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This lane is reserved for cyclists. It
is separated from traffic and parking by
solid white lines and is marked with an
image of a bicycle and diamond.

The image of a bicycle capped by a
pair of arrows guides cyclists and reminds
drivers to expect cyclists in the same travel
lane.

X  MARKINGS:

X markings on rural highways indicate
the approach to a railway crossing. An
advanced warning sign will also indicate
the approach to a railway crossing.



PAINTED ISLAND:

Painted islands indicate that this area is
not to be used for travel by any road
users. Motorists can cross painted
islands for the purpose of entering or
leaving a driveway, alleyway or private
drive.



Do not park of stop in this area.
 

Other roadway
markings

CROSSWALKS:

Crosswalk lines mark pedestrian
crosswalks. Crosswalks also exist
at intersections even when they are
unmarked, unless a sign indicates
no crossing. Stop lines indicate where
vehicles must stop at intersections or
railway crossings.

Drivers should not stop in a ‘no
stopping zone’ because they may interfere
with other vehicles that are turning from
one roadway to another. This is usually
where large vehicles need extra room to
turn.


40  A Driver's Guide to Operation, Safety and Licensing

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