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Road Rules 2014
Current version for 1 February 2019 to date (accessed 25 April 2019 at 13:59)
Part 3 Rule 24
24   Speed limit in a shared zone
(1)  The speed limit applying to a driver for any length of road in a shared zone is the number of kilometres per hour indicated by the number on the shared zone sign on a road, or the road, into the zone.
Note.
 A driver driving in a shared zone must give way to any pedestrian in the zone—see rule 83.
(2)  A shared zone is:
(a)  if there is a shared zone sign and an end shared zone sign on a road and there is no intersection on the length of road between the signs—that length of road, or
(b)  if there is a shared zone sign on a road that ends in a dead end and there is no intersection on the length of road beginning at the sign and ending at the dead end—that length of road, or
(c)  a network of roads in an area with:
(i)  a shared zone sign on each road into the area, indicating the same number, and
(ii)  an end shared zone sign on each road out of the area, or
(d)  a road related area that is between a shared zone sign that relates to the area and an end shared zone sign that relates to the area.
Note.
 Intersection is defined in the Dictionary.
(3)  In subrule (2) (c) (i) and (ii):
road does not include a road related area.
Note.
 Road related area is defined in rule 13.
 
Shared zone sign
End shared zone sign