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Rule 293

Controlled Crossings. Most crossings have traffic light signals with a steady amber light, twin flashing red stop lights (download ‘Light signals controlling traffic’ (PDF, 82KB) and ‘Traffic signs’ (PDF, 486KB)) and an audible alarm for pedestrians. They may have full, half or no barriers.

Laws RTA 1988 sect 36 & TSRGD regs 10 & 40

Highway Code - Rule 293 Stop When The Traffic Lights Show

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