This legislation has been repealed.
(1) Where a member of
the Police Force regulating traffic gives a signal to stop,
driver approaching the person giving the signal, from the direction towards
which the palm of that person’s hand is facing, shall stop his vehicle
at a stop line, or the edge of the intersection, or at a reasonable distance
from that person, and shall not drive forward, until given the signal to
pedestrian shall not cross the carriageway —
at an intersection, except in the direction in which
vehicular traffic is then permitted to proceed; or
at a place, other than at an intersection, until given
the signal, or otherwise directed, to proceed.
(2) For the purposes
of this regulation —
signal to stop may be given with either hand, with the upper arm horizontal,
the forearm and fingers pointing upwards, and the open palm of the hand facing
the traffic that is required to stop; and
signal to proceed may be given by extending the arm and fingers horizontally
to the body, and then moving the forearm in the direction, with the palm
facing towards the direction in which the traffic is required to proceed.
the provisions of subregulation (1) of this regulation, a driver
approaching a member of the Police Force from that person’s front or
rear shall, where no signal is given, stop his vehicle and not drive forward,
until given the signal to proceed.
[Regulation 1620 amended in Gazette
2 February 1982 p.399.]
[ 1621. Repealed in Gazette
13 December 1994 p.6755.]
[Heading amended in Gazette 11 May 1979 p.1221.]