Lane markers are only used on two or more laned roads. One way streets don't have them.
Yellow or white
Either yellow or white
on a one-way roadway when each lane is marked with a broken white line, you may drive in any lane
Yellow on a two way road with one lane of traffic in each direction. White on one way streets, except for restricted or turn lanes. (U.S.)
1. Rodipot Way E. Wye Street 2. Frogs Lane C. Canal Road 3. Byhyndecot Street N. Friar Street 4. Serlondes Lane A. Ferrers Lane 5. Shyte Lane J. Barrell Lane 6. Pipewell Lane H. Gwynne Street 7. Bye Street K. Commercial Street 8. Grope Lane D. Gaol Street 9. Jewry Lane F. Eastern part of Maylord Street 10. Milk Lane I. St. John Street 11. Moor Street M. Coronation Row 12. Behind-the-Wall Street O. East and West Street 13. Cabbage Lane L. Church Street 14. Frenschemanne Lane G. Bewell Street 15. Narrow Caboches Lane B. Capuchine Lane
A divided four lane street is a highway :)
ON A ONE-WAY ROADWAY EACH LANE IS MARKED WITH A BROKEN WHITE LINE,YOU MAY DRIVE ANY LANE
Normally you would turn into the lane nearest you.
The street the desperate housewives live on is Wisteria Lane, in Fairview, in an imaginary state.
If it is a divided four lane street then the answer is no.