian crossing ahead) in one stand. My question is, is that standard, if it is may I know the details and its measurement of this?

Thanks.

1 Dr. Disi Yap Alba   (28 February 2016 9:30 PM)
I would like to know the Philippine law that limits the speed limit of vehicles and noise passing in a hospital area? Because we would like to put up a sign for vehicles to slow down in hospital area and no honking nor creating noise in passing in a
hospital area. thank you so much if ever you can give me the law.