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One way Holding Position : located next to the yellow holding position circus marking on taxiways or runway intersections. In this example, the threshold for Runway 15 is to the left and the threshold for Runway 33 is to the right. Aircraft may not move beyond this sign/marking unless instructed by ATC at towered airports, or by ensuring adequate separation of aircraft at non-towered airports.
Movement Area Boundary Markings: These markings can be seen at tower-controlled airports where hanger or apron areas are located adjacent to a taxiway. The solid side of the line indicates the non-movement area, which is not under ATC control, and the dashed side indicates the movement area, which is under ATC control.
Runway Holding Position Markings: A yellow surface-painted markings on a taxiway, typically co-located with a red and white runway holding position sign, indicates that an aircraft or vehicle must stop at the double solid lines until cleared to cross by ATC. This marking may also be seen on a runway, or with a taxiway approach hold sign, in which case ATC will provide appropriate hold short instructions.