This legislation has been repealed.
(1) A person shall not
drive a vehicle on a footway.
Subregulation (1) does not apply to —
physically disabled person in an unmotorized wheel chair or in an exempt motor
person pushing a perambulator or wheel chair;
person wheeling a bicycle, if the person is completely dismounted from the
person riding a bicycle, if the footway is a dual use path;
person driving a vehicle across the footway by the shortest route to enter or
leave a driveway or lane;
employee of the Australian Postal Corporation who in the course of his or her
employment is riding a bicycle or motorcycle while engaged in the delivery of
postal articles, if —
[ (i) deleted ]
the footway is not more than 100 metres from the next
the employee takes adequate precautions to avoid
colliding with, endangering or obstructing any person or vehicle on the
the employee is riding the bicycle or motorcycle at a
speed not exceeding 10 kilometres per hour; or
member of the Police Force driving a special purpose vehicle in the course of
patrolling an area.
(2) A person shall not
drive a vehicle on a median strip, except at a place designed and constructed
or improved for use by vehicular traffic.
[Regulation 1603 amended in Gazette
2 April 1976 p.1049; 15 January 1981 p.100;
21 July 1989 p.2221; 14 December 1990 p.6177;
7 February 1992 pp.742-3; 5 February 1999 p.407.]