Who can use T3 lane without restriction Victoria?
A T3 transit lane means you must have 3 or more people in the vehicle to use the lane. Buses, taxis, limousines, bicycles, and motorcycles can travel in transit lanes with or without passengers.
What is a rural arterial road?
In California, arterial roads are usually spaced every half mile, and have intersecting collector(s) and streets. Some arterial roads, characterized by a small fraction of intersections and driveways compared to most arterial roads, are also considered to be expressways in some countries and US states.
What are the new road rules in Victoria?
The new minimum passing distance law will be enforced on Victorian roads on April 26, coming into line with other Australian states. The law means motorists must ensure there is at least a one-metre space before overtaking a cyclist on roads with speed limits up to 60km/h and 1.5 metres on roads above 60km/h.
Are C roads sealed in Victoria?
‘C’ roads are generally two lane sealed roads with shoulders. ‘C’ roads provide important links between population centres and between these centres and the primary transport network. An example of a ‘C’ road is the Geelong-Portarlington Road (C123).
What is a T3 lane Victoria?
You can use a transit lane if you are a public bus, public minibus, motor bike, taxi or tram or a vehicle with two people in it T2 or three people in it T3. A transit lane ends at this sign. There is also another type of transit lane sign in Victoria.
What is minor arterial road?
Urban minor arterial streets provide intra-community travel, do not penetrate neighborhoods, and are generally spaced no more than 1 mile apart in fully developed areas. Urban collector streets provide land access and traffic circulation within neighborhoods. Urban local streets provide access to abutting land.
Can you drink as a passenger in a car in Victoria?
Passengers are not prohibited from drinking alcohol in a vehicle. However, it is advised that passengers do not engage in drinking, as drunk passengers could distract a driver.
Is eating while driving illegal in Victoria?
Whilst the law differs from state to state, it is important to point out that there is currently no law in the state of Victoria which specifically prohibits the consumption of food or non-alcoholic beverages whilst operating a motor vehicle.
Who funds VicRoads?
CASH FLOWS. During 2011-12 VicRoads utilised cash funds received from the Victorian Government, collections of revenue and proceeds from asset disposals totalling $2.1 billion to fund operating activities totalling $1.2 billion and capital works activities totalling $0.9 billion.