merging lane

Related to merging lane: traffic lane
Translations

merging lane

n (US) → Spur fzum Einordnen, Abbiegespur f
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The roundabout is connected by multiple dual carriageways, one leading to a second roundabout which has raisedcontroversy over drivers cutting in when using the merging lane.
The roundabout is connected by multiple dual carriageways, one leading to a second roundabout which has raised complaints over drivers cutting in when using the merging lane.
Kita, "Effects of merging lane length on the merging behavior at expressway on-ramps," Transportation and Traffic Theory, pp.
However, I came across a post on Facebook suggesting that those super-fly guys are actually using the merging lane as nature intended and that I am, in fact, the moron.
Many a times I see, both riders and car drivers, whirling away at full speeds, even when there is a merging lane next to them or the road is brimming with fast paced traffic, thinking no harm would befall them as they are strictly keeping in their lane, and it is their right to pass first in that lane: What puerile behaviour.
And the fact that this roadblock takes up the entire merging lane on the onA[degrees]ramp makes this situation even more dangerous.
Monday while a new merging lane onto the Washington-Jefferson Street Bridge is paved.
To start with, a biker always adheres to the rules; quite rare would you find one switching lanes without signalling; or trying to outrun you while you are about to enter a merging lane.
2 The hands-off feature is not available on roads that have two-way traffic, in tunnels, on winding roads, in tollgate areas, merging lanes, or areas with a decreasing number of lanes, and in areas where manual control is required.
*3-UThe hands-off feature is not available in tunnels where a GPS signal cannot be established, on expressways that have two-way traffic, on winding roads, in tollgate areas or merging lanes. When entering a road section where hands-off driving is not available, the system will alert in advance so the driver can take manual control of vehicle steering.
'We also need to put lane markings - solid yellow line to prevent motorists from swerving or changing lanes - and put up traffic signage on merging lanes and other adjustments,' he said.