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Dictionary

An overview of the vocabulary.


Priority rules


Crossroad

The place where two or more public roads coincide.


Roundabout

A roundabout is a kind of circular intersection in which the traffic continuously drives in one direction around a central island. The drivers at the roundabout always have priority.


Traffic lights

By means of light signals, traffic lights control the crossing of an intersection, the access to bridges, tunnels and railway crossings, the access to parking garages and grounds, as well as the access regulation at factories, companies and other closed areas.


Roadmarks

Road marking is the whole of signs that are indicated on the road surface and guide the traffic through the visual information. Road marking includes arrows, stripes, solid and dashed lines, shark teeth.


Crossing

A crossing is a location on the road that is intended to cross and which is marked as such. They are for pedestrians and cyclists.


Train crossing

The entire or partial crossing of a public road through one or more tracks built outside the carriageway.


School-area

A school environment is a place near a school. Pay extra attention to children playing.