The end of restriction sign is the rounded octagonal sign that shows where a prohibited situation ends and a non-prohibited situation begins. Yellow diagonal lines pointing away from the sign show that the situation on one side of the sign is changing. The other diagonal lines show where the change in situation occurs.

The end of restriction sign is a circle with an arrow pointing from the top half of the circle to the bottom half of the circle and then there is a line that divides the two sides. The end of restriction sign looks like a half circle with an arrow pointing through it and then a line in between the two sides.

End of restriction sign is used to show where the restriction ends. The end of the restriction sign is used at the point where a length or speed limit ends, for example:

The end of the restriction sign is used where a parking prohibition ends, for example:

The end of the restriction sign is used when a one-way street becomes two-way,

THE END OF RESTRICTION SIGN

The end of restriction sign is a blue traffic sign with an arrow.

Drivers must obey all restrictions until they pass this sign.

Restrictions may include speed limits, lane use, and turning restrictions.

The end of restriction sign is typically used to indicate that the lane ahead has no other restrictions. As a result, you should never come across any other signs such as a do not enter sign or prohibition sign, because those types of signs would normally be found before the no-restriction sign.