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Road Rules 2014
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329 Traffic control devices applying to a marked lane
(1) A traffic control device (except a road marking) applies to a marked lane if—(a) it is above the marked lane, or(b) it is near the marked lane, and the device, the position of the device, or information on or with the device, indicates that it applies to the marked lane.Example.An emergency stopping lane only sign applies to the marked lane indicated by the arrow on the sign.Note.Marked lane, road marking and with are defined in the Dictionary.(2) A road marking applies to a marked lane if it is on the surface of the lane.(3) However, a traffic control device does not apply to a marked lane if information on or with the device expressly indicates that the device does not apply to the marked lane.(4) In subrule (1)(b)—the device includes another traffic control device.