What Is a Puffin Crossing?

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A puffin crossing is a type of pedestrian crossing which controls the movement of pedestrians on the side of the road where it is located. Puffin crossings are similar to pelican crossings and are used commonly in the UK.
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Puffin is a type of bird. Most likely there are Puffins residing in that area your driving through.
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Puffin (Pedestrian User-Friendly Intelligent crossings) These differ from pelican crossings as there is no flashing green figure phase. On puffin crossings the red and green figures
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Pedestrian crossing: At a puffin crossing, the lights controlling the pedestrians are on the near side of the road, and there is an on-crossing detector.
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A puffin crossing is a pedestrian user-friendly intelligent crossing in use in the United Kingdom. The lights controlling the pedestrians are on the near side ...
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