# Pavement Markings Lesson 2 Understanding Pavement Markings 1

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Pavement Markings Lesson 2 Understanding Pavement Markings 1

Pavement Markings Yellow Line = Two-way Traffic White Line = One-way Traffic Solid Line = No Passing Broken Line = Pass With Caution Is this a one-way or two-way road? Would passing be allowed? 2

Pavement Markings Yellow Line Two way traffic pass with caution Traffic Flow Two way traffic no passing 3

Pavement Markings White Lines One-way traffic Broken - pass with caution Traffic Flow Stop line Left turn only - arrow No passing - solid line 4

Pavement Markings Multi-Lane ONE WAY – pass with caution TWO WAY – no passing over solid lines 5

Pavement Markings What do triangles painted in the road signify? Triangles painted on the pavement show that you must yield 6

Pavement Markings Arrows Indicate the Flow of Traffic What do these arrows mean? This lane may continue straight or turn left This lane must turn left 7

Pavement Markings Shared Left Turn Lane § Traffic from both directions uses this lane to turn left § Do not travel more than 150 feet in this lane 8

Pavement Markings Diamond Shaped Pavement Marking § HOV § Bus Lanes § Bicycle Lanes 9

Testing Your Knowledge When approaching this pavement marking a. stop b. yield c. proceed with caution 10

Testing Your Knowledge b. yield Correct! Triangles painted on the pavement mark an area in which you must yield 11

Testing Your Knowledge If you are driving in this lane, you must a. turn left b. turn right Bonus Question: How long can you stay in this lane? No more than 150 feet. 12

Testing Your Knowledge a. turn left Correct! This is a shared left turn lane – Vehicles in this lane must turn left 13

Testing Your Knowledge This roadway is a. one way – no passing b. one way – passing allowed c. two way – passing allowed 14

Testing Your Knowledge b. one way – passing allowed Correct! White lines indicate one-way traffic and broken lines indicate passing is allowed 15