California Vehicle Code § 21454 - Lane use control signals placed over individual lanes

Posted in Article 3. Offenses Relating to Traffic Devices

When lane use control signals are placed over individual lanes, those signals shall indicate and apply to drivers of vehicles as follows:

(a) Green indication: A driver may travel in any lane over which a green signal is shown.

(b) Steady yellow indication: A driver is thereby warned that a lane control change is being made.

(c) Steady red indication: A driver shall not enter or travel in any lane over which a red signal is shown.

(d) Flashing yellow indication: A driver may use the lane only for the purpose of making a left turn to or from the highway.

Credits
(Stats.1959, c. 3, p. 1675, § 21454. Amended by Stats.1959, c. 1342, p. 3615, § 1; Stats.1961, c. 1727, p. 3737, § 1; Stats.1965, c. 183, p. 1150, § 1; Stats.1973, c. 228, p. 612, § 2, operative July 1, 1974; Stats.1975, c. 529, p. 1095, § 1; Stats.1977, c. 1017, p. 3053, § 4, eff. Sept. 23, 1977; Stats.1981, c. 413, p. 1610, § 7.)

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