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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.