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BSI - BS 5489-2

Code of practice for the design of road lighting — Part 2: Lighting of tunnels

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Organization: BSI
Publication Date: 30 April 2016
Status: active
Page Count: 44
ICS Code (Street lighting and related equipment): 93.080.40

Document History

BS 5489-2
April 30, 2016
Code of practice for the design of road lighting — Part 2: Lighting of tunnels
A description is not available for this item.
December 11, 2003
Code of practice for the design of road lighting - Part 2: Lighting of tunnels
A description is not available for this item.
December 11, 2003
Code of practice for the design of road lighting - Part 2: Lighting of tunnels
A description is not available for this item.
December 11, 2003
Code of practice for the design of road lighting - Part 2: Lighting of tunnels
A description is not available for this item.
August 15, 1992
Road lighting - Part 2: Code of practice for lighting for traffic routes
Recommendations for all-purpose routes up to 15 m in width for single carriageways and up to 2 x 11 m in width for dual carriageways. Motorways are not included. An installation design procedure is...
March 31, 1987
Road lighting Part 2. Code of practice for lighting for traffic routes
Recommendations for all-purpose routes up to 15 m in width for single carriageways and up to 2 x 11 m in width for dual carriageways. Motorways are not included. An installation design procedure is...
September 30, 1974
Code of practice for road lighting. Lighting for traffic routes (Group A)
Recommendations for lighting all-purpose traffic routes (excluding motorways). Tables of recommended spacing for both CO and SCO lanterns in various arrangements at mounting heights of 10 m and 12 m.

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