The blue lights define the lateral limits of a taxiway. In the day time the lateral limits are usually marked with continuous double lines (if the limit is smaller than the actual surface area)
b side papi taxiway lights
White: Probably because white is the brightest color (no colors are filtered out of white light) and the main runway lights are the most important lights for a pilot to see in bad weather. Blue: Probably because red is typically used as a warning color (and sometimes direction), and green is sometimes used to indicate direction, blue was available to use for taxiways and was not distracting.
Taxiway lights are blue so as to separate them from the red and green threshold markers at the ends of the runways and the white lights on either side of the runways. Of course, the lights are activated under low-light, poor weather, and night conditions but not during clear bright days. Also, as a tidbit, at uncontrolled airports that have lights, they are typically set on a timer and are controlled by the pilot from the air. This is accomplished by tuning the radio to the frequency for the airport and clicking the microphone. One click sets the lights to low intensity, two sets medium intensity, and three sets full intensity. Most pilots recommend three clicks since when you are coming in for a landing, you want to be able to see easily, not play guessing games.
The code of Crayola lights,camara,and color is 2cvwrtjc
You must stop and visually determine the taxiway is clear.
whats the color circuit for the blinkers an break lights?