A white background signifies the sign is permanent while a yellow background signifies that the sign is temporary. When a lane control signal contains a steady yellow X drivers should clear the indicated lane.
Yellow X or Yellow Diagonal Downward Arrow.
What do lane signals with a yellow x indicate. Road signs in South Africa are based on the SADC-RTSM a document designed to harmonise traffic signs in member states of the Southern Africa Development Community. Prepare to leave the lane safely. Red X Do not drive in this lane.
You will see these signals directly over the lane they control. A yellow X means that your lane signal is going to change to red. As such if there is a yellow line on your lane but none on the opposite it means it is safe for oncoming cars to cross and.
They are used to show which lanes of traffic are open and closed as well as to show if toll booths are open or closed. You may drive in lanes beneath the green arrow but. Green means go of course.
Prepare to leave the lane safely. Amber flashing signals warn traffic of a hazard ahead and provide information on the hazard or directions needed. Yellow X the lane is about to close.
A steady yellow X over a traffic lane means you must change lanes because the direction of travel for that lane is about to be reversed. Most of these signs were in the preceding South African RTSM. Prepare to leave the lane safely.
A yellow X means that your lane signal is going to change to red. LANE USE CONTROL SIGNALS Lane use control signals tell you which lanes you may drive in on a roadway. What does a White Dashed or Dotted line mean.
They are used to show which lanes of traffic are open and closed as well as to show if toll booths are open or closed. You are permitted to drive in a lane marked with a green arrow signal. You are permitted to enter in a lane marked with a one-way or.
Lane control signals are commonly used on major highways and. A yellow X means that your lane signal is going to change to red. Green Arrow You may use this lane.
You may drive in lanes beneath the green arrow but you must also obey all other signs and signals. These signals are overhead lane signals used to indicate which lanes that can be used at a specific time. When a lane signal contains a yellow X drivers should clear the indicated lane as the lane signal is about to change to a red X.
Red X the lane is closed. Basically red means to stop and pay the toll. Do not drive in this lane Move out of this lane and into a Drive in this lane lane with a green arrow.
Must not proceed in this lane motorway sign. You may drive in lanes beneath the green arrow but you must also obey all other signs and. You must never drive in a lane under a red X.
A Yellow X above a reversible lane means the lanes about to change and you should leave it immediately. Yellow means come to a full stop. Never drive in a lane marked with a red X signal.
If the lane control signals over all of the lanes are flashing yellow slow down and proceed with caution. You must not drive in this lane. A steady yellow x over a traffic lane.
Lane control signals are used when the direction of the flow of traffic in a specific lane changes throughout the day. 3 A flashing yellow X means that a driver is permitted to use a lane over which the signal is located for a left turn using proper caution. A red flashing signal with an X tells traffic that it must not go beyond the red flashing signal in that lane.
Dark signals or traffic signals that arent working operate as a 4-way stop. 4 A steady red X means that a driver shall not drive in the lane over which the signal is located and that this indication shall modify accordingly the meaning of all other traffic controls present. Lane control signals Lane control signals are placed over lanes to indicate which ones are open for driving.
The no crossing rule applies to the lane the yellow line is closest to. A steady red X over a lane means you are not allowed to use the traffic lane. And a Flashing Yellow X at an intersection means that lane is only used for lefthand turns.
These signals mean that you should move out of the lane as soon as safely possible. A steady red x over a traffic lane.