New South Wales Consolidated Regulations
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ROAD RULES 2014 - REG 13
What is a road related area
"road related area" is any of the following--
(a) an area that divides a road,
(b) a footpath or nature strip adjacent to a road,
(c) an area that is not a
road and that is open to the public and designated for use by cyclists or
(d) an area that is not a road and that is open to or used by the
public for driving, riding or parking vehicles.
"Vehicle" is defined in rule 15.
(2) However, unless the contrary intention
appears, a reference in these Rules (except in this Division) to a
"road related area" includes a reference to--
(a) an area so far as the area
is declared, under another law of this jurisdiction, to be a road related area
for these Rules, or
(b) any shoulder of a road, or
(c) any other area that
is a footpath or nature strip as defined in the Dictionary, but does not
include a reference to an area so far as the area is declared, under another
law of this jurisdiction, not to be a road related area for these Rules.
"Shoulder" is defined in rule 12.
Note 2 : The Minister administering the Act
may, by order under section 18 of that Act, declare that provisions of the
road transport legislation do not apply to a road or do apply to a specified
area of the State that is open to or used by the public. The road transport
legislation includes these Rules.
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