They are called traffic lights or traffic signals.
*** 2nd Answerer Says: Some parts of the country call them stoplights (as opposed to go-lights or caution-lights) and there is a variation called "blinking lights". "Blinking lights can be blinking red in all four directions to designate a four-way stop or full-stop in two directions & cautionary slow-down (blinking yellow) the other two directions.
Crossing the road without traffic lights may or may not be legal, depending on the local law.A zebra crossing does not count as a traffic light, but is a good place to cross the road.Where traffic lights or zebra crossings are readily available (e.g. within a 100m walking distance) it is advisable to use these designated crossings.On small roads without such designations, it is advised that you cross where vehicles will be able to see you and give way to you safely.In all cases when crossing a road, it is best to check the traffic condition before proceeding.
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Yes, but only at night!Added: If your vehicle lights go out after dark, you cannot drive the vehicle under any circemstance. Park it until daylight or call a towtruck.
A school bus has the authority to stop traffic with its flashing red lights and stop arm extended. You must stop. However, there is an exception to this whether or not oncoming traffic also has to stop... if there is a center median, only the side that the bus is on has to stop. No, the center lane is not a center median. For instance, if there's a center median on a north-south road and the bus stops with red lights flashing on the southbound side, the northbound can keep going because the center median separates the northbound from the southbound, the center median guards the kids from entering northbound traffic, which is why the northbound wouldn't have to stop.
Yes. That is why they are called traffic lights.
They were called Semaphores.
* The disadvantages of traffic lights r * Traffic lights can cause a chaos on the roads.* Also cause a huge traffic
the second traffic light was made in America, the first one was made in Europe and exploded
The new traffic lights are now LED lights and do not ever burn out.
No, because traffic lights are charged, not naturally bright.
No one really controlls the traffic lights. A computer system controls the traffic lights, and no humans are involved with controlling the traffic lights day in and day out. It is all automated these days.
Traffic lights are made of part metal and part glass.
people can be colorblind. When the power goes out so do the traffic lights.
As of 2011, there were more than 25,000 sets of traffic lights in the UK. There was a 30 percent increase in traffic lights from 2000 to 2008.
There is only an estimate of how many traffic lights there are in the U.S. As of the end of 2012 it is estimated that there are over 350,000 traffic lights in the United States.
inventor of the traffic light