If i approach an intersection's red light which is immediately preceeded by a railway crossing (which has its own red light and stop line but no barrier), how do I legally proceed? I realize the intention is to prevent people from parking on the railway line, but not sure of the correct approach. Arbutus & Broadway is a good example.
- assuming there's no vehicle between me and the intersection's stop line, can I blow through the first red light and stop line at the railway?
- if I stop at the first red light and stop line at the railway crossing, can I proceed though that red light to the second red light and stop line at the intersection?
- must I stop before the railway crossing and wait until both red lights turn green. This seems correct, but I don't think I've ever seen anyone do this in my 25 years of driving. thx