approach signal

approach signal

[ə′prōch ‚sig·nəl]
(civil engineering)
A railway signal warning an engineer of a signal ahead that displays a restrictive indication.
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Clarke Institute CEO Sanath Panawennage said when the approach signal turns amber the train is expected to slow down but instead the driver in the S11 train had applied brakes traveling at 80kmph.
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