Chevron-shaped symbols or arrows on rectangular signs may be placed at the actual location of the bend or curve to further mark the location of the curve and to assist in negotiation of the curve. They may also be used to indicate "merge" with other traffic, as for an on-ramp of a limited-access highway.
Also know, what do the arrows on the road mean?
Double white lines where the line nearest to you is broken. This means you may cross the lines to overtake if it is safe, provided you can complete the manoeuvre before reaching a solid white line on your side. White direction arrows on the road indicate that you need to get back onto your side of the road.
What do the road markings mean?
Markings: Colors, Patterns, Meaning. WHITE LINES painted on the pavement indicate traffic traveling in your direction. YELLOW LINES mark the center of a two-way road used for two-way traffic. You may pass on a two-way road if the yellow centerline is broken.
What is a chevron pattern?
A traditional, woven or printed design of zigzags in a stripe layout, also called herringbone. Example(s) of Chevron Pattern. Chevron designs created with Artlandia SymmetryWorks. A chevron pattern created in Artlandia SymmetryMill.