The nomenclature and meaning of road markings of other colours are the following:

 

A) Yellow zigzag marking. Indicates the place of the road where parking is prohibited to vehicles in general, because it is reserved for a special use that does not permit the long stay of any vehicle. It will generally be used in bus stop areas (no parking) or for the loading and unloading of vehicles.

 

B) Continuous longitudinal yellow marking. A continuous yellow line, on the curb or along the edge of the road, means that stopping and parking are prohibited or subject to some temporary restriction, indicated by signs, along the entire length of the line and on that particular side.

 

C) Discontinuous longitudinal yellow mark. A dashed yellow line, on the curb or along the edge of the road, means that parking is prohibited or subject to some temporary restriction, indicated by signs, on the entire length of the line and on the side on which it is painted.

 

D) Grid of yellow marks. A set of intersecting yellow lines reminds drivers of the prohibition established in article 59.1.

 

E) White and red grid. A grid of white and red markings indicates the place where an emergency braking zone begins and prohibits stopping, parking or using this part of the road for other purposes.

 

F) Blue marks. Markings that restrict the places where the parking is allowed that are blue instead of the normal white colour indicate that, in certain periods of the day, the duration of the authorized parking is limited.