|junction = filter|
|A special type of junction|
|Used on these elements|
|Status: in use|
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A Filter' or "Filter-in-Turn' is a type of junction that assigns priority to junction users based on the order in which they arrive at the junction. It is usually combined with a box junction so users of the junction must not enter the junction unless their exit is clear.
The filter is in common use on the island of Guernsey: http://www.gov.gg/ccm/navigation/travel-transport/visitors---new-residents/
In the U.S., this is called an 'uncontrolled intersection' and is functionally equivalent to an all-way yield.