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At which type of crossing are cyclists allowed to ride across with pedestrians?

A Toucan.

A toucan crossing is designed to allow pedestrians and cyclists to cross at the same time. Look out for cyclists approaching the crossing at speed.

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What is a Toucan crossing?

Similar to puffin crossings, toucan crossings use sensors to detect whether people are waiting to cross or have already crossed the street. The main distinction is that a toucan crossing indicates "two can" cross, meaning that both cyclists and pedestrians are permitted to utilize it to cross from one side of the road to the other.

Toucan crossing rules

Similar to how they would behave at pelican and puffin crossings, drivers should follow the same procedure at toucan crossings. In order to accommodate cyclists, toucan crossings typically have more space for cyclists. Along with the pedestrian signal, they also have a green signal for cyclists, however, the two are synchronised with each other.



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