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Road Rules 2014
Current version for 28 October 2019 to date (accessed 19 November 2019 at 06:18)
Crossing a road to or from a tram
A pedestrian must not cross a road to get on a tram at a tram stop until the tram has stopped at the tram stop.Maximum penalty—20 penalty units.is defined in the Dictionary.A pedestrian crossing a road after getting off a tram—must cross to the nearest footpath by the shortest safe route or, if there is no footpath, cross the road by the shortest safe route, andmust not stay on the road for longer than necessary to cross the road safely.Maximum penalty—20 penalty units.is defined in the Dictionary.This rule does not apply to a pedestrian—on a safety zone, orcrossing a road to or from a safety zone.is defined in rule 162.Subrule (2) does not apply to—a pedestrian in a shared zone, oran employee of a public transport operator who is in uniform and engaged in carrying out his or her duties.is defined in rule 24.In this rule—does not include a road related area, but includes any shoulder of the road.includes a bus travelling along tram tracks.and are defined in the Dictionary, is defined in rule 13, and is defined in rule 12.For the duties of drivers where there are pedestrians getting on or off trams or buses, or in safety zones, see rules 162 to 164A.