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BS 5489-1:2003+A2:2008

Code of practice for the design of road lighting. Lighting of roads and public amenity areas

Status : Revised, Withdrawn   Published : December 2003 Replaced By : BS 5489-1:2013

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BS 5489-1:2003 gives recommendations on the general principles of road lighting, gives recommendations on aesthetic and technical aspects, and advises on statutory provisions, operation and maintenance.

Rrecommendations ares also given in the following areas:

  • Lighting for all types of highways, public thoroughfares, subways and bridges including those specifically for pedestrians and cyclists
  • Design of lighting for urban centres and public amenity areas
  • Lighting around aerodromes, railways, harbours and navigable waterways, in order to minimize the possibility of the lighting interfering with these modes of transport.

The 2008 amendment contains guidance and recommendations that are intended to support BS EN 13201 and to enable designers of lighting systems to comply with that standard.

BS 5489-2 is applicable to electrical and mechanical engineers, lighting engineers, surveyors, road construction planners and workers and those involved in civil engineering and urban planning.


BS 5489-1:2003 supersedes BS 5489-1:1992, 5489-2:1992,5489-3:1992, 5489-4:1992, 5489-5:1992, 5489-6:1992, 5489-8:1998, 5489-9:1996 and BS 5489-10:1992, which are withdrawn.




Standard NumberBS 5489-1:2003+A2:2008
TitleCode of practice for the design of road lighting. Lighting of roads and public amenity areas
StatusRevised, Withdrawn
Publication Date11 December 2003
Withdrawn Date31 December 2012
Cross ReferencesBS 5266, BS 6100-2, BS 6651:1999, BS 7430, BS 7671, BS 8300, BS EN 40, BS EN 12464-1:2002, BS EN 12665, BS EN 12767, BS EN 13201-2:2003, BS EN 13201-3:2003, BS EN 13201-4, BS EN 60598-1, BS EN 60598-2-18, BS 1376:1974, BS 5489-2:2003, BS EN 60529:1992, CEN/TR 13201-1:2003, Highways Act 1980, Public Health Act 1985, Parish Councils Act 1957, Local Government Act 1996, Section 29, Roads (Northern Ireland) Order 1993, Article 44, Roads (Scotland) Act 1984, Section 35, Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2002, Traffic Signs Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1997, Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, Road Traffic Regulation (Northern Ireland) Order 1997, Highways (Road Hump) Regulations 1999, Road Hump Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1999, Road Hump (Scotland) Regulations 1998, Roads (Northern Ireland) Order 1993, Article 113, Roads (Scotland) Act 1984, Crime and Disorder Act 1998, Building Regulations 1991, Civil Aviation Act 1982, Air Navigation Order 2000
Replaced ByBS 5489-1:2013
ReplacesBS 5489-2:1992, BS 5489-5:1992, BS 5489-6:1992, BS 5489-10:1992, BS 5489-4:1992, BS 5489-1:1992, BS 5489-9:1996, BS 5489-3:1992, BS 5489-8:1998
Amended ByAMD 15031
AMD 16063
AMD 15031 is a Corrigendum. Amendment, May 2008. Amends and replaces BS 5489-1:2003.
Draft Superseded By00/241997 DC07/30171880 DC
DescriptorsRoad lighting, Lighting systems, Lighting equipment, Roads, Road-lighting lanterns, Road safety, Main roads, Road junctions, Motorways, Town centres, Pedestrian roads, Footpaths, Motor roads, Subways, Bridges, Urban areas, Parking areas, Airports, Railways, Waterways, Harbours
ICS93.080.40
CommitteeEL/1/2
ISBN978 0 580 60493 5
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages82
File Size1.157 MB
Price£218.00


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