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Road Rules 2014
Current version for 1 February 2019 to date (accessed 18 June 2019 at 19:36)
Part 8 Division 2 Rule 98
98   One-way signs
(1)  A driver must not drive on a length of road to which a one-way sign applies except in the direction indicated by the arrow on the sign.
Maximum penalty: 20 penalty units.
 Length of road is defined in the Dictionary.
(2)  A one-way sign on a road applies to the length of road beginning at the sign and ending at the nearer of the following:
(a)  a two-way sign on the road,
(b)  a keep left sign on the road,
(c)  another sign or road marking on the road that indicates that the road is a two-way road,
(d)  if the road ends at a T-intersection—the end of the road.
Note 1.
 Road marking, T-intersection and two-way road are defined in the Dictionary.
Note 2.
 There is a diagram of a keep left sign in rule 99.
(3)  This rule does not apply to the rider of a motor bike that is a postal vehicle, the rider of a bicycle or the rider of an animal if the rider:
(a)  is riding on a bicycle path, footpath, nature strip, separated footpath or shared path adjacent to the length of road, and
(b)  is permitted to ride on the bicycle path, footpath, nature strip, separated footpath or shared path under these Rules or another law of this jurisdiction.
 Bicycle, footpath, motor bike, nature strip and postal vehicle are defined in the Dictionary, bicycle path and separated footpath are defined in rule 239 and shared path is defined in rule 242.
One-way sign
Two-way sign
Note 1 for diagrams.
 There is another permitted version of the two-way sign—see the diagram in Schedule 3.
Note 2 for diagrams.
 A one-way sign may have an arrow pointing in a different direction—see rule 316 (4).