Bylaw Declaring One-Way Roads on State Highways Pursuant to section 61 (3) of the Transit New Zealand Act 1989, Transit New Zealand hereby makes the following bylaw. B y l a w 1. Title and commencement-This bylaw may be cited as the Transit New Zealand (One-Way Roads) Bylaw 2001/3 and shall come into force 28 days after the date of its publication in the New Zealand Gazette. 2. Interpretation-In this bylaw: (a) "Vehicle" has the same meaning as in the Transport Act 1962. (b) Without limiting or restricting their general meaning, the words "public work" shall include the operations of cleaning roads or streets, whether by sweeping or washing or other mechanical means. 3. Declaration of one-way road-The sections of State highway described in the Schedule to this bylaw are one-way roads and no person shall drive or cause to be driven any vehicle or animal on such sections of road in a direction contrary to the one direction designated in the Schedule to this bylaw, and signs shall be erected on such sections of road accordingly. 4. Defence to driving against direction of traffic-It shall be a defence to any driver of a vehicle charged with an offence of proceeding in the wrong direction along any part of a road described in the Schedule to this bylaw if the driver proves that: (a) the vehicle was engaged in a public work or work involving utility servicing on the road at the time of the act or omission; and (b) the vehicle was being used on the road with due consideration for other traffic using the road; and (c) the act of proceeding contrary to the direction of traffic was reasonably necessary for the purposes of that work; and (d) the driver took all reasonable care to prevent any accident, mishap, collision, or damage, or any injury to or interference with any person, animal, or property arising by reason of such act. Schedule 5. The section of State Highway No. 29 (Tauranga-Piarere) adjacent to its junction with the Matamata-Kaimai road being the left-hand slip lane for westbound vehicles only, a distance of approximately 290 metres. Traffic on this section of State Highway No. 29 shall proceed only in a south-westerly direction. 6. The section of State Highway No. 73 passing under the Sockburn overbridge from a point located 40 metres in a north-easterly direction from the centre-line of the Sockburn overbridge, to a point located 35 metres in a north-westerly direction from the centre-line of the Sockburn overbridge. Traffic on this section of State Highway No. 73 shall proceed only in a north-westerly direction. 7. Traffic on the sections of State Highway No. 1, Dunedin City, as more particularly described below shall proceed in the direction designated below: Description Required Direction of Movement Cumberland Street between Great King Street and Albany Street South-westerly from Great King Street towards Albany Street Cumberland Street between Queens Gardens and Frederick Street North-easterly from Queens Gardens towards Frederick Street Cumberland Street between Queens Gardens and Andersons Bay Road South-westerly from Queens Gardens towards Andersons Bay Road Great King Street between Albany Street and Pine Hill Road North-easterly from Albany Street towards Pine Hill Road Gowland Street between Albany Street and Frederick Street Southerly from Albany Street towards Frederick Street Malcolm Street between Frederick Street and Albany Street Northerly from Frederick Street towards Albany Street Castle Street between Frederick Street and High Street South-westerly from Frederick Street towards High Street High Street between Castle Street and Queens Gardens South-westerly from Castle Street towards Queens Gardens Crawford Street between Andersons Bay Road and Queens Gardens North-easterly from Andersons Bay Road towards Queens Gardens Queens Gardens between High Street and Cumberland Street South-westerly from High Street towards Cumberland Street Queens Gardens between Crawford Street and Cumberland Street North-easterly from Crawford Street towards Cumberland Street. 8. All that section of State Highway No. 4 on the Putiki slip lane commencing from a point 300 metres north-west of its junction with State Highway No. 3 to its junction with State Highway No. 3 in a generally south-easterly direction. Traffic on this section of State Highway No. 4 shall proceed only in a south-easterly direction. This bylaw was made by resolution passed at a meeting of Transit New Zealand held in Wellington on 4 April 2001. Dated at Wellington this 6th day of April 2001. Signed on behalf of Transit New Zealand by: J. H. VAN BARNEVELD, National Highway Manager, Transit New Zealand.