Traffic control Signals: Are devices placed along, beside, or above roadways to guide, warn, and regulate the flow of traffic. All vehicles, as well as motorcycles, bicycles, pedestrians, and other road users must obey the traffic lights, signs, and right-of-way rules that control an intersection.
Traffic Light Color
Red-A steady red single light means STOP. You cannot proceed until the light turns green.
Tip: A right turn can be made a red light ONLY after you stop and yield to pedestrians and vehicles in your path. DO NOT turn if there is a posted sign that sign that says NO TURN RED. You may turn left on a red light from a one-way street onto another one-way street if there is no sing prohibiting the left turn.
RED ARROW-A red arrow means STOP until the green single or green arrow appears. A left turn cannot be made against a red arrow.
FLASHING RED LIGHT- A flashing red single means exactly the same as a stop sing: STOP. After stopping, proceed when safe and observe the right-of-way rules.
Yellow- A yellow signal light warns you that the red signal is about to appear. When you see the yellow light, you should stop if it can be done so safely. If you can't stop, watch out for vehicles that may enter the intersection when the light changes
FLASHING YELLOW- A flashing yellow signal light warns you to use caution. Slow down and be especially alert.
YELLOW ARROW—A yellow arrow indicates that the "protected" turning time period is ending. Be prepared to obey the next signal, which could be a green or red light or the red arrow.
GREEN-A green light means GO, but you must first let any vehicles, bicycles, or pedestrians remaining in the intersection pass before you
Tip-You can turn left ONLY if you have enough space to complete the turn before any oncoming vehicle, bicycle, or pedestrian becomes a hazard. Left-turning vehicles must ALWAYS yield to vehicles traveling straight.
Do not enter an intersection, even when the light...