(1) A "level crossing" is—
(a) an area where a road and a railway meet at substantially the same level, whether or not there is a level crossing sign on the road at all or any of the entrances to the area; or
(b) an area where a road and tram tracks meet at substantially the same level and that has a level crossing sign on the road at each entrance to the area.
Tram tracks is defined in the dictionary.
(2) In this rule—
"road" does not include a road related area.
Road related area is defined in rule 13.
(3) For the avoidance of doubt, a reference to a level crossing includes a reference to any area adjacent to the crossing that is denoted by painted cross-hatched road markings.
Level crossing signs