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Road Rules 2014
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243 Travelling on rollerblades etc on a bicycle path or separated footpath
(1) A person travelling on rollerblades, rollerskates, or a similar wheeled recreational device, must not be on a part of a separated footpath designated for the use of pedestrians unless the person—(a) is crossing the separated footpath by the shortest safe route, and(b) does not stay on the separated footpath for longer than necessary to cross the separated footpath safely.Maximum penalty—20 penalty units.Note.Separated footpath is defined in rule 239.(2) A person travelling on rollerblades, rollerskates, or a similar wheeled recreational device, on a bicycle path, or a part of a separated footpath designated for the use of bicycles, must keep out of the path of any bicycle.Maximum penalty—20 penalty units.Note.Bicycle is defined in the Dictionary, and bicycle path is defined in rule 239.