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How do cycle lanes work at pedestrian crossings?

More pedestrian crossings are being constructed where a cycle lane also exists. Who has the right of way? There are two scenarios: There’s currently no legislation to define the right of way of cyclists crossing in this manner (it was

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Give way rules at pedestrian crossings

There are a few different scenarios for pedestrian crossings: Painted crossings with no central reservation (i.e. the crossing is continuous) Painted crossings with a central reservation island (i.e. the crossing is continuous, but there’s a small raised traffic island in

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Pedestrian crossings and refuges: Sharing the roads with pedestrians

There are several types of pedestrian crossings on New Zealand’s roads, and they are designed to allow safer crossings for pedestrians, people using wheeled recreational vehicles like skateboards, rollerskates and self-propelled scooters; and people using mobility devices such as motorised

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