If there is a 'Green man' crossing as part of the traffic light system then use the rules and advice for using a 'Green man' crossing. ( See page 16.)

If there are no pedestrian lights, watch both the traffic lights and the traffic and do not cross when the lights allow traffic to go forward, even if you think you have time. You should only cross when there is a red light stopping the traffic on the road you wish to cross.

Use the Road Crossing Code. Look out for traffic which may be turning into the road which you are crossing. Watch the traffic as well as the lights.

If traffic lights are not working, watch the traffic and cross the road with extreme caution.

At some junctions the area of roadway over which you may cross is marked with a box of white criss-cross lines. Do not confuse this marking with the yellow box marking for drivers -- do not cross on an area of roadway marked with yellow criss-cross lines.

a 'Green man'crossing
A 'Green man'crossing is marked by two rows of studs and has pedestrian lights. The crossing may be marked with yellow stripes.
Some traffic lights allow traffic to proceed in some lanes
Some traffic lights allow traffic to proceed in some lanes while traffic in other lanes are stopped.
the traffic has stopped, then it may be safe to cross.
Once you are sure the traffic light for drivers is showing red and that the traffic has stopped, then it may be safe to cross.
Look out for traffic turning into the road in which you are crossing
Look out for traffic turning into the road in which you are crossing. The driver may not see you or give way to you.
use that path and keep between the lines of studs
If there is a path across the road marked by two lines of studs then use that path and keep between the lines of studs.
The white 'Advisory crossing area' road marking
The white 'Advisory crossing area' road marking. You may cross on any path over the marking.
cross in front of the 'Stop' line but keep away from the junction itself
If there are no studs then cross in front of the 'Stop' line but keep away from the junction itself.
Do not cross over the yellow 'Box junction' road marking
The yellow 'Box junction' road marking. Do not cross over the marking.

Crossing roads in the North-west Railway area

Crossing roads in the North-west Railway area Light rail vehicles' can run at very high speed and are quiet. When crossing light rail tracks, use proper crossing places including footbridges, subways and 'Green man' crossings provided at road junctions.

Certain sections of the tracks are laid along lightly trafficked roads where no proper crossing places are provided. Under such circumstance, you should follow the Road Crossing Code and exercise extra care when crossing the tracks.