A toucan crossing is a type of pedestrian crossing found in the UK that also allows bicycles to cross. Since two (both pedestrians and cyclists) can cross together, the name toucan was chosen.

Toucan crossings are normally 4 metres (13 feet) wide, instead of the 2.8 metre (9 feet) width of a Pelican or Puffin. A "green bicyle" is displayed next to the "green man" when cyclists and pedestrians are permitted to cross.

The pedestrian / cyclist signal lights may be on the near side of the crossing (like a Puffin), or on the opposide side of the road (like a Pelican).