Alpharetta attorney Scott Miller explains Lane control signal traffic tickets
Lane control signals are located throughout Georgia roadways and highways that are designed to accommodate high-level and low-level traffic during the day. These roadways use reversible lane systems. The reversible lane system signs use rectangles with various colored X's and arrows to indicate the direction in which a vehicle is permitted to travel.
The lane that you traveled to work on in the morning, may change directions at the end of the day, and be appropriate to travel on to return home at the end of the day.
The lane that you traveled to work on in the morning may also not exist in the evening because it has reversed the direction of traffic flow. This is indicated by the traffic control Lane system.
If while you're driving you face a traffic control sign that has a red X visible in it, you are not allowed to travel on this lane, in the direction you wish to go. If while driving you encounter a rectangular sign with a green arrow noted on it, you may travel in this lane in the direction indicated by the green arrow. If while driving you encounter a traffic lane control signal that is rectangular and contains a yellow X, which is flashing, this signals to you that you must clear the lane that is flashing. A Left turn or right turn, and straight-ahead signs are rectangular white signs, with black arrows. These are placed overhead in the proper lanes.
If you have questions about the above, or if you have been issued a traffic ticket for a violation of Lane control signals, contact the traffic ticket defense attorney Scott Miller in Alpharetta, Georgia for a free consultation. 770-408-1001