As you approach a zebra crossing...
A zebra crossing with a central island is two separate crossings
PeLiCan crossings are traffic lights which can be controlled by pedestrians
These crossings have a flashing amber traffic light phase. If all pedestrians have finished crossing then you may go, even if the amber light is still flashing. Be sure to scan to the sides of the crossing before you proceed.
Puffin stands for “Pedestrian User Friendly”. These crossings have features which make crossing the road easier for vulnerable road users. For example, there is a sensor on top of the traffic light which will hold the light on red until the pedestrian has finished crossing.
Both Puffin and Toucan crossings have a standard traffic light phasing, as shown in the animation here
Toucan, or “Two-Can” crossings are similar to Puffin crossings. They allow cyclists to cross without having to dismount.
Some rules and advice apply to all types of crossing.
Driving - The essential skills - pg 149