13. PASSAGE OF INTERSECTIONS

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91. When turning to the right or the left, the driver shall give way to pedestrians crossing the carriageway in his/her direction of movement to which he/she is turning, cyclists crossing it along the cycle path, fixed-route vehicles and other public transport moving along the lane marked with the sign 5.9 (subject to paragraph 2 of section 18 of the Rules).


92. It shall be prohibited to drive to an intersection or to cross carriageways if a traffic jam has formed that will force the driver to stop, creating an obstacle to the movement of vehicles in the transverse direction.


93. It shall be prohibited to pass ahead of vehicles moving in the same direction, limiting the driver’s view.

If a vehicle has stopped at the intersection or in front of it, the drivers of other vehicles moving in adjacent lanes continue to move, making sure that it will be safe.


94. An intersection, where the order of movement is determined by the signals of a traffic light or a traffic warden, is considered to be regulated.

With a yellow flashing signal, traffic lights not working or there is no traffic warden, the intersection is considered unregulated and drivers shall be guided by the rules for driving through unregulated intersections and priority signs installed at the intersection.


95. When turning left or making a U-turn at the permissive signal of a traffic light, the driver of a trackless vehicle shall give way to vehicles moving from the opposite direction straight or to the right, including those entering the intersection in accordance with paragraph 14 of section 5 of the Rules. Tram drivers shall be guided by the same rule.


96. When driving in the direction of the arrow switched on in the additional section in this case as the yellow or red traffic light, the driver shall give way to vehicles moving from other directions.


97. If the signals of a traffic light or a traffic warden allow the movement of a tram and trackless vehicles in this case, then the tram has an advantage regardless of the direction of its movement. However, when moving in the direction of the arrow switched on in the additional section simultaneously with a red or yellow traffic light, the tram shall give way to vehicles moving from other directions.


98. A driver who enters an intersection with an enabling traffic signal shall drive in the intended direction, regardless of the traffic signals at the exit from the intersection. If there are stop lines and (or) sign 5.33 at the intersection in front of the traffic lights located on the driver’s route, the driver shall be guided by the signals of each traffic light.


99. When the permissive signal of the traffic light is turned on, the driver shall give way to vehicles completing the movement through the intersection, and pedestrians who have not completed the crossing of the carriageway of the road in this direction.


100. At an intersection where traffic is regulated by a traffic light with an additional section, the driver, who is on the lane from which the turn is made, shall continue to move in the direction indicated by the turned-on arrow, if his/her stop will interfere with the vehicle (vehicles) following after them in the same lane.


101. At the intersection of unequal roads, the driver of a vehicle moving along a secondary road shall give way to vehicles approaching along the main road, regardless of the direction of their further movement, including those making a U-turn. A driver moving on the main road with a median, before completing a U-turn at an intersection, shall make sure that vehicles approaching the intersection on a secondary road give way to him/her.


102. In the case when the main road changes direction at an intersection, drivers moving along the main road shall be guided by the rules for passing the intersections of equivalent roads. The same rules shall apply to drivers moving on secondary roads.


103. At the intersection of equivalent roads, the driver of a trackless vehicle shall give way to vehicles approaching from the right. Tram drivers shall be guided by the same rule.

At such intersections, the tram has an advantage over trackless vehicles, regardless of the direction of its movement.


104. When turning left or making a U-turn, the driver of a trackless vehicle shall give way to vehicles moving straight or to the right on the same road from the opposite direction. Tram drivers shall be guided by the same rule.


105. If it is impossible to determine the presence of coverage on the road (dark hours, mud, snow, etc.) and the absence of priority signs, the driver shall be guided by the principle that he/she is on a secondary road.



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