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Are you obliged to give way to cyclists crossing the road on the pedestrian crossing?
There is a pedestrian crossing in the picture. As a motorist, you are not obliged to give way to cyclists on the pedestrian crossing. It is the cyclist who must give way to the cars:
“A cyclist who crosses a road at a pedestrian crossing must always give way to both pedestrians and vehicles on the road.” (Swedish Transport Agency)
Cyclists and moped drivers on carriageway (A16)
”The sign indicates a section of road where cyclists and moped drivers often cross or drive in on the road.”
The warning sign warns that “cyclists and moped drivers often cross or drive in on the road.” However, it says nothing about the obligation to give way.
There is no other clear information stating that you must stop for cyclists, even though it good to be aware that cyclists may cross the road.
There is also a driving licence book online (2023).
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