box junction


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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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I am sure many people share my view on just how frustrating it is when a driver stops on a yellow box junction, creating an obstruction to other road users.
He was told highways officers have looked at the site and while they will not install measures like a box junction or camera yet, they will assess it.
Only a maniac would voluntarily tangle with seven angry buses and a taxi trying to cross a yellow box junction.
Ade Ford, Head of Sales for Civil Enforcement commented We welcome all customers, new and existing to the Siemens stand to talk to us about our new fully automated School Keep Clear enforcement cameras and the Siemens Yellow Box Junction enforcement cameras currently being installed across London.
Changes will include changing lane designations on Broad Lane, lane direction arrows on the A45 and Broad Lane, repositioning stop lines on the gyratory, increasing the yellow box junction across all three lanes and removing the shutters from traf-fic lights.
I needed the inner lane but was told to stay in the outer one, which sent me the wrong way home, plus cars were blocking the box junction to get out and the filter lane could not move.
Colonel Jamal Al Banai, acting director of the traffic department, said the federal traffic law has a provision that prohibits stopping in the yellow box junction.
Advice: Not to enter a box junction unless your exit road is clear and be sure to slow down and stop before the box junction if your exit road is not clear.
ere will also be a yellow box junction on Leeds Road.
Anyone who does a U-turn, goes in a bus lane or sits in a box junction can be identified by the unmanned system - the first of its kind.
A lot of motorists prefer to join the back of a traf-fic jam and block a box junction instead of leaving space for other drivers to pass.
Traffic in Lime Street was brought to a standstill as buses used both lanes to turn right, occupying the box junction, then doing the same into the bus stops outside the Royal Court.