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22 Sep 2013 00:48

Is there anybody that can find a high-quality version of the Lithuanian traffic signs?

This is the best I can find on the internet:
http://eismas.eu/images/docs/KET_2013-0 ... mas.eu.pdf
http://www.eismas.eu/index.php/keliu-ei ... ji-zenklai

Sadly this quality is not acceptable for use in ETS2.. :(
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22 Sep 2013 14:54

I found only lithuanian road number signs.
http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Categ ... _Lithuania

and "No overtaking" LT
http://www.bialomokykla.lt/cache/upload ... ai/325.bmp

Some of ukrainian and russian road signs are similar to lithuanian. Some of these images have size 85x85, but I hope, this will enough for the project. ;]
Speed limit 50: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/c ... _3.29.jpeg (85x85)
No stopping: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/c ... _3.34.jpeg (85x85)
No parking: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/c ... _3.35.jpeg (85x85)
No entry: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/c ... n_3.21.gif

"Give road", "stop", "main road (end)" http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Categ ... of_Ukraine

"Railway crossing" (large) http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/c ... n_1.27.gif
or http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/c ... n_1.28.gif

Watch all ukrainian and russian signs and select the most similar signs.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Road_signs_in_Ukraine
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bildtafel_ ... n_Russland
I hope, that this will helps for your project.
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22 Sep 2013 17:12

Hm 85x85 is the bare minimum but although Ukrainian / Russian signs could be interesting for the future, I would still prefer the original Lithuanian signs.
The quality of the overtaking sign is superb - I would prefer that quality for all of the signs.

As I see you're from Latvia, I am also searching for HQ versions of Latvian speed limits 80km/h (and 100km/h if it exists or whatever is faster than 80)

Thanks
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22 Sep 2013 17:55

Yes, I'm from Latvia. ;]

When I'm was driven to Kaliningrad (Russia) (through Lithuania), I saw very small difference in Lithuanian and Russian traffic signs and sign font is very similar in both countries.

Lithuanian traffic signs is very hard to find in Internet in best quality. I recomended you to use, at least these signs, which I was written separately in my previous post. Of course, if somebody other could find original lithuanian signs in better quality, it will only better. :)

And about latvian traffic signs... You can use default austrian signs (for speed limit only!), default german signs (almost all signs), and default italian signs (for "no stopping/parking" only!) [these are very similar].

Here is the latvian traffic signs. Almost all of them are similar to german signs. ;)
http://likumi.lv/wwwraksti/1999/019020/ ... IDINA1.JPG
http://likumi.lv/wwwraksti/1999/019020/ ... IEGUMA.JPG
(maybe not in best quality, but it could be helpfull)

The maximal allowed speed in Latvia out of city is 90 km/h, and 110 km/h in highway in summer time. (we have highway Sigulda-Rīga-Jelgava [2x2]. It is A2 (A8) / E77). Other latvian roads are simple (1x1)
I hadn't seen "speed limit" 80 and 100, but I had seen "speed limit 70" in real life.

And latvian traffic signs uses font "DIN-1451"
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23 Sep 2013 16:07

Two more original lithuanian signs in HQ. Image
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30 Sep 2013 15:44

It looks like it is nearly impossible to find HQ signs. All I found is listed above plus this 1

http://www.auto-mokykla.lt/UserFiles/Im ... pr/604.GIF

I will try to contact road signs making companies to see if they can help us.

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30 Sep 2013 16:16

Slatkus wrote:It looks like it is nearly impossible to find HQ signs. All I found is listed above plus this 1

http://www.auto-mokykla.lt/UserFiles/Im ... pr/604.GIF

I will try to contact road signs making companies to see if they can help us.
Oh the one you linked to is good to get the arrows, colours and symbols :)

But yes, maybe you can try to contact the Lithuanian Road Traffic Department? I did this for Norway & Finland before and when I said it was for a "hobby project" they were happy to send HQ bitmaps. I don't speak any Lithuanian so maybe you can help :)
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30 Sep 2013 18:47

I'll give it a shot. Will try to call them tomorrow.

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01 Oct 2013 15:39

Here is my today's story of trying to find hq road signs.

I called to the Ministry of Transport And Communication. Nice lady tells me she cannot help me with signs as they don't have and kindly suggests me to call to Lithuanian Road Administration Under The Ministry Of Transport And Communication. I am calling again. Guy answers and tells me he can't help. He gives me contacts of company called Automagistrale (highway). They take care of highway from Klaipeda to Vilnius via Kaunas (A1) and highway Vilnius-Panevezys (A2). That is excact roads which are planed to be in map. I call there. Another nice lady answers and... tells she can't help me. But she gives a number of deputy director and tells me to call him later. I call him later and FINALLY he agrees to help me. I am not sure if he is going to send me what we need (as he many times repeated word "photo") but lets hope for the best. I will give more info as soon as I will get something.

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01 Oct 2013 16:12

Damn that sounded like a lot of work. Thank you very much for the effort!
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