Did You Know – When a transit bus is pulling from the side of the road and has it’s signal on, a driver must yield to the bus!

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Did You Know – When a transit bus is pulling from the side of the road and has it’s signal on, a driver must yield to the bus!

NS MVA Sec 124A (1) In this Section, “transit bus” means a transit bus of a class prescribed by the regulations.

(2) The driver of a vehicle on a highway with a speed limit of sixty kilometres per hour or less shall yield the right of way to allow a transit bus that is stopped, standing or parked at or immediately adjacent to the edge of the roadway to enter the closest lane of traffic flow adjacent to the right-hand edge of the roadway if

(a) the driver of the transit bus has signalled an intention to enter the lane of traffic;

(b) the transit bus is displaying the signage prescribed by the regulations; and

(c) yielding to the transit bus does not constitute an immediate hazard.

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