Of course governments can re-gazette reserves whenever they want. It would
take legislation in Parliament to create a "Tramway Reserve" with its own
speed rules if such a classification doesn't exist. MPs these days would
rather play games than actually legislate. Plus, of course, their senior
executive service would need to know this too.
Ah, silly me.
On Tue, 4 Dec 2018, 1:02 PM Prescott lenkaprescott@... wrote:
> Typically, tramways that are in a road reserve (which includes the centre
> strip) are legally bound by the speed limit on the adjacent roadways. I've
> read somewhere that the service is capable of or will run up to 70 km/h, so
> maybe the road along some of the route is zoned at 70 km/h?
> Tony P
> On Tuesday, 4 December 2018 11:35:04 UTC+11, Hunslet wrote:
>> Will CBA have traffic signals priority?
>> Having regard to the separate ROW down the middle of the road, what speed
>> limit will apply … 50 km/h or higher?
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