Are you permitted to stop in order to drop off a passenger at the bus stop on the right?
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At a bus stop, “other vehicles may not be parked or stop other than to pick up or drop off passengers where this can take place without causing obstruction to rail-bound traffic or traffic in scheduled public transport or school transport.” (Road Traffic Ordinance)
The yellow road markings indicate that this is a bus stop and that parking is forbidden, but it says nothing about stopping:
No parking (M22)
“The marking indicates it is prohibited to park a vehicle, and it is placed at the edge of the carriageway. The marking also indicates the extent of a bus stop. The marking has the distance ratio 1:1 between dashes and spaces. No other colour may be used.”
In this instance, it is clear that you will not obstruct any other traffic from passing you when you stop. In other words, the continuous centre line is not a problem.
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