Traffic Signs

Guidance Road Markings

Guidance road markings

Name: Lane lines (GM1)
Where: On any road.
Purpose: To show that you are using a part of the road with traffic in the same direction.
Action: Drive in the centre of your demarcated lane.

Name: Guide lines (GM2)
Where: In an intersection.
Purpose: To guide you to follow the correct route in the intersection.
Action: Turn according to the markings.

Name: Bifurcation arrows (GM3)
Where: On any road.
Purpose: To indicate an increase in the number of lanes ahead.
Action: Ensure that you do not straddle any lane markings.

Name: Information arrows (GM4.1, GM4.2)
Where: On any road especially one way streets or wide intersections with a complex layout.
Purpose: To indicate the direction you may drive in a lane or on a road.
Action: The driver must be guided by the arrows and never, unless otherwise requested by a traffic officer, drive in the direction opposite to what the arrows show.

Name: Bicycle crossing lines (GM5)
Where: On any road especially in urban areas.
Purpose: To indicate a section of the road to be used by cyclists to cross the road.
Action: Look out for cyclists crossing or who want to cross the road.

Name: Road marking symbols ( GM6.1, GM6.2, GM6.3)
Where: On any road.
At a cycle lane, a road that leads to an airport and where a parking bay is reserved for the handicapped only.
Purpose: As additional markings with standard signs and markings to inform you that an area is reserved for a specific group or that a road is leading to a specific destination.
Action: Do not use a road or a marked portion of a road if you are not part of the group identified by the marking.

Name: Word markings (GM7)
Where: On any road.
Purpose: To supply you with additional information.
Action: Read the message on the road and then concentrate on the possible danger indicated by the message.

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