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Classification of traffic signals-5
- Jan 14, 2019 -

Classification of traffic signals

Classification by traffic marking
(1) dotted white line. When drawn on a road section, it can be used to separate traffic flow in the same direction or as a safety distance identification line; Painted at an intersection to guide traffic.
(2) solid white line. Used to separate motor vehicles and non-motor vehicles driving in the same direction, or to indicate the edge of the roadway when drawn on a road section; When drawn at an intersection, it can be used as a carriageway line or a stop line.
(3) dotted yellow line. When painted on a road section, it is used to separate traffic flow in the opposite direction. Painted on the side of a road or curb to prevent vehicles from parking on the side of the road for long periods of time.
(4) solid yellow line. When painted on a road section, it is used to separate traffic flow in the opposite direction. Painted on the side of a road or kerb to prohibit vehicles from parking on the side of the road for a long time or temporarily.
(5) double white dotted line. Draw in the intersection, as a deceleration line; When drawn on a road segment, it serves as a variable lane line whose driving direction changes with time.
(6) double yellow solid line. Drawn on road sections to separate opposing traffic flows.
(7) yellow dotted solid line. When painted on a road section, it is used to separate traffic flow in the opposite direction. Passing, crossing or turning is prohibited on the solid side of the yellow line, while passing, crossing or turning is allowed on the dotted side of the yellow line as long as safety is ensured.
(8) double white solid line. Drawn at an intersection as a stop line.

Traffic police command
Traffic police command signs are divided into 8 types, which are: stop, straight, left turn, left turn to be turned, right turn, lane change, slow down, signal the vehicle to pull over. In the case of traffic police command vehicles, should follow the traffic police gestures, and not in accordance with the other three traffic signals.