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ROAD SAFETY ROAD RULES 2017 - REG 155

Tram lanes

    (1)     A driver (except the driver of a tram, tram recovery vehicle or public bus) must not drive in a tram lane, unless the driver is permitted to drive in the tram lane under this rule or rule 158.

Penalty:     3 penalty units.

Notes

1     "Public bus", tram and tram recovery vehicle are defined in the dictionary.

2     Rule 158 provides additional exceptions applying to this rule, and also provides a defence to the prosecution of a driver for an offence against this rule.

    (2)     A driver may drive in a tram lane if the driver is driving a truck and it is necessary for the driver to drive in the tram lane to reach a place to drop off, or pick up, passengers or goods.

    (3)     A tram lane is a part of a road with tram tracks that—

        (a)     is between a tram lane sign and an end tram lane 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 a continuous yellow line parallel to the tracks.

Note

Tram tracks is defined in the dictionary.

Tram lane sign

End tram lane sign

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Note for diagrams

There is another permitted version of the tram lane sign and of the end tram lane sign —see the diagrams in Schedule 3.

Example

Tram lane

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Rule 155A amended by S.R. No. 87/2018 rule 9.



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