Some roads in Aotearoa have one-lane bridges on them. At these bridges, vehicles travelling in one direction have to give way to vehicles going in the other direction.
All one-lane bridges are clearly signposted, showing who should give way.
If you have to give way at a one-lane bridge, you should see one or both of these warning signs.
The yellow diamond-shaped warning sign tells you you're coming up to a one-lane bridge and the round sign with a red border tells you to give way to vehicles coming towards you. The second warning sign reminds you that you must give way.
If other road users should give way to you on a one-lane bridge, you'll see the sign shown below as you come up to the bridge.
The big white arrow on the blue rectangle shows that you can go onto the bridge first.
Slow down and check for vehicles that may already be on the bridge, before riding on.
When coming up to a one-lane bridge, take note of the signs: