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Road Rules 2014
Current version for 28 October 2019 to date (accessed 23 November 2019 at 13:15)
Stopping on a clearway
A driver must not stop on a length of road to which a clearway sign applies, unless subrule (2) or (3) applies to the driver.Maximum penalty—20 penalty units.In subrule (1)—does not include a road related area.is defined in rule 13.The driver of a public bus or public minibus may stop on the length of road if the driver is dropping off, or picking up, passengers.is defined in the Dictionary.The term is not a term that is used in this jurisdiction. The reference to that term in this subrule is retained in order to preserve uniformity with the Australian Road Rules.The driver of a taxi may stop on the length of road if—the driver is dropping off, or picking up, passengers, andthere is not another law of this jurisdiction prohibiting the driver of a taxi from stopping on a length of road to which a clearway sign applies.is defined in the Dictionary.A clearway sign applies, for the days or times indicated on the sign, to a length of road beginning at the sign and ending at the nearest of the following—a clearway sign on the road that indicates different days or times,an end clearway sign on the road,the end of the road.
Clearway signs End clearway signs There are a number of other permitted versions of the clearway sign—see the diagrams in Schedules 2 and 3.Anything on these signs may be differently arranged—see rule 316(4).