Land Transport (Road User) Rule 2004

3.6 Traffic signals in form of T or B

(1)

While a white T or a white B signal is displayed, a driver of a light rail vehicle (in the case of a white T) or a bus (in the case of a white B) facing the traffic signal may—

(a)

travel straight ahead or turn right or turn left; or

(b)

turn right or turn left even though a traffic signal is displaying a red signal in the form of a disc.

(2)

While a yellow T or a yellow B signal alone is displayed, a driver of a light rail vehicle (in the case of a yellow T) or a bus (in the case of a yellow B) facing the traffic signal must not enter the controlled area.

(3)

However, if the driver of the light rail vehicle (in the case of a yellow T) or bus (in the case of a yellow B) is so close to the limit line or intersection when the yellow T or yellow B signal first appears that the driver cannot safely stop the vehicle before passing the limit line or entering the intersection, the driver may proceed with the movement otherwise prohibited by subclause (2).

(4)

While a red T or a red B signal alone is displayed, a driver of a light rail vehicle (in the case of red T) or a bus (in the case of red B) facing the traffic signal must not—

(a)

proceed beyond any limit line associated with the traffic signal; or

(b)

in the absence of a limit line, enter the intersection at or near which the traffic signal is installed.

(5)

If any of the following persons are lawfully using a bus lane, this clause applies to the person in the same way that it applies to the driver of a bus:

(a)

the rider of a cycle, moped, or motorcycle:

(b)

the driver of an electric vehicle.

Compare: SR 1976/227 r 18(5)(k)–(m)

Clause 3.6(5): replaced, on 1 September 2017, by clause 7 of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2017 (LI 2017/171).