Light indication of traffic lights

Traffic lights are a group of lights consisting of three unpatterned circular units of red, yellow, and green to guide the passage of motor vehicles. The non-motor vehicle signal light is a group of lights composed of three circular units with bicycle patterns in red, yellow and green to guide the passage of non-motor vehicles.

When the green light is on, vehicles are allowed to pass, but turning vehicles must not obstruct the passage of straight vehicles or pedestrians that have been released. When the yellow light is on, vehicles that have crossed the stop line can continue to pass.

When the red light is on, traffic is prohibited. At intersections where non-motor vehicle signal lights and pedestrian crossing signal lights are not set, non-motor vehicles and pedestrians shall pass according to the instructions of motor vehicle signal lights. When the red light is on, vehicles turning right may pass without obstructing the passing of vehicles and pedestrians.