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Hand signs

from road users

Last update: November 2013
The signal given by hand, may be terminated immediately before starting the maneuver.

pedestrians

Before entering the roadway, pedestrians can signal their intention by submitting a hand signal in any of the two ways:

pedestrian hand sign pedestrian hand signal
stretched up left or right hand transversely of the roadway left or right hand

The signal fed pedestrians before entering the roadway, do not release him from the obligation to comply with the distance to oncoming vehicles and their speed.

Pedestrian is any road user who is on the road outside a vehicle and do not do work on the road.

To be considered pedestrians and persons:

  • - who pushes or pull a pram or a wheelchair or other vehicle without engine and with a width of less than 1 meter;
  • - who pushes bicycle, moped or motorcycle;
  • - disabled people who are wheelchair users, driven by their muscle or power if they are moving at pedestrian speed.

According theLRT pedestrian is involved in the traffic, and as such must comply with rules defined.

 

blind people

white cane signal shows the intention of the person to cross the intersection white cane signal shows that the person needs help
Extended a hand holding a white stick straight, the tip is in the angle between the curb and the street. This is a sign for drivers that the person intends to cross the street. Raising the white cane vertically high up, at eye level, and remain in this position is a signal for help.

cyclists

cyclists hand sign - stop cyclists hand sign - left turn cyclists hand sign - right turn
Cyclist informed of his/her intention to stop. Cyclist informed of his/her intention to turn left. Cyclist informed of his intention to turn right

Each rider / cyclist is obliged to follow traffic rules for cyclists.

 

drivers

driver hand sign driver hand sign driver hand sign
left arm extended horizontally to the side - signals starting from the far right side of the roadway, crossing into neighboring left lane, turn left, turning in the opposite direction or stop and stay or park at the extreme left of the roadway left arm flexed at the elbow and upwards - signals starting from the extreme left lane, passing in neighboring right lane, turn right to stay or stop or park in the far right side of the roadway left arm extended straight up - stop signal