Cars wait in a line of traffic to turn onto Meridian Street from the Interstate 5 northbound exit ramp in Bellingham in December 2007. Cars turning right onto northbound Meridian Street have a protected lane marked by a solid white line. Cars already on Meridian can’t merge into the right lane until the dashed line, though they often do so illegally.
Cars wait in a line of traffic to turn onto Meridian Street from the Interstate 5 northbound exit ramp in Bellingham in December 2007. Cars turning right onto northbound Meridian Street have a protected lane marked by a solid white line. Cars already on Meridian can’t merge into the right lane until the dashed line, though they often do so illegally. File The Bellingham Herald
Cars wait in a line of traffic to turn onto Meridian Street from the Interstate 5 northbound exit ramp in Bellingham in December 2007. Cars turning right onto northbound Meridian Street have a protected lane marked by a solid white line. Cars already on Meridian can’t merge into the right lane until the dashed line, though they often do so illegally. File The Bellingham Herald

Rules of the Road: Is Meridian’s exit lane a protected lane?

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