1. The content of the traffic signs is not appropriate. At present, the road signs on some national and provincial highways indicate relatively close places, and lack remote controlled destinations. As a result, such traffic signs can only serve nearby road users. Greatly reduce the service level and capacity of the road. In the new environment, the earlier set of traffic signs cannot meet the current needs of use, and relevant information adjustments are needed.
2. The set flags are redundant. The setting of signs is relatively random and has no purpose. They are often set to solve a single problem. The lack of awareness of overall consideration has caused the phenomenon of excessive signs and information overload on the road.
3. The location of the logo is unreasonable. Some signs are set too close or too far. Setting it too close will leave the driver's reaction time too short, and setting it too far will easily cause the driver to forget the information after reading it. These will cause certain safety hazards to the driver. There are also signs set up with varying degrees of occlusion by road trees, causing road users to be unable to grasp the information they need in time.
4. The setting content of the flag is not continuous and the setting is not systematic. Before GB5768-2009, the content of setting signs was more complicated, such as road signs, which contained both place names and mileage. After the implementation of the new national standard, the mileage in the content of road signs was cancelled. During the construction process of some roads, due to various reasons, only the guide signs were set up, and the location distance signs were not set, and the warning signs and route confirmation signs were not set up at the A-level intersections, which easily increased the feelings of road users. Certainty has greatly compromised the overall service capacity and level of our roads.