New South Wales Repealed Regulations

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Driving past a safety zone

162 Driving past a safety zone

(1) A driver driving past a safety zone:
(a) must not drive on the safety zone, and
(b) must drive to the left of the safety zone at a speed that does not put at risk the safety of any pedestrian crossing the road to or from the safety zone.
Penalty: Offence provision.
(2) A "safety zone" is an area of a road:
(a) at a place with safety zone signs at or near a tram stop, and
(b) indicated by a structure on the road (for example, a dividing strip, pedestrian refuge or traffic island).
Note: "Dividing strip" and "traffic island" are defined in the dictionary.
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