The European Code for Signs and Signals on Inland Waterways (SIGNI) provides recommendations for the competent authorities for the installation and application of buoyage and marking on European inland waterways contained in the fifth revision of CEVNI (TRANS/SC.3/115/Rev.5). This new edition of SIGNI is based on revision 2 of Resolution No. 22 and the Guidelines for Waterways Signs and Marking (Resolution No. 59, revision 2). This edition has been prepared with the participation of River Commissions and the CEVNI Expert Group as well as contributions from the Chairs of the Joint International VTT and Inland ECDIS Expert Group and the International Association of Marine Aids to Navigation and Lighthouse Authorities (IALA). SIGNI – European Code for Signs and Signals on Inland Waterways – Resolution No. 90 -- Annex to Resolution No. 90 EUROPEAN CODE FOR SIGNS AND SIGNALS ON INLAND WATERWAYS (SIGNI) -- General -- Visibility of signs and lights -- Buoyage and marking of the waterway -- Buoyage and marking of lakes and broad waterways -- Lights -- Installation of signs and marking in characteristic sections of the river -- Marking of harbour entrances -- Marking of permanent structures -- Blockage of the waterway -- Marking of prohibited or restricted zones -- Variable message signs to regulate traffic -- Installation of radar reflectors -- Monitoring of signs and marking by AIS Aids to Navigation-- Regional and national special requirements -- Appendix 1 - Minimal dimensions of the signs from annexes 7 and 8 of the European Code for Inland Waterways -- Appendix 2 - Properties of lights -- Appendix 3 - Colours of reflected light for navigation signs -- Appendix 4 - Rhythmic lights -- Appendix 5 - Recommendations for the lighting of traffic signs -- Appendix 6 - Examples of variable-message traffic signs --
DateNew York ; Geneva : UN, 2018
xi, 208 p.: ill.
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