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II. Traffic Signals : help traffic flow smoothly. Found at intersections - all colors have a specific meaning - Order of Traffic Light Colors: 1 . Red Light : A. Right Turn on Red: 2. Yellow Light : 3. Green Light : III. Flashing Signals : alerts drivers to dangerous conditions or tells them to stop used at intersections A. Flashing Red : B. Flashing Yellow : IV. Arrows : A. Green Arrow : B. Yellow Arrow : C. Red Arrow : V. Lane Signals : - You can see what lane is open by overhead lane markings. “X” with either red/yellow/green will show to inform the driver on which lane they can use. VI. Pedestrian Signals : used at intersections with heavy traffic. Pedestrians should only cross when they have a WALK signal. Traffic must yield to pedestrians VII. Officer Signals : Must obey signals given by the officers even if the traffic lights are stating the opposite. Traffic officer signal overrides traffic signals.
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VIII. Roadway Markings : A. Yellow lines : Broken Lines: Solid Line: B. White Lines : Broken Lines: Solid Lines: Solid Arrows: VIIII. Rumble Strips and Raised Roadway Markers A. Rumble strips: short sections of rough roadway. Alerts you through the noise your tires make when traveling over them. Warn you of hazards or major intersections. Ex: B. Raised Roadway Markers:
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