ROAD MARKINGS - BICYCLE LANE LINES
Where: On the left-hand side of any road.
Purpose: To indicate the limits within which only cyclists may travel.
Action: Do no drive in the demarcated area.
ROAD MARKINGS - TRAFFIC CIRCLE MANDATORY ARROWS
Where: At traffic circles and mini-circles.
Purpose: To indicate the direction you must follow around the circle or mini-circle.
Action: Only drive around the circle in the direction indicated by the arrows.
Yield to traffic coming from your right hand side.
At a mini-circle yield to traffic that reaches their yield line first before you reach yours. Drive slowly so that you can stop if someone does not yield.
ROAD MARKINGS - RAILWAY CROSSING AHEAD - WARNING MARKINGS
Where: On any road before a railway crossings between the warning sign and the railway crossing.
Purpose: To warn that there is a railway crossing ahead.
Action: Slow down and if necessary, stop before the crossing.
ROAD MARKINGS - CONTINUITY LINES
Where: On any road.
Purpose: To warn you that there is a break (intersection or off ramp) in the continuing part of the roadway and to inform you that if you are in a lane that has a line on one side, that lane will soon turn off from the road which you are now travelling.
Action: Yield to any traffic that wants to change lanes. The continuity lines will soon change to a channelizing line or painted island, which will make it illegal to change direction. Check your blind spot to make sure there are no other vehicles that might cut in front of you.