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    Do you agree that these lanes (see picture below) are completely confusing? Imagine you are in a row of cars in the second lane from the left (the leftmost lane is a bus lane) and there's cars in all lanes all around you. Which lane should you try to take after you cross the yellow box?

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    (Original post by Dunno123)
    Do you agree that these lanes (see picture below) are completely confusing? Imagine you are in a row of cars in the second lane from the left (the leftmost lane is a bus lane) and there's cars in all lanes all around you. Which lane should you try to take after you cross the yellow box?

    http://oi65.tinypic.com/bj7tyx.jpg
    The left lane is a bus lane with significantly lower volume of traffic. Lanes 1 and 2 would merge into lane 1 past the junction.
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    Confusing? Try driving in Belgium, it's a real mind****.
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    (Original post by IWMTom)
    The left lane is a bus lane with significantly lower volume of traffic. Lanes 1 and 2 would merge into lane 1 past the junction.
    By lane 1 you mean the bus lane, right?
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    (Original post by Dunno123)
    By lane 1 you mean the bus lane, right?
    Yes. Lanes 1, 2, 3, and 4 from leftmost to rightmost.
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    Okay, I see. The thing is that lane 1 past the junction then ends so you will have to merge again...
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    (Original post by Dunno123)
    Okay, I see. The thing is that lane 1 past the junction then ends so you will have to merge again...
    It's just traffic flow management...
 
 
 
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