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Post by tlevier
https://www.waze.com/editor/?lon=-104.8 ... 9583825433#

Need to allow EB left turn from Belleview onto Niagra. (Auto detected, verified)
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Post by bgodette
txemt wrote:Fixed
Broke. Illegal to make a left across double yellows. That is not a suicide lane.
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Post by bgodette
txemt wrote:Huh?
There's two solid yellow lines defining a median reservation. It's to be treated as if there were a physical barrier. Therefor it's illegal to make that left turn from EB Belleview because the median extends past Niagra.
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Post by dbraughlr
bgodette wrote:two solid yellow lines defining a median reservation. It's to be treated as if there were a physical barrier.
I do not see what you are saying. It appears in the photograph that there is a lane provided for making a left turn.

In most states (e.g., TX), two sets of double yellow lines form a barrier to turns. I do not see the yellow lines that would block the turn onto Niagra.
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Post by dbraughlr
Apparently a lot of people have this question about crossing a solid yellow line.

FAQ: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Can_you_cross ... a_driveway.
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Post by bgodette
txemt wrote:Two solid yellow lines means no passing, it has nothing to do with turning.
Two sets of double.
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Post by bgodette
txemt wrote:I need a visual.
This: http://www.chpforums.com/forum/showpost ... ostcount=2
That's CA, but same rules in CO.

What was there used to be a double-double, it's now got a dedicated turn lane very recently. Until last Monday when Waze swapped out Bing for Google aerials. Before that Bing aerials, GSV, and Bing Street Side all agreed there was double-double in place.
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Post by bgodette
txemt wrote:I have NEVER seen that type of lane markings. I thought you were talking about something else.
https://www.google.com/maps?ll=39.59505 ... 32,,0,0.06
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Post by bgodette
txemt wrote:I have never seen it designed that way. I've always seen the solid yellow line with the broken yellow lines on the inside. That is totally new to me.
Because that isn't a left turn only lane, aka suicide lane. Left turns across that are not legal and it's to be treated as a physical barrier.
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