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WI Manual New

WI Manual New

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WI Manual New 2012
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On various roadways, one or more lanes may be reserved for special
vehicles. Reserved lanes are marked by signs stating the lane is reserved
for special use. Tey often have a white diamond posted at the side
of the road and/or painted on the road surface. It is illegal to travel
in one of these lanes unless operating that type of vehicle, or unless
you must turn across the reserved lane in the next half of a block.

“Transit” or “buses” means the lane is for bus use only.

“Bikes” means the lane is reserved for bicycles.

High Occupancy Vehicles (HOV) lanes are reserved for car pools and
vehicles with more than one person in them. Signs say how many people
must be in the vehicle as well as the days and hours to which it applies. For
example, “HOV 4” means there must be at least four people in the vehicle.

BUSES
ONLY

BIKES
ONLY

BUSES AND
4 RIDER

CAR POOLS ONLY

6AM–9AM

MON–FRI

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