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Which alternative applies at a railway crossing where there are regular traffic lights (red, amber and green) but no gates?
“Overtaking is not allowed just before or on a level crossing, except when
1. the crossing is gated, or
2. the traffic in the crossing is regulated through such traffic signals as are used in regular junctions.”
(Swedish Road Traffic Ordinance)
It is thus enough for the crossing to have either gates or traffic lights for the overtaking prohibition to be made invalid. The question specifies that the crossing has traffic lights, which means that there is no prohibition to overtake. Note however that it has to be the right type of traffic lights, see more below.
|Gates||Signal (red, amber, green)||Allowed to overtake|
|No||Yes||All vehicles (same as in the question)|
|No||No||Two-wheeled vehicles only|
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