ARTICLE 6A: LIGHT SIGNALING FOR CYCLISTS
1. Cyclists are required to comply with the indications of the traffic lights specific to them, unless the regulation of traffic is done by traffic wardens in a different way, as follows:
a) Green steady light with bicycle symbol: Cyclist proceeds straight ahead or turns to the right or left unless another signal or sign prohibits straight movement or turning. The cyclist is obliged, even if the traffic light still has a green indicator, moving straight ahead, to give priority to a vehicle or bicycle or pedestrian who is still moving from a previous signal, while turning to give priority to cyclists or pedestrians who are moving on the road on which is about to enter.
b) Fixed red light with a bicycle symbol: The cyclist must stop before the special stopping line or, if there is no such line, at a sufficient distance from the signal, so that the signaling is easily visible to him and remain stationary until until the cyclist's green indicator lights up. He is also obliged not to enter the road junction and not to move on the pedestrian or bicycle crossings if the traffic signal is placed in the middle or on the opposite side of the junction.
c) Yellow steady light with bicycle symbol: The cyclist is obliged to stop, as before a red bicycle symbol, unless he is so close to the signal that he cannot do so safely.
d) Single or double yellow light with a flashing bicycle symbol: The cyclist is obliged to slow down, proceed with particular care and give priority to pedestrians, cyclists and vehicles.
e) Green light with a bicycle symbol and one or more arrows below: The cyclist can only proceed in the direction indicated by the arrow or arrows. Up arrow means mandatory movement straight ahead. f) Red light with a bicycle symbol and an arrow below: The cyclist is forbidden to move in the direction indicated by the arrow and is obliged to stop his bicycle, as before a red bicycle symbol.
g) Yellow light with a bicycle symbol and an arrow below which is steady or flashing: The cyclist has the same obligations as before a yellow cyclist symbol.
2. Signals in a shared bicycle and pedestrian crossing:
a) Green light with a walking person symbol and a green bicycle symbol below: Pedestrians and cyclists can cross the roadway.
b) Red light with a standing person symbol and a red bicycle symbol below: Pedestrians and cyclists cannot cross the roadway.
c) Green light with a symbol of a person walking and with a flashing green bicycle symbol below: Pedestrians and cyclists can cross the road with special care.
3. Signals in an exclusive bicycle crossing:
a) Green light with bicycle symbol: Cyclists can cross the roadway.
b) Red light with bicycle symbol: Cyclists cannot cross the roadway.
c) Green bicycle symbol, flashing. Cyclists can cross the road with special care.
4. If the cyclist is caught in the crossing by the red indication of his traffic light (with the symbol of the cyclist at a stop), he is entitled to continue his journey to the opposite side of the road.
5. Traffic lights are placed vertically with the red light always at the top and the green light always at the bottom.