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Road Rules 2014
Current version for 28 October 2019 to date (accessed 17 November 2019 at 10:43)
Part 20 Division 2 Rule 336
336   How separated footpath signs and separated footpath road markings apply
(1)  A separated footpath sign, or separated footpath road marking, on a footpath applies in the way set out in this rule.
Note.
 Footpath is defined in the Dictionary, and separated footpath and separated footpath road marking are defined in rule 239.
(2)  The part of the footpath to the left of the centre of the footpath is designated—
(a)  if a pedestrian symbol is on the left side of the sign or the path—for the use of pedestrians, or
(b)  if a bicycle symbol is on the left side of the sign or the path—for the use of bicycles.
Note.
 Bicycle, bicycle symbol and pedestrian symbol are defined in the Dictionary, and pedestrian is defined in rule 18.
(3)  The part of the footpath to the right of the centre of the footpath is designated—
(a)  if a pedestrian symbol is on the right side of the sign or the path—for the use of pedestrians, or
(b)  if a bicycle symbol is on the right side of the sign or the path—for the use of bicycles.