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... 14 Traffic control devices are essential complements to the design and operations of busway intersections. They assign right-of-way to conflicting movements of buses, motor vehicles, pedestrians, and bicyclists; specify permitted and prohibited movements; and provide other necessary information and guidance.
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... judgment that considers the surrounding environment should be used to select the appropriate signal display. The South Miami-Dade Busway is an example of a busway that uses standard vehicle signals to control buses at the intersections.
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... The Orlando Lynx LYMMO system is an example of a busway that uses white bar signals for the busway intersections. An example of a bus signal in Orlando's system is provided in Figure 5-2.
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... appropriate including No Turns (R3-3) , No Right Turn (R3-1)
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... bus pedestrian warning sign, the same size and shape as the pedestrian signal, is mounted adjacent to the pedestrian signal. It is presented in Figure 5-6.
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... tion, or a sign that flashes and then becomes steady, may be more appropriate. Pavement Markings Pavement markings with the words "BUS ONLY"should be used at the entrance to the exclusive busway (Figure 5-7)
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... Gates may be appropriate at bus-only ramps to deter unauthorized entry. This application is different from the crossing gate applications that would prevent vehicles from traveling across the busway.

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