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Traffic Rules

Traffic simply refers to the vehicular movements in a particular area or on the road  . Traffic congestion is an increasing problem in cities and suburbs, and most people spend more and more of their time commuting to work, school, shopping, and social events, as well as dealing with traffic jams and accidents. By the late 1990s rush-hour traffic patterns no longer flowed simply into the city in the morning and out of the city in the evening. Traffic became heavy in all directions, both to and from cities as well as between suburban locations. Suburban business locations required huge parking lots because employees had to drive; there were few buses, trains, or trolleys to carry scattered workers to their jobs. The hope of reduced congestion in the suburbs had not been realized; long commutes and traffic jams could be found everywhere.

Various road signs and traffic signs are used to make vehicular movement very easy  . These road signs are discussed below :
NO PARKING

A   No Parking sign means you cant park   but you can make a temporary stop to drop off the bus or pick up passengers   .

CHILDREN CROSSING

The Children crossing sign   is used to indicate that drivers should be very careful when approaching a spot of the road because pupils or children cross the road at that specific location   .

TRAFFIC LIGHT

On the   TRAFFIC LIGHT , Red  MEANS Stop  , Yellow  (Amber ) MEANS Ready and Green means Go .

ZEBRA CROSSING

A  Zebra crossing is a pedestrian crossing marked by white stripes in the road, at which drivers of vehicles must stop if a pedestrian is waiting to cross

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Traffic Rules

Traffic simply refers to the vehicular movements in a particular area or on the road  . Traffic congestion is an increasing problem in cities and suburbs, and most people spend more and more of their time commuting to work, school, shopping, and social events, as well as dealing with traffic jams and accidents. By the late 1990s rush-hour traffic patterns no longer flowed simply into the city in the morning and out of the city in the evening. Traffic became heavy in all directions, both to and from cities as well as between suburban locations. Suburban business locations required huge parking lots because employees had to drive; there were few buses, trains, or trolleys to carry scattered workers to their jobs. The hope of reduced congestion in the suburbs had not been realized; long commutes and traffic jams could be found everywhere.

Various road signs and traffic signs are used to make vehicular movement very easy  . These road signs are discussed below :
NO PARKING

A   No Parking sign means you cant park   but you can make a temporary stop to drop off the bus or pick up passengers   .

CHILDREN CROSSING

The Children crossing sign   is used to indicate that drivers should be very careful when approaching a spot of the road because pupils or children cross the road at that specific location   .

TRAFFIC LIGHT

On the   TRAFFIC LIGHT , Red  MEANS Stop  , Yellow  (Amber ) MEANS Ready and Green means Go .

ZEBRA CROSSING

A  Zebra crossing is a pedestrian crossing marked by white stripes in the road, at which drivers of vehicles must stop if a pedestrian is waiting to cross

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