Cyclists may turn right from the right lane of two-lane roundabouts.
Cyclists may turn right from the right lane of two-lane roundabouts.

How to use two-lane roundabouts

Roundabouts (s111, s119)

At roundabouts:

drivers who want to turn right at two-lane roundabouts are required to enter the roundabout and complete the turn, from the right hand lane

cyclists are exempt from this requirement and may enter the roundabout and complete a right hand turn from either the left lane or the right lane

cyclists, if they choose to make a right turn from the left lane, are effectively changing lanes each time they ride past an exit — as such, they must give way to any vehicle that is crossing their path to leave the roundabout.



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