Horizontal markings (lines, arrows, inscriptions and other signs on the roadway) shall establish certain modes and order of movement. The horizontal markings shall be white, except for lines 1.4, 1.10 and 1.17 yellow. Horizontal markings shall:
|Separate traffic flows of opposite directions and mark the boundaries of traffic lanes in dangerous places on the roads; indicate the boundaries of the carriageway to which entry is prohibited; indicate the boundaries of parking spaces for vehicles and the edge of the carriageway of roads that are not classified as highways.
It is forbidden to cross the 1.1 line. An intersection is allowed to stop the vehicle on the side of the road or as an exception when bypassing an obstacle, if it is impossible to perform it without resorting to this exception.
|(Wide solid line) – indicate the edge of the carriageway on motorways.
It is forbidden to cross Line 1.2. An intersection is allowed to stop the vehicle on the side of the road.
|Separate traffic flows in opposite directions on roads with four lanes or more;
It is forbidden to cross Line 1.3.
|Indicate places where stopping is prohibited.
It shall be used alone or in combination with the sign 3.27 and shall be applied at the edge of the carriageway or along the top of the curb.
|Separate traffic flows of opposite directions on roads with two or three lanes.
Indicate the boundaries of lanes in the presence of two or more lanes intended for movement in one direction.
|(Approach line – a dashed line, in which the length of the strokes is 3 times the gaps between them) — warn of approaching markings 1.1 or 1.11, which separates traffic flows of opposite or passing directions
Line 1.6 may be crossed from either side.
|(Dashed line with short dashes and equal intervals) — indicate the boundaries of traffic lanes within the intersection.
Line 1.7 may be crossed from either side.
|(Wide dashed line) — indicate the boundary between the acceleration or deceleration lane and the main lane of the carriageway (at intersections, road intersections at different levels, in the area of bus stops, etc.).
It is allowed to cross the 1.8 line from either side.
|Indicate the boundaries of traffic lanes on which reverse regulation is carried out.
Separate traffic flows of opposite directions (when reverse traffic lights are off) on roads where reverse regulation is carried out.
|Indicate places where parking is prohibited.
It shall be used alone or in combination with signs 3.28 – 3.30 and shall be applied at the edge of the carriageway or along the top of the curb.
|Separate traffic flows of opposite or passing directions on road sections where lane-change is permitted only from one lane.
Designate places intended for a U-turn, entry and exit from parking areas and the like, where traffic is permitted only in one direction.
|(Stop line) — indicate the place where the driver stops in the presence of a sign 2.5 or with a prohibitory traffic light signal (traffic warden).
|Indicate the place where the driver must, if necessary, stop, giving way to vehicles moving on the crossed road.
|(«Zebra») – denote an unregulated pedestrian crossing.
|(«Zebra») — indicate the direction of movement of pedestrians.
|Indicate a pedestrian crossing where traffic is regulated by a traffic light.
|Indicate the place where the cycle path crosses the carriageway.
|Designation of guide islands in places: – separation of traffic flows of opposite directions.
|Designation of guide islands in places: – separation of traffic flows of one direction.
|Designation of guide islands in places: – merging of traffic flows.
|Indicate stops of route vehicles and taxi ranks.
|Indicate the directions of traffic permitted at the intersection along the lanes. Used alone or in combination with signs 5.8.1, 5.8.2.
Dead-end markings are applied to indicate that turning onto the nearest carriageway is prohibited.
Markings that allow a left turn from the leftmost lane also allow a U-turn.
|Warn of approaching a narrowing of the carriageway (a section where the number of lanes in a given direction decreases) or marking lines 1.1 or 1.11 separating traffic flows in opposite directions.
In the first case, marking 1.19 may be used in combination with signs 1.18.1 – 1.18.3.
|Warn about approaching marking 1.13.
|(The inscription «STOP») — warn of approaching the marking 1.12 when it is used in combination with the sign 2.5.
|Indicate the number of the road (route).
|Designate a special lane for route vehicles and other public transport.
Lines 1.1 – 1.3 shall be prohibited to be crossed.
It shall be permitted to cross lines 1.1 and 1.2 to stop the vehicle on the side of the road, and lines 1.1 as an exception when avoiding an obstacle if it is impossible to do it without resorting to this exception.
Line action 1.4. shall not apply to route vehicles.
Lines 1.5-1.8 are permitted to cross from any side.
Line 1.9 in the absence of reversing traffic lights or when they are turned off, it shall be permitted to cross if it is located to the right of the driver; when reversing traffic lights are on – from either side, if it separates the lanes on which traffic shall be permitted in one direction. When reversing traffic lights are turned off, the driver shall immediately change lanes to the right beyond the marking line 1.9.
Line 1.9, which separates traffic flows of opposite directions, shall be prohibited to cross when reverse traffic lights are turned off.
Line 1.10 shall not apply to vehicles driven by handicapped people of groups I and II or carrying such handicapped people, and to taxis with a taximeter turned on.
Line 1.11 shall be permitted to be crossed from the intermittent side, as well as from the solid side, but only when overtaking or bypassing is completed.
In cases where the meanings of temporary road signs placed on a portable stand and marking lines contradict each other, drivers should be guided by the signs.