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ROAD MARKINGS

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Single or double continuous white lines along the centre of the road; all traffic must keep to the left of the line (except in an emergency or for access).



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Broken white lines along the centre of the road alert drivers to danger and must not be crossed unless it is safe to do so.



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Double broken white lines along the centre of the road alert drivers to continuous white lines a short distance ahead and must not be crossed unless it is safe to do so.



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Broken white lines together with single white lines - the line nearest the driver must be obeyed.




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Single broken yellow line along the edge of the roadway - indicates the edge of a carriageway where a hard shoulder is normally provided. The hard shoulder is not an extra traffic lane and should not normally be used as such by traffic other than cyclists or pedestrians.


(If a driver wishes to allow a following vehicle to overtake, use can be made temporarily of the hard shoulder in order to move out of the way if there are no cyclists/pedestrians already using it).


Bus lanes - these are for the exclusive use of buses during the periods of 2 time indicated on accompanying signs. Cyclists and taxis are permitted to travel in with-flow bus lanes.

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