How many traffic signals are there

Swiss traffic signs and signals ( >> to the number list of the traffic signs )
List of traffic signals and road signs
101: right turn
102: Left turn
103: Double curve beginning to the right
104: Double curve beginning to the left
105: Risk of skidding
106: Uneven road surface
107: bottleneck
108: narrowing on the right
109: narrowing on the left
110: Dangerous slope
111: steep incline
112: gravel
113: Rockfall
114: Construction site
115: limits
116: Level crossing without barriers
117: Distance bar
118: Tram
122: pedestrian crossing
123: children
124: Deer crossing
125: animals
126: Two-way traffic
127: light signals
128: planes
129: Cross wind
130: Other dangers
131: traffic jam
201: General driving ban in both directions
202: No entry
203: Prohibition for motor vehicles
204: Prohibition on motorcycles
205: Ban on bicycles and motorbikes
206: Ban on motorcycles
207: Ban on trucks
208: Ban on party cars
209: Prohibition for trailers
209-a: Prohibition for trailers (exception semi-axles / single axles)
210: Prohibition for vehicles with dangerous cargo
211: Prohibition for vehicles with cargo that is hazardous to water
212: Ban on animals
213: Ban on motor vehicles and motorcycles
214: Prohibition for motor vehicles, motorcycles and motorcycles
215: Prohibition for pedestrians
215-1: Skiing prohibited
215-2: Sledging prohibited
215-3: Ban on vehicle-like devices
216: maximum weight
217: axle pressure
218: maximum width
219: maximum height
220: maximum length
230: top speed
230: a-d. Maximum speed 50 in general
231: minimum speed
232: Right direction of travel
233: Left direction of travel
234: Drive around the obstacle on the right
235: Drive around the obstacle on the left
236: Drive straight ahead
237: turn right
238: turn left
239: turn right or left
240: Straight ahead or turn right
241: Straight ahead or turn left
241-1: roundabout
242: Turning to the right is prohibited
243: It is forbidden to turn left
244: No overtaking is allowed
245: Overtaking prohibited for trucks
246: No turning
247: minimum distance
248: Snow chains are mandatory
249: Stopping prohibited
250: No parking
251: Customs stop
252: police
253: End of top speed
253: a-d. End of the maximum speed 50 in general
254: End of the minimum speed
255: End of the overtaking ban
257: End of mandatory snow chains
258: Free ride
259-1 -...: zone signal
259-2 -...: end of zone signal
259-3 -...: pedestrian zone
259-4 -...: End of the pedestrian zone
259-5 -...: encounter zone
259-6 -...: end of the encounter zone
260: cycle path
260: 1 end of the cycle path
261: footpath
262: bridle path
263: Cycle and footpath with separate traffic areas
263: .1 shared cycle and footpath
264: bus lane
265: light signal for temporary closure of lanes
301: Stop
302: No right of way
303: main street
304: End of the main street
305: Junction with street without right of way
306: Branch with right of way
307: Entrance from the right
308: Entrance from the left
309: Give way to oncoming traffic
310: Right of way over oncoming traffic
320: alternating flashing light
321: single flashing light
322: Simple St. Andrew's Cross
323: Double St. Andrew's Cross
324: Simple St. Andrew's Cross
325: Double St. Andrew's Cross
401: Autobahn
402: End of the Autobahn
403: Motorway
404: End of the road
405: Bergpoststrasse
406: End of Bergpoststrasse
407: tunnel
408: one-way street
408: 1 one-way street with two-way traffic from cyclists
409: dead end
410: Water protection area 411: Location of a pedestrian crossing
412: Pedestrian underpass
413: pedestrian overpass
414: Hospital (c Link
415: parking space
416: Parking space for breakdown vehicles
417: Parking allowed
418: Parking with a parking disc
419: End of parking with parking disc
420: Parking for a fee
421: Parking garage
422: Distance and direction of a parking lot
423: Guide for certain types of vehicles
424: Emergency Lane
425: Parking lot with connection to public. Means of transport
Structure of the traffic signs (excerpts from the signaling ordinance of the federal government)
Danger signals
  • Hazard signals usually have the shape of an equilateral triangle, a red border and a black symbol on a white background. In the case of matrix signals, the background can be black and the symbol white.
  • They are only arranged where the guide, who is ignorant of the location, is unable to recognize a danger or recognizes it too late.
Regulation signals (command or prohibition signals)
  • Regulatory signals indicate a command or prohibition; they are usually round. Prohibition signs generally have a red border and a black symbol on a white background; in the case of matrix signals, the background can be black and the symbol white. Bid signals have a narrow white border and a white symbol on a blue background. In the case of short-term signaling, regulation signals can be displayed on a white triangular fall signal. 1
  • Subject to deviating provisions for individual regulation signals, the announced regulation applies at the point or from the point where the signal is located until the end of the next branch; if it should continue to apply, the signal is repeated there. The signals “Maximum speed” (2.30), “Minimum speed” (2.31), “No overtaking” (2.44), “No overtaking for trucks” (2.45), “No stopping” (2.49) and “No parking” (2.50) apply up to the corresponding end signals (2.53, 2.54, 2.55, 2.56, 2.58), but at most up to the end of the next branch. The signal «Maximum speed 50 in general» (2.30.1) applies in the entire densely built-up area of ​​built-up areas (Art. 22 Para. 3; Art. 4a Para. 2 VRV).
Right of way signals
  • Right of way signals indicate that the driver must give right of way to other vehicles or that he has right of way over other vehicles.
  • In terms of their outer shape, priority signals are danger, regulation or warning signals.
Warning signals
  • Signals with informational notes are rectangular or square. They usually have a black symbol in a white field on a blue background.
  • The signals are, subject to deviating provisions for individual signals, at the entrance to the facility, the building or where the displayed service is provided or the corresponding notice applies.