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9.—(1) When a sign shown in diagram 618.4, 622.2, 645, 647, 664, 666, 667.2, 668.2, 673, 675 or 964 is placed to indicate the point at which traffic on a road ceases to be subject to a restriction, requirement, prohibition or speed limit, the sign shall be placed on the road as near as practicable to that point.
(2) Where a length of road ceases to be subject to a speed limit and becomes subject to a national speed limit, the sign shown in diagram 671 shall be placed at or as near as practicable to the point where the speed limit ends and a national speed limit begins, except in a case where a restriction of speed has been imposed under section 14 of the 1984 Act by reason of works which are being or are proposed to be executed on or near the road in which case
(a)the sign shown—
(i)in diagram 7006; or
(ii)in diagram 7001 when placed in combination with the plate shown in diagram 645;
shall be placed as indicated above in this paragraph; and
(b)the sign shown in diagram 671 may also be so placed.
(3) When a sign shown in diagram 671, 673 or 675 is placed to indicate the point at which traffic on a road ceases to be subject to a speed limit—
(a)where the road has only one carriageway, one such sign shall be placed on each side of the carriageway of the road; or
(b)where the road has more than one carriageway, one such sign shall be placed on each side of each carriageway on which the speed limit ends.