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Traffic Signals and Pavement Markings

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  1. Traffic Signals and Pavement Markings

  2. Traffic lights a. Red is always stop. If it is flashing red, you may go as if a stop sign. A solid red you might be allowed to turn under certain circumstances. b. Green means you may go, if safe to do so. There is no right of way given by a green light. c. Yellow is used for caution, but it is a clearance light. You may clear an intersection if the light is yellow, but you are not allowed to enter anintersection once the light has changed to yellow.

  3. RED LIGHT • Always means STOP • Stop behind the double thick white line

  4. YELLOW LIGHT • On a traffic signal does NOT mean: • Slow down • Hurry up and go before it turns red • caution

  5. A Yellow light means: CLEAR THE INTERSECTION!!!! • If you can stop safely it is expected that you do so. • If you are too close to stop safely proceed through

  6. GREEN LIGHT • Proceed with caution • Just because the law says that you have the right of way that does not ensure you a safe path • Delaware is in the top 10 for red light running in the US

  7. Protected Left Turn • All cars in the left turn lane have the right of way • All other cars should have a red light

  8. FLASHING RED Flashing YELLOW

  9. Flashing lights RED YELLOW Caution • Treat as a stop sign

  10. REMEMBER • It is always a good idea to wait for a few seconds after your red light turns green before you go. Why is that?

  11. Handicapped • Blue pavement markings are used for handicapped parking.