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Do you need to change to lane A?

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See the picture below. It is easy to think that the road has two lanes (1 and 2) and one verge (3), but this is not the case. In this example, 1, 2 and 3 are all lanes, but number 3 will become a bus lane.

If lane 3 was not a bus lane, the lines to which the red arrows are pointing would be solid, continuous lines.

The road markings (at around 8 seconds into the video) that indicate that traffic in lane 3 must change lanes only apply to regular vehicles that join the road via the entry road. In this instance, buses and taxis are not affected by the arrows.

You do not therefore need to change to lane A, because your lane is not becoming a bus lane.

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