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Erection of traffic control devices by persons authorised to conduct non-road activities

    (1)     Subject to subregulation (2), a person to whom a coordinating road authority has issued a permit under section 99B of the Act to conduct a non‑road activity may, on a road or road related area for the purpose of that activity, erect, display, place, remove or alter—

        (a)     a hand-held stop sign; or

        (b)     a temporary works speed-limit sign; or

        (c)     a traffic control device, other than a traffic signal, that uses lights or illuminated words or symbols to direct or warn road users; or

Reg. 13(1)(d) amended by S.R. No. 172/2019 reg. 8(Sch. 4 item 8).

        (d)     with the authorisation of the Head, Transport for Victoria, any other major traffic control device; or

        (e)     a works advisory device; or

        (f)     with the authorisation of the coordinating road authority for that road or road related area, any other minor traffic control device.

    (2)     A person referred to in subregulation (1) must not erect, display, place, remove or alter a traffic control device referred to in subregulation (1)(a) to (f) unless a description of, or reference to, that device is included in the traffic management plan for the works.

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