Roads
 
 
 
 
Roads

There are many regulatory road signs in America. The regulatory road sign intersection lane control requires road users in certain lanes to turn, permits turns from a lane where such turns would otherwise not be permitted, requires a road user to stay in the same lane and proceed straight through an intersection, or indicates permitted movements from a lane. The regulatory road sign reversible lane control indicates that certain lanes change direction or use at different times of the day. The regulatory road sign one way, divided highway is used to indicate traffic traveling in one direction or indicates that traffic is approaching a divided highway. The turn prohibition sign indicates that traffic is not allowed to turn in the direction indicated on the sign.
Lane Regulations
Traffic must go straight in the current lane.
Traffic must turn left in the current lane.
Traffic may turn left or go straight in the current lane.
Traffic may turn left or go straight in the current lane.
Traffic must turn left in the left lane but may turn left or go straight in the right lane.
Traffic must turn left in the left lane but may turn left or go straight in the right lane.
Traffic must turn left in the left lane, must go straight in the center lane, and must turn right in the right lane.
Traffic must turn left in the left lane, may go left or straight in the center lane, and only high occupancy vehicles (HOV) with two or more people are permitted to turn right.
Traffic must turn right in the right lane and yield to cyclists.
Left lane must turn left.
Supplemental plaque - specified conditions apply in the right lane only.
Supplemental plaque - specified conditions apply in the left lane only.
Supplemental plaque - specified conditions apply in the center lane only.
Center lane can only be use for left turns.
Center lane can only be use for left turns.
Center lane cannot be used Monday thru Friday from 7:00 am to 9:00 am.
Center lane cannot be used from 7:00 am to 9:00 am, left turn or straight is permitted in one direction from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm, and left turns in both directions are permitted all other times.
Reverse lane is ending, only left turn is permitted.
Reverse land begins 150 meters ahead. (for drivers visiting Canada)
Reverse land ends 400 feet ahead.
Reverse land begins at Colorado Boulevard.
Reverse land ends at Colorado Boulevard.
Traffic in the cross street is traveling in one direction, to the left only.
Traffic in the cross street is traveling in one direction, to the left only.
Traffic is approaching a divided highway.
Traffic must stay to the right.
Traffic must stay to the right.
Traffic must stay to the right.
Traffic must stay to the left.
Traffic must keep off median at all times, even when passing slower vehicles.
Passing Vehicles
Do not pass slower vehicles.
Passing slower vehicles is permitted but caution is advised.
Vehicles must stay in the lane.
Slower traffic must stay in the right lane.
Turns Prohibitions
Right turn is not permitted.
Left turn is not permitted.
U-turn is not permitted.
Left and U-turns are not permitted.
No turns are permitted.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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