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Road Rules 2014
Current version for 29 November 2019 to date (accessed 29 January 2020 at 19:18)
Part 8 Division 2 Rule 97
97   Road access signs
(1)  A driver must not drive on a length of road to which a road access sign applies if information on or with the sign indicates that the driver or the driver’s vehicle is not permitted beyond the sign.
Maximum penalty—20 penalty units.
Note.
 Driver’s vehicle, length of road and with are defined in the Dictionary.
(2)  A road access sign on a road applies to the length of road beginning at the sign (including any road into which the length of road merges) and ending—
(a)  if the sign is on a freeway—at an end freeway sign or end road access sign on the road, or
(b)  if the sign is not on a freeway—at the nearer of the following—
(i)  if the road ends at a T-intersection or dead end—the end of the road,
(ii)  an end road access sign on the road.
Example.
 A road access sign on an access ramp to a freeway applies to the access ramp and the freeway into which the access ramp merges.
Note 1.
 Freeway is defined in rule 177, and road marking, T-intersection and traffic sign are defined in the Dictionary.
Note 2.
 Rule 229 applies the road access sign to pedestrians.
 
Road access sign
End freeway sign
End road access sign
Note 1 for diagrams.
 There is another permitted version of the end freeway sign—see the diagram in Schedule 3.
Note 2 for diagrams.
 A road access sign may indicate that it applies to different or additional vehicles or persons—see rule 316(4).