C-24.2 - Highway Safety Code

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295. The person responsible for the maintenance of a public highway may, by means of the proper signs or signals,
(1)  indicate traffic stops;
(2)  prohibit U-turns at such locations as may be determined by him;
(3)  lay out pedestrian crosswalks or bicycle crossings;
(4)  reserve traffic lanes for certain manoeuvres or for the exclusive use of bicycles, certain classes of road vehicles or road vehicles carrying the number of passengers indicated by proper signs;
(4.1)  regulate bicycle traffic in a cycle lane;
(4.2)  prohibit, limit or otherwise regulate bicycle traffic in lanes used by road vehicles or in places used by pedestrians;
(5)  indicate level crossings where the driver of a road vehicle referred to in section 413 is exempt from the requirements of that section;
(6)  prohibit horse riding or restrict it to part of the public highway;
(7)  prohibit, restrict or otherwise regulate the stopping or parking of road vehicles;
(8)  reserve parking spaces for handicapped persons;
(9)  reserve spaces for recharging electric road vehicles and plug-in hybrid road vehicles.
1986, c. 91, s. 295; 1987, c. 94, s. 51; 1990, c. 83, s. 127; 1995, c. 65, s. 100; 2018, c. 72018, c. 7, s. 68.
295. The person responsible for the maintenance of a public highway may, by means of the proper signs or signals,
(1)  indicate traffic stops;
(2)  prohibit U-turns at such locations as may be determined by him;
(3)  lay out pedestrian walkways;
(4)  reserve traffic lanes for certain manoeuvres or for the exclusive use of bicycles, certain classes of road vehicles or road vehicles carrying the number of passengers indicated by proper signs;
(4.1)  regulate bicycle traffic in a cycle lane;
(4.2)  prohibit, limit or otherwise regulate bicycle traffic in lanes used by road vehicles or in places used by pedestrians;
(5)  indicate level crossings where the driver of a road vehicle referred to in section 413 is exempt from the requirements of that section;
(6)  prohibit horse riding or restrict it to part of the public highway;
(7)  prohibit, restrict or otherwise regulate the stopping or parking of road vehicles;
(8)  reserve parking spaces for handicapped persons.
1986, c. 91, s. 295; 1987, c. 94, s. 51; 1990, c. 83, s. 127; 1995, c. 65, s. 100.
295. The person responsible for the maintenance of a public highway may, by means of the proper signs or signals,
(1)  indicate traffic stops;
(2)  prohibit U-turns at such locations as may be determined by him;
(3)  lay out pedestrian walkways;
(4)  reserve lanes for the exclusive use of bicycles or certain classes of road vehicles or for the exclusive performance of certain manoeuvres;
(4.1)  regulate bicycle traffic in a cycle lane;
(4.2)  prohibit, limit or otherwise regulate bicycle traffic in lanes used by road vehicles or in places used by pedestrians;
(5)  indicate level crossings where the driver of a road vehicle referred to in section 413 is exempt from the requirements of that section;
(6)  prohibit horse riding or restrict it to part of the public highway;
(7)  prohibit, restrict or otherwise regulate the stopping or parking of road vehicles;
(8)  reserve parking spaces for handicapped persons.
1986, c. 91, s. 295; 1987, c. 94, s. 51; 1990, c. 83, s. 127.
295. The person responsible for the maintenance of a public highway may, by means of the proper signs or signals,
(1)  indicate traffic stops;
(2)  prohibit U-turns at such locations as may be determined by him;
(3)  lay out pedestrian walkways;
(4)  reserve lanes for the exclusive use of bicycles or certain classes of road vehicles or for the exclusive performance of certain manoeuvres;
(5)  indicate level crossings where the driver of a road vehicle referred to in section 413 is exempt from the requirements of that section;
(6)  prohibit horse riding or restrict it to part of the public highway;
(7)  prohibit, restrict or otherwise regulate the stopping or parking of road vehicles;
(8)  reserve parking spaces for handicapped persons.
1986, c. 91, s. 295; 1987, c. 94, s. 51.
295. The person responsible for the maintenance of a public highway may, by means of the proper signs or signals,
(1)  indicate traffic stops;
(2)  prohibit U-turns at such locations as may be determined by him;
(3)  lay out pedestrian walkways;
(4)  reserve lanes for the exclusive use of bicycles or certain classes of road vehicles or for the exclusive performance of certain manoeuvres;
(5)  indicate level crossings where the driver of a road vehicle referred to in section 413 is exempt from the requirements of that section;
(6)  authorize the riding of a horse on such conditions and at such places as may be determined by regulations;
(7)  prohibit, restrict or otherwise regulate the stopping or parking of road vehicles;
(8)  reserve parking spaces for handicapped persons.
1986, c. 91, s. 295.