New South Wales Consolidated Regulations
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ROAD RULES 2014 - REG 155A
(1) A driver (except the driver of a tram, tram recovery
vehicle or public bus) must not drive in a tramway, unless the driver is
permitted to drive in the tramway under subrule (2).
Maximum penalty: 20
Note 1 :
"Public bus" ,
"tram recovery vehicle" are defined in the Dictionary.
Note 2 : The
exceptions and defence provided in rule 158 do not apply to tramways.
driver may drive in a tramway if:
(a) it is necessary for the driver to drive
in the tramway to avoid an obstruction, and
(b) when driving in the tramway,
the driver does not move into the path of an approaching tram or public bus
travelling in the tramway.
"Obstruction" is defined in the Dictionary.
"tramway" is a part of a road with tram tracks that:
(a) is between a tramway
sign and an end tramway sign, and
(b) is marked along the left side of the
tracks (when facing the direction of travel of a tram on the tracks) by
either: but does include any part of the road
where vehicles are permitted to cross the tramway.
(i) 2 continuous yellow lines parallel to the tracks, or
structure (for example, a dividing strip, pedestrian refuge, traffic island,
row of bollards or separation kerb), whether or not the structure is also
being used to indicate a safety zone,
(4) For the purposes of
subparagraph (3) (b) (i), a line is to be considered to be continuous despite
any break in it that is designed to permit vehicles to cross the tramway.
"Dividing strip" ,
"traffic island" and
"tram tracks" are defined in the Dictionary and
"safety zone" is defined in rule 162.
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