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box junction

n
(Automotive Engineering) (in Britain) a road junction having yellow cross-hatching painted on the road surface. Vehicles may only enter the hatched area when their exit is clear
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box junction

n (Brit) (Aut) → area d'incrocio
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As well as checks at two existing yellow box junctions, two new cameras for yellow box infringements will be installed.
Andy And they are bidding for PS40 million more, as well as traffic enforcement powers, from Government to make a bigger difference to the roads around the region - such as by enforcing yellow box junctions on main routes.
Mr Street said: "What we are trying to do is get devolved powers, that they have in London, but we don't have for example traffic enforcement, for example in yellow box junctions, people are seeing utterly frustrating behaviour which leaves those routes ineffective.
Yellow box junctions are criss-cross painted boxes on the road.
Now, cameras are also in place for banned turns and on some yellow box junctions.
There are more than 30 yellow box junctions which is a square-shaped box highlighted with criss-crossing yellow lines connecting traffic lights at an intersection.
She needs to take a drive through Kilmarnock, Prestwick and Ayr to see the lack of road markings, from give way signs to box junctions.
LaneWatch Mk3 is the latest unattended moving traffic enforcement camera, designed to provide wireless, automatic enforcement of yellow box junctions and other moving traffic enforcement.
Motorists will be receiving summonses from the MMDA-via registered mail, courier service, or personal delivery by an MMDA employee-should they be caught on CCTV committing violations like reckless driving, illegal parking, loading and unloading in prohibited areas, illegally stopping within yellow box junctions, driving on the wrong lane (for buses and private vehicles), etc.
Yellow lines, box junctions and the general rules of the road mean nothing to the motorists featured in our gallery.
The yellow box: Box junctions are normally used on large, busy junctions such as traffic light-controlled crossroads, T-junctions and even roundabouts.
What he needs to do is make sure councils do not get a legal mandate to use super-robot cameras like ZenGrab, which catch motorists who inadvertently stray into bus lanes or box junctions.