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What applies if you pass a pedestrian crossing after making a turn and both you and the pedestrians have a green light?

At supervised pedestrian crossings the duty to give way is regulated by traffic signals. You are only allowed to pass when the traffic signal is green. If you pass a supervised pedestrian crossing when making a turn and both you and the pedestrians have a green light at the same time it is you who must give way.

You must always be prepared to stop for pedestrians at pedestrian crossings, even when the traffic signal is green and you are driving on a straight road. There may be pedestrians who have correctly entered the crossing, but not been able to cross the road in time. Slow down or stop completely and let them cross safely before continuing.